RepresentSenate Members › Chris Van Hollen

Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.)

Up for re-election in 2022

Senator from Maryland. He has served less than one year in the Senate.

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Committee Assignments

  • Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry (ranks 10th)
  • Appropriations (ranks 15th)
  • Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs (ranks 10th)
  • Budget (ranks 10th)

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. Van Hollen focus on, as expressed by his press releases? Learn more.

  • Health 14.2%
  • Transportation and Public Works 7.2%
  • Environmental Protection 6.4%
  • Taxation 5.8%
  • International Affairs 5.5%
  • Education 5.3%
  • Finance and Financial Sector 5.1%
  • Civil Rights and Liberties, Minority Issues 5.0%

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Distinctive Topics

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

  • chesapeake bay
  • ben cardin
  • eastern shore
  • deutsche bank
  • private prisons
  • united airlines
  • western maryland
  • henrietta lacks

Similar Members

What members of Congress use language that is most similar to Sen. Van Hollen in their recent press releases? Learn more.

9 221 4.7% 1.4%

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Votes against party

Rank 42nd
Party avg 8.7%

Votes missed

Rank 34th
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