U.S. Sen. David Vitter of Louisiana has the 6th highest absentee rate in the U.S. Senate, based on a new analysis.

According to a review conducted by online news site Vocativ in partnership with GovTrack.us, Vitter has missed 197 of the 3,196 votes since he took office in 2005, giving him about a 6.16 percent absentee rate.

The Senate average is 2.01 percent.

Vitter, a Republican, is running for governor this year. He’s the only member of Louisiana’s congressional delegation named among the top 10 absentee rates for either the U.S. Senate or U.S. House.

Read the complete rankings of absentee legislators in both the U.S. Senate and House via Vocativ.