Scott Brown’s votes in the US Senate

Brown has voted 116 times, often on incremental or procedural matters, since he took office.

VOTING PATTERNS OVER THE FIRST 3 MONTHS:

KEY VOTES

Voted not to stop debate and hold a vote on the confirmation of Craig Becker to the National Labor Relations Board, which required 60 votes to pass.

FAILED 52-33

KEY VOTES

Voted to stop debate on a jobs bill, triggering criticism from conservatives. 60 votes required to pass.

PASSED 62-30

KEY VOTES

Voted against passage of the final version of health care overhaul.

PASSED 56-43

KEY VOTES

Voted for an amendment which would have used unspent federal stimulus money to cut payroll taxes for 6 months. This is the only legislation filed so far by Brown.

FAILED 44-56

KEY VOTES

Voted to stop debate and hold a vote to approve an extension of unemployment benefits. 60 votes required to pass. Brown later voted against passage of the actual bill.

PASSED 60-34

SOURCE: United States Senate Legislation & Records

DAVID BUTLER, DAIGO FUJIWARA/GLOBE STAFF