HB1105

The Georgia Criminal Alien Track and Report Act of 2024

Date of Vote: July 20, 2024

Chamber of Origin: House

Allows for immigration status verification before issuing a citation instead of making an immediate arrest. This bill requires local agencies to assist federal agencies with enforcement of immigration laws.1

Turning Point Action’s Position

Turning Point Action Supports

Voted YEA

99
100% REPUBLICANS0% DEMOCRATS0% INDEPENDENTS

VOTED NAY

75
1.33% REPUBLICANS98.67% DEMOCRATS0% INDEPENDENTS
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Voted yea

Alan PowellState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:89.29
Beth CampState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:92.86
Bethany BallardState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:92.86
Bill HitchensState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:85.71
Bill WerkheiserState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:85.71
Bill YeartaState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:92.86

Voted nay

Al WilliamsState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:39.29
Angela MooreState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:29.17
Anne Allen WestbrookState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:41.67
Becky EvansState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:57.14
Betsy HollandState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:57.14
Billy MitchellState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:46.43

Not voting

Jon BurnsState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:50.00

Present

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