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The Republicans in the Alaska House are splintered, to be sure. Some of them defected to create a bipartisan coalition led by Democrats, while others stayed with a Republican minority that is now made up of 15 members.
But how they have vote is the real measure of where their politics are on the spectrum of Republican to Democrat.
On 65 contested votes through April 18, here are the percentages of times all members of the House voted with the predominant Republican caucus position. The “predominant Republican” threshold for this scoring was set for votes occurring when at least half of the Republican caucus took a position contrary to the Democrat-led majority caucus: