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Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Everyone is jumping on "the simple question" bandwagon

Seems like the simple question is picking up steam on a national level.
From the Hill.

Democratic senators supporting Lieberman in both the primary and the general (3):
Ben Nelson (Neb.)
Mark Pryor (Ark.)
Ken Salazar (Colo.)

Democratic senators saying they’ll support the winner of the Democratic primary (7):
Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.)
Russ Feingold (Wis.)
Tom Harkin (Iowa)
John Kerry (Mass.)
Frank Lautenberg (N.J.)
Robert Menendez (N.J.)
Barack Obama (Ill.)

Democratic senators who will support Lieberman in the primary but have not endorsed him in the general (9):
Evan Bayh (Ind.)
Barbara Boxer (Calif.)
Tom Carper (Del.)
Chris Dodd (Conn.)
Dick Durbin (Ill.)
Dianne Feinstein (Calif.)
Harry Reid (Nev.)
Charles Schumer (N.Y.)
Ron Wyden (Ore.)

Senators who did not reply (25):
Daniel Akaka (Hawaii)
Max Baucus (Mont.)
Joseph Biden (Del.)
Jeff Bingaman (N.M.)
Robert Byrd (W.Va.)
Maria Cantwell (Wash.)
Kent Conrad (N.D.)
Mark Dayton (Minn.)
Byron Dorgan (N.D.)
Daniel Inouye (Hawaii)
Jim Jeffords (I-Vt.)
Tim Johnson (S.D.)
Edward Kennedy (Mass.)
Herb Kohl (Wis.)
Mary Landrieu (La.)
Patrick Leahy (Vt.)
Carl Levin (Mich.)
Blanche Lincoln (Ark.)
Barbara Mikulski (Md.)
Patty Murray (Wash.)
Bill Nelson (Fla.)
Jack Reed (R.I.)
Jay Rockefeller (W.Va.)
Paul Sarbanes (Md.)
Debbie Stabenow (Mich.)

Now, I'm not adding these people to my list because my survey focuses primarily on Connecticut politicians but it's nice to see where the national dems stand.