State Rep. Bradley Slagh, of Zeeland, has completed his first term as state representative with a perfect voting record, casting a vote on all 1,027 recorded roll-call votes between January 2019 and December 2020.
“West Michigan residents sent me to the Capitol to represent them and advocate for their interests,” Slagh said. “I take that responsibility seriously. I’m proud my voting record reflects that, and I look forward to continuing to add value and uphold our West Michigan values in the new legislative term.”
This year, Michigan lawmakers missed five times more votes than last year due largely to the health crisis, but Slagh was able to maintain his perfect voting record regardless.
In addition to his perfect voting record, Slagh authored four laws during his first term, including a new law that helps Michigan’s Intermediate School Districts make up revenues lost as a result of local economic development projects, and another that helps ensure safe speeds on residential streets.
To view Rep. Slagh’s voting record, visit MichiganVotes.org.
“As we approach the planned end of this round of the governor’s shut-down of in-person dining and other activities on Jan. 15, I am urging Gov. Whitmer to honor her word and allow affected businesses to reopen and serve their customers in a safe manner, as we know they can do.
Rep. Bradley Slagh today voted in favor of funding to help Michigan distribute COVID-19 vaccine and boost testing while helping those whose livelihoods have been disrupted by the virus and economic shutdowns.