U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner
Press Release

For the Second Consecutive Year, Congressman Sensenbrenner Earns Perfect Voting Record

"Each year, I host more than 100 public events, such as town hall meetings and office hours, and respond to thousands of constituent comments submitted by phone, mail, and email."

By - Feb 6th, 2017 02:50 pm

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Each year, CQ releases a comprehensive vote study featuring the records of each Member of Congress. For the second year in a row, Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner obtained a perfect voting record of 100 percent by not missing a single vote. Only 15 out of the 435 Members in the House of Representatives achieved this rating.

Congressman Sensenbrenner: “Serving the citizens of Wisconsin’s Fifth Congressional District is a responsibility that I have never taken lightly. Each year, I host more than 100 public events, such as town hall meetings and office hours, and respond to thousands of constituent comments submitted by phone, mail, and email. These avenues of open communication make it possible for me to thoughtfully perform my essential duty of voting on the House floor on behalf of my constituents, and I’m extremely proud of my consistent voting record. I’m humbled to serve as Wisconsin’s Fifth District representative, and I will continue working diligently on behalf of my constituents as long as I serve in the United States House of Representatives.”

The complete vote study scores can be found in the February 6, 2017 edition of CQ.

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