State Representative Rosa C. Rebimbas (R-70) has earned a one hundred percent voting record for all roll call votes taken on the floor of the House of Representatives during the 2012 Regular Session. The House Clerk’s Office released the data on members’ votes this week.
“I take my position as State Representative very seriously, and I am proud to have been there to represent the residents of Naugatuck on every vote this session,” noted Rep. Rebimbas, who serves as the Ranking Member of the legislature’s General Law Committee. “We addressed some important and far-reaching legislation this year, and it was my honor to cast each of the 304 votes taken in the House of Representatives in order to help make Connecticut a safer, healthier and more affordable place to live.”
A perfect attendance is very difficult to achieve, and less than 20% of her legislative colleagues in the House were able to attain it this year.
This is the second year that Rep. Rebimbas has earned a 100% voting record over the course of her tenure in the legislature.
The next regular session of the legislature will convene in January 2013. Rep. Rebimbas represents part of Naugatuck in the Connecticut General Assembly, and was first elected in a special election in 2009.