LANSING, Mich. — For the seventh year in a row, state Sen. Joe Hune, R-Fowlerville, maintained a perfect record of voting attendance.
“In business or sports, when someone doesn’t show up to work, the whole team suffers,” Hune said. “The Legislature is not much different; we rely on each other to help tackle the important issues that our voters care about.”
Last year, the Senate had 622 roll call votes, bringing Hune’s total number of uninterrupted votes to 5,646 — the longest streak in the Senate by 650.
“You elected me to an office of public service; it’s my duty to represent you,” Hune added. “Luckily it’s also my pleasure, and every day I feel blessed to come to work and represent Michigan’s 22nd District.”
Hune was one of 14 senators who did not miss any votes in 2017. A full record of votes is available at www.MichiganVotes.org/MissedVotes.aspx.