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Nesbitt voting record perfect

Published 8:21pm Wednesday, December 28, 2011

With the Michigan Legislature’s business officially concluded for 2011, state Rep. Aric Nesbitt is among a distinguished group of lawmakers with a perfect voting record.
Official and independent tallies confirm that Nesbitt, R-Lawton, is among the legislators who did not miss any of the 619 roll call votes taken by the Michigan House during the past year.
“It’s been my honor and duty to serve as the voice of my constituency,” Nesbitt said. “That means being there every day, listening to feedback from my district and making informed decisions.’
Among the accomplishments of the House this year are early passage of a balanced state budget, reforming Michigan’s tax code to encourage job growth and the elimination of lifetime health benefits for state lawmakers.
Nesbitt said he supported measures that were fiscally responsible, encouraging to job growth and protective of the needs of residents.
“I came to the House eager to put Michigan back on the right track,” Nesbitt said. “The people need to be able to hold their elected officials accountable, and my record reflects my commitment to a smarter, better-run, more sensible government.
“In addition to maintaining a solid voting record, I’ve also dedicated my office staff to the highest standard of constituent service. We’ve responded to thousands of constituent letters and e-mails and facilitated the resolution of hundreds of state inquiries.”

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