Friday, September 07, 2007

10,000 Vote Club

Paul Kane gives us the low down on those in the Senate who have made the 10,000 Vote Club.

In the nearly 220 years of the Senate's history, just 28 senators have been around long enough to cast 10,000 votes. This achievement is the senatorial equivalent of hitting 500-or-more career home runs in Major League Baseball, where just 22 sluggers have cracked at least 500 round-trippers.

I can't help but wonder despite the vote count how much has been accomplished...

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