See how your state legislators vote on gun bills.

Legislators’ voting record is the definitive test of whether they truly support gun violence prevention. Are they in favor of strong gun laws that save lives or do they side with the gun lobby in putting easy access to guns ahead of public safety?

The fact is, firearm regulation save lives. Connecticut is consistently ranked as having some of the toughest laws in the nation: now at #3, we’ve been in the top 5 since 2010. Our strong regulation of firearms helps give us one of the lowest rates of gun deaths.

Use the table below to see how your State Senator has voted on gun bills during their tenure. Not sure who your state legislators are? Click here to look them up.

Senate Voting History

2007: SB-938 An act concerning the reporting of lost or stolen firearms and illegal firearms trafficking.

2013: SB-1160 An act concerning gun violence prevention and children’s safety.

2016: HB-5054 An act protecting victims of domestic violence.

2018: HB-5542 An act concerning bump stocks and other means of enhancing the rate of fire of a firearm.

 

2019: HB-7218 An act concerning the safe storage of firearms in the home and firearm safety programs in public schools.

2019: HB- 7219 An act concerning ghost guns.

2019: HB-7223 An act concerning the storage of a pistol or revolver in a motor vehicle.

 

Last NameFirst NameDistrictAffiliation2007
SB-938
2013
SB-1160
2016
HB-5054
2018
HB-5542
2019
HB-7218
2019
HB-7219
2019
HB-7223
AbramsMary Daugherty13DNIONIONIONIOYYY
AnwarSaud3DNIONIONIONIOYYY
BergsteinAlexandra36DNIONIONIONIOYYY
BerthelEric32RNIONIONIONYNN
BizzarroGennaro6RNIONIONIONIOYNN
BradleyDennis23DNIONIONIONIOYYY
CassanoSteve4DNIOYYYYYY
ChampagneDan35RNIONIONIONIOYNN
CohenChristine12DNIONIONIONIOYYY
DuffBob25DYYYYYYY
FasanoLeonard A.34RNYNYYYN
FlexerMae29DNIONIOYYYYY
FonfaraJohn W.1DYYYYYYY
FormicaPaul M.20RNIONIONYYYN
HartleyJoan15DNYYYYYY
HaskellWill26DNIONIONIONIOYYY
HwangTony28RNIONIOYYYYY
KellyKevin C.21RNIOYNYYYN
KisselJohn A.7RNNNNNNN
KushnerJulie24DNIONIONIONIOYYY
LeoneCarlo27DNIOYYYYYY
LesserMatt9DNIONIONIONIOYYY
LoganGeorge S.17RNIONIONIONYYN
LooneyMartin M.11DYYYYYYY
MaroneyJames14DNIONIONIONIOYYY
MartinHenri31RNIONIONNYNN
McCroryDouglas2DNIONIONIOYYYY
MinerCraig30RNIONIONIOYYNN
MooreMarilyn V.22DNIONIOYYYYY
NeedlemanNorman33DNIONIONIONIOYYN
OstenCatherine A.19DNIONNYYabsentN
SampsonRobert16RNIONIONIONIONNN
SlapDerek5DNIONIONIONIOYYabsent
SomersHeather18RNIONIONIONYYN
WinfieldGary A.10DNIONIOYYYYY
WitkosKevin D.8RNIONNNYYN

KEY: Y – yes, N – no, NIO – not in office, A – absent.