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Delaware Chapter Sierra Club 144th General Assembly Environmental Voter's Scorecard

A B C D E F G H I

A=Absent NV=Not Voting


PS=Primary Sponsor
CS= Co-Sponsor
AS=Additional Sponsor
HCR 38 (died in Senate HS1 for HB146 HB159 w/HAs 1,3,5
1 Bill # Executive Committee) SS1 SB18 HB31 (defeated by House) (defeated by Senate) SB228 SB263
HCR 38 urged that the Creates a Sustainable Allows counties to Statewide recycling Statewide recycling Amends Sustainable Regional Greenhouse Gas
Controller General, Energy Utility establish impact fees Energy Utility Bill
representing the HB 146 would have HB 159 would have
General Assembly, vote SS 1 for SB 18 created SB 31 removes the mandated a statewide established a framework SB 228 amends several SB 263 grants legal authority
We urge you to look at to approve the Power the Delaware prohibition against recycling program, for statewide residential provisions of the for Delaware to participate in
this list of the most Purchase Agreement Sustainable Energy county governments funded by a $3 per ton curbside recycling, Sustainable Energy the Regional Greenhouse Gas
important environmental between Bluewater Utility (SEU) promote establishing impact fees assessment on all solid including an opportunity for Utility (“SEU”) law. It Initiative (RGGI) CO2 cap and
Wind and Delmarva the sustainable use of in certain areas of the waste (excluding local communities, provides that the SEU trade program and requires
legislation, see how your
Power. energy including small county. Kent County recyclables) collected municipalities, counties will be a nonprofit entity, that all proceeds from the sale
legislators voted, and ask
scale generation and government has passed and/or disposed of in and private sector entities allows the SEU of RGGI CO2 allowances be
them for more details conservation. an ordinance to create Delaware. It would have to participate. The source Contract Administrator used for public benefit
about their positions. an impact fee to support established recycling of funding would have to be a for-profit entity. purposes and directs revenues
Visit the emergency medical goals for both been a $3 per ton Most importantly, it to the Delaware Sustainable
http://legis.delaware.gov/ services for all areas of residential and assessment on all solid creates a new Board of Energy Utility (SEU), to
website for the full text of the county but awaits commercial solid waste. waste. It would have Directors, serving at the programs designed to help low
the bills and the various repeal of this prohibition House: 15 YES / 21 established recycling goals pleasure of the income ratepayers, to a
amendments offered. before the fee can be NO / 4 NOT VOTING / 1 for both residential and Governor, to replace the Greenhouse Gas Reduction
enacted. ABSENT commercial solid waste. existing SEU Oversight Program and to DNREC for
Most importantly – please Board. administration of the program.
get out and vote on
November 4th!
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3 Senator District
4 Harris B. McDowell 1 Yes PS Yes Yes CS Yes PS Yes PS
5 Margaret Rose Henry 2 Yes Yes CS Yes CS Yes Yes
6 Robert I. Marshall 3 Yes Yes No Yes No
7 Charles L. Copeland 4 Yes CS No CS Yes CS Yes AS Yes CS
8 Catherine L. Cloutier 5 AS Yes AS Yes CS NV No Yes
9 Liane M. Sorenson 6 AS Yes AS Yes CS Yes CS No Yes
10 Patricia M. Blevins 7 Yes CS Yes CS NV Yes CS Yes
11 David P. Sokola 8 AS Yes AS Yes Yes CS No No
12 Karen E. Peterson 9 AS Yes Yes CS NV No No
13 Steven H. Amick 10 Yes Yes No Yes A
14 Anthony J. DeLuca 11 Yes Yes A Yes Yes
15 Dorinda A. "Dori" Connor 12 Yes Yes CS Yes CS No Yes
16 David B. McBride 13 Yes Yes Yes AS Yes Yes
17 Bruce C. Ennis 14 AS Yes Yes No Yes Yes
18 Nancy W. Cook 15 Yes Yes NV Yes Yes
19 Colin R. J. Bonini 16 AS Yes Yes No A No
20 John C. Still 17 Yes Yes CS NV No Yes
21 F. Gary Simpson 18 AS Yes CS Yes No Yes CS Yes CS
22 Thurman Adams 19 Yes Yes No Yes Yes
23 George H. Bunting 20 AS Yes AS Yes NV Yes No CS
25 Vaughn A A AS
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27 Representative District
28 Dennis P. Williams 1 Yes AS A Yes Yes Yes A
29 Hazel D. Plant 2 A AS Yes AS Yes CS Yes A Yes
30 Helene M. Keeley 3 Yes Yes AS Yes Yes Yes Yes
31 Gerald L. Brady 4 Yes Yes Yes CS Yes Yes
32 Melanie George Marshall 5 NV Yes Yes CS Yes Yes
33 Diana M. McWilliams 6 Yes Yes AS Yes CS CS Yes Yes CS
34 Bryon H. Short 7 Yes AS Yes Yes CS No Yes
35 Bethany A. Hall-Long 8 Yes Yes CS Yes CS A CS Yes AS Yes
36 Richard C. Cathcart 9 Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
37 Robert J. Valihura 10 Yes PS Yes AS Yes CS PS Yes Yes
38 Gregory F. Lavelle 11 Yes A Yes No Yes Yes
39 Deborah Hudson 12 No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
40 John L. Mitchell 13 Yes AS Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
41 Peter C. Schwartzkopf 14 Yes AS Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
42 Valerie Longhurst 15 A Yes Yes CS Yes Yes
43 James Johnson 16 Yes AS Yes Yes CS Yes Yes
44 Michael P. Mulrooney 17 Yes AS A Yes CS CS Yes Yes
45 Terry R. Spence 18 Yes AS Yes AS Yes Yes Yes Yes
46 Robert F. Gilligan 19 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
47 Nick T. Manolakos 20 Yes AS Yes Yes CS Yes Yes Yes
48 Pamela S. Maier 21 No A Yes PS A Yes Yes
49 Joseph E. Miro 22 Yes AS Yes Yes CS No Yes Yes
50 Teresa Schooley 23 Yes Yes CS Yes CS CS Yes CS Yes
51 William A. Oberle 24 Yes AS Yes Yes CS NV Yes
52 John A. Kowalko 25 Yes AS Yes CS Yes CS CS No No
53 John J. Viola 26 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
54 Vincent A. Lofink 27 Yes AS Yes CS Yes CS Yes Yes
55 William J. Carson 28 Yes AS Yes Yes No Yes Yes
56 Pamela J. Thornburg 29 No Yes CS Yes CS No Yes AS Yes AS
57 William R. Outten 30 NV Yes Yes CS No Yes Yes
58 Nancy H. Wagner 31 NV Yes Yes CS Yes Yes Yes
59 Donna D. Stone 32 No Yes Yes Yes A Yes
60 Robert E. Walls 33 No AS Yes Yes CS No Yes Yes
61 Donald A. Blakey 34 Yes AS Yes Yes CS No Yes Yes
62 J. Benjamin Ewing 35 No AS Yes A CS No Yes Yes
63 V. George Carey 36 No AS Yes Yes No Yes Yes
64 Joseph W. Booth 37 No Yes Yes No Yes Yes
65 Gerald W. Hocker 38 No Yes Yes CS No Yes Yes CS
66 Daniel B. Short 39 No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
67 Clifford G. “Biff” Lee 40 No Yes Yes No Yes Yes
69 Bruce C. Ennis CS
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