In 2016 – Travis Allen took Per-Diem 36 Times when he was absent (meaning he likely was absent more than the 36 times documented here)
Travis Allen, R-Huntington Beach, 36 absences, $2,351
One of the top criticisms of Travis Allen has been his horrendous attendance to do his job. Witness:
In the Assembly, Assemblyman Rocky Chávez, R-Oceanside, did not vote 14.9 percent of the time on the floor, and Assemblywoman Nora Campos, D-San Jose, had a nonvote percentage of 10.9 percent. In committee action, Assembly members Travis Allen, R-Huntington Beach, and Roger Hernández, D-Baldwin Park, did not vote about a quarter of the time.
Some of his missed votes appear to be willful:
The Humane Society – a group that openly is trying to end hunting in America and wants to ban gun ownership while they are at it.
I took a screenshot of the post in case Allen deletes it after we highlight it. Travis Allen is bragging about having the second highest possible score on the Humane Society Scorecard.
I’ve known for several years that Allen was not a reliable vote on the Gun Issue or on environmental / animal issues. Lobbyists that I have spoken with have told me that Travis was always difficult to work with, but particularly so on this set of issues as his instincts were all wrong. This is one of the parts of his “history” #touchytravis is trying to re-write.
Allen is highlighting an 89% record from the Humane Society in 2015 while his minions are criticizing John Cox for having no voting record (because he has never held office).
For a better picture of just what a threat the Humane Society of America is to hunters, take a look at this here.
Travis Allen skipped voting on the lead ammo ban for example which contributed to his “honor” from the Humane Society.