LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Senate recorded 632 roll call votes in 2020, and Sen. Kevin Daley was in attendance to cast a vote on every one of them.
“I was elected to do a job, and nothing gets done if you don’t show up to work,” said Daley, R-Lum. “Millions of people across the state are expected to be at work every day, and we as elected officials should be expected to do the same.”
Daley announced Tuesday morning that he earned a perfect voting record in 2020 — his second time accomplishing a perfect voting record since becoming a state senator two years ago.
Daley was one of 12 senators who did not miss any votes this year. A full recording of missed votes is available at www.MichiganVotes.org/MissedVotes.aspx.
“Voting on policies that shape Michigan’s future is one of our core duties as lawmakers, and it is a responsibility I take quite seriously,” Daley said. “It has been my honor to represent each of you in Lansing, and my commitment to the residents of Michigan’s Thumb and Bay Area regions will continue with each vote I take in 2021.”