Here is the 53-to-41 vote by which the Senate failed to shut off debate on a bill to limit campaign spending. A vote "for" was a vote to end the filibuster, while a vote "against" was a vote to continue the debate. Sixty votes are needed to end a filibuster.

DEMOCRATS FOR

Adams (Wash.), Baucus (Mont.), Bentsen (Tex.), Bingaman (N.M.), Boren (Okla.), Bradley (N.J.), Breaux (La.), Bumpers (Ark.), Burdick (N.D.), Byrd (W.Va.), Chiles (Fla.), Conrad (N.D.), Cranston (Calif.), Daschle (S.D.), DeConcini (Ariz.), Dixon (Ill.), Dodd (Conn.), Exon (Neb.), Ford (Ky.), Fowler (Ga.), Glenn (Ohio), Graham (Fla.), Harkin (Iowa), Hollings (S.C.), Inouye (Hawaii), Johnston (La.), Kennedy (Mass.), Kerry (Mass.), Lautenberg (N.J.), Leahy (Vt.), Levin (Mich.), Matsunaga (Hawaii), Melcher (Mont.), Metzenbaum (Ohio), Mikulski (Md.), Mitchell (Maine), Moynihan (N.Y.), Nunn (Ga.), Pell (R.I.), Proxmire (Wis.), Pryor (Ark.), Reid (Nev.), Riegle (Mich.), Rockefeller (W.Va.), Sanford (N.C.), Sarbanes (Md.), Sasser (Tenn.), Simon (Ill.), Stennis (Miss.), Wirth (Colo.)

REPUBLICANS FOR

Chafee (R.I.), Kassebaum (Kan.), Stafford (Vt.)

DEMOCRATS AGAINST

Heflin (Ala.), Shelby (Ala.)

REPUBLICANS AGAINST

Armstrong (Colo.), Bond (Mo.), Boschwitz (Minn.), Cohen (Maine), D'Amato (N.Y.), Danforth (Mo.), Domenici (N.M.), Durenberger (Minn.), Evans (Wash), Garn (Utah), Grassley (Iowa), Hatch (Utah), Hatfield (Ore.), Hecht (Nev.), Heinz (Pa.), Helms (N.C.), Humphrey (N.H.), Karnes (Neb.), Kasten (Wis.), Lugar (Ind.), McCain (Ariz.), McClure (Idaho), McConnell (Ky.), Murkowski (Alaska), Nickles (Okla.), Packwood (Ore.), Pressler (S.D.), Quayle (Ind.), Roth (Del.), Rudman (N.H.), Simpson (Wyo.), Specter (Pa.), Symms (Idaho), Thurmond (S.C.), Trible (Va.), Wallop (Wyo), Warner (Va.), Weicker (Conn.), Wilson (Calif.)