Congressman Fred Upton's perfect voting attendance streak in getting longer. According to Congressional Quarterly's annual vote studies, Upton is the only member of the U.S. House of Representatives to have a perfect record of voting attendance since the beginning of 2010. Upton says "it is an honor to serve and a responsibility that I have never taken lightly." Uptons four-year streak is shared by Senators Susan Collins of Maine, Charles Grassley of Iowa, and Mitch McConnell of Kentucky. CQ reports the House held 2,902 roll call votes between 2010 and 2013, while the Senate held 1,076.
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