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State Rep. Ray Wallace posts 93 percent voting record

    AUGUSTA — During the two years of the 126th Maine State Legislature, State Rep. Raymond A. Wallace (R-Dexter) was present for 93.3 percent of roll call votes held in the Maine House of Representatives.

    Throughout the 126th Maine State Legislature, the House met for 114 days and 793 roll call votes were held on matters ranging from the state budget to welfare reform to hunting laws. A total of 1,865 pieces of legislation were brought before lawmakers for consideration from January 2013 to May 2014.
    “The people of House District 24 sent me to Augusta to serve as their voice, and that is a responsibility I do not take lightly,” said Rep. Wallace. “My constituents need to be represented on the many critical issues that come before lawmakers, so I ensure that I am in my seat to vote.”
    Over the course of the last two years, Rep. Wallace served on the Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Insurance and Financial Services. In addition to his committee work, Rep. Wallace sponsored and co-sponsored several pieces of legislation which addressed issues of both local and statewide interest.
    A veteran, Rep. Wallace was born and raised in Dexter. He still lives in the town with his wife, Donna.

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