State Representative Laura Hoydick (R-120) has earned a one-hundred-percent voting record for all roll call votes taken on the floor of the House of Representatives during the 2012 Regular Session.
The House Clerk's Office released the data on members' votes this week.
"Some sessions it is harder to maintain a perfect voting record than others," noted Hoydick, who serves as Ranking Member on the legislature's Energy Committee.
"This was an unusually busy session compared to other short-session years with a number of large issues being addressed including repeal of the death penalty and debate over budget adjustments," Hoydick said. "I am proud to have been there to represent the residents of my district on every vote."
A perfect attendance is a very difficult thing to achieve, and less than 20 percent of her colleagues in the House were able to attain it this year.
The next regular session of the legislature will convene in January 2013. Representative Hoydick represents part of Stratford in the Connecticut General Assembly.
Note: Michael Downes is Communications Department Manager for the House Republican Office of the Connecticut House of Representatives.