Here’s How Kansas Legislators Voted

While the veto override fell short, our efforts to expand KanCare will not stop. It’s thanks to you and our legislative supporters that we’ve moved so far forward. This is a complete list of the votes from the effort to expand KanCare on HB2044. Use this tool to look up your legislator and see how they voted below.

Then, take a moment to thank the Yea voters for hearing our voices and standing up with the 82% of hardworking Kansans who support expansion. And if you’re up for it, give those who voted Nay a piece of your mind. 



Yea (81)

Alcala, Alford, Baker, Ballard, Becker, Bishop, Brim, Burroughs, Campbell, Carlin, Carmichael, Clark, Clayton, Concannon, Cox, Crum, Curtis, Deere, Dierks, Dietrich, Elliott, Eplee, Finney, Frownfelter, Gallagher, Gartner, Good, Helgerson, Henderson, Hibbard, Highberger, Hineman, Hodge, Holscher, Jennings, Johnson, Judd-Jenkins, Karleskint, Kelly, Kessinger, Koesten, Kuether, Lewis, Lusk, Lusker, Markley, Mastroni, Miller, Murnan, Neighbor, Ohaebosim, Orr, Ousley, Parker, Patton, Phelps, Phillips, Pittman, Proehl, Ralph, Rooker, Ruiz, Sawyer, Schreiber, Schroeder, Sloan, A. Smith, Stogsdill, Swanson, Terrell, Thompson, Trimmer, Victors, Ward, Waymaster, Weigel, Wheeler, Whipple, Wilson, Winn, Wolfe Moore.


Nay (44)

Arnberger, Aurand, Awerkamp, Barker, Blex, Carpenter, Claeys, Corbet, Davis, DeGraaf, Delperdang, Dove, Ellis, Esau, Finch, Francis, Garber, Hawkins, Highland, Hoffman, Houser, Huebert, Humphries, Jacobs, Jones, Lakin, Landwehr, Mason, Osterman, Powell, Rafie, Rahjes, Resman, Ryckman, Schwab, Seiwert, E. Smith, Sutton, Tarwater, Thimesch, Vickrey, Weber, Whitmer, Williams.