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UPDATED AS OF 7-27-10 5:00am; Below: Yellow highlights = target Senators for whom constituent emails, calls and meetings might make the most difference, based on party and voting patterns. Green highlights = a likely yes vote based on track record, but hasn't committed yet.Confirmed yesUnconfirmedConfirmed noInfoLikely yes votesUS HOUSE of Representatives spreadsheet: http://bit.ly/Q5YMJ
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Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)AKx10/23/09: voted for ending filibuster on hate crimes, and voted for hate crimes bill; voted for earlier 09 hate crimes bill; cosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation and gender identityCONTACT INFO and email links for the unconfirmed Senators: http://bit.ly/12DhoN
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Mark Begich (D-AK)AKxCo-sponsorx
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Richard Shelby (R-AL)ALxvoted against hate crimes
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Jeff Sessions (R-AL)ALxvoted against hate crimes
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Blanche Lincoln (D-AR)ARx11-13-09 Sen. Lincoln has tentatively disavowed her 9-30-09 letter to Gerri Ladene opposing (see http://bit.ly/DQSym Comment 3); cosponsored hate crimes in 107th, 108th, 109th and 110th (but not 111th) and voted for it. Definition of terms (Click on the boxes below to see full text)
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Mark Pryor (D-AR)ARxvoted for hate crimesConfirmed yes: Senator's offfice confirmed support of inclusive ENDA
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John McCain (R-AZ)AZxvoted against hate crimesUnconfirmed: No public position taken on inclusive ENDA as yet
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Jon Kyl (R-AZ)AZxvoted against hate crimesConfirmed no: Senator's office confirmed opposition to inclusive ENDA
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Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)CAxCo-sponsorxCo-sponsored bill: A search of THOMAS, the Library of Congress legislative bill service, for the 108th Congress through the current 111th Congress, shows that this Senator co-sponsored legislation that included the term "sexual orientation" and/or "gender identity." This is intended to provide a sense of the Senator's support generally for LGBT issues, and does not mean they do or do not support an inclusive ENDA.
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Barbara Boxer (D-CA)CAxCo-sponsorxLikely yes: based on previous co-sponsorship of legislation that includes sexual orientation and gender identity language.
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Mark Udall (D-CO)COxCo-sponsorxSENATE CONTACT INFO for the unconfirmed Senators: http://bit.ly/12DhoN
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Michael Bennet (D-CO)COxCo-sponsorx
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Chris Dodd (D-CT)CTxCo-sponsorx
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Joe Lieberman (ID-CT)CTxCo-sponsorx
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Tom Carper (D-DE)DExcosponsored previous bills with sexual orientation ([108th] S.966 hate crimes and [108th] S.1705 ENDA); voted for current hate crimes bill.x
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Ted Kaufman (D-DE)DExCo-sponsorx
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Bill Nelson (D-FL)FLxRyan Terrell: undecided as of 6-26-09 Alex Zoe Vandeventer and Zeke Fread: undecided as of 7-7-09; voted for the hate crimes bill
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George LeMieux (R-FL)FLxnewly appointed; there is speculation he could support ENDA http://bit.ly/NDBsr; 10/23/09: voted not to end filibuster on hate crimes, and voted against hate crimes bill.
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Saxby Chambliss (R-GA)GAxvoted against hate crimes
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Johnny Isakson (R-GA)GAxvoted against hate crimes
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Daniel Inouye (D-HI)HIxCo-sponsorx
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Daniel Akaka (D-HI)HIxCo-sponsorx
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Chuck Grassley (R-IA)IAxvoted against hate crimes
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Tom Harkin (D-IA)IAxCo-sponsorx
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Mike Crapo (R-ID)IDxvoted against hate crimes
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Jim Risch (R-ID)IDxvoted against hate crimes
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Richard Durbin (D-IL)ILxCo-sponsorx
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Roland Burris (D-IL)ILxCo-sponsorx
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Richard Lugar (R-IN)INx10/23/09: voted for ending filibuster on hate crimes, and voted for hate crimes bill; 7-16-09: voted for 09 hate crimes bill; Zach Adamson 7/7/09 - no official position yet; cosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation and gender identity; voted for the hate crimes bill; sent a private letter in July to constituent opposing: http://bit.ly/duoOT
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Evan Bayh (D-IN)INxZach Adamson 7/7/09 - left a message requesting a call back; cosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation and gender identity; voted for hate crimesx
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Sam Brownback (R-KS)KSxDarryl Lamb: confirmed no 7-2-09
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Pat Roberts (R-KS)KSxvoted against hate crimes
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Mitch McConnell (R-KY)KYxvoted against hate crimes
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Jim Bunning (R-KY)KYxdid not participate in hate crimes vote
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Mary Landrieu (D-LA)LAxCo-sponsor; cosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation and gender identity; voted for hate crimesx
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David Vitter (R-LA)LAxconfirmed no in constituent letter (comment 5) http://bit.ly/YsEkd; voted against hate crimes
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Scott Brown (R-MA)MAx
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John Kerry (D-MA)MAxCo-sponsorx
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Barbara Mikulski (D-MD)MDxCo-sponsorx
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Ben Cardin (D-MD)MDxCo-sponsorx
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Olympia Snowe (R-ME)MExCo-sponsorx
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Susan Collins (R-ME)MExCo-sponsorx
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Carl Levin (D-MI)MIxCo-sponsorx
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Debbie Stabenow (D-MI)MIxCo-sponsorx
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Amy Klobuchar (D-MN)MNxCo-sponsorx
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Al Franken (D-MN)MNxCo-sponsorx
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Kit Bond (R-MO)MOxdid not participate in hate crimes vote
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Claire McCaskill (D-MO)MOxconfirmed yes 8-26-09, AJ Bockelman of PROMOx
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Thad Cochran (R-MS)MSxvoted against hate crimes
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Roger Wicker (R-MS)MSxvoted against hate crimes
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Max Baucus (D-MT)MTx9-15/-09 confirmed in a letter to Roberta T http://bit.ly/xDdGk; cosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation; voted for the hate crimes bill
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Jon Tester (D-MT)MTx8-6-09 confirmed yes in a letter to Roberta T http://bit.ly/r7qrO; same ltr received by J. Toevs 8/7/09; voted for the hate crimes billx
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Richard Burr (R-NC)NCxLetter to Robbi Cohn 9-24-09; voted against hate crimes
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Kay Hagan (D-NC)NCx10/23/09: voted for ending filibuster on hate crimes, and voted for hate crimes bill; 10/12/09: office has confirmed that she is undecided; voted for the hate crimes bill; sponsored an inclusive state ENDA bill in 2007 http://bit.ly/lhrTE
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Kent Conrad (D-ND)NDx10/23/09: voted for ending filibuster on hate crimes, and voted for hate crimes bill; voted yea in earlier hate crimes bill vote
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Byron Dorgan (D-ND)NDx9/29/09 Press secretary confirmed yes; 8-10-09 Lore Dickey received letter indicating support, cosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation; voted for the hate crimes bill
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Ben Nelson (D-NE)NExTyler Richard: confirmed yes 7-7-09; voted for hate crimesx
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Mike Johanns (R-NE)NExvoted against hate crimes
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Judd Gregg (R-NH)NHxdid not participate in hate crimes vote
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Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH)NHxCo-sponsorx
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Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ)NJxCo-sponsorx
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Bob Menendez (D-NJ)NJxCo-sponsorx
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Jeff Bingaman (D-NM)NMxCo-sponsorx
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Tom Udall (D-NM)NMxCo-sponsorx
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Harry Reid (D-NV)NVxJoe Sudbay 8-6-09 http://bit.ly/8DA1f confirmed yes
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John Ensign (R-NV)NVxcosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation (S1145 2005); voted against hate crimes; admittedly a long shot
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Chuck Schumer (D-NY)NYxCo-sponsorx
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Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)NYxCo-sponsorx
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George Voinovich (R-OH)OHx10/23/09: voted for ending filibuster on hate crimes, and voted for hate crimes bill; cosponsored S799 (107th) S2393 (106th); voted for 09 hate crimes; Jenette Lynne Kaden and two other pastors met with aide 8-21-09 who was noncommital; Melissa Marie Alexander 7-13-09: undecided when I met with his staff; his support has been suggested by conservatives http://bit.ly/F2Zei
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Sherrod Brown (D-OH)OHxCo-sponsorx
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Jim Inhofe (R-OK)OKxvoted against hate crimes
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Tom Coburn (R-OK)OKxvoted against hate crimes
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Ron Wyden (D-OR)ORxCo-sponsorx
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Jeff Merkley (D-OR)ORxSponsorx
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Arlen Specter (D-PA)PAxCo-sponsorx
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Bob Casey, Jr. (D-PA)PAxCo-sponsorx
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Jack Reed (D-RI)RIxCo-sponsorx
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Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI)RIxCo-sponsorx
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Lindsey Graham (R-SC)SCxdid not participate in hate crimes vote
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Jim DeMint (R-SC)SCxvoted against hate crimes
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Tim Johnson (D-SD)SDxcosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation and gender identity; voted for hate crimesx
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John Thune (R-SD)SDxvoted against hate crimes
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Bob Corker (R-TN)TNxSusan Temple: undecided as of 6-4-09; did not participate in hate crimes vote
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Lamar Alexander (R-TN)TNxdid not participate in hate crimes vote
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Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-TX)TXxvoted against hate crimes; has announced resignation and plans to step down in Oct or Nov.
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John Cornyn (R-TX)TXxvoted against hate crimes
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Orrin Hatch (R-UT)UTxvoted against hate crimes
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Bob Bennett (R-UT)UTxvoted against hate crimes
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Jim Webb (D-VA)VAxCo-sponsorx
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Mark Warner (D-VA)VAxDavid Phillips: yes 6-2-09; voted for hate crimesx
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Patrick Leahy (D-VT)VTxCo-sponsorx
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Bernie Sanders (I-VT)VTxCo-sponsorx
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Patty Murray (D-WA)WAxCo-sponsorx
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Maria Cantwell (D-WA)WAxCo-sponsorx
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Herb Kohl (D-WI)WIxCo-sponsorx
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Russ Feingold (D-WI)WIxCo-sponsorx
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Carte Goodwin (D-WV)WVxFormer Sen. Robert Byrd died June 28, 2010; special election will be held in Nov. 2010
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Jay Rockefeller (D-WV)WVxcosponsored a previous bill with sexual orientation and gender identity; voted for hate crimesx
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