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New Jersey General Assembly re-introduces AJR123: the State of New Jersey... supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America

Assembly Majority Whip Asm. Carol A. Murphy (7) – sponsored AJR123

Asm. Anthony S. Verrelli (15) – co-sponsored AJR123

Asm. Sadaf F. Jaffer (16) – co-sponsored AJR123

Assembly Majority Conference Leader Asm. Annette Quijano (20) – co-sponsored AJR123

Assembly Deputy Speaker Asm. Mila M. Jasey (27) – co-sponsored AJR123



2022 Legislative Session

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2022 Compact States & Territories

244

2022 Compact Elected Official Supporters

Georgia Senate re-introduces SR166: “the members of this body support admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Sen. Emanuel Jones (10) – sponsored SR166

Sen. Nikki Merritt (9) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Freddie Sims (12) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Ed Harbison (15) – co-sponsored SR166

Senate Minority Whip Sen. Harold Jones II (22) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Michael ‘Doc’ Rhett (33) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Valencia Seay (34) – co-sponsored SR166

Senate Minority Caucus Secretary Sen. Nan Orrock (36) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Sonya Halpern (39) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Sally Harrell (40) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Kim Jackson (41) – co-sponsored SR166

Senate Minority Caucus Chair Sen. Elena Parent (42) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Tonya Anderson (43) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Gail Davenport (44) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Michelle Au (48) – co-sponsored SR166

Senate Minority Leader Sen. Gloria Butler (55) – co-sponsored SR166



Hawaii House of Representatives introduces HCR167 & Hawaii House of Representatives introduces HR167 & Hawaii House of Representatives introduces SCR195:the State of Hawaii supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America


Rep. Matthew S. LoPresti (41) – sponsored HCR167 & HR167, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Mark M. Nakashima (1) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Chris Todd (2) voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Richard H.K. Onishi (3) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Greggor Ilagan (4) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Jeanne Kapela (5) – co-sponsored HCR167 & HR167, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 in committee, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Nicole E. Lowen (6) – co-sponsored HCR167 & HR167, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. David A. Tarnas (7) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Troy N. Hashimoto (8) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Angus L.K. McKelvey (10) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Tina Wildberger (11) – voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Kyle T. Yamashita (12) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Linda Clark (13) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Nadine K. Nakamura (14) – voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. James Kunane Tokioka (15) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

House Majority Floor Leader Rep. Dee Morikawa (16) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Mark J. Hashem (18) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Bertrand Kobayashi (19) – co-sponsored HR167, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Jackson D. Sayama (20) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Scott Y. Nishimoto (21) voted for HCR167 & HR167 in committee, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Adrian K. Tam (22) – co-sponsored HCR167 & HR167, voted for HCR167 & HR167 in committee, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 in committee, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Dale T. Kobayashi (23) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

House Majority Leader Rep. Della Au Belatti (24) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Sylvia Luke (25) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Speaker of the House Rep. Scott K. Saiki (26) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Takashi Ohno (27) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor

Vice Speaker of the House Rep. John M. Mizuno (28) – voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Daniel Holt (29) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Sonny Ganaden (30) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Aaron Ling Johanson (31) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Linda Ichiyama (32) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Sam Satoru Kong (33) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Gregg Takayama (34) – co-sponsored HR167, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Roy M. Takumi (35) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Ryan I. Yamane (37) voted for HCR167 & HR167 in committee, voted for SCR195 in committee, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Henry J.C. Aquino (38) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Luella Costales (39) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Sharon E. Har (42) voted for HCR167 & HR167 in committee, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Stacelynn K.M. Eli (43) voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Cedric Asuega Gates (44) voted for HCR167 & HR167 in committee, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 in committee, voted for SCR195 on floor

House Minority Floor Leader Rep. Lauren Matsumoto (45) voted with reservation for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Amy A. Perruso (46) – co-sponsored HCR167 & HR167, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Sean Quinlan (47) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Lisa Kitagawa (48) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Scot Z. Matayoshi (49) voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Patrick Pihana Branco (50) – co-sponsored HCR167 & HR167, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor

Rep. Lisa Marten (51) – co-sponsored HCR167 & HR167, voted for HCR167 & HR167 on floor, voted for SCR195 on floor


Click here to watch the Hawaii House of Representatives Committee on Culture, Arts, & International Affairs consider and vote on HCR167 & HR167 on Wednesday, March 23, 2022.


Click here to watch the Hawaii House of Representatives consider and vote on HCR167 & HR167 reports from the Committee on Culture, Arts, & International Affairs on Tuesday, March 29, 2022.


Click here to watch the Hawaii House of Representatives Committee on Culture, Arts, & International Affairs consider and vote on SCR195 on Wednesday, April 13, 2022.


Click here to watch the Hawaii House of Representatives consider and vote on SCR195 report from the Committee on Culture, Arts, & International Affairs on Monday, April 18, 2022.



Hawaii Senate passes SCR195 & Hawaii Senate introduces SR188:the State of Hawaii supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America


Senate Assistant Majority Whip Sen. Gilbert Keith-Agaran (5) – sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Laura Acasio (1) voted for SCR195 in committee, voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Joy A. San Buenaventura (2) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 on floor

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Dru Mamo Kanuha (3) – voted for SCR195 on floor

Senate Majority Whip Sen. Lorraine R. Inouye (4) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Rosalyn H. Baker (6) – voted for SCR195 on floor

Senate Majority Floor Leader Sen. Lynn DeCoite (7) – voted for SCR195 on floor

President of the Senate Sen. Ronald D. Kouchi (8) – voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Stanley Chang (9) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 on floor

Senate Majority Policy Leader Sen. Les Ihara Jr. (10) – voted for SCR195 on floor

Senate Assistant Majority Whip Sen. Brian T. Taniguchi (11) – voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Sharonr Y. Moriwaka (12) – voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Karl Rhoads (13) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 in committee, voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Donna Mercado Kim (14) – voted for SCR195 in committee, voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Glenn Wakai (15) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Bennette E. Misalucha (16) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 on floor

Senate Assistant Majority Whip Sen. Clarence K. Nishihara (17) – voted for SCR195 on floor

Vice President of the Senate Sen. Michelle N. Kidani (18) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 on floor

Senate Minority Leader, Minority Floor Leader Sen. Kurt Fevella (19) – voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Mike Gabbard (20) – voted for SCR195 in committee, voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Maile Shimabukuro (21) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Donovan M. Dela Cruz (22) – voted for SCR195 on floor

Senate Assistant Majority Whip Sen. Jarrett Keohokalole (24) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 on floor

Sen. Chris Lee (25) – co-sponsored SCR195 & SR188, voted for SCR195 in committee, voted for SCR195 on floor


Click here to watch the Hawaii Senate Committee on Judiciary consider SCR195 on Tuesday, March 29, 2022.


Click here to watch the Hawaii Senate Committee on Judiciary vote on SCR195 on Wednesday, March 30, 2022.


Click here to watch the Hawaii Senate consider and vote on SCR195 on Tuesday, April 5, 2022.



Kentucky House of Representatives introduces HCR88:The Commonwealth of Kentucky supports the admission of Washington, D.C., into the union as a state of the United States of America.


Rep. Pamela Stevenson (43) – sponsored HCR88

Rep. Cherlynn Stevenson (88) – c0-sponsored HCR88



Michigan House of Representatives re-introduces HCR12: “we support admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Rep. Cynthia Johnson (5) – sponsored HCR12

Rep. Tenisha Yancey (1) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Abraham Aiyash (4) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Helena Scott (7) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Stephanie Young (8) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Mary Cavanagh (10) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Alex Garza (12) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Abdullah Hammoud (15) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Darrin Camilleri (23) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Nate Shannon (25) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Jim Ellison (26) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Regina Weiss (27) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Brenda Carter (29) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. William Sowerby (31) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Kelly Breen (38) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Padma Kuppa (41) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Tim Sneller (50) – co-sponsored HCR12

House Minority Leader Rep. Donna Lasinski (52) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Felicia Brabec (55) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Christine Morse (61) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Rachel Hood (76) – co-sponsored HCR12



Minnesota House of Representatives re-introduces HF2574 & Minnesota House of Representatives re-introduces HF2457 & Minnesota House of Representatives re-introduces HR6: “the State of Minnesota… supports... admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a State of the United States of America”


Rep. Mike Freiberg (45B) – sponsored HF2574, sponsored HF2457 & co-sponsored HR6

Rep. Jay Xiong (67B) – sponsored HR6 & co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Liz Boldon (25B) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Tina Liebling (26A) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Kristin Bahner (34B) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Cedrick Frazier (45A) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Liz Reyer (51B) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Rick Hansen (52A) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Jamie Long (61B) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Aisha Gomez (62B) – co-sponsored HR6

Rep. Jim Davnie (63A) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Dave Pinto (64B) – co-sponsored HF2457



Missouri House of Representatives introduces HCR78:the members of the... One Hundred First General Assembly... urge Congress to admit the District of Columbia as the fifty-first state of the Union

Rep. Ashley Bland Manlove (26) – sponsored HCR78

Rep. Ian Mackey (87) – co-sponsored HCR78

Rep. Bridget Walsh Moore (93) – co-sponsored HCR78



New Jersey General Assembly introduces AJR123: the State of New Jersey... supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America

Assembly Majority Whip Asm. Carol A. Murphy (7) – sponsored AJR123

Asm. Anthony S. Verrelli (15) – co-sponsored AJR123

Asm. Sadaf F. Jaffer (16) – co-sponsored AJR123

Assembly Majority Conference Leader Asm. Annette Quijano (20) – co-sponsored AJR123

Assembly Deputy Speaker Asm. Mila M. Jasey (27) – co-sponsored AJR123



New York Senate re-introduces J813: “the State of New York supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”

Sen. James Sanders, Jr. (10) – sponsored J813

Senate Majority Conference Secretary Sen. Roxanne Persaud (19) – co-sponsored J813



North Carolina House of Representatives re-introduces HJR630: “The State of North Carolina supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America”

Rep. Mary Belk (88) – sponsored HJR630

Rep. Kandie Smith (8) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Allison Dahle (11) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Minority Whip Rep. Deb Butler (18) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Minority Whip Rep. Raymond Smith, Jr. (21) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Marcia Morey (30) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Zack Hawkins (31) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Rosa Gill (33) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Cynthia Ball (49) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Graig Meyer (50) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Verla Insko (56) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Minority Whip Rep. Amos Quick, III (58) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Cecil Brockman (60) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Pricey Harrison (61) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Ricky Hurtado (63) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Evelyn Terry (71) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Amber Baker (72) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Freshman Caucus Co-Chair Rep. Terry Brown Jr. (92) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. John Autry (100) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Carolyn Logan (101) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Wesley Harris, PhD (105) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Kelly Alexander, Jr. (107) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Minority Whip Rep. Susan Fisher (114) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. John Ager (115) – co-sponsored HJR630



Northern Mariana Islands Senate re-introduces HJR22-6: "the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America"



Ohio House of Representatives introduces HCR47:the State of Ohio... support the admission of Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America


Rep. Catherine D. Ingram (32) – sponsored HCR47



Pennsylvania House of Representatives re-introduces HR102: “the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania urge the Congress of the United States to admit Washington, DC, as the 51st state of the United States of America”


Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta (181) – sponsored HR102

House Minority Policy Committee Chair Rep. Ryan Bizzarro (3) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Emily Kinkead (20) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Sara Innamorato (21) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Peter Schweyer (22) – co-sponsored HR102

House Minority Caucus Chairperson Rep. Dan L. Miller (42) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Dan K. Williams (74) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Carol Hill-Evans (95) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. P. Michael Sturla (96) – co-sponsored HR102

House Minority Caucus Administrator Rep. Michael H. Schlossberg (132) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Steve Samuelson (135) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Tim Briggs (149) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Benjamin V. Sanchez (153) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Napoleon J. Nelson (154) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Melissa L. Shusterman (157) – co-sponsored HR102

House Minority Whip Jordan Harris (186) – co-sponsored HR102



Rhode Island House of Representatives introduces H7137:the State of Rhode Island... supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a State of the United States of America


Rep. Rebecca Kislak (4) – sponsored H7137

Rep. Edith H. Ajello (1) – co-sponsored H7137

Rep. Nathan Biah (3) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Marcia Ranglin-Vassell (5) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. David Morales (7) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Anastasia P. Willliams (9) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Scott A. Slater (10) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Jose Batista (12) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Brandon C. Potter (16) – co-sponsored H7137

Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (19) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. David A. Bennett (20) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Joseph J. Soloman (22) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Justine Caldwell (30) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Robert E. Craven (32) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Teresa Ann Tanzi (34) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Kathleen A. Fogarty (35) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Mary Ann Shallcross Smith (46) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Joshua Giraldo (56) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Jean Philippe Barros (59) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Karen Alzate (60) – co-sponsored H7137

Rep. Leonela Felix (61) – co-sponsored H7137

House Majority Whip Rep. Kathleen S. Kazarian (63) – co-sponsored H7137

Rep. Brianna Henries (64) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Gregg Amore (65) – co-sponsored H7137

Rep. Liana Cassar (66) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Jason Knight (67) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. June Speakman (68) – co-sponsored H7137

Rep. Susan Donovan (69) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. John G. Edwards (70) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Terri Cortvriend (72) – co-sponsored H7137

Rep. Deborah Ruggiero (74) – co-sponsored H7137 (unlisted)

Rep. Lauren H. Carson (75) – co-sponsored H7137


Click here to watch the Rhode Island House of Representatives Committee on Judiciary consider H7137 on Thursday, March 3, 2022.



South Carolina House of Representatives introduces H4761:the members of the South Carolina General Assembly... urge members of the United States Congress to enact federal legislation granting statehood to the people of Washington, D.C.


Rep. Gilda Cobb-Hunter (66) – sponsored H4761



Tennessee House of Representatives introduces HJR768:the State of Tennessee supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America


Rep. Dwayne Thompson (96) – sponsored HJR768

Rep. G.A. Hardaway (93) – co-sponsored HJR768



Vermont House of Representatives re-introduces JRH4: “the State of Vermont supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the union as a state of the United States of America”


Rep. Rebecca White (Windsor 4-2) – sponsored JRH4


Click here to watch the Vermont House of Representatives Committee on Government Operations consider JRH4 on Friday, April 23, 2021.



Washington Senate re-introduces SJM8005: “the state of Washington support admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Sen. Marko Liias (21) – sponsored SJM8005

Sen. Sam Hunt (22) – co-sponsored SJM8005

Sen. Lisa Wellman (41) – co-sponsored SJM8005

Sen. Patty Kuderer (48) – co-sponsored SJM8005



Wisconsin Senate re-introduces SJR62:the State of Wisconsin supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America


Sen. Kelda Roys (26) – sponsored SJR62

Sen. Tim Carpenter (3) – co-sponsored SJR62

Sen. Lena Taylor (4) – co-sponsored SJR62

Sen. Chris Larson (7) – co-sponsored SJR62

Senate Minority Caucus Vice-Chair Sen. Melissa Agard (16) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. LaKeshia Myers (12) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Supreme Moore Omokunde (17) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Jonathan Brostoff (19) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Sue Conley (44) – co-sponsored SJR62

Assembly Minority Caucus Chair Rep. Mark Spreitzer (45) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Gary Hebl (46) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Jimmy Anderson (47) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Samba Baldeh (48) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Lee Snodgrass (57) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Francesca Hong (76) – co-sponsored SJR62

Assembly Minority Caucus Vice-Chair Rep. Lisa Subeck (78) – co-sponsored SJR62

Assembly Assistant Minority Leader Rep. Dianne Hesselbein (79) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Sondy Pope (80) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Dave Considine (81) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Kristina Shelton (90) – co-sponsored SJR62



West Virginia House of Delegates introduces HCR86: the Legislature of West Virginia... support admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America


House Minority Leader Del. Doug Skaff (35) – sponsored HCR86

House Assistant Minority Whip Del. Phillip Diserio (2) – co-sponsored HCR86

House Assistant Minority Whip Del. Lisa Zukoff (4) – co-sponsored HCR86

Del. Sean Hornbuckle (16) – co-sponsored HCR86

Del. Ric Griffith (19) – co-sponsored HCR86

Del. Ed Evans (26) – co-sponsored HCR86

Del. Jim Barach (36) – co-sponsored HCR86

Del. Mike Pushkin (37) – co-sponsored HCR86

House Assistant Minority Whip Del. Cody Thompson (43) – co-sponsored HCR86

Del. Joey Garcia (50) – co-sponsored HCR86

Del. Danielle Walker (51) – co-sponsored HCR86



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2021 Compact States & Territories

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2021 Compact Elected Official Supporters

Alabama House of Representatives introduces HR116: “the State of Alabama supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Rep. Adline Clarke (97) – sponsored HR116

House Minority Leader Rep. Anthony Daniels (53) – co-sponsored HR116

Rep. Neil Rafferty (54) – co-sponsored HR116

House Minority Caucus Secretary/Treasurer Rep. Kelvin Lawrence (69) – co-sponsored HR116

Rep. Artis “A. J.” McCampbell (71) – co-sponsored HR116

House Minority Whip Rep. Jeremy Gray (83) – co-sponsored HR116

House Minority Caucus Vice-Chair Rep. Barbara Drummond (103) – co-sponsored HR116



Arizona House of Representatives & Senate publishes letter:the State of Arizona supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America


Rep. Daniel Hernandez, Jr. (2) – sponsored letter

Rep. Andrea Dalessandro (2) – signed letter

Rep. Andrés Cano (3) – signed letter

Rep. Alma Hernandez (3) – signed letter

Rep. Charlene R. Fernandez (4) – signed letter

Rep. Jasmine Blackwater-Nygren (7) – signed letter

Rep. Myron Tsosie (7) – signed letter

Rep. Randall Friese (9) – signed letter

Rep. Pamela Powers Hannley (9) – signed letter

House Minority Whip Rep. Domingo DeGrazia (10) – signed letter

Rep. Stephanie Stahl Hamilton (10) – signed letter

Rep. Jennifer Jermaine (18) – signed letter

Rep. Diego Espinoza (19) – signed letter

Rep. Lorenzo Sierra (19) – signed letter

Rep. Judy Schwiebert (20) – signed letter

House Assistant Minority Leader Rep. Jennifer L. Longdon (24) – signed letter

Rep. Amish Shah (24) – signed letter

Rep. Melody Hernandez (26) – signed letter

Rep. Athena Salman (26) – signed letter

House Minority Leader Rep. Reginald Bolding, Jr. (27) – signed letter

Rep. Diego Rodriguez (27) – signed letter

Rep. Richard C. Andrade (29) – signed letter

Rep. Robert Meza (30) – signed letter

Rep. Raquel Terán (30) – signed letter

Sen. Rosanna Gabaldon (2) – signed letter

Sen. Sally Ann Gonzales (3) – signed letter

Sen. Lisa Otondo (4) – signed letter

Senate Minority Whip Sen. Victoria Steele (9) – signed letter

Sen. Kirsten Engel (10) – signed letter

Sen. Lela Alston (24) – signed letter

Sen. Juan Mendez (26) – signed letter

Senate Minority Leader Sen. Rebecca Rios (27) – signed letter

Sen. Tony Navarrete (30) – signed letter



Delaware House of Representatives & Senate publishes letter: “The State of Delaware supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Rep. Madinah Wilson-Anton (26) – sponsored letter

Rep. Nnamdi O. Chukwuocha (1) – signed letter

Rep. Stephanie T. Bolden (2) – signed letter

Rep. Sherry Dorsey Walker (3) – signed letter

Rep. Gerald L. Brady (4) – signed letter

Rep. Kendra Johnson (5) – signed letter

Rep. Larry Lambert (7) – signed letter

Rep. Sherae'a Moore (8) – signed letter

House Majority Whip Rep. John L. Mitchell (13) – signed letter

Speaker of the House Rep. Peter C. Schwartzkopf (14) – signed letter

House Majority Leader Rep. Valerie Longhurst (15) – signed letter

Rep. Melissa Minor-Brown (17) – signed letter

Rep. David Bentz (18) – signed letter

Rep. Paul S. Baumbach (23) – signed letter

Rep. Edward S. Osienski (24) – signed letter

Rep. John A. Kowalko (25) – signed letter

Rep. Eric Morrison (27) – signed letter

Rep. William J. Carson (28) – signed letter

Rep. Sean M. Lynn (31) – signed letter

Sen. Sarah McBride (1) – signed letter

Senate Majority Whip Sen. S. Elizabeth Lockman (3) – signed letter

Sen. Kyle Evans Gay (5) – signed letter

President Pro Tempore of the Senate Sen. David P. Sokola (8) – signed letter

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Bryan Townsend (11) – signed letter

Sen. Marie Pinkney (13) – signed letter



Georgia Senate introduces SR166: “the members of this body support admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Sen. Emanuel Jones (10) – sponsored SR166

Sen. Nikki Merritt (9) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Freddie Sims (12) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Ed Harbison (15) – co-sponsored SR166

Senate Minority Whip Sen. Harold Jones II (22) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Michael ‘Doc’ Rhett (33) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Valencia Seay (34) – co-sponsored SR166

Senate Minority Caucus Secretary Sen. Nan Orrock (36) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Sonya Halpern (39) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Sally Harrell (40) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Kim Jackson (41) – co-sponsored SR166

Senate Minority Caucus Chair Sen. Elena Parent (42) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Tonya Anderson (43) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Gail Davenport (44) – co-sponsored SR166

Sen. Michelle Au (48) – co-sponsored SR166

Senate Minority Leader Sen. Gloria Butler (55) – co-sponsored SR166



Hawaii House of Representatives introduces HCR113 & Hawaii House of Representatives introduces HR91: “the State of Hawaii… supports the admission of the District of Columbia into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Rep. Matthew S. LoPresti (41) – sponsored HCR113 & HR91

Rep. Jeanne Kapela (5) – co-sponsored HCR113 & HR91

Rep. Nicole E. Lowen (6) – co-sponsored HCR113 & HR91

Rep. Tina Wildberger (11) – co-sponsored HCR113 & HR91

Rep. Nadine K. Nakamura (14) – co-sponsored HCR113 & HR91

Rep. Bertrand Kobayashi (19) – co-sponsored HCR113

Vice Speaker of the House Rep. John M. Mizuno (28) – co-sponsored HCR113 & HR91

Rep. Patrick Pihana Branco (50) – co-sponsored HCR113 & HR91



Hawaii Senate passes SCR62 & Hawaii Senate passes SR44: “the State of Hawaii supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Senate Assistant Majority Whip Sen. Gilbert Keith-Agaran (5) – sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Laura Acasio (1) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Joy A. San Buenaventura (2) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Dru Mamo Kanuha (3) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Senate Majority Whip Sen. Lorraine R. Inouye (4) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Rosalyn H. Baker (6) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 in committee, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Senate Majority Caucus Leader Sen. J. Kalani English (7) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

President of the Senate Sen. Ronald D. Kouchi (8) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Stanley Chang (9) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Senate Majority Policy Leader Sen. Les Ihara Jr. (10) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Senate Assistant Majority Whip Sen. Brian T. Taniguchi (11) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Sharonr Y. Moriwaka (12) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Karl Rhoads (13) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Glenn Wakai (15) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Bennette E. Misalucha (16) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Senate Assistant Majority Whip Sen. Clarence K. Nishihara (17) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 in committee, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Vice President of the Senate Sen. Michelle N. Kidani (18) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44

Senate Minority Leader, Minority Floor LeaderSen. Kurt Fevella (19) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 in committee, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Mike Gabbard (20) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Maile Shimabukuro (21) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Donovan M. Dela Cruz (22) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Senate Majority Floor Leader Sen. Jarrett Keohokalole (24) – voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor

Sen. Chris Lee (25) – co-sponsored SCR62 & SR44, voted for SCR62 & SR44 on floor


Click here to watch the Hawaii Senate Committee on Public Safety, Intergovernmental, and Military Affairs consider and vote on SCR62 & SR44 on Tuesday, March 23, 2021.

Click here to watch the Hawaii Senate consider and vote on SCR62 & SR44 on Wednesday, March 31, 2021.


Illinois House of Representatives passes HJR0016: “the State of Illinois supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


House Majority Whip Rep. Will Guzzardi (39) – sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Majority Whip Rep. Aaron Ortiz (1) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Majority Whip Rep. Theresa Mah (2) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Eva Dina Delgado (3) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Delia Ramirez (4) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Lamont Robinson, Jr. (5) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Sonya Harper (6) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Speaker of the House Rep. Emanuel Chris Welch (7) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. La Shawn Ford (8) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Lakesia Collins (9) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Jawaharial Williams (10) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Ann Williams (11) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Margaret Croke (12) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Majority Leader Rep. Gregory Harris (13) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Kelly Cassidy (14) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. John D'Amico (15) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Denyse Stoneback (16) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz (17) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Robyn Gabel (18) – voted for HJR0016 in committee, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Lindsey LaPointe (19) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Edgar Gonzalez, Jr. (21) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Angelica Guerrero-Cuellar (22) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Michael Zalewski (23) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Elizabeth Hernandez (24) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Curtis Tarver, II (25) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Majority Whip Rep. Kambium Buckner (26) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Justin Slaughter (27) – voted for HJR0016 in committee, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Robert Rita (28) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. William Davis (30) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Deputy Majority Leader Rep. Mary Flowers (31) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Cyril Nichols (32) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Marcus Evans, Jr. (33) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Nicholas Smith (34) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Frances Ann Hurley (35) – voted for HJR0016 in committee, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Kelly Burke (36) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Debbie Meyers-Martin (38) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Jaime Andrade, Jr. (40) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Janet Yang Rohr (41) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Anna Moeller (43) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Fred Crespo (44) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Majority Whip Rep. Deb Conroy (46) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Terra Costa Howard (48) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Maura Hirschauer (49) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Mark Walker (53) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Martin Moylan (55) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Michelle Mussman (56) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Jonathan Carroll (57) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Bob Morgan (58) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Daniel Didech (59) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Rita Mayfield (60) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Joyce Mason (61) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Sam Yingling (62) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Maurice West, II (67) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Dave Vella (68) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Joe Sosnowski (69) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

Rep. Michael Halpin (72) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Lance Yednock (76) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Kathleen Willis (77) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Camille Lilly (78) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Anthony DeLuca (80) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Anne Stava-Murray (81) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Barbara Hernandez (83) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Stephanie Kifowit (84) – voted for HJR0016 in committee, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Dagmara Avelar (85) – voted for HJR0016 in committee, voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Majority Whip Rep. Lawrence Walsh, Jr. (86) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Tim Butler (87) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

House Deputy Majority Leader Rep. Jehan Gordon-Booth (92) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Sue Scherer (96) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Natalie Manley (98) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Mike Murphy (99) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

House Majority Conference Chair Rep. Carol Ammons (103) – co-sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. Katie Stuart (112) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

House Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Jay Hoffman (113) – voted for HJR0016 on floor

Rep. LaToya Greenwood (114) – voted for HJR0016 on floor


Click here to listen to the Illinois House of Representatives State Government Administration Committee consider and vote on HJR0016 on Wednesday, April 28, 2021.


Click here to listen to the Illinois House of Representatives consider and vote on HJR0016 on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.



Illinois Senate introduces HJR0016: “the State of Illinois supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Sen. Laura M. Murphy (28) – sponsored HJR0016, voted for HJR0016 in committee

Senate Assistant Majority Leader Sen. Antonio Muñoz (1) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

Senate Majority Caucus Whip Sen. Omar Aquino (2) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

Senate Majority Caucus Chair Sen. Mattie Hunter (3) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Kimberly Lightford (4) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

Sen. Patricia Van Pelt (5) – co-sponsored HJR0016

Senate Majority Caucus Whip Sen. Napoleon Harris, III (15) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

Senate Assistant Majority Leader Sen. Jacqueline Y. Collins (16) – co-sponsored HJR0016

President Pro Tempore of the Senate Sen. Bill Cunningham (18) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

Senate Majority Caucus Whip Sen. Michael Hastings (19) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

Sen. Cristina Castro (22) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

President of the Senate Sen. Don Harmon (39) – voted for HJR0016 in committee

Senate Assistant Majority Leader Sen. Linda Holmes (42) – voted for HJR0016 in committee


Click here to view the Illinois Senate Executive Committee vote on HJR0016 on Wednesday, May 26, 2021.



Kentucky House of Representatives introduces HCR68: “the Commonwealth of Kentucky supports the admission of Washington, D.C. into the union as a state of the United States of America”


Rep. Pamela Stevenson (43) – sponsored HCR68

Rep. Tina Bojanowski (32) – co-sponsored HCR68

Rep. Lisa Willner (35) – co-sponsored HCR68

Rep. Attica Scott (41) – co-sponsored HCR68

Rep. George Brown Jr. (77) – co-sponsored HCR68



Louisiana Senate introduces SR209:Louisiana does hereby memorialize the Congress of the United States to admit Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America


Sen. Karen Carter Peterson (5) – sponsored SR209



Maine House of Representatives & Senate publishes letter:the State of Maine supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America


Rep. Kyle Bailey (27) – sponsored letter

Rep. Kristi Mathieson (1) – signed letter

Rep. Tiffany D Roberts (6) – signed letter

Rep. Christopher W. Babbidge (8) – signed letter

Rep. Traci Gere (9) – signed letter

Speaker of the House Rep. Ryan Fecteau (11) – signed letter

Rep. Erin Sheehan (12) – signed letter

Rep. Lynn H. Copeland (14) – signed letter

Rep. Maggie O'Neil (15) – signed letter

Rep. Maureen Terry (26) – signed letter

Rep. Sophia B. Warren (29) – signed letter

Rep. Rebecca Millett (30) – signed letter

Rep. Lois Galgay Reckitt (31) – signed letter

Rep. Morgan Rielly (34) – signed letter

Rep. Grayson Lookner (37) – signed letter

Rep. Barb Wood (38) – signed letter

Rep. Mike Sylvester (39) – signed letter

House Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Rachel Talbot Ross (40) – signed letter

Rep. Sam Zager (41) – signed letter

Rep. Benjamin T Collings (42) – signed letter

Rep. Arthur Bell (47) – signed letter

Rep. Melanie Sachs (48) – signed letter

Rep. Poppy Arford (49) – signed letter

Rep. Jay McCreight (51) – signed letter

Rep. Sean Paulhus (52) – signed letter

Rep. Denise Tepler (54) – signed letter

Rep. Seth Berry (55) – signed letter

Rep. Margaret M Craven (59) – signed letter

Rep. Heidi E. Brooks (61) – signed letter

Rep. Tavis Rock Hasenfus (81) – signed letter

Rep. Thom Harnett (83) – signed letter

Rep. Charlotte Warren (84) – signed letter

Rep. Donna Doore (85) – signed letter

Rep. Lydia Crafts (90) – signed letter

Rep. Jeffrey Evangelos (91) – signed letter

Rep. Ann Matlack (92) – signed letter

Rep. Valli Geiger (93) – signed letter

Rep. Victoria Doudera (94) – signed letter

Rep. Stanley Paige Zeigler (96) – signed letter

Rep. Jan Dodge (97) – signed letter

Rep. Scott Cuddy (98) – signed letter

Rep. Colleen Madigan (110) – signed letter

Rep. Richard A. Evans MD (120) – signed letter

Rep. Laurie Osher (123) – signed letter

Rep. Amy Roeder (125) – signed letter

Rep. Kevin O'Connell (128) – signed letter

Rep. Nicole Grohoski (132) – signed letter

Rep. Sarah Pebworth (133) – signed letter

Rep. Genevieve McDonald (134) – signed letter

Rep. Lynne Williams (135) – signed letter

Rep. Danny Martin (150) – signed letter

President of the Senate Sen. Troy Jackson (1) – signed letter

Sen. Joseph M Baldacci (9) – signed letter

Sen. Dave Miramant (12) – signed letter

Sen. Craig Hickman (14) – signed letter

Sen. Ned Claxton (20) – signed letter

Sen. Nate Libby (21) – signed letter

Sen. Ben Chipman (27) – signed letter

Sen. Heather Sanborn (28) – signed letter

Sen. Anne Carney (29) – signed letter

Sen. Stacy Brenner (30) – signed letter

Sen. Donna Bailey (31) – signed letter



Michigan House of Representatives introduces HCR12: “we support admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Rep. Cynthia Johnson (5) – sponsored HCR12

Rep. Tenisha Yancey (1) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Abraham Aiyash (4) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Helena Scott (7) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Stephanie Young (8) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Mary Cavanagh (10) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Alex Garza (12) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Abdullah Hammoud (15) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Darrin Camilleri (23) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Nate Shannon (25) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Jim Ellison (26) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Regina Weiss (27) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Brenda Carter (29) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. William Sowerby (31) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Kelly Breen (38) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Padma Kuppa (41) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Tim Sneller (50) – co-sponsored HCR12

House Minority Leader Rep. Donna Lasinski (52) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Felicia Brabec (55) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Christine Morse (61) – co-sponsored HCR12

Rep. Rachel Hood (76) – co-sponsored HCR12



Minnesota House of Representatives introduces HF2574 & Minnesota House of Representatives introduces HF2457 & Minnesota House of Representatives introduces HR6: “the State of Minnesota… supports... admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a State of the United States of America”


Rep. Mike Freiberg (45B) – sponsored HF2574, sponsored HF2457 & co-sponsored HR6

Rep. Jay Xiong (67B) – sponsored HR6 & co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Liz Boldon (25B) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Tina Liebling (26A) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Kristin Bahner (34B) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Cedrick Frazier (45A) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Liz Reyer (51B) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Rick Hansen (52A) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Jamie Long (61B) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Aisha Gomez (62B) – co-sponsored HR6

Rep. Jim Davnie (63A) – co-sponsored HF2457

Rep. Dave Pinto (64B) – co-sponsored HF2457



New York Senate introduces J813: “the State of New York supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”

Sen. James Sanders, Jr. (10) – sponsored J813

Senate Majority Conference Secretary Sen. Roxanne Persaud (19) – co-sponsored J813



North Carolina House of Representatives introduces HJR630: “The State of North Carolina supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America”

Rep. Mary Belk (88) – sponsored HJR630

Rep. Kandie Smith (8) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Allison Dahle (11) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Minority Whip Rep. Deb Butler (18) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Minority Whip Rep. Raymond Smith, Jr. (21) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Marcia Morey (30) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Zack Hawkins (31) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Rosa Gill (33) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Cynthia Ball (49) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Graig Meyer (50) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Verla Insko (56) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Minority Whip Rep. Amos Quick, III (58) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Cecil Brockman (60) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Pricey Harrison (61) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Ricky Hurtado (63) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Evelyn Terry (71) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Amber Baker (72) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Freshman Caucus Co-Chair Rep. Terry Brown Jr. (92) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. John Autry (100) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Carolyn Logan (101) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Wesley Harris, PhD (105) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. Kelly Alexander, Jr. (107) – co-sponsored HJR630

House Minority Whip Rep. Susan Fisher (114) – co-sponsored HJR630

Rep. John Ager (115) – co-sponsored HJR630



Northern Mariana Islands House of Representatives passes HJR22-6: "the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America"


Rep. Christina Marie E. Sablan (2) – sponsored HJR22-6, voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Roy Christopher A. Ada (1) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Celina R. Babauta (1) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Angel A. Demapan (1) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Joseph A. Flores (1) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Joseph Lee Pan T. Guerrero (1) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Edwin K. Propst (1) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. John Paul P. Sablan (2) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Ivan A. Blanco (3) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Vicente C. Camacho (3) – co-sponsored HJR22-6, voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Vice Speaker of the House Rep. Blas Jonathan “BJ” Tenorio Attao (3) – co-sponsored HJR22-6, voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Speaker of the House Rep. Edmund S. Villagomez (3) – co-sponsored HJR22-6, voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Denita K. Yangetmai (3) – co-sponsored HJR22-6, voted for HJR22-6 on floor

House Floor Leader Rep. Ralph N. Yumul (3) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Sheila J. Babauta (4) – co-sponsored HJR22-6, voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Joel C. Camacho (4) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Richard T. Lizama (5) – co-sponsored HJR22-6, voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Leila C. Staffler (5) – co-sponsored HJR22-6, voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Patrick H. San Nicolas (6) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor

Rep. Donald M. Manglona (7) – voted for HJR22-6 on floor


Click here to watch the Northern Mariana Islands House of Representatives consider and vote on HJR22-6 on Friday, May 28, 2021.



Northern Mariana Islands Senate introduces HJR22-6: "the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America"



Oregon Senate introduces SJM6: “the State of Oregon supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Sen. Chris Gorsek (25) – sponsored SJM6

Sen. Chuck Riley (15) – co-sponsored SJM6

Senate Majority Whip Sen. Lew Frederick (22) – co-sponsored SJM6



Pennsylvania House of Representatives introduces HR102: “the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania urge the Congress of the United States to admit Washington, DC, as the 51st state of the United States of America”


Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta (181) – sponsored HR102

Rep. Peter Schweyer (22) – co-sponsored HR102

House Minority Caucus Chairperson Rep. Dan L. Miller (42) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Dan K. Williams (74) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Carol Hill-Evans (95) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. P. Michael Sturla (96) – co-sponsored HR102

House Minority Caucus Administrator Rep. Michael H. Schlossberg (132) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Steve Samuelson (135) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Tim Briggs (149) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Benjamin V. Sanchez (153) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Napoleon J. Nelson (154) – co-sponsored HR102

Rep. Melissa L. Shusterman (157) – co-sponsored HR102



Rhode Island House of Representatives introduces H5609: “the State of Rhode Island… supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a State of the United States of America”


Rep. Rebecca Kislak (4) – sponsored H5609

Rep. Edith H. Ajello (1) – co-sponsored H5609

Rep. Brandon C. Potter (16) – co-sponsored H5609

Rep. June Speakman (68) – co-sponsored H5609

Rep. Susan Donovan (69) – co-sponsored H5609

Rep. Terri Cortvriend (72) – co-sponsored H5609

Rep. Deborah Ruggiero (74) – co-sponsored H5609

Rep. Lauren H. Carson (75) – co-sponsored H5609


Click here to watch the Rhode Island House of Representatives Committee on Judiciary consider H5609 on Wednesday, March 24, 2021.


Rhode Island Senate passes S0751: “the State of Rhode Island… supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a State of the United States of America”


Sen. Bridget Valverde (35) – sponsored S0751

Sen. Gayle L. Goldin (3) – co-sponsored S0751

17+ Senators by voice vote


Click here to watch the Rhode Island Senate consider and vote on S0751 on Tuesday, March 30, 2021.


Vermont House of Representatives introduces JRH4: “the State of Vermont supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the union as a state of the United States of America”


Rep. Rebecca White (Windsor 4-2) – sponsored JRH4


Click here to watch the Vermont House of Representatives Committee on Government Operations consider JRH4 on Friday, April 23, 2021.



Washington Senate introduces SJM8005: “the state of Washington support admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


Senate Majority Floor Leader Sen. Marko Liias (21) – sponsored SJM8005

Sen. Sam Hunt (22) – co-sponsored SJM8005

Sen. Lisa Wellman (41) – co-sponsored SJM8005

Sen. Patty Kuderer (48) – co-sponsored SJM8005



Wisconsin Senate introduces SJR62:the State of Wisconsin supports admitting Washington, D.C., into the Union as a state of the United States of America


Sen. Kelda Roys (26) – sponsored SJR62

Sen. Tim Carpenter (3) – co-sponsored SJR62

Sen. Lena Taylor (4) – co-sponsored SJR62

Sen. Chris Larson (7) – co-sponsored SJR62

Senate Minority Caucus Vice-Chair Sen. Melissa Agard (16) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. LaKeshia Myers (12) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Supreme Moore Omokunde (17) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Jonathan Brostoff (19) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Sue Conley (44) – co-sponsored SJR62

Assembly Minority Caucus Chair Rep. Mark Spreitzer (45) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Gary Hebl (46) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Jimmy Anderson (47) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Samba Baldeh (48) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Lee Snodgrass (57) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Francesca Hong (76) – co-sponsored SJR62

Assembly Minority Caucus Vice-Chair Rep. Lisa Subeck (78) – co-sponsored SJR62

Assembly Assistant Minority Leader Rep. Dianne Hesselbein (79) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Sondy Pope (80) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Dave Considine (81) – co-sponsored SJR62

Rep. Kristina Shelton (90) – co-sponsored SJR62



West Virginia House of Delegates introduces HR23: “the State of West Virginia supports admitting Washington, D.C. into the Union as a state of the United States of America”


House Assistant Minority Whip Del. Cody Thompson (43) – sponsored HR23

Del. Ric Griffith (19) – co-sponsored HR23

Del. Kayla Young (35) – co-sponsored HR23

Del. Jim Barach (36) – co-sponsored HR23

Del. Mike Pushkin (37) – co-sponsored HR23



Other Legislation & Letters

1935 – California Assembly introduces AJR7: “the President and the Congress of the United States is hereby respectfully urged to set in motion the machinery for correcting this present un-American condition of the residents of the District of Columbia by submitting to the States for ratification the constitutional amendment enabling Congress to make it possible for residents of the District of Columbia to vote for President, Vice President, and Representatives of Congress”


1993California Assembly introduces AJR3:the Legislature of the State of California respectfully memorializes the President and Congress to extend statehood to Washington, D.C.


2001 – Illinois House of Representatives introduces HR0390: “we encourage legislature throughout this nation to express support for the people of the District of Columbia in their campaign to right an historic wrong and realize fully the promise of American democracy”


2008 – New Hampshire House of Representatives introduces HR26: “the New Hampshire house of representatives formally declares its support for full representative democracy for all United States citizens, including the residents of the District of Columbia”


2010 – Tennessee House of Representatives introduces HJR743: “we hereby urge the United States Congress to recognize and guarantee to the citizens of the District of Columbia their fundamental right to voting legislation and to support legislation granting the same”


2012 – Florida House of Representatives introduces HM1219 & Florida Senate introduces SM1446: “the Legislature formally declares its support for admitting the District of Columbia as the 51st state of the United States of America”


2012 – New Hampshire House of Representatives introduces HR26: “the New Hampshire house of representatives declares its support for admitting the District of Columbia as the fifty-first State of the United States of America”


2013 – Hawaii House of Representatives introduces HR81/Hawaii House of Representatives passes HCR106 & Hawaii Senate introduces SR96/Hawaii Senate passes SCR135: “members of the 113th United States Congress are urged to enact federal legislation or propose a constitutional amendment granting full voting rights to residents of the District of Columbia”


2013 – South Carolina House of Representatives introduces H3178: “the members of the South Carolina House of Representatives, by this resolution, respectfully memorialize Congress to enact legislation granting full democracy and statehood for the District of Columbia that will guarantee to the residents of the District of Columbia full Congressional voting representation, budget autonomy, and all of the rights that the people of the fifty United States enjoy”


2014 – New Hampshire House of Representatives passes HR21: “the New Hampshire house of representatives declares its support for the right of residents of the District of Columbia to be fully represented in the Congress of the United States of America”


2014 – New Jersey General Assembly introduces ACR126 & New Jersey Senate introduces SCR73: “The Legislature of the State of New Jersey urges the United States Congress to pass legislation providing for the admission of the District of Columbia as the 51st state of the United States of America under the name ‘New Columbia’”


2016 – Hawaii Senate passes SCR34: “members of the United states Congress are urged to enact federal legislation or propose a constitutional amendment granting budget autonomy, legislative autonomy, and statehood to the District of Columbia”


2016 – New Jersey General Assembly introduces ACR178: “The Legislature of the State of New Jersey urges the United States Congress to pass legislation providing for the admission of the District of Columbia as the 51st state of the United States of America”


2016 – Vermont House of Representatives introduces JRH019: “the General Assembly urges Congress to support statehood and all accompanying legal rights and privileges for the District of Columbia”


2019 – Maryland House of Delegates introduces HRJ0007: “the members of the United States Congress are urged to enact federal legislation or propose a constitutional amendment granting legislative autonomy and statehood to the District of Columbia”


2020 – Guam Legislature introduces 335-35: I Liheslaturan Guahan supports statehood for the people of Washington, D.C. to govern themselves without congressional interference and call upon the United States Congress and the American people to make Washington, D.C. the 51st State in the United States of America


2020 – Maryland House of Delegates introduces HRJ0008: “the members of the United States Congress are urged to enact federal legislation or propose a constitutional amendment granting legislative autonomy and statehood to the District of Columbia”


2020 – New Hampshire House of Representatives introduces HJR4: “the members of the United States Congress are urged to enact federal legislation or propose a constitutional amendment granting legislative autonomy and statehood to the District of Columbia”


2021 – Arizona House of Representatives passes HCR2035 & Arizona Senate introduces HCR2035: “the Members of the Legislature oppose H.R. 51 and any subsequent enactment of the terms of this proposal and implore the Members of the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate to oppose the same”


2021 – Maryland House of Delegates introduces HJ0005: “the members of the United States Congress are urged to enact federal legislation or propose a constitutional amendment granting legislative autonomy and statehood to the District of Columbia”


2021 – Michigan House of Representatives introduces HCR9: we urge the United States Congress to enact legislation returning the residential areas of the District of Columbia back to the state of Maryland


2021 – Missouri House of Representatives introduces HCR40: “the members of the House of Representatives of the One Hundred First General Assembly, First Regular Session, the Senate concurring therein, hereby urge Congress to admit the District of Columbia as the fifty-first state of the Union”


2021 – South Dakota House of Representatives passes SCR601 & South Dakota Senate passes SCR601: “the Legislature urges the members of South Dakota’s congressional delegation to vote against any act admitting the district of Columbia as separate state, on the grounds that such an action is illegitimate and unnecessary”


2021 – West Virginia House of Delegates & West Virginia Senate publishes letter: “We the members of the West Virginia Legislature, on behalf of our constituents, urge you to stand firmly against any and all efforts to admit the District of Columbia as the 51st State of the United States of America”


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In the News – The D.C. Statehood Compact

“In less than two months, lawmakers in at least nine states have taken formal steps to support or oppose D.C. becoming the 51st state, an unprecedented nationwide response to a once-fledgling movement now surging with momentum in Washington.”

Washington Post – February 26, 2021

“The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaiʻi (“ACLU of Hawaiʻi”) writes in support of S.C.R. 62/S.R. 44, which urges Congress to enact federal legislation granting statehood to Washington, D.C.”

HI ACLU – March 23, 2021

“I am writing to you on behalf of the League of Women Voters of Rhode Island to show our strong support for H 5609.”

RI LWV – March 24, 2021

"Across the country, state legislators... have introduced resolutions in support of D.C. statehood, which demonstrates an important increase in the kind of nationwide support we need to make D.C. statehood a reality.”

DC ACLU – April 9, 2021

“Some states are also weighing in, both for and against D.C. statehood. In Georgia, where this year’s legislative session ended late last month, a group of Senate Democrats floated a resolution urging Congress to grant D.C. statehood, but the measure went nowhere in the GOP-controlled Legislature.”


Georgia Recorder - April 13, 2021

“The ACLU of RI is appreciative of the opportunity to provide testimony in support of this resolution which would support federal legislation for the granting of statehood to Washington, D.C.”

RI ACLU – March 24, 2021

Illinois House votes to endorse ‘abolition amendment,’ D.C. statehood

It’s on to the Illinois Senate for House Joint Resolution 16 to support the statehood for the District of Columbia. The measure passed 71 to 42 Wednesday. Supporters said residents in DC need representation.”


The Center Square - May 6, 2021

"Every member of our state legislature, every member of the U.S. Congress, and every person who believes in our Democracy and equal rights should support D.C. statehood. Thank you for your consideration, and we respectfully ask the committee to approve JRH 4 to demonstrate this legislature’s support for D.C. statehood."

VT ACLU - April 20, 2021

"A day after the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would make Washington, D.C., the 51st state, members of the Vermont House of Representatives pored over a joint resolution urging Congress to make it happen."

VTDigger - April 25, 2021

"Senators and Representatives in the Delaware General Assembly, have signed onto a letter that is posted below that urges Senators Carper and Coons and Congresswoman Rochester to continue fighting for the passage of the DC Statehood Bill in the Senate."

Blue Delaware - May 26, 2021

"House Joint Resolution 16 addresses a serious flaw in our democracy — the lack of meaningful representation for the more than 700,000 residents of the District of Columbia."

IL ACLU - May 26, 2021

"The ACLU urges the legislature to adopt SJR 62 and call on Congress to enact federal legislation to grant D.C. Statehood."

WI ACLU - October 5, 2021

What’s Arizona got to do with D.C. statehood? A lot, actually.

Granting statehood to the people of D.C. and having a U.S. Senate that looks more like America would help realize our collective dreams of sending our children to good public schools, having access to affordable healthy food, and living in a safe and clean environment. That’s why I was one of 33 legislators who signed on to a letter in support of the cause.

AZ Rep. Athena Salman via:

AZ MirrorJuly 7, 2021

Arizona Daily Press – July 12, 2021

Healthy Family News – July 12, 2021

“Thirty-three Democratic state senators and House members are calling on the state’s congressional delegation to support Washington, D.C., statehood, in advance of a June 22 U.S. Senate hearing on the topic.”

Arizona Capitol Times – June 18, 2021

The ACLU of RI is appreciative of the opportunity to provide testimony in support of this resolution which would support federal legislation for the granting of statehood to Washington, D.C.... We urge the passage of this resolution which would importantly signify our state’s solidarity in the campaign for Washington, D.C. statehood.

RI ACLU – March 3, 2022

HI ACLU Supports House Concurrent Resolution 167 & House Resolution 167 & Senate Concurrent Resolution 195

Every member of our state legislature, every member of the U.S. Congress, and every person who believes in democracy and equal rights should support D.C. statehood. Thank you for the opportunity to submit testimony in support...

HI ACLU (HCR167) – March 23, 2022

HI ACLU (HR167) – March 23, 2022

HI ACLU (SCR195 Senate) March 29, 2022

HI ACLU (SCR195 House) April 13, 2022

We will speak with Meagan Flynn, a Metro reporter at The Washington Post, and Noah Wills, the organizer of The DC Statehood Pledge and The DC Statehood Compact, to see where we stand as we head into the midterm elections.


BBS Radio TV - August 21, 2022

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