Rep. Foley: Near Perfect Voting Record
STATEHOUSE- State Representative Ralph M. Foley (R-Martinsville) has a near perfect voting record of 98.9 percent voting for the 2010 Indiana Legislative Session.
Rep. Foley only missed three votes due to attending committee meetings. Rep. Foley is the Ranking Republican Member for the state's Judiciary Committee and Rules and Legislative Procedures Committee.
"I am very proud to be elected, by my peers, to represent them in Indiana's legislature," said Rep. Foley. "I love being in the Statehouse everyday during session reading bills, writing bills and voting on bills. I have been entrusted me with a lot of responsibility and I take this job very seriously."
In total, there were 808 bills filed this session, with 116 eventually becoming law (14%).