ANNAPOLIS, Md. (CBSDC/AP) — Here’s how members of the Maryland Senate voted on Friday to expand gambling to allow table games and a casino in Prince George’s County during a special session. The vote was 28-14.

Voting “yes” were 23 Democrats and five Republicans.

Voting “no” were eight Democrats and six Republicans.

Democrats for:

Benson, Joanne, Prince George’s

Conway, Joan, Baltimore

Currie, Ulysses, Prince George’s

Ferguson, Bill, Baltimore

Forehand, Jennie, Montgomery

Garagiola, Rob, Montgomery

Jones-Rodwell, Verna, Baltimore

Kasemeyer, Edward, Baltimore County

King, Nancy, Montgomery

Klausmeier, Kathy, Baltimore County

Madaleno, Richard, Montgomery

Manno, Roger, Montgomery

Mathias, James, Worcester

McFadden, Nathaniel, Baltimore

Middleton, Thomas, Charles

Miller, Thomas V. Mike, Calvert

Peters, Douglas, Prince George’s

Pugh, Catherine, Baltimore

Robey, James, Howard

Rosapepe, James, Prince George’s

Stone, Norman, Baltimore County

Young, Ron, Frederick

Zirkin, Robert, Baltimore County

Democrats against:

Brochin, James, Baltimore County

DeGrange, James, Anne Arundel

Dyson, Roy, St. Mary’s

Frosh, Brian, Montgomery

Montgomery, Karen, Montgomery

Muse, C. Anthony, Prince George’s

Pinsky, Paul, Prince George’s

Raskin, Jamie, Montgomery

Republicans for:

Brinkley, David, Frederick

Colburn, Richard, Dorchester

Edwards, George, Garrett

Getty, Joseph, Carroll

Jennings, J.B., Harford

Republicans against:

Glassman, Barry, Harford

Jacobs, Nancy, Harford

Kittleman, Allan, Howard

Pipkin, E.J., Cecil

Reilly, Edward, Anne Arundel

Simonaire, Bryan, Anne Arundel

Democrats not voting:

Astle, John, Anne Arundel

Ramirez, Victor, Prince George’s

Democrats absent:

Gladden, Lisa, Baltimore

Kelley, Dolores, Baltimore County

Republicans absent:

Shank, Christopher, Washington

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