Here are the nays, from http://www.senate.gov/legislative/LIS/roll_call_lists/roll_call_vote_cfm.cfm?congress=113&session=1&vote=00097#position:
I want to call out the Democrats who voted no, as a Hall of Shame.
Senator Baucus of Montana, for shame.
Senator Begich of Alaska, for shame.
Senator Heitkamp of North Dakota, for shame.
Senator Pryor of Arkansas, for shame.
Senator Reid of Nevada, so much shame on your head.*
I can't begin to express how much disappointment and sadness you have brought to me.
On the positive side, there were Republicans who bucked their party, and they should be called out as well. These Republicans showed as much courage as the roll above earned shame today.
The Roll Call of Courage:
Senator Susan Collins, of Maine, thank you.
Senator Mark Kirk, of Illinois, thank you.
Senator John McCain, of Arizona, thank you.
Senator Pat Toomey, of Pennsylvania, double thanks to you.
Thank you to all of the heroic victims of gun violence who spoke up, who worked, wrote, raised money, and lobbied for gun safety. Thank you to all of you in the majority who voted for gun safety.
There is so much more I want to say, but while feeling so full of rage and sadness, I will refrain. We must be the change we want in the world.
*I've heard that this NAY vote was "merely procedural." I guess time will tell if that is true or not. However, by not reforming the Senate rules when there was a lot of momentum to curb the power of the minority, Harry Reid set the stage for this heart-breaking vote today.