Archive for Thursday, July 26, 2007

Sen. Pine posts perfect voting attendance record

July 26, 2007


State Sen. Roger Pine, R-Lawrence, posted a 100 percent voting attendance record during the 2007 Legislature.

The Senate recorded 436 final action roll call votes during the session. Also during the session, 395 Senate bills, 88 resolutions and 13 concurrent resolutions were introduced. The Senate ultimately passed 97 bills that will become law.

Pine is in his first four-year term in the Kansas Senate. He is vice chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee and is a member of the Senate Committees on Assessment and Taxation; Education; and Utilities. He also serves on the Senate-House Joint Committee on Legislative Educational Planning. Pine is a farmer who lives with his wife, Sue, on the northern outskirts of Lawrence.

His 3rd Senate District includes Baldwin City, Basehor, Eudora, Linwood, Oskaloosa, Tonganoxie and part of northern Lawrence.


johngalt 10 years, 8 months ago

and a 100% voting record supporting huge budget increases!

Way to go Roger the Dodger!

toefungus 10 years, 8 months ago

Although not a State Senator, Brownback has the worst record for not voting in the US Senate. Showing up for work is often 90% of doing a good job.

kugrad 10 years, 8 months ago

Now if Pine would vote his conscience instead of the party line, we'd actually have something to cheer about. He wasn't much help during the school funding debacle. You have a green thumb Roger, now grow a pair and stand up for what is right instead of looking to re-election!

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