Head to Head: Compare Voting Records

Compare the voting records of Pete Olson and Sam Farr in 2009-10.

Pete Olson and Sam Farr are from different parties but agreed on 50 percent of votes in the 111th Congress (2009-10).

Agree: 50%
Disagree: 50%
It is unusual for two members of different parties to agree on so many votes. Out of 1542 votes in the 111th Congress, they agreed on 766 votes, including 12 major votes.

Here are the votes they agreed on

Correction (Nov. 15, 2019): This page originally included all votes on passage of a bill under the "Major Votes" category. It now only includes votes designated as major by ProPublica.

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