Head to Head: Compare Voting Records

Compare the voting records of Jim Jordan and Ruben Gallego in 2015-16.

Jim Jordan and Ruben Gallego are from different parties and disagreed on 79 percent of votes in the 114th Congress (2015-16).

Agree: 21%
Disagree: 79%
But they didn't always disagree. Out of 1283 votes in the 114th Congress, they agreed on 274 votes, including 23 major votes.

Here are the votes they agreed on

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