MichiganVotes Monday: These 20 senators missed the most votes last term
21st on the list is Michigan’s new Senate majority leader
The Michigan Senate held 1,036 roll-call votes over the 2021-22 term. According to MichiganVotes.org, these 20 senators missed the most votes:
- Sen. Mallory McMorrow, D-Royal Oak: 168
- Sen. Erika Geiss, D-Taylor: 156
- Sen. Sylvia Santana, D-Warrendale: 137
- Sen. Betty Jean Alexander*, D-Detroit: 116
- Sen. Adam Hollier*, D-Detroit’s North End: 92
- Sen. Dayna Polehanki, D-Livonia: 83
- Sen. Sean McCann, D-Kalamazoo: 81
- Sen. Jim Ananich*, D-Flint: 80
- Sen. Dan Lauwers, R-Brockway Township: 68
- Sen. Kim LaSata*, R-Bainbridge Township: 67
- Sen. Michael MacDonald*, R-Macomb Township: 67
- Sen. Ed McBroom, R-Vulcan: 53
- Sen. Rosemary Bayer, D-Beverly Hills: 52
- Sen. Mike Shirkey*, R-Jackson: 51
- Sen. John Bizon*, R-Battle Creek: 41
- Sen. Tom Barrett*, R-Potterville: 40
- Sen. Roger Victory, R-Hudsonville: 37
- Sen. Stephanie Chang, D-Detroit: 36
- Sen. Marshall Bullock*, D-Detroit: 31
- Sen. Curtis Hertel*, Jr., D-East Lansing: 27
* This person is no longer in the Michigan Senate. This person is no longer in the Senate. An official may no longer be in the Senate for one of several reasons, including death, term limits, a loss in a primary or general election, or resignation.
Hollier told CapCon that his missed votes owe to military commitments.
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