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A Die-Hard Senate Tradition: Pen and Paper to Record Votes

By Jason Dick and Ed Pesce and D.A. Banks

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Watch the latest Undercover Capitol to learn more about an enduring — and endearing — tradition in the Senate: the paper ballot, still used by both the Senate clerk and reporters to record floor votes by the members.

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