Former Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) made history Friday, becoming the sixth Congressperson to be expelled in U.S. history —  after a pattern of his lies and alleged crimes came to light. Following a scathing House ethics report, the House voted 311-114 to pass the expulsion resolution, well-surpassing the two-thirds threshold needed to oust the embattled lawmaker. 

This timeline covers the course of Santos’s 328-day tenure in Congress, from his election to expulsion.