MichiganVotes Tuesday: These 20 representatives missed the most votes last term
Where does your state rep appear on the list?
The Michigan House of Representatives held 1,149 roll-call votes over the 2021-22 term. According to MichiganVotes.org, these 20 representatives missed the most votes. Where a representative did not serve a full term, the number of votes held during that person's tenure is indicated in parentheses:
- Rep. Steve Marino*, R-Mount Clemens: 299
- Rep. Karen Whitsett, D-Detroit: 274
- Rep. Jewell Jones*, D-Inkster: 265
- Rep. Cynthia Johnson*, D-Detroit: 225
- Rep. Cynthia R. Neeley, D-Flint: 211
- Rep. Andrea Schroeder*, R-Clarkston: 175 (of 450)
- Rep. Tenisha Yancey*, D-Grosse Pointe: 159
- Rep. Helena Scott, D-Detroit: 128
- Rep. Lori Stone, D-Warren: 106
- Rep. Ranjeev Puri, D-Canton: 86
- Rep. Samantha Steckloff, D-Farmington Hills: 85
- Rep. Sara Cambensy*, D-Marquette: 81
- Rep. David LaGrand*, D-Grand Rapids: 76
- Rep. Brenda Carter, D-Pontiac: 74
- Rep. Jim Ellison*, D-Royal Oak: 71
- Rep. John Cherry*, D-Flint: 70
- Rep. Brad Paquette, R-Niles: 70 of 1149
- Rep. Terence Mekoski*, R-Shelby Township: 69 (of 306)
- Rep. Kyra Bolden*, D-Southfield: 67
- Rep. Bradley Slagh, R-Zeeland: 62
* This person is no longer in the Michigan House of Representatives. An official may no longer be in the House for one of several reasons, including death, term limits, a loss in a primary or general election, or resignation.
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