On March 20, 2007 the Alabama Legislature Voted Themselves a 62 Per Cent Pay Raise : 

I know I sure could use a part time job making over 50K a year. How about you? Actually, I think these state workers that bust their butts every day deserve a 62% pay raise before legislators or even myself......and believe me, I don't make that much. Hopefully everyone will keep this in mind the next time that we vote. Actually, this is only one position but hopefully it will weigh heavy on your minds. There are so many more important things in the State of Alabama that our money could be spent for.

Those in red voted for a pay raise and those in blue voted against.
Feel free to pass along to others in the state.

Republicans voting for the pay increase:

J. Barton (Mobile)

S. Collier (Bayou La Batre)

J. Faust (Fairhope)

B. Galliher (Rainbow City)

M. Gipson (Prattville)

M. Hill (Columbiana)

J. McClendon (Springville)

Democrats voting for the pay increase:

G. Bandy (Opelika)

B. Beasley (Clayton)

M. Black (Tuscumbia)
A. Boothe (Troy)

B. Boyd (Anniston)

J. Buskey (Mobile)

M. Coleman (Midfield)

B. Dukes (Decatur)

P. Dunn (Bessemer)

C. England (Tuscaloosa)

L. Fite (Jacksonville)

C. Ford (Gadsden)

J. Gordon (Saraland)

B.C. Graham (Alexander City)

R. Grantland (Hartselle)

K. Guin (Carbon Hill)

L. Hall (Huntsville)

S. Hammett (Andalusia)

E. Hillard (Birmingham)

R. Hinshaw (Meridianville)

R. Howard (Greensboro)

S. Hurst (Munford)

T. Jackson (Thomasville)

M. Keahey (Grove Hill)

Y. Kennedy (Mobile)

J. Knight (Montgomery)

R. Laird (Roanoke)

R. Lindsey (Centre)

J. Martin (Clanton)

A.J. McCampbell (Linden)

T. McClammy (Montgomery)

M. Millican (Hamilton)

J. Mitchell (Mobile)

M. Moore (Birmingham)

J.M. Morrow (Red Bay)

D. Newton (Birmingham)

J. Page (Gadsden)

J. Robinson (Scottsboro)

O. Robinson (Birmingham)

J. Rogers (Birmingham)

Y. Salaam (Selma)

S. Schmitz (Toney)

R. Scott (Fairfield)

T. Sherer (Jasper)

T. Spicer (Elba)

B. Taylor (New Hope)

J. Thomas (Selma)

L. Vance (Phenix City)

P. Warren (Tuskegee)

H. White (Athens)

Democrat Alvin Holmes (Montgomery) Attempted to vote but said that his machine got jammed in the process. He said that he also voted "yes."

Republicans that voted against the pay raise:

G. Allen (Cottondale)

A. Baker (Brewton)

M. Ball (Madison)

W. Beck (Geneva)

R. Bentley (Tuscaloosa)

D. Bridges (Valley)

G. Canfield (Vestavia Hills)

S. Clouse (Ozark)

R. Davis (Daphne)

P. DeMarco (Homewood)

O. Drake (Leeds)

C. Fincher (Semmes)

V. Gaston (Mobile)

T. Greeson (Ider)

D. Grimes (Montgomery)

M. Hammon (Decatur)

M. Hubbard (Auburn)

J. Ison (Mobile)

R. Johnson (Sylacauga)

B. Lewis (Dothan)

J. Love (Montgomery)

B. Mask (Wetumpka)

M.S. McClurkin (Pelham)

M. McCutcheon (Capshaw)

S. McMillan (Gulf Shores)

J. Oden (Vinemont)

H. Sanderford (Huntsville)

H. Shiver (Bay Minette)

E. Thomas (Oneonta)

A. Treadway (Morris)

C. Ward (Alabaster)

J. Williams (Vestavia Hills)

R. Wood (Anniston)

G. Wren (Montgomery)

Republican P. Moore (Pleasant Grove) Attempted to vote but said that his machine got jammed in the process. He said that he also voted "no."

Democrats voting against the pay raise:

L. Baker (Abbeville)

A. Harper (Aliceville)

J. Letson (Hillsboro)

N. Morrison (Cullman)

C. Newton (Greenville)

W. Thigpen (Fayette)

P. Todd (Birmingham)

Republican A. Payne (Trussville) and Democrat F. McDaniel (Albertville) did not vote.

No Republicans abstained but Democrats M. Curtis (Florence), T. Irons (Florence), and J. McLaughlin (Guntersville) did abstain.

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