LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Senate recorded 370 roll call votes in 2019, and Sen. Kevin Daley was in attendance to cast a vote on every one of them.
“I am honored that the people across the 31st Senate District placed their trust in me to represent their voice in the state Capitol,” said Daley, R-Lum. “Nothing gets done if you don’t show up to work. I take this responsibility seriously and was sure to be present for each vote.”
Daley was one of 24 senators and 76 representatives who did not miss any votes in 2019.
“It was a difficult year, especially for our district. We faced some tough hurdles along the way, but I was sure to be in Lansing fighting to lower auto insurance rates and keep the Caro Center where it belongs, while also working to stop the governor’s proposed tax increases,” Daley said. “Millions of people across the state are expected to be at work every day and we as elected officials are expected to do the same.”