LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Senate recorded 632 roll call votes in 2020 and state Sen. Aric Nesbitt was in attendance to cast his vote in every one of them.
“I was elected to do a job,” said Nesbitt, R-Lawton. “I am grateful to have been chosen as a voice for West Michigan, and it is a responsibility I hold dearly. These last two years have been quite difficult, but I will continue working to rebuild and improve our region and state.”
Nesbitt announced Monday morning that he earned a perfect voting record in 2020 — his second time accomplishing a perfect voting record since becoming a state senator. Nesbitt also earned perfect voting records during his three terms in the state House — marking eight years without ever missing a vote.
He has been present for every one of the 5,125 votes cast over his time in the state Legislature.
Nesbitt 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.
“People across my district work hard every day,” Nesbitt said. “They deserve the same dedication from their elected officials.”