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Rick Scott Named One of the Least Bipartisan Senators Five Years Running

This week, Rick Scott was named one of the least bipartisan Senators for the fifth year in a row. According to Georgetown University and the Lugar Center’s annual Bipartisan Index, Scott has consistently been one of the least bipartisan Senators during his tenure in the Senate. Scott has voted against essential bipartisan infrastructure investments and other critical bipartisan legislation, and his plan to raise taxes and sunset Social Security and Medicare was too extreme even for Mitch McConnell.  

“Rick Scott cares more about his own political ambitions than delivering for Florida and his legislative record shows it. Floridians deserve a Senator who puts aside self-serving politics to get things done,” said FDP spokesperson Alex Wood.  

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