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Nelson crossed the party line most often in 2010

No Senator voted against his party more often in 2010 than Ben Nelson, according to the annual year-end voting report released Jan. 3 by Congressional Quarterly. The Nebraska senior Senator voted in opposition to the Democrats on 46 percent of "party issues" in 2010, well ahead of the next highest bi-partisan voter — Sen. Evan Byah of Indiana, who opposed the Democratic vote 32 percent of the time.

posted at 05:16 pm
on Wednesday, January 05th, 2011

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