First, Sen. Lincoln Chaffee (R-RI). From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island, offered some praise for Feingold, saying the resolution would be “positive” if it fueled debate over the legality of some policies in the war on terrorism.
Also, Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA), who said he would vote for censure. From the Washington Post:
“The president broke the law and he needs to be held accountable,” [Harkin] said. “Talk about high crimes and misdemeanors!” Harkin said he’ll vote for the Feingold resolution — if it comes up.
Nevertheless, the AP reports “not a single Democrat has embraced” Feingold’s censure resolution.
UPDATE: Sen. Harkin is now the first official co-sponsor of Feingold’s resolution:
In a brief interview, Harkin said, “I think it makes sense. … Quite frankly, I think we ought to have a full-fledged debate on this.” …
Feingold said that even though support for his resolution is low so far, he believes he is already meeting his goal of reopening the debate on the matter.
“I’ve achieved what I wanted to achieve,” Feingold said, adding that he still hopes his resolution will pass. “I’m very pleased with what has happened.”