Former Senator Jim Holt Voted Against His Own Salary Increase the Three Sessions He Was In the Legislature

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Jim Holt's Address:  Jim Holt Campaign, 2835 South 56th Street, Springdale, Arkansas 72762

(Holt is running for US Senate Against Blanche Lincoln)

Legislative Pay Raise in 2005  (Legislators also get other incomes for various things.) 

HOUSE BILL 1050 - Act 3  - Quotes from Law

"2005 SALARIES OF THIRTY FOUR (34) SENATORS  OF $14,412 FOR 2005-2006 AND $14,765 FOR 2006-2007"

 

"2005  SALARIES OF NINETY NINE (99) 30 REPRESENTATIVES OF $14,412 FOR 2005-2006 AND $14,765 FOR 2006-2007"

 

Senate Vote - HB1050   Now Act 3

Joint Budget Co

Jan 18, 2005 -  1:23:45

Bill & Emergency Clause : Passed

 

 

THE GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT FOR THE ORDINARY EXPENSES OF THE EXECUTIVE, JUDICIAL AND LEGISLATIVE BRANCHES FOR THE 2005-2007 BIENNIUM.

 

 

Yeas: 34

Altes  

Argue  

Baker  

Bisbee  

Bookout  

Broadway  

Brown  

Bryles  

Capps  

Critcher  

Faris  

Glover  

Hendren  

Higginbothom  

Hill  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

Malone  

Miller  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

Taylor  

Trusty  

Whitaker  

Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

Womack  

Wooldridge  

 

 

 

Nays: 1

Holt  


 

Legislative Pay Raise in 2003

 

HB 1050 in 2003 Also Act 3

Senate Vote - HB1050

Joint Budget Co

THE GENERAL APPROPRATION ACT FOR THE ORDINARY EXPENSES OF THE EXECUTIVE, JUDICIAL AND LEGISLATIVE BRANCHES FOR THE 2003-2005 BIENNIUM.

Jan 22, 2003 -  1:54:02

: Passed

 

Yeas: 33

Altes  

Argue  

Baker  

Bisbee  

J. Bookout  

Broadway  

Brown  

Bryles  

Capps  

Critcher  

Faris  

Glover  

Gullett  

Hendren  

Higginbothom  

Hill  

Horn  

G. Jeffress  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

Laverty  

Luker  

Madison  

Malone  

Miller  

Salmon  

T. Smith  

Steele  

Trusty  

Whitaker  

Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

Wooldridge  

 

 

 

Nays: 1

Holt  

Present: 1

Womack  


Legislative Pay Raise in 2001

 

Jim Holt was in the House of Representatives in 2001 when he first voted against his pay raise.

HOUSE BILL 1156 Act 4

 

 Quote from bill: 

 "SALARIES OF NINETY NINE (99) 34 REPRESENTATIVES OF $13,101 FOR 2001-2002 AND $13,442 FOR 2002-2003

 

SALARIES OF THIRTY FOUR (34) SENATORSOF $13,101 FOR 2001-2002 AND $13,442 FOR 2002-2003

Senate Vote - HB1156

Joint Budget Co

THE GENERAL APPROPRATION ACT FOR THE ORDINARY EXPENSES OF THE EXECUTIVE, JUDICIAL AND LEGISLATIVE BRANCHES FOR THE 2001-2003 BIENNIUM.  

Jan 17, 2001 -  4:36:16

EMERGENCY : Passed

Senate

Yeas: 35

Argue  

Baker  

Beebe  

Bisbee  

Brown  

Bryles  

Cash  

Critcher  

DeLay  

Everett  

Faris  

Fitch  

Gullett  

Gwatney  

Hill  

Hoofman  

Horn  

Hunter  

J. Jeffress  

B. Johnson  

Mahony  

D. Malone  

P. Malone  

Miller  

Riggs  

Simes  

K. Smith  

T. Smith  

Trusty  

B. Walker  

Webb  

Whitaker  

Wilkins  

Wilkinson  

Wooldridge

 

House Vote

Yeas: 92

Adams  

Agee  

Allison  

Altes  

Bennett  

Bevis  

Biggs  

Bolin  

Bond  

Bookout  

Borhauer  

Boyd  

Bradford  

Bright  

Mr. Speaker  

Carson  

Childers  

Clemons  

Cleveland  

Cook  

Cowling  

Creekmore  

Dangeau  

Dees  

Duggar  

Eason  

D. Elliott  

J. Elliott  

Ferguson  

Files  

Fite  

French  

Gillespie  

Gipson  

Glover  

Goss  

Green  

Haak  

Hathorn  

Hausam  

Hickinbotham  

House  

Hunt  

Hutchinson  

Jackson  

Jacobs  

G. Jeffress  

C. Johnson  

Jones  

Judy  

King  

Ledbetter  

Lendall  

Lewellen  

Lowery  

Mack  

Magnus  

Mathis  

McMellon  

Milligan  

Milum  

Moore  

Napper  

Nichols  

Oglesby  

Ormond  

Parks  

Prater  

Pritchard  

Rackley  

Rankin  

Rodgers  

Roebuck  

Salmon  

Scrimshire  

Scroggin  

Seawel  

Shoffner  

M. Smith  

R. Smith  

M. Steele  

T. Steele  

Stovall  

J. Taylor  

C. Taylor  

Trammell  

Verkamp  

W. Walker  

Weaver  

White  

Willis  

Wood  

 

 

 

 

Nays: 5

Bledsoe  

Hendren  

Holt  

Minton  

Womack  

Not Voting: 3

Schall  

Teague  

Thomas  

 

To find voting records on bills for previous AR sessions

 

Go to the Arkansas legislature website: http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/
Click on the link to go to the old site:
http://staging.arkleg.state.ar.us/members.asp
Click on the previous legislative sessions link on the left panel.
Click on the yellow  folder to the session (the year)  you need to access information for.
In the drop down links, click on Regular Session Bills and Resolutions.
In the new window, click on Bill Status

Fill in the number of the House or Senate bill

Then click Senate highlighted in green for Senate Vote or on House highlighted in green for House vote.

 

Related Links:

Liberals say Jim Holt will be in Run-Off

http://www.wpaag.org/Liberals%20say%20Jim%20Holt%20will%20be%20in%20run-off%20senate%20race.htm

 

100% Conservative Candidate Needs Support

http://www.wpaag.org/Holt3%20-%20100%25%20conservative%20candidate%20needs%20support.htm

 

Washington Examiner - GOP picking candidate too soon  http://www.wpaag.org/Gilbert%20B%20-%20GOP%20picking%20him%20too%20soon.htm

 

Liberal Organization in Arkansas gives Gilbert Baker highest rating of all Republican Senators and higher than 41 House members.

http://www.wpaag.org/Gilbert%20Baker%20voting%20record%20by%20liberal%20group.htm

 

Gilbert Baker relied on John Brummett Quotes in fund raising letter and on his web:  http://www.wpaag.org/Gilbert%20Baker%20fundraising%20letter%20-%20Brummett.htm

 

Sample of Senator Holt Voting Record in Comparison to Other Senators in the Race:

http://www.wpaag.org/Holt%20-%20voting%20record%20compared%20to%20Baker%20and%20Hendren.htm

 

Why I Support Senator Holt for U.S. Senate

http://www.wpaag.org/Holt2%20-%20Why%20I%20support%20Jim%20Holt%20for%20US%20Senate.htm

 

Senator Gilbert Baker Voting Record Shocking to True Conservatives

http://www.wpaag.org/Gilbert%20Baker%20&%20Holt%20voting%20record.htm