HARTFORD — For the second year in a row, state Rep. Len Greene (R-105) earned a 100 percent voting record for all roll call votes taken on the floor of the House of Representatives during the 2012 regular session.
“I take great pride in representing the 105th District in the General Assembly,” said Greene in a news release. “Every bill that we vote on in the legislature has an effect on every Connecticut citizen in some way. The most important duty of a state representative is to provide a voice for my constituents, which means that I have a responsibility to vote on every issue. I’m proud to say that I’ve never missed a House vote in my time in Hartford.”
According to the House Clerk’s office less than 20 percent of state representatives achieved a perfect voting record this year, the release stated.