Republican US Senator Scott Brown has a new piece of evidence to tout his moderate credentials: A Congressional Quarterly study that lists him as the second most bipartisan Senator in 2011 after Maine’s Susan Collins. The study from Congressional Quarterly, a publication that covers Capitol Hill, said Brown voted with his party 54 percent of the time and with President Obama’s stated positions 70 percent of the time. CQ’s party unity score counts only those roll call votes when Democrats and Republicans are at loggerheads.
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