Representative David Crum (R-Augusta) was recognized for his 100 percent voting record during the 2013 Legislative Session. Official records of the Kansas House of Representatives show that Representative Crum did not miss a single vote of the 323 cast by the full House.
“House Republicans took many important votes this session, including tough votes on tax and budget reform,” said Majority Leader Jene Vickrey (R-Louisburg). “Representative Crum has exemplified a true commitment to representing his constituents, not shying away from any vote. The dedication he has shown to his job in Topeka and to the legislative process is most commendable.”
Crum has served in the House of Representatives since 2007 and as Assistant Majority Leader since 2013. He represents the 77th District which includes Augusta, Douglass, and Rose Hill and part of Andover.
The House Clerk records, and recently confirmed, the official voting records of the Kansas House of Representatives.