MONROE, Conn. -- State Rep. J.P. Sredzinski (R-112) has achieved a 100 percent voting record for all 313 votes cast on the floor of the state House of Representatives during the 2016 session, according to data released by the House Clerk’s Office this week.
Less than a third of Sredzinski’s colleagues earned perfect voting marks this year.
For Sredzinski, who represents Monroe and Newtown, the designation is nothing new – 2016 marked the second consecutive year in which he was present for every single vote that was cast.
“I strive to represent the interests of the residents of the 112th District in all the votes I cast, and I think an important part of that is to be present for all votes,” he said. “I take my job as a representative for Monroe and Newtown in Hartford very seriously, and that is certainly reflected in my voting record.”
Sredzinski serves on the legislature’s Public Safety and Security, Commerce and Internship Committees.
The next regular session of the Connecticut General Assembly will convene in January 2017.