Getting handsy: Why are senators waving their hands about on the Senate floor?

CQ Roll Call's Leadership Editor, Jason Dick, imitates the Mutombo Menendez as he explains the nuance behind floor votes in the Senate. Nathan Ouellette/CQ Roll Call

Senators can get a little animated with their hands at times when voting on the Senate floor and sometimes it becomes difficult to determine which way they're trying to vote.

Watch as Roll Call explains some of these wild and strange hand signals with a countdown of our top 10 vote motions, from the Mutombo Menendez to the Tillis dab.

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