The Maryland Senate voted 25 to 21 yesterday to legalize slot machines at horse tracks. Here's how the vote went:

Democrats for: 15

James Brochin (Baltimore County), Ulysses Currie (Prince George's), James E. DeGrange Sr. (Anne Arundel), Robert J. Garagiola (Montgomery), John A. Giannetti Jr. (Prince George's), Lisa A. Gladden (Baltimore), P.J. Hogan (Montgomery), Paula C. Hollinger (Baltimore County), Edward J. Kasemeyer (Baltimore County), Katherine A. Klausmeier (Baltimore County), Gloria G. Lawlah (Prince George's), Nathaniel J. McFadden (Baltimore), Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (Prince George's), Norman R. Stone Jr. (Baltimore County), Leonard H. Teitelbaum (Montgomery).

Democrats against: 18

John C. Astle (Anne Arundel), Gwendolyn T. Britt (Prince George's), Joan Carter Conway (Baltimore), George W. Della Jr. (Baltimore), Roy P. Dyson (St. Mary's), Nathaniel Exum (Prince George's), Jennie M. Forehand (Montgomery), Brian E. Frosh (Montgomery), Leo E. Green (Prince George's), Sharon M. Grosfeld (Montgomery), Ralph M. Hughes (Baltimore), Philip C. Jimeno (Anne Arundel), Verna L. Jones (Baltimore), Delores G. Kelley (Baltimore), Rona E. Kramer (Montgomery), Thomas M. Middleton (Charles), Paul G. Pinsky (Prince George's), Ida G. Ruben (Montgomery).

Republicans for: 10

David R. Brinkley (Frederick), Richard F. Colburn (Dorchester), Janet Greenip (Anne Arundel), John J. Hafer (Allegany), Andrew P. Harris (Baltimore County), Nancy Jacobs (Harford), Robert H. Kittleman (Howard), Donald F. Munson (Washington), Edward J. Pipkin (Queen Anne's), Sandra B. Schrader (Howard).

Republicans against: 3

Larry E. Haines (Carroll), Alexander X. Mooney (Frederick), J. Lowell Stoltzfus (Somerset).

Not voting: 1

J. Robert Hooper (R-Harford).

Sen. Ida G. Ruben (D-Montgomery) stuck to her opposition to slots.