Did your state senator vote for or against the pro-life bill? Here’s the full list

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On Tuesday, the Alabama State Senate approved the strongest pro-life law in the nation, by a 25-6 vote, with one abstention.

Here’s the full list of who voted for and against H.B. 314, otherwise known as the pro-life, anti-abortion bill: 

Voted in favor of the pro-life bill:

  1. Atmore-Republican, State Sen. Greg Albritton
  2. Tuscaloosa-Republican, State Sen. Gerald Allen
  3. Montgomery-Republican, State Sen. Will Barfoot
  4. Madison–Republican, State Sen. Tom Butler
  5. Pratville-Republican, State Sen. Clyde Chambliss
  6. Geneva–Republican, State Sen. Donnie Chesteen
  7. Fairhope–Republican, State Sen. Chris Elliott
  8. Huntsville–Republican, State Sen. Sam Givhan
  9. Cullman-Republican, State Sen. Garlan Gudger
  10. Centre-Republican, State Sen. Andrew Jones
  11. Trussville-Republican, State Sen. Steve Livingston
  12. Anniston-Republican, State Sen. Del Marsh
  13. Springville-Republican, State Sen. Jim McClendon
  14. Florence-Republican, State Sen. Tim Melson
  15. Decatur-Republican, State Sen. Arthur Orr
  16. Opelika-Republican, State Sen. Randy Price
  17. Jasper-Republican, State Sen. Greg Reed
  18. Birmingham-Republican, State Sen. Dan Robert
  19. Guntersville-Republican, State Sen. Clay Scofield
  20. Mobile-Republican, State Sen. David Sessions
  21. Trussville-Republican, State Sen. Shay Shelnutt
  22. Sheffield-Republican, State Sen. Larry Stutts
  23. Vestavia Hills-Republican, State Sen. Jabo Waggoner
  24. Alabaster-Republican, State Sen. Cam Ward
  25. Wilmer-Republican, State Sen. Jack Williams
 

Voted against the pro-life bill:

  1. Clayton-Democrat, State Sen. Billy Beasley
  2. Montgomery-Democrat, State Sen. David Burkette 
  3. Birmingham-Democrat, State Sen. Linda Coleman-Madison 
  4. Mobile-Democrat, State Sen. Vivian Figures
  5. Greensboro-Democrat, State Sen. Bobby Singleton
  6. Birmingham-Democrat, State Sen. Rodger Smitherman

Abstained

  1. Selma-Democrat, State Sen. Malika Sanders-Fortier