Below is a summary of the votes cast by our Bedford State Representatives through March 20, 2019

Mullen, Sue (Democrat, Bedford), attendance 100%
FOR eliminating wood stoves built prior to 1986. HB290
FOR banning plastic straws. HB558
FOR banning plastic or paper bags. HB560
FOR making it easier for illegal aliens to get a driver’s license. HB397
AGAINST ensuring that drivers’ licenses cannot be used by non-citizens to vote. HB471
FOR creating an income tax with rates set by an unelected bureaucrat. HB712
AGAINST prohibiting an income tax. CACR12
FOR creating an income tax with rates set by an unelected bureaucrat. SB1
AGAINST reducing the statewide property tax. HB497-0113h
AGAINST reducing the interest & dividends tax. HB185
FOR creating a new tax on capital gains. HB686
FOR creating an additional room tax. HB641
FOR raising business taxes. HB623
FOR creating a tax on vaping, making it harder to quit smoking. HB680
FOR doubling and tripling various fees. HB682
AGAINST reducing electric rates. HB157
FOR letting bureaucrats increase electric rates. HB166
AGAINST reducing electric rates. HB477
FOR killing entry-level jobs for unskilled workers. HB186
FOR protecting criminals by disarming law-abiding citizens. HB564
FOR protecting criminals by disarming law-abiding citizens. HB109
AGAINST clarifying that self-defense includes defending one’s family. HB208
FOR protecting criminals by disarming law-abiding citizens. HB514
FOR recreating ObamaCare’s unaffordable and inferior care. HB233
FOR making it easier for out-of-staters to vote in NH. HB105
FOR making it easier for out-of-staters to vote in NH. HB106
FOR making voter fraud easier. HB611
AGAINST merely collecting statistics about abortions. HB158
AGAINST repealing a never-used and unconstitutional infringement on free speech. HB124
AGAINST prohibiting “sanctuary” cities. HB232
FOR micromanaging businesses’ hiring practices. HB211
FOR micromanaging businesses’ hiring practices. HB253
FOR micromanaging businesses’ hiring practices. HB272

Camarota, Linda (Republican, Bedford), attendance 95%
no bad votes

Danielson, David (Republican, Bedford), attendance 98%
FOR banning plastic straws. HB558
FOR creating a tax on vaping, making it harder to quit smoking. HB680
FOR letting bureaucrats increase electric rates. HB166
AGAINST reducing electric rates. HB477
AGAINST merely collecting statistics about abortions. HB158
AGAINST holding public officials individually accountable if they knowingly violate a court order. HB210

Gould, Linda (Republican, Bedford), attendance 98%
no bad votes

Graham, John (Republican, Bedford), attendance 85%
AGAINST merely collecting statistics about abortions. HB158
AGAINST repealing a never-used and unconstitutional infringement on free speech. HB124

Sanborn, Laurie (Republican, Bedford), attendance 23%
no bad votes (Rep Sanborn’s attendance has been unusually low due to illness)

Trento, Michael (Republican, Bedford), attendance 59%
no bad votes