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04/05/2013

Sen Donnelly (D-IN), Sen Heitkamp (D-ND) come out for marriage; only four Dems remaining

by Jeremy Hooper

Donnelly:

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Heitkamp:

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**Where we now stand: Four Democrats [Mark Pryor (AR), Tim Johnson (SD), Joe Manchin (WV), Mary Landrieu (LA)] and forty-three Republicans (all but Portman and Kirk) have yet to sign on to equality. Both independents (King and Sanders) are on board.

Grand tally: We have fifty-three for equality and forty-seven who are either against or have yet to weigh in. AMAZING!

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