Senator Fuller Earns 100% Vote Record Score from Manufacturers

Thursday, October 13, 2016

SACRAMENTO – The California Manufacturers & Technology Association (CMTA) announced that Senator Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) earned a 100% vote record score for the 2016 legislative session. CMTA tracks bills that affect manufacturers and job creation on behalf of more than 30,000 California manufacturers and more than one million California manufacturing employees.

“Improving our economy helps provide more job opportunities and higher wages for working families,” said Senator Fuller. “It’s an honor to once again receive this recognition from California’s manufacturers as I continue my work in the Senate for common-sense solutions that will lead our economy forward.”

“For many years Senator Fuller has consistently supported California manufacturing jobs and investment,” said Dorothy Rothrock, President of the California Manufacturers & Technology Association.  “Her perfect 100 percent Manufacturing Vote Record shows a level of commitment that is unsurpassed.”

CMTA lists SB 32 on its 2016 vote record, a bill which Senator Fuller opposed in a floor speech viewable here. To review the 2016 legislative vote record, see CMTA’s website.