Term-Limits Extension Passes

The vote is still going on, but the 26th vote was just cast by Tom White–who was term limited in 2001 and came back into office in 2005. Here’s the (lightly annotated) roll call:

Addabbo-N
Arroyo-Y
Avella-N
Baez-Y
Barron-N (Bloomberg’s “legacy is tainted,” he said.)
Brewer-N
Como-N (Also voted against the amendment to send this to the voters.)
Comrie-Y
De Blasio-N
Dickens-Y
Dilan-Y
Eugene-N
Felder-Y
Fidler-Y
Foster-Y
Garodnick-N
Genanro-N
Gentile-N
Gerson-Y
Gioia-N
Gonzalez-Y
Ignizio-N
Jackson-Y
James-N (“The issue is whether we respect the Democratic process.”)
Katz-Y
Koppell-Y
Lappin-N (She also voted against the amendment.)
Liu-N
Viverito-N
Martinez-Y (“My vote here is not a vote for the mayor.”)
McMahon-N
Mealy-Y (She was a no vote previously, and the Working Families Party, which supported her, is strongly against it.)
Mendez-N
Monserrate-N
Nelson-Y
Palma-N
Recchia-Y
Reyna-Y
Sanders-Y (He was the only member to abstain on the amendment vote)
Seabrook-Y (“Term limits run smack dab into the heart of the civil rights movement, and against it.”)
Sears-Y
Stewart-Y (“What are they thinking when they say we have to return this back to the people?”)
Vacca-Y (Someone from the audience yelled, “Sell out!”)
Vallone-Y
Vann-Y
Weprin-N
White-Y (“I was term-limited and I came back.”)

UPDATE: The final tally is 29 yes votes and 22 no votes. In addition to the members listed above:

Yassky-Y
Oddo-N
Rivera-Y
Quinn-Y

Term-Limits Extension Passes