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Senators who switched vote on cloture

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(CNN) -- Here are some facts from tonight's broadcast that you might find interesting.

18 Senators switched vote on cloture from 'Nay' to 'Yea'

14 Republicans
2 Democrats

ROBERT BENNETT (R-UT)
JEFF BINGAMAN (D-NM)
CHRISTOPHER BOND (R-MO)
BARBARA BOXER (D-CA)
RICHARD BURR (R-NC)
NORM COLEMAN (R-MN)
SUSAN COLLINS (R-ME)
LARRY CRAIG (R-ID)
PETE DOMINICI (R-NM)
JUDD GREGG (R-NH)
JON KYL (R-AZ)
MITCH MCCONNELL (R-KY)
LISA MURKOWSKI (R-AK)
MARK PRYOR (D-AR)
OLYMPIA SNOWE (R-ME)
TED STEVENS (R-AK)
JOHN WARNER (R-VA)
JIM WEBB (D-VA)

Didn't vote last time

SAM BROWNBACK (R-KS) YEA
TOM COBURN (R-OK) NO
MICHAEL ENZI (R-WY) NO

'Yea' last time and 'Nay' today

EVAN BAYH (D-IN)
DEBBIE STABENOW (D-MI)
JOHN BARRASSO (R-WY)

Source: U.S. Senate: Legislation & Records, comparing the following votes:
Vote 228external link
Vote 206external link


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According to Senate records, 18 U.S. Senators have switched their vote on cloture from 'Nay' to 'Yea'.

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