There have been 108 "close" floor votes so far during this year's General Assembly -- most of them along political party lines.
VPAP has launched a new page that shows the breakdown of close floor votes along three categories: straight party line, close party line, and those without a sharp partisan divide.
VPAP defines "close" as any floor motion in which at least 33% of those voting were on the side that didn't prevail.
VPAP defines "near party-line" as any vote in which 90% or more of either party voted the same way.
Feb. 8, 2017
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