MacGregor achieves perfect voting record

Lawmaker present for all votes in 2011

State Rep. Peter MacGregor posted a perfect voting record for the 2011 legislative year, never missing any of 619 roll call votes taken during the first year of his first term.

“Voters in the 73rd District sent me to Lansing to represent them, and being present for all legislative votes is part of my job,” said MacGregor, R-Rockford. “I look forward to continuing to work to revitalize Michigan in 2012 and am honored to have the opportunity to serve as a voice for our community in Lansing.”

Since the beginning of the year, lawmakers have balanced the state budget, reduced red tape, cut over $1 billion in spending, and cracked down on waste, fraud and abuse in the welfare system.

The nonpartisan website www.michiganvotes.org compiles the voting histories of lawmakers in Michigan House and Senate.

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