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Mark Dudenhefer

Mark Dudenhefer was elected to the Stafford County Board of Supervisors in November 2017.
Republican

Voting Unity: Republican Caucus

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How often does Mark Dudenhefer vote with the party when at least two-thirds of other Republicans take the same position?

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  • 01/18/2017 - House: Agreed to by House (57-Y 36-N)
    01/18/2017 - House: VOTE: ADOPTION (57-Y 36-N)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    No

Bill Details
  • 01/30/2017 - House: Read third time and passed House (57-Y 39-N)
    01/30/2017 - House: VOTE: PASSAGE (57-Y 39-N)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    No

Bill Details
  • 02/15/2017 - House: Senate substitute rejected by House 17105323D-S1 (46-Y 54-N)
    02/15/2017 - House: VOTE: REJECTED (46-Y 54-N)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    Yes

Bill Details
  • 01/31/2017 - House: Read third time and passed House (96-Y 1-N)
    01/31/2017 - House: VOTE: PASSAGE (96-Y 1-N)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    No

Bill Details
  • 02/07/2017 - House: Read third time and passed House (67-Y 28-N)
    02/07/2017 - House: VOTE: PASSAGE (67-Y 28-N)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    No

Bill Details
  • 02/20/2017 - House: Senate amendment agreed to by House (60-Y 34-N 1-A)
    02/20/2017 - House: VOTE: ADOPTION (60-Y 34-N 1-A)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    No

Bill Details
  • 02/07/2017 - House: Read third time and passed House (56-Y 41-N)
    02/07/2017 - House: VOTE: PASSAGE (56-Y 41-N)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    No

Bill Details
  • 02/07/2017 - House: Read third time and passed House (53-Y 44-N)
    02/07/2017 - House: VOTE: PASSAGE (53-Y 44-N)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    Yes

Bill Details
  • 02/22/2017 - House: Passed House with amendment (67-Y 32-N)
    02/22/2017 - House: VOTE: PASSAGE (67-Y 32-N)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    No

Bill Details
  • 02/22/2017 - House: Passed House (59-Y 40-N)
    02/22/2017 - House: VOTE: PASSAGE (59-Y 40-N)

    Mark Dudenhefer:
    No

Bill Details

VPAP's unity score should not be interpreted as a partisan litmus test. For instance, Republicans who more often split from caucus does not necessarily mean they are less conservative than peers. It could mean they are more conservative. A nuanced reading of bills involved is needed to reach any conclusions.