A freshman lawmaker did not miss any vote during his first session in the Connecticut General Assembly. Danbury State Representative Ken Gucker was present and voted 100% of the time during the 2019 Legislative Session. Gucker says he was honored to work on behalf of the people in his district that sent him to serve in Hartford and looks forward to continue working diligently for all state residents.
Gucker is a member of the Banking, Environment and the Planning and Development Committees.
Members of the state House of Representatives were called to vote on 392 legislative items throughout the 2019 legislative session. New Milford Representative Bill Buckbee participated in every vote, earning a perfect 100-percent voting record.
Only 26% of the members of the House earned this achievement.
Buckbee says without participation, government simply does not work, adding that it's important when given the chance to weigh-in and take action on a legislative matter, he is present and able to do so for residents the district. Buckbee has not missed a single vote since being elected in 2016.
He currently serves as the Ranking Member to the Internship Committee, and is a member of the legislature’s Commerce and Energy & Technology Committees.