WILTON, Conn. -- State Rep. Gail Lavielle achieved a 100 percent voting record for all roll call votes taken on the floor of the State House of Representatives during the 2014 regular session.
It is the fourth consecutive year Lavielle, a Republican who represents parts of Wilton, Westport and Norwalk, has achieved the perfect mark.
“I am pleased to have cast all 309 votes in the House this session,” Lavielle said in a statement. “It is my priority to be present in Hartford for my constituents in Wilton, Norwalk, and Westport. There are always many long hours during a legislative session, but it is essential to me that the residents of the 143rd District are represented at the Capitol at all times.”
Only a third of all Connecticut legislators were able to achieve a perfect voting record for the legislative season.
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