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Analysis of FCHR Commission Voting | By Executive Director

(as of 3/31/2022)
Numeric Form (#,###)
Percent Form (%)

### Year C D Total
501Ronald M. McElrath303
502Derick Daniel3,249123,258
503Kranert/Wilson1170117
504Michelle Wilson1,59321,595
505Cheyanne Costilla2910291
---Total5,253145,267
### Year C D Total
501Ronald M. McElrath100.00%0.00%100.00%
502Derick Daniel99.63%0.37%100.00%
503Kranert/Wilson100.00%0.00%100.00%
504Michelle Wilson99.87%0.13%100.00%
505Cheyanne Costilla100.00%0.00%100.00%
---Total99.70%0.25%99.94%
"C" = votes of concurrence
"D" = votes of dissent

* Almost all of Ronald M. McElrath's regime is missing from this dataset (please see disclaimer)
graph of FCHR commission voting by executive director Analysis: Almost all commissioner discretion occurred under director Daniel (12 out of 14 dissenting votes)

Analysis: Derick Daniel's reign accounted for 62% of total FCHR voting, and 86% of dissenting votes

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