LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Joseph Bellino didn’t miss any votes in 2023 during his first year in the state Senate, according to information compiled by MichiganVotes.org.
“The hardworking people of Monroe, Hillsdale and Lenawee counties expect their elected officials to fight for them every day and be their voice in the Senate — and I am proud to have not missed a single vote on their behalf,” said Bellino, R-Monroe. “As long as I have the honor of serving the men and women of Michigan’s 16th Senate District, I will continue to work each day to improve their lives and our communities.”
Bellino did not miss any of the 740 roll call votes in 2023. He also had perfect voting records in five of his six years of service in the House of Representatives from 2017 through 2022.
“I voted for lowering taxes for all Michigan residents, helping ensure children learn to read, prioritizing local road funding, and protecting the rights of workers and gun owners,” Bellino said. “I also fought against wasteful spending that squandered a historic budget surplus, burdensome regulations that will increase costs, and a host of policies and spending that seek to benefit only a select few instead of everyone in our state.”
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