The School Bus Law: A Case Study in Education, Religion, and Politics

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APPENDIX II
The Influence of Constituency

The vote on Senate Bill 872 in the 1957 Connecticut House of Representatives; the vote of members from towns with Catholic schools compared with the vote of members from towns without Catholic schools.

The Vote on Passage of Senate Bill 872
(A "yea" vote favored the "school bus bill.")
Number
ofTotal
TownsVotesAbs.YeaNay
Towns with Catholic schools5010317923
Towns without Catholic schools1191761155110
TOWNS WITH CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
Town andVote onTown andVote on
MemberPassageMemberPassage
(Democratsof S.B. 872(Democratsof S.B. 872
in italic)YeaNayin italic)YeaNay
Ansonia Bristol
Pepe, P. A.YKrawieckiY
Palmer, E. F.NFitzgeraldY
BloomfieldDanbury
BitzerNKeaneY
Carpenter, S. B.NNovacoY
BridgeportDeep River
ArnoldYLaPlaceN
D'AmicolYLarsonN
DerbyNaugatuck
Pepe, F. H.YRatkeivichY
CaldwellYRosaY
East HartfordNew Britain
BurkeYGoogelY
Warren, L. B.YBadolatoY
EnfieldNew Canaan
CrombieYCunninghamN
JavorskiYHall, C. W.Y
FairfieldNew Hartford
PopeYEddyY
JamesNGoldbeckY
GreenwichNew Haven
DouglassNCookN
MatthewsNTomasinoY
GriswoldNew London
GwiazdowskiYCushmanY
LibertyYDreyfusY
HamdenNew Milford
HydeNAmblerY
KielwasserYNobleY
Hartford Norwalk
KerriganYPadulaY
GirouardYShostakY
Killingly Norwich
KesarisNDugasY
SorelY MackenzieY
ManchesterPlainfield
Warren, R. S.YDeMuthY
RogersNMopsikY
MeridenPomfret
AustinYBosworthY
FemiaY HoweY
Middletown Portland
BouteillerYO'BrienY
ClearyYWatsonY
MilfordPutnam
ElkerNLewisY
ToulsonNShepardAbs.
RidgefieldWallingford
DraperYBennettY
KeelerYFarnamN
SheltonWaterbury
TaylorNGrizeY
WinnickYJonesN
Sprague Watertown
PapineauYRussellY
Stafford TylerY
DicksonYWest Hartford
MuzioYSheehanY
StamfordSchwolskyN
ClarkeYWest Haven
GivensYGilhulyY
StoningtonSwansonY
AllynN Westport
PerryNFerneY
StratfordMackieN
ProkopY Winchester
Smyth, W. J.YHuttonY
ThompsonO'ConnorY
BlanchetteYWindham
La FleurYHannaY
TorringtonKucharskiY
FaheyY Windsor Locks
PiscitelliYGragnolatiY
TrumbullGreeneY
BlackmanYTotalsAbs. Yea Nay
EielsonY103 votes1 79 23
Vernon
WellesY
BatemanN
AndoverCanterbury
CovellNFrinkN
AshfordGrabAbs.
BartokY Canton
ZamboYSweetonN
AvonChaplin
AugustNLucasY
BarkhamstedCheshire
LavieriYAndrewsY
RobertsYSuarezY
Beacon Falls Chester
O'SheaYWatrousN
BerlinClinton
ClappNElliottN
EllsworthY Colchester
BethanyCohenY
TurnerNStandishY
BethelColebrook
ReedNPruynY
StreamanY Smith, E. W.Y
Bethlehem Columbia
HuntN Williams, L. H.N
BoltonCornwall
GagliardoneYCalhounN
Bozrah Clark, H. L.N
WinchesterN Coventry
BranfordMillerN
HammerN Smith, R. F.N
YoungAbs.Cromwell
BridgewaterHambrockY
AndersonNBrookfield
Darien
PinneyNFarmerN
BrooklynFrateY
StrunkN Durham
Burlington MurrayY
HoganY NewtonN
CanaanEastford
DaviesNPiperN
East GranbyGuilford
SeymourNDudleyY
East HaddamMcAdamN
BallekYHaddam
HatfieldYCarpenter, L. T.N
East HamptonVonHagenN
BlankenbillerYHampton
HallberYStoneN
East HavenHartland
CroumeyN Hall, J. B.Y
MautteyY Martin, L. B.Y
East LymeHarwinton
ManwaringNBentleyN
EastonDelayN
SvihraN
East WindsorHebron
StolleNLinksN
WoolamN Smith, E. H.N
EllingtonKent
WraightNCadyN
EssexKillingworth
ComstockN Carlson, G. A.N
FarmingtonSaglioN
NoyesN Lebanon
RobothamNNourseN
FranklinPultzN
KingsleyNLedyard
GlastonburyRowleyN
BarnettN Lisbon
GoodhueAbs.MaynardY
GoshenLitchfield
ConlonAbs.
VaillAbs.LesterN
GranbyMarstersN
AllisonYLyme
WolcottYBeebeN
GrotonBrevillierN
BrownY Madison
WoodNCairnsN
MansfieldOld Sybrook
RichardsNFairbankN
Smith, E. 0.NOrange
MarlboroughMartin, E. W.N
LordYWrightN
Middlebury Oxford
GrayNMayburyN
MiddlefieldPlainville
LombardoYKoskoffN
MonroeVillardiY
KissamN Plymouth
MontvilleOelschlegelY
RadgowskiYPrattN
Morris Preston
IvesNFlemingN
New Fairfield MansfieldN
BaggsNProspect
Newington HarrisonY
BensonNRedding
MortensenYCarlson, A.N
NewtownMarshN
Curtis, S. F.YRocky Hill
TerrellNLittle Abs.
NorfolkRustY
RobertsonNRoxbury
ZanobiYBeattyN
Salem
North BranfordPloszajY
Williams, S. T.Abs.Salisbury
North CanaanNashN
MayNPaavolaN
North Haven Scotland
CiprianoYMoseley
NorthNSeymour
North StoningtonDriscollY
LeeNFosdickN
WhiteNSharon
Old LymeLuceN
PattersonNPearsonY
Sherman Washington
OsbornNKennedyY
SimsburyQuinlanN
GerstonY Waterford
WallaceYBascom
SomersMcCartinY
PhillipsNWestbrook
StrekasNSchlossbachAbs.
Southbury Weston
PlattNLupton
SouthingtonWethersfield
Curtiss, E. F.NBuddN
ParlimanNWilcox
South WindsorWillington
Hall, G. H.Abs.
BucklandAbs.RepkoN
SterlingWilton
ArcandYDonaldsonY
Suffield Windsor
KurasYD'AddarioY
ProutNGustafsonN
ThomastonWolcott
InnesNMattsonY
TollandWoodbridge
CloughNVestalN
MetcalfNWoodbury
UnionCowlesN
PallanckAbs.CronkN
PlusninNWoodstock
VoluntownPeshmalyanN
Palmer, B. G.YPittN
Warren--------------------------------------------------------------
TotalsAbs. YeaNay
AngevineN176 votes11 55110

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