MIDLAND, MI -- State Rep. Gary Glenn continues to rank among the most conservative voters in the state House of Representatives.
Glenn, R-Midland, tied for the second-most conservative voting record in the state house in 2016, according to an annual ranking by the Michigan Information and Research Service.
"It's my duty to faithfully represent the conservative values of families in Bay and Midland counties, and I'll continue to do my best to fulfill the trust they've placed in me to serve as their voice and vote in the state House," Glenn stated in a press release.
Glenn, R-Larkin Township, will continue to represent the District 98 State House seat after receiving 60 percent of the vote in the Tuesday, Nov. 8, general election.
Glenn, who will serve as Associate Speaker of the House Pro Tem in 2017, tied with incoming Assistant Majority Floor Leader Triston Cole, R-Mancelona, and outgoing Rep. Ray Franz, R-Onekama, in voting conservative on 87 percent of votes analyzed by MIRS.
Rep. Tom Hooker, R-Byron Center, ranked first by voting conservative on 91 percent of votes.
Glenn will begin his second two-year term as representative on Wednesday, Jan. 11, when the 2017-18 House session convenes in Lansing.