Here is the latest data on the House and how each member will vote. You will note that there are 64 undecided Democrats listed.
Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post notes:
• Of the 64, just seven -- Reps. Brian Baird (Wash.) John Boccieri (Ohio), Rick Boucher (Va.), Suzanne Kosmas (Fla.), Scott Murphy (N.Y.), Glenn Nye (Va.) and John Tanner (Tenn.) -- voted "no" on the first health care bill last November.
• Eighteen of the 64 Democratic fence-sitters represent districts carried by Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) in 2008. The worst performing district for Obama among that group was Boucher's 9th district -- located in southwestern Virginia -- where the president took just 40 percent in 2008. Obama took 49 percent in Kosmas' 24th district as well as Reps. Kathy Dahlkemper's (Pa.) 3rd district and Baron Hill's (Ind.) 9th district.
• There are just four retiring Democrats among the undecideds. That includes Baird and Tanner who previously voted no as well as Reps. Marion Berry (Ark.) and Dennis Moore (Kan.).
• The states with the most undecided members are Ohio (8), New York (6), Illinois (5) and Pennsylvania (4). Both of West Virginia's Democratic members -- Reps. Alan Mollohan and Nick Rahall -- are on the fence.
So Pelosi and her crew have been misleading us on whether they have the votes or not by either telling us they do or telling us they're close. I don't consider 64 undecided votes close.
So keep faxing emailing and calling those Representatives on the list who are on the fence, we have until Sunday folks. Don't give up !
In the words of Yogi Bera, "It ain't over till it's over".