SB63

Key
Vote

Limiting How Many Times a Citizen May Pay Cash Bail

Date of Vote: July 20, 2024

Chamber of Origin: House

Changes the rules for bail. If a person on bail does not show up for trial, they will be arrested. Under this bill, judges will be required to look at the suspect's criminal history before making a decision on bail. Lastly, this bill limits how many times a citizen can pay cash bail.1

Turning Point Action’s Position

Turning Point Action Supports

Voted YEA

97
100% REPUBLICANS0% DEMOCRATS0% INDEPENDENTS

VOTED NAY

69
1.45% REPUBLICANS98.55% 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

Carl GilliardState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:46.43
David SampsonState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:54.17
Jon BurnsState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:50.00

Present

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Abstaining

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