BOSTON—House Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones, Jr. (R-North Reading) congratulated State Representative Paul K. Frost (R-Auburn) for maintaining a perfect voting record throughout the 2015-2016 legislative session. Frost participated in all 559 roll call votes cast in the House of Representatives between January of 2015 and the end of formal sessions in 2016.
This is the 20th consecutive year achieving a 100% voting record for Frost, who was appointed as an Assistant Minority Leader Whip in 2015. The streak, totaling 5,866 votes since he first took office in 1997, is one of the longest of active House members, second only to House Minority Leader Jones.
“Representative Frost continues to be a strong advocate for fiscal responsibility and accountability to the state’s taxpayers, while effectively championing the needs of his district,” said House Minority Leader Jones. “The residents of the 7th Worcester District are very fortunate to have him representing them and fighting for their interests on Beacon Hill.”
Rep. Jones went on to say, “Rep. Paul Frost has demonstrated time and time again his commitment to his local communities and those he serves. These past two years have once again proven through his actions and votes this commitment. He has voted to increase local aid and local education funding; voted for the $800 million Municipal Roads and Bridges program; voted for a bill he filed to protect grave markers of our deceased veterans; voted for renewable energy; voted for a pay equity bill to eliminate gender biased pay; voted for first in the nation landmark legislation to tackle the opioid crisis; and voted for retaining and increasing new jobs.”
Frost represents the 7th Worcester District. It is comprised of Auburn, Charlton Precinct 4, Millbury, and Oxford Precincts 2 & 3.