California Manufacturers & Technology Association Awards Senate Republican Leader with Perfect Score

CMTA Voting Record measures legislative commitment to manufacturing, job creation
Tuesday, December 8, 2015

SACRAMENTO – Proving her ongoing commitment to good-paying jobs for California families, Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) received a perfect score during the 2015 legislative session from the California Manufacturers & Technology Association (CMTA).

All 14 Senate Republicans earned the highest scores possible from CMTA (see scorecard here).

"High-paying jobs drive this economy, and I’m proud to have helped keep and create these jobs in California," said Sen. Fuller. "Senate Republicans remain committed to policies that foster workforce development and promote job growth in the Golden State."

The CMTA’s Legislative Voting Record is based on votes made during the 2015 session on issues of high importance to California manufacturers. Senator Fuller scored a 13-0 from the CMTA.

"We thank those who demonstrated through their votes that manufacturers should be a growing and vibrant part of California's future," said CMTA President Dorothy Rothrock. "I hope all legislators will learn more about the challenges faced by manufacturers and support policies to improve the business climate in 2016 and beyond."