Voting Statistics for Bill Flores
The data below represents the voting statistics for Bill Flores. The votes are broken down by "No Votes", "Party Votes", and "Majority Votes". While every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of these statistics, there may be slight errors in the numbers due to either incorrect government data or an unknown flaw in the calculation software. At the conclusion of each session of congress and during some breaks, these statistics are recalculated, and some shifts may be seen. Please note that these are not official government statistics.
|Year||Votes this Year||No Votes||House Average||Party Votes||House Average||Majority Votes||House Average|
|2012||171||0 (0%)||6 (3.6%)||148 (86.5%)||152 (93.3%)||147 (86%)||108 (66.3%)|
|2011||948||0 (0%)||27 (2.9%)||892 (94.1%)||815 (90.2%)||828 (87.3%)||585 (64.7%)|
|Average of All Votes||0%||3.3%||92.9%||91.8%||87.1%||65.5%|
No Votes Plot
"No Votes" are those times where the recorded vote for the representative is either "No Vote" or "Not Voting". No votes usually occur when a representative is ill, or campaigning for another office.
|"No Vote" Statistics for Bill Flores|
Party Votes Plot
"Party Votes" are votes where the representative cast the same vote as the majority of the other members of their party. Votes such as "Present" or other logistical votes are not counted.
|"Party Vote" Statistics for Bill Flores|
Majority Votes Plot
"Majority Votes" are those times when the representative voted with the overall majority of other representatives.
|"Majority Vote" Statistics for Bill Flores|
Partisan line votes are those in which a certain percentage of the representatives in one party voted voted in the manner opposing the same percentage as the opposing party. Votes were analyzed to determine those in which 60%, 70%, 80%, and 90% of the parties voted in opposing manners. The data below is broken down into the total number of votes in which the representatives voted in the statistical manner defined, the total number of these votes that Bill Flores casted a vote, and the total number of those votes in which Bill Flores side with their party. The percentage of partisan votes represented by this number is then shown. The numbers in each box divided by slashes as X | Y | Z for each year can therefore be read as "There were X number of votes in year X where at least 60, 70, 80, or 90 percent of the parties voted in opposing manners. Bill Flores voted in Y of those votes, and voted with their party in Z of those votes.
|Year||60% Party Line||70% Party Line||80% Party Line||90% Party Line|
|2012||121 | 111 | 111 | 100%||119 | 109 | 109 | 100%||112 | 102 | 102 | 100%||67 | 60 | 60 | 100%|
|2011||659 | 645 | 638 | 98.9%||611 | 598 | 593 | 99.2%||534 | 523 | 519 | 99.2%||297 | 294 | 293 | 99.7%|