Senator Black Achieves “100 Percent” Voting Record in State Senate

For Immediate Release

The Office of the Secretary of the Maine State Senate has released its records for the first session of the 129th Maine Legislature and Sen. Russell Black (R-Wilton) has been recognized for having a voting record of 100%.

A lifelong resident of Wilton, Senator Black is serving his first term in the State Senate. He previously served four terms in the Maine House of Representatives.

The Second Regular Session will convene in January 2020.

Sen. Black: “It is a great honor to serve the people of my lifelong home in the legislature, and by voting, I can make sure their voice is heard.”

Senate District 17 includes municipalities and unorganized territories in Franklin County, as well as Belgrade, Fayette, Mount Vernon and Vienna in Kennebec County, the municipalities and unorganized territories in Franklin County, as well as Belgrade, Fayette, Mount Vernon, and Vienna in Kennebec County.

Contact: Tom Desjardin, Director of Communications, Maine Senate Republicans, 207-416-2230

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