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Case Earns Perfect Voting Record in 2021

Posted on December 10, 2021


HARTFORD – State Representative Jay Case (R-Winsted) has earned a perfect voting record for 2021’s regular and special legislative sessions, never missing a vote throughout the entire year. This also marks Case’s ninth consecutive session without missing a vote.

“My goal as state representative is to ensure the towns of the 63rd District, Winsted, Colebrook, Goshen, and Torrington, have a strong voice in Hartford,” Rep. Case said. “It is truly an honor to represent you and the great Northwest Corner at the State Capitol. My votes mirror the hard work ethic and values prevalent in our community, and I will continue to serve in that manner.”

The House Clerk’s Office released the voting data this week. Legislators, on average, miss a handful of votes each year – only about a third of the legislature achieve a perfect voting record.

By the end of the year, the Speaker of the House had asked legislators to cast 426 votes. While some members cast votes from their private offices, Rep. Case, who serves on the legislature’s Human Services, Higher Education, and Aging committees, pressed the green ‘Yea’ button, or the red ‘Nay’ button in the historic House Chambers on every single voting opportunity that came before him.

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