LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Senate recorded 642 roll call votes in 2015, and Sen. Ken Horn was present for each one.
“Voting during session is one of the most significant responsibilities we have as lawmakers,” said Horn, R-Frankenmuth. “The residents of my district expect me to be at work, doing my job. I’ve always considered it an honor and a privilege to serve in Lansing, and the people who sent me here deserve nothing less.”
Of Michigan’s 38 senators, 14 had perfect voting records in 2015, an increase from five senators who had perfect records in 2014.
“Last year we were faced with many difficult decisions. It was my duty as an elected official to make sure the 32nd District was represented during each of those crucial choices,” Horn said. “Looking ahead to 2016, we must continue the path we are on and commit to doing whatever it takes to help keep Michigan on the road to prosperity.”
Horn’s voting record can be verified at www.michiganvotes.org.