Elections 2012
12:29 pm
Thu October 11, 2012

North Country's Daugherty and Rappaport: How They Voted

In Coos District 1 two Republican incumbents – Duffy Daugherty and Larry Rappaport of Colebrook are running against Larry Enman, a Democrat from Errol.

Here is how Daugherty and Rappaport voted on some higher-profile issues during the past year:

DUFFY DAUGHERTY

Voter ID: Voted in favor of requiring voter identification. NHPR story.

Partial-birth abortions. Voted to override Gov. Lynch’s veto of a bill banning partial-birth abortions. Lynch has said he vetoed it because it was not needed since such procedures are already covered under federal law. NHPR story.

Gay marriage: The vote was whether to kill a bill which would have repealed gay marriage in New Hampshire. He was absent. NHPR story.

Reducing legal services for the poor: The bill would change how a program called ‘Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts’ works and reduce funding. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Medical marijuana: Voted against. NHPR story.

Abolishing the State Art Fund: Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Tax credits for donations for not-for-profit schools. The bill would override Gov. Lynch’s veto. Voted to override the veto. NHPR story.

Education funding amendment that would have given voters the chance to change the state constitution and give the Legislature more control over public school funding.  Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Requiring 24-hour wait for an abortion. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Allowing murder charges for causing the death of a fetus more than eight weeks old. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Allowing jurisdictions to ask for a one-year moratorium on refugees settling. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Voicing support for Arizona immigration law. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Allowing “an individual to choose not to provide accommodations, goods, or services” for a gay or conventional marriage if doing so would violate his or her conscience or religious faith. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Barring any organization – such as Planned Parenthood - that performs elective abortions from receiving any state or federal funds even for other services. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Gun control. Carrying a concealed gun without a special permit. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Gun control.  Giving the state the exclusive power to prohibit guns on public property. That means a university or college would no longer have the right to stop students from carrying a gun. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Right-to-work bill barring unions from requiring non-members to pay for representation. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

LARRY RAPPAPORT

Voter ID: Voted in favor of requiring voter identification. NHPR story

Partial-birth abortions. Voted to override Gov. Lynch’s veto of a bill banning partial-birth abortions. Lynch has said he vetoed it because it was not needed since such procedures are already covered under federal law. NHPR story

Gay marriage: The vote was whether to kill a bill which would have repealed gay marriage in New Hampshire. He voted to keep the bill alive.  NHPR story

Reducing legal services for the poor: The bill would change how a program called ‘Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts’ works and reduce funding. Voted in favor. NHPR story

Medical marijuana: Voted against. NHPR story

Abolishing the State Art Fund: Voted against. NHPR story

Tax credits for donations to not-for-profit schools. The bill would override Gov. Lynch’s veto. Voted to override the veto. NHPR story

Education funding amendment that would have given voters the chance to change the state constitution and give the Legislature more control over public school funding. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Requiring 24-hour wait for an abortion. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Allowing murder charges for causing the death of a fetus more than eight weeks old. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Allowing jurisdictions to ask for a one-year moratorium on refugees settling. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Voicing support for Arizona immigration law. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Allowing “an individual to choose not to provide accommodations, goods, or services” for a conventional or gay marriage if doing so would violate his or her conscience or religious faith. Voted in favor. NHPR story.

Barring any organization – such as Planned Parenthood - that performs elective abortions from receiving any state or federal funds even for other services. Voted in favor. NHPR story

Gun control. Carrying a concealed gun without a special permit. Voted against. NHPR story

Gun control. Giving the state the exclusive power to prohibit guns on public property. That means a university or college would no longer have the right to stop students from carrying a gun. Voted in favor. NHPR story

Right-to-work bill barring unions from requiring non-members to pay for representation. Voted in favor. NHPR story