David Hawkings of Roll Call lists the senators that could decide the fate of the Manchin/Toomey/Schumer background check amendment to the senate gun control bill.
Among the Republicans, only four have so far committed to voting for the background check compromise: Toomey, Mark S. Kirk of Illinois, Susan Collins of Maine and John McCain of Arizona.
And the rest of the lobbying attention is being focused on six of the GOP senators who voted last week to bring the bill to the floor in the first place. Johnny Isakson and Saxby Chambliss of Georgia, Jeff Flake of Arizona, Dean Heller of Nevada, Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire and John Hoeven of North Dakota.
Hawkings notes that a key to knowing if they have 60 votes is if they bring up the vote early (i.e. Tuesday). If the vote is put off one day, then they are likely close. The longer it is put off, the less likely it is they have the votes and the harder it will likely be to get to the magic number.
Hat tip NRANews.