It didn't affect Corker politically. He scored a resounding win last month, cruising to re-election with 65 percent of the vote."I can count. I went to public schools in Tennessee and learned that to pass a bill it takes 60 votes and I know we have 45 going into next year," he said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I came up here to solve problems, not to score political points, and yes, it was rewarding that after throwing ourselves into the most controversial issues there were and trying to solve things pragmatically we ended up in the place where we were in this last race.
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