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After the jump are the roll call votes of the New Jersey Legislature to reduce the sentence of Jesse Timmendequas for the murder of Megan Kanka and to sacrifice of lives of future victims like Megan who might have been saved by an effective, actually enforced death penalty in New Jersey. The cowards who run the New Jersey Legislature withheld the vote to the lame-duck session in the hope that the people of the state, who continue to favor the death penalty, will forget by the next election.

Sen. 12/10/2007 - 3RDG FINAL PASSAGE - Yes {21} No {16} Not Voting {3} - Roll Call

Adler, John H. - Yes Allen, Diane B. - Yes Asselta, Nicholas - No
Bark, Martha W. - No Bryant, Wayne R. - Yes Bucco, Anthony R. - No
Buono, Barbara - Yes Cardinale, Gerald - No Ciesla, Andrew R. - No
Codey, Richard J. - Yes Coniglio, Joseph - Yes Connors, Leonard T., Jr. - No
Cunningham, Sandra B. - Yes Gill, Nia H. - Yes Girgenti, John A. - Yes
Inverso, Peter A. - No James, Sharpe - Not voting Karcher, Ellen - Yes
Kavanaugh, Walter J. - Not voting Kean, Thomas H., Jr. - No Kenny, Bernard F., Jr. - Yes
Kyrillos, Joseph M., Jr. - No Lance, Leonard - No Lesniak, Raymond J. - Yes
Littell, Robert E. - No Madden, Fred H., Jr. - No Martin, Robert J. - Yes
McCullough, James J. - Yes McNamara, Henry P. - No Palaia, Joseph A. - Yes
Rice, Ronald L. - Not voting Sacco, Nicholas J. - No Sarlo, Paul A. - Yes
Scutari, Nicholas P. - No Singer, Robert W. - No Smith, Bob - Yes
Sweeney, Stephen M. - Yes Turner, Shirley K. - Yes Vitale, Joseph F. - Yes
Weinberg, Loretta - Yes

Asm. 12/13/2007 - 3RDG FINAL PASSAGE - Yes {44} No {36} Not Voting {0} Abstains {0} - Roll Call

Albano, Nelson T. - Yes Barnes, Peter J., III - Yes Baroni, Bill - No
Bateman, Christopher - Yes Beck, Jennifer - No Biondi, Peter J. - No
Blee, Francis J. - Yes Bodine, Francis L. - No Bramnick, Jon M. - No
Burzichelli, John J. - No Caraballo, Wilfredo - Yes Carroll, Michael Patrick - No
Chatzidakis, Larry - No Chivukula, Upendra J. - Yes Cohen, Neil M. - Yes
Conaway, Herb, M.D. - No Conners, Jack - Yes Connors, Christopher J. - No
Corodemus, Steve - No Cruz-Perez, Nilsa - Yes Cryan, Joseph - Yes
Dancer, Ronald S. - No DeCroce, Alex - No Diegnan, Patrick J., Jr. - No
Doherty, Michael J. - No Egan, Joseph V. - Yes Epps, Charles T., Jr. - Yes
Evans, Elease - Yes Fisher, Douglas H. - Yes Giblin, Thomas P. - Yes
Gordon, Robert M. - Yes Green, Jerry - Yes Greenstein, Linda R. - No
Greenwald, Louis D. - Yes Gregg, Guy R. - No Gusciora, Reed - Yes
Handlin, Amy H. - No Holzapfel, James W. - No Jasey, Mila M. - Yes
Johnson, Gordon M. - Yes Karrow, Marcia A. - No Kean, Sean T. - No
Lampitt, Pamela R. - Yes Malone, Joseph R., III - No Manzo, Louis M. - Yes
Mayer, David R. - No McHose, Alison Littell - No McKeon, John F. - Yes
Merkt, Richard A. - No Moriarty, Paul D. - No Munoz, Eric - No
O'Toole, Kevin J. - No Oliver, Sheila Y. - Yes Panter, Michael J. - No
Payne, William D. - Yes Pennacchio, Joseph - No Pou, Nellie - Yes
Prieto, Vincent - Yes Quigley, Joan M. - Yes Roberts, Joseph J., Jr. - Yes
Rooney, John E. - No Rumpf, Brian E. - Yes Russo, David C. - No
Scalera, Frederick - Yes Schaer, Gary S. - Yes Stack, Brian P. - Yes
Stanley, Craig A. - Yes Stender, Linda - Yes Thompson, Samuel D. - No
Truitt, Oadline D. - Yes Vainieri Huttle, Valerie - Yes Van Drew, Jeff - No
Vandervalk, Charlotte - No Vas, Joseph - Yes Vega, Silverio A. - Yes
Voss, Joan M. - Yes Watson Coleman, Bonnie - Yes Whelan, Jim - Yes
Wisniewski, John S. - Yes Wolfe, David W. - No

1 Comment

I could see a vote against the death penalty in NJ. As things stood, the death penalty was a cruel hoax played on people like the Kankas. However, just because I could see it, doesn't mean I agree. The real cowardice of the New Jersey legislators is that they let the courts do their dirty work for them. Instead of standing up to the courts, the legislature simply rolled, making this vote all the easier politically.

This is emblematic of the Democratic party.

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