And then there were two . . .
Rep. Jim Marshall was one of only two House Democrats to vote against overriding President Bush's veto of a $35 billion spending increase for the State Children's Health Insurance Program on Thursday.
"We're trying to say to Marshall, don't take the Democratic base for granted," said Howie Klein, treasurer of Blue America, a group of politically active bloggers. "If he wants that Democratic vote in his district, then he's going to have to vote like a Democrat."