RealPolitik

How big is your vote?


The size of each state in this map reflects the relative Senate voting power
of its citizens: Tiny Rhode Island, for example, dwarfs New York because
it has one senator per 500,000 residents, while New York has one per 9 million.

Clarence Thomas confirmation vote

Both senators voted YES (in favor of Thomas’ Supreme Court nomination)

Both senators voted NO

Senators’ votes SPLIT

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