Military Action in Syria: Where the Senate Stands

Sep 10, 2013 7:22pm
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The ABC News political unit has put together a “whip count” of how senators are likely to vote on the Syria resolution. The count is based on public statements, interviews with aides, and statements from Tuesday’s Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing — and it could change. ABC News will continue to update this list as new information becomes available. Last Update: Sept. 10, 7:21 p.m.

 

SUPPORT MILITARY ACTION IN SYRIA: 22

LIKELY TO SUPPORT MILITARY ACTION IN SYRIA: 2

 

OPPOSE MILITARY ACTION IN SYRIA: 34

LIKELY TO OPPOSE: 5

 

UNDECIDED: 37

 

SUPPORT

22 total – 6 Republicans, 16 Democrats

Chris Coons D Del. Bob Corker R Tenn.
Tim Kaine D Va. John McCain R Ariz.
Barbara Boxer D Calif. Saxby Chambliss R Ga.
Dianne Feinstein D Calif. Mark Kirk R Ill.
Bill Nelson D Fla. Richard Burr R N.C.
Ben Cardin D Md. Jeff Flake R Ariz.
Carl Levin D Mich.
Harry Reid D Nev.
Jeanne Shaheen D N.H.
Bob Menendez D N.J.
Kay Hagan D N.C.
Dick Durbin D Ill.
Chuck Schumer D N.Y.
Martin Heinrich D N.M.
Bob Casey, Jr. D Pa.
Barbara Mikulski D Md.

 

LIKELY TO SUPPORT

2 total – 1 Republican, 1 Democrats

Tom Carper D Del. Lindsey Graham R S.C.

 

 

OPPOSE

34 total – 26 Republicans, 8 Democrats

Joe Manchin D W.Va. Lamar Alexander R Tenn.
Chris Murphy D Conn. Ted Cruz R Texas
Tom Udall D N.M. Mike Enzi R Wy.
Brian Schatz D Hawaii Mike Lee R Utah
Mark Pryor D Ark. Marco Rubio R Fla.
Ed Markey D Mass. Jim Inhofe R Okla.
Heidi Heitkamp D N.D. Jerry Moran R Kansas
Tammy Baldwin D Wis. Pat Roberts R Kansas
Rand Paul R Ky.
Jim Risch R Idaho
Ron Johnson R Wis.
John Barrasso R Wy.
John Cornyn R Texas
David Vitter R La.
Johnny Isakson R Ga.
Kelly Ayotte R N.H.
Richard Shelby R Ala.
Dan Coats R Ind.
Mitch McConnell R Ky.
Susan Collins R Maine
Roger Wicker R Miss.
John Hoeven R N.D.
Rob Portman R Ohio
Roy Blunt R Mo.
Deb Fischer R Neb.
Dean Heller R Nev.

 

LIKELY TO OPPOSE

5 total – 3 Republicans, 1 Democrats, 1 Independent

John Boozman R Ark. Chuck Grassley R Iowa
Tom Harkin D Iowa Mike Crapo R Idaho
Bernie Sanders I Vt.

 

 

UNDECIDED

37 total – 10 Republicans, 26 Democrats, 1 Independent

Al Franken D Minn. Mike Johanns R Neb.
Mark Begich D Alaska Pat Toomey R Pa.
Mark Udall D Colo. Jeff Sessions R Ala.
Michael Bennet D Colo. Lisa Murkowski R Alaska
Richard Blumenthal D Conn. Jeffrey Chiesa R N.J.
Mazie Hirono D Hawaii Tim Scott R S.C.
Joe Donnelly D Ind. John Thune R S.D.
Mary Landrieu D La. Orrin Hatch R Utah
Elizabeth Warren D Mass. Thad Cochran R Miss.
Amy Klobuchar D Minn. Tom Coburn R Okla.
Jon Tester D Mont.
Max Baucus D Mont.
Kirsten Gillibrand D N.Y.
Sherrod Brown D Ohio
Jeff Merkley D Ore.
Ron Wyden D Ore.
Jack Reed D R.I.
Sheldon Whitehouse D R.I.
Tim Johnson D S.D.
Patrick Leahy D Vt.
Mark Warner D Va.
Maria Cantwell D Wash.
Patty Murray D Wash.
Jay Rockefeller D W.Va.
Claire McCaskill D Mo.
Debbie Stabenow D Mich.
Angus King I Maine

 

 

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