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How Chicago Legislators Voted on Speed Cameras



    This morning, Gov. Pat Quinn signed a bill allowing Chicago to set up speed cameras near schools. Next month, the people of Chicago get our say on the bill, when every member of the House of Representatives is on the primary election ballot.

    Here’s a handy list of the 34 Chicago representatives who voted in favor of these $100 ticket machines -- and the three who voted against them.

    (Ward Room previously published a list of Chicago senators who voted for the bill.)

    Edward Acevedo, D-Chicago
    Luis Arroyo, D-Chicago
    Toni Berrios, D-Chicago
    Daniel Burke, D-Chicago
    Kelly Burke, D-Oak Lawn
    Dena Carli, D-Chicago
    Kelly Cassidy, D-Chicago
    Marlow Colvin, D-Chicago
    William Cunningham, D-Chicago
    Barbara Flynn Currie, D-Chicago
    John D’Amico, D-Chicago
    Monique Davis, D-Chicago
    William Davis, D-East Hazel Crest
    Kimberly du Buclet, D-Chicago
    Kenneth Dunkin, D-Chicago
    Sara Feigenholtz, D-Chicago
    Mary E. Flowers, D-Chicago
    La Shawn K. Ford, D-Chicago
    Esther Golar, D-Chicago
    Greg Harris, D-Chicago
    Thaddeus Jones, D-Calumet City
    Lou Lang, D-Skokie
    Camille Y Lilly, D-Chicago
    Joseph M. Lyons, D-Chicago
    Michael Madigan, D-Chicago
    Deborah Mell, D-Chicago
    Elaine Nekritz, D-Des Plaines
    Robert Rita, D-Blue Island
    Derrick Smith, D-Chicago
    Cynthia Soto, D-Chicago
    Andre M. Thapedi, D-Chicago
    Arthur Turner, D-Chicago
    Karen A. Yarbrough, D-Chicago
    Michael J. Zalewski, D-Chicago

    Robyn Gabel, D-Evanston
    Rosemary Mulligan, R-Park Ridge
    Ann Williams, D-Chicago