WASHINGTON -- Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton went back to work in the Senate Tuesday after missing 97 of the Senate's 155 votes this year in her quest for the presidency.
Meawhile, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Sen. Barack Obama, missed 95 votes -- and the Republican choice for president, Sen. John McCain, missed 121.
Now this is nothing unusual for senators running for president -- but it is unusual for New York state, which has not had a senator running for president in 40 years.
And it does pose an interesting question: What do you think would happen if you went off on, well, an extracurricular activity for nearly 63 percent of your work time this year?
-- Jerry Zremski
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