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Democrats on Roberts vote

(CNN) -- The 44 Democratic senators split when it came to voting for Chief Justice John Roberts -- 22 votes for the nominee, 22 against. Of the five Democratic senators viewed as potential presidential candidates, four out of five voted against Roberts. Sen. Russ Feingold of Wisconsin was the only potential candidate to vote for him.

The table below plots the Democrats' votes. Click here to view the complete roll call vote.


Up for reelection in 2006     Possible 2008 Democratic hopeful
FOR AGAINST
Max Baucus
Montana
Daniel Akaka
Hawaii
Jeff Bingaman
New Mexico
Evan Bayh
Indiana
Robert Byrd
West Virginia
Joseph Biden
Delaware
Thomas Carper
Delaware
Barbara Boxer
California
Kent Conrad
North Dakota
Maria Cantwell
Washington
Christopher Dodd
Connecticut
Hillary Clinton
New York
Byron Dorgan
North Dakota
Jon Corzine
New Jersey
Russ Feingold
Wisconsin
Mark Dayton
Minnesota
Tim Johnson
South Dakota
Richard Durbin
Illinois
Herb Kohl
Wisconsin
Dianne Feinstein
California
Mary Landrieu
Louisiana
Tom Harkin
Iowa
Patrick Leahy
Vermont
Daniel Inouye
Hawaii
Carl Levin
Michigan
Edward Kennedy
Massachusetts
Joseph Lieberman
Connecticut
John Kerry
Massachusetts
Blanche Lincoln
Arkansas
Frank Lautenberg
New Jersey
Patty Murray
Washington
Barbara Mikulski
Maryland
Bill Nelson
Florida
Barack Obama
Illinois
Benjamin Nelson
Nebraska
Jack Reed
Rhode Island
Mark Pryor
Arkansas
Harry Reid
Nevada
Jay Rockefeller
West Virginia
Paul Sarbanes
Maryland
Ken Salazar
Colorado
Charles Schumer
New York
Ron Wyden
Oregon
Debbie Stabenow
Michigan



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