North Carolina lawmakers are moving forward with efforts to repeal educational standards known as Common Core, with the state Senate voting yesterday to approve its version of the measure. Here is how the state’s House and Senate voted on bills seeking the repeal. The versions must be reconciled before going to Gov. Pat McCrory for final approval.
Details from the N.C. General Assembly:
NC House vote
Bill here. Approved, 78-39:
Brisson; Queen; Waddell
Arp; Avila; Bell, J.; Blackwell; Blust; Boles; Brawley, R.; Brawley, W.; Brody; Brown, B.; Brown, R.; Bryan; Bumgardner; Burr; Catlin; Cleveland; Collins; Conrad; Daughtry; Davis; Dixon; Dobson; Dollar; Elmore; Faircloth; Ford; Fulghum; Hager; Hardister; Hastings; Hollo; Holloway; Horn; Hurley; Iler; Jeter; Johnson; Jones; Jordan; Lambeth; Langdon; Lewis; Malone; Martin, S; McElraft; McGrady; McNeill; Millis; Moffitt; Moore, T.; Murry; Pittman; Presnell; Ramsey; Riddell; Ross, S.; Saine; Samuelson; Schaffer; Setzer; Shepard; Speciale; Stam; Starnes; Steinburg; Stevens; Stone; Szoka; Torbett; Turner; Warren, H.; Wells; West; Whitmire; Younts
Adams; Alexander; Baskerville; Bell, L.; Brandon; Carney; Cotham; Cunningham; Earle; Farmer-Butterfield; Fisher; Floyd; Gill; Glazier; Goodman; Graham, C.; Graham, G.; Hall, D.; Hall, L.; Hamilton; Hanes; Harrison; Holley; Insko; Jackson; Lucas; Luebke; Meyer; Michaux; Mobley; Moore, R.; Pierce; Reives; Richardson; Terry; Tine; Tolson; Wilkins; Wray
NC Senate vote
Bill here. Sen. Dan Soucek (R-Watauga) was a primary sponsor.
Allran; Barefoot; Barringer; Berger; Bingham; Brock; Brown; Cook; Curtis; Daniel; Davis, J.; Goolsby; Gunn; Harrington; Hartsell; Hise; Hunt; Jackson; Krawiec; Newton; Pate; Rabin; Rabon; Randleman; Rucho; Sanderson; Soucek; Tarte; Tillman; Tucker; Wade
Blue; Bryant; Clark; Davis, D.; Ford; Foushee; Graham; J. Jackson; McKissick; Parmon; Robinson; Stein; Van Duyn; Walters; Woodard