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VOTE RATINGS

Senate Odd Couples: Same Delegation, Different Votes

Washington has reached a new peak of polarization, according to National Journal’s 2010 Vote Ratings. Here’s a look at some of the Senate odd couples -- senators in the same state delegation whose composite scores in the ratings are more than 20 points apart.

Nevada

 

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D) and Sen. John Ensign (R) have a 60.8-point difference in their composite scores.

 

 

 
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