2020 Democrats missing significantly more votes than 2008 senator-heavy White House field

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Senate Democrats running for the White House have missed significantly more votes than presidential hopefuls in recent presidential election cycles, including a pair of top-tier candidates.

Of the 252 Senate floor votes this year, starting Jan. 28, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker has missed the most votes, at 47%, of each of the seven senators seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, according to govtrack.

California Sen. Kamala Harris is right behind Booker, missing 46% of the votes brought to the floor so far. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand both missed 41% of floor votes.

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