From NBC's Ken Strickland
Senate Democrats fell well short of the 60 votes needed to pass the Democrats' strongest measure for troops withdrawal. The amendment offered by Russ Feingold (D) failed by a vote of 28-70.
The Feingold amendment would have forced the president to redeploy most troops out of Iraq by July 2008. And it also would have cut funding for the war -- except fpr the the remaining troops used for going after al Qaeda, protecting US infrastructure/personnel, and training Iraqi forces.
No Republicans supported the measure. More than half the Democratic caucus did, including presidential candidates Clinton, Dodd, and Obama. (Biden is in Iowa)
The other Democrats supporting it were... Akaka (HI), Boxer (CA), Brown (OH), Byrd (WV), Cardin (MD), Durbin (IL), Feingold (WI), Feinstein (CA), Harkin (IA), Inouye (HI), Kennedy (MA), Kerry (MA), Klobuchar (MN), Kohl (WI), Lautenberg (NJ), Leahy (VT), Menendez (NJ), Murray (WA), Reid (NV), Rockefeller (WV), Sanders (VT), Schumer (NY), Stabenow (MI), Whitehouse (RI), and Wyden (OR).