Mark Pryor (D-AR), Robert Bennett (R-UT), Robert Casey (D-PA), Judd Gregg (R-NH), Blanche Lincoln (D-AR), John Sununu (R-NH), Mary Landrieu (D-LA), Susan Collins (R-ME), Pete Domenici (R-NM), and Bill Nelson (D-FL).However, it seems as though some Republicans (including Sen. Cornyn [R-TX]) are skeptical of this alternative or any calls for change in policy until the president offers his report on Iraq in September. Meanwhile, Sens. Lugar (R-IN) and Warner (R-VA) are working on a proposal that will be revealed after the president offers an interim report on progress in Iraq by July 15.
While Senate Republicans have shown some levels of division in approaches to Iraq policy, Senate Democrats have shown some divisions, too, with Majority Whip Durbin (D-IL) predicting that the Senate will be unable (contrary to the wishes of some Democrats) to force deadlines for a total end to Iraq military operations--at the moment, at least. And Majority Leader Reid (D-NV) has apparently not yet decided if he will support a vote on the Salazar amendment.