Pay Raises for Public Officials Senate #2

Vote Description

This vote was on final passage of H58, a bill that would increase the pay of legislators and other public officials on average of about 40%.

Mass Fiscal Explanation

Mass Fiscal supports a no vote because we believe this bill lacks fiscal responsibility. The legislature's leadership has recently voiced concern about not having enough revenue to balance the budget, however they were quick to vote through pay raises for themselves and their friends totaling an estimated $18 million to taxpayers.

Mass Fiscal's Stance

Vote result on 01/26/2017




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Michael BarrettThird Middlesex 43%
Joe BoncoreFirst Suffolk and Middlesex 43%
Michael Brady2nd Plymouth and Bristol 43%
William N. BrownsbergerSecond Suffolk and Middlesex 43%
Harriette L. ChandlerFirst Worcester 43%
Sonia Chang-DiazSecond Suffolk 43%
Cynthia Stone CreemFirst Middlesex and Norfolk 43%
Julian CyrCape and Islands 43%
Viriato Manuel deMacedoPlymouth and Barnstable 100%
Sal N. DiDomenicoMiddlesex and Suffolk 43%
Kenneth J. DonnellyFourth Middlesex 43%
Eileen DonoghueFirst Middlesex 43%
James B. EldridgeMiddlesex and Worcester 57%
Ryan C. FattmanWorcester and Norfolk 100%
Jennifer L. FlanaganWorcester and Middlesex 33%
Linda Dorcena ForryFirst Suffolk 43%
Anne M. GobiWorcester, Hampden, Hampshire, and Middlesex 71%
Adam G. HindsBerkshire, Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden 43%
Donald F. HumasonSecond Hampden and Hampshire 100%
Kathleen O'Connor IvesFirst Essex 43%
Patricia D. JehlenSecond Middlesex 43%
John F. KeenanNorfolk and Plymouth 43%
Barbara L'ItalienSecond Essex and Middlesex 43%
Eric P. LesserFirst Hampden and Hampshire 43%
Jason M. LewisFifth Middlesex 43%
Joan B. LovelySecond Essex 43%
Thomas M. McGeeThird Essex 43%
Mark C. MontignySecond Bristol and Plymouth 43%
Michael O. MooreSecond Worcester 71%
Patrick O'ConnorPlymouth and Norfolk 100%
Marc R. PachecoFirst Plymouth and Bristol 43%
Michael J. RodriguesFirst Bristol and Plymouth 43%
Stanley C. RosenbergHampshire, Franklin and Worcester 0%
Richard J. RossNorfolk, Bristol and Middlesex 100%
Michael F. RushNorfolk and Suffolk 43%
Karen SpilkaSecond Middlesex and Norfolk 43%
Bruce E. TarrFirst Essex and Middlesex 100%
Walter F. TimiltyNorfolk, Bristol and Plymouth 71%
James E. TimiltyBristol and Norfolk 43%
James T. WelchHampden 43%