07Jan Rep. Alexander caps first term with perfect voting record, 115 office hour meetings Categories: Alexander News State Rep. Julie Alexander finished her first term in the state House with a perfect voting record, and over 100 office hour sessions in the 64th District.Rep. Alexander took part in all 1,554 record roll call votes during the 2017-2018 session, and personally hosted 115 office hour sessions in the Jackson community. In addition, Rep. Alexander also served as the primary sponsor to eight public acts signed by Gov. Snyder.“Residents of the 64th District sent me here to be their voice at the state Capitol, and making every vote on the House floor is essential to the people I was elected to serve,” Rep. Alexander said. “It’s my priority to ensure the voices of Jackson County residents are heard on every issue. Hosting regular office hours and continuing to work hard both in Lansing and my district ensures real results for people in our communities.”Rep. Alexander is now serving her second term in the state Legislature, having completed her first term in December. During her first term, Rep. Alexander served as vice chair on the House Committee on Agriculture. She was also an active member of the committees on Education Reform, Local Government and Transportation and Infrastructure.