From CQ Today, "Imagine the distinction: The only member of Congress to vote against a resolution commemorating Oklahoma's 110th anniversary of statehood."
That would be Tampa Democrat Rep. Kathy Castor, who says it was an accident "that she simply slipped her voting card into the wrong slot.."
Her chief of staff says she's got nothing against the Sooner state.
Except, quipped Clay Phillips, "I think Oklahoma beat FSU in a big game one time. But she doesn't harbor any bad feelings."
Castor earned a law degree from Florida State University in 1991.