Kerry Vote Watch
From January until last week, John Kerry had worked exactly four days in the U.S. Senate, casting a vote on only 17 out of 211 floor votes. With the election over, Kerry returned to Washington and doubled his work days in just one week. He recorded a vote on all four Senate votes (one per day), bringing his missed vote percentage down from 92% to only 90%. Exhausted from the heavy workweek, Kerry retired to his wife’s Nantucket home with some Earl Grey tea.