Rubio's A No-Show At His Day Job, But He's Not The Only One
Sen. Marco Rubio defended his missed votes in the Senate by pointing out he's not the only one with a poor attendance record.By Elizabeth Hagedorn | October 28, 2015
If you stop showing up for work, chances are you'll get fired — unless you're a U.S. senator running for president.
"When the Sun Sentinel says Rubio should resign, not rip us off. When they say Floridians sent you to Washington to do your job. When you act like you hate your job — do you?" CNBC moderator Carl Quintanilla asked.
According to GovTrack, a site that tracks congressional votes and legislation, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has skipped out on more votes than any of the other sitting senators in the race.