State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township completed her third consecutive year in office with perfect attendance, taking part in all 640 roll call votes during the 2021 legislative session.
“I have a deep respect for the people of Livingston County who elected me to be their voice in Lansing,” Bollin said. “I take this responsibility seriously. I am committed to showing up to work every day and representing the values and priorities of our community through the work I do and through each vote I cast.”
Bollin was first elected in November 2018 to represent southeast Livingston County in the Michigan House.
She currently serves as chair of the House Elections and Ethics Committee, pursuing legislation to strengthen and improve Michigan’s elections and add accountability to state government. She also works on the state budget as a member of the House Appropriations Committee, serving as vice chair of the General Government Subcommittee and a member of the subcommittees on Health and Human Services and Joint Capital Outlay.
Additionally, Bollin was elected by her colleagues to the House leadership team as an assistant majority floor leader for the 2021-22 legislative term.
Bollin was one of just 35 of 110 state representatives who finished the year with a perfect voting record. A complete list is available here.
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