STATEHOUSE (Sept. 28, 2012) — Senate President Pro Tempore David Long (R-Fort Wayne) today praised State Sen. Sue Glick (R-LaGrange) for her outstanding 2012 voting attendance record of 100 percent.
“Senator Glick continues to do a terrific job of representing Hoosiers in Senate District 13, and that’s demonstrated through her exemplary voting record,” Long said. “She takes her responsibilities as a state lawmaker seriously.”
Long said Glick has a history of voting attendance records that “showcases her dedication,” achieving 100 percent scores since her 2010 election to the Senate.
“This session, 161 Senate bills moved to the Governor’s desk,” Long said. “These pieces of legislation represent the people’s work, including ensuring workplace freedom, eliminating Indiana’s inheritance tax, funding full-day kindergarten and streamlining college credit transferability.”
Long added that Glick’s floor votes totaled 371.
State records show that 158 of the 161 bills that went to the Governor for his signature into law were bipartisan in nature. Of these, 91 bills were unanimous.