How They Voted: ALEC Loophole edition

Friday afternoon, the General Assembly rejected amendments from Governor McAuliffe that would have closed a loophole in ethics legislation that will allow legislators to accept free travel to ALEC conferences–with zero limits or disclosure.

The State Senate rejected the amendments on a voice vote, which means there’s no record of who voted yes or no. The House of Delegates took a roll call vote, however, so take a look at how your Delegate voted and give him or her a call/shoot ’em an email and let ’em know what you think (Aye means they supported closing the loophole, nay means they opposed, and several members are recorded as “not voting” because they weren’t there and, ya know, didn’t vote.)