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Thom Tillis (R-N.C.)

Up for re-election in 2020

Senator from North Carolina. He has served three years in the Senate.

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Committee Assignments

  • Security and Cooperation in Europe (ranks 4th)
  • Aging (ranks 5th)
  • Armed Services (ranks 8th)
  • Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs (ranks 11th)
  • Judiciary (ranks 10th)
  • Veterans' Affairs (ranks 7th)

Representative Subjects

We trained a computer model to analyze the press releases sent by members of Congress. Here’s what it came up with:

Policy Priorities

What policy areas does Sen. Tillis focus on, as expressed by his press releases? Learn more.

  • Armed Forces and National Security 17.0%
  • Immigration 8.2%
  • Crime and Law Enforcement 6.5%
  • International Affairs 5.4%

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Distinctive Topics

What topics does Sen. Tillis talk about in his recent press releases more often than other members of Congress do? Learn more.

  • obj lt
  • camp lejeune
  • compassionate release
  • veterans choice
  • burn pits
  • seasonal businesses
  • seymour johnson
  • fort bragg
9 150 0.7% 3.9%

Bills sponsored

Bills cosponsored

Votes against party

Rank 98th
Party avg 3.1%

Votes missed

Rank 11th
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