Labour TD Ciara Conway can boast of a 100 per cent voting record since the 31st Dáil first sat.
Deputy Conway has voted in all 24 votes which were held from March 9th up until the end of May, the latest date for which figures were available.
However, her fellow Waterford TDs have missed several votes, with Independent TD John Halligan absent for eight such votes since assuming his new Dáil role.
The attendance figures for each TD were revealed last week, and detailed the exact number of votes that TDs missed while being ‘fobbed in’ (electronically registered), the system used to calculate travel and accommodation expenses.
Deputy Halligan said that he didn’t need to attend certain votes as they involved discussions which weren’t relevant to him or the constituency.