Frost Completes 9th Term With Perfect Voting Attendance Record

by | Oct 2, 2014

Streak Reaches 18 Straight Years

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON – With 225 consecutive recorded roll call votes cast in 2014 by the Massachusetts House of Representatives, State Representative Paul K. Frost (R-Auburn) has maintained his perfect voting attendance record for an 18 year streak. Representative Frost has not missed a single vote since first taking office in 1997, with his total now at 5,307.  This is the second longest active streak among all House members.

House Republican Leader, Bradley H. Jones, Jr. of North Reading, commented about Frost, “Once again, it is my pleasure to congratulate Rep. Paul Frost for his outstanding commitment to the position.  You can always count on Paul to be there debating and voting, no matter how difficult or controversial the matter before the House is.  I know Paul cares deeply about those he serves.  I also know he will always ask how the matter being debated on will impact those he represents back home in the district before he casts his vote. I continue to appreciate his dedication and commitment in which he has given to the position for 18 years. I trust those in the district, will as well.”

Frost represents the 7th Worcester district, comprised of Auburn, Charlton (Precinct 4) Millbury, and Oxford (Precincts 2 & 3).