Keep going West into Mississippi, where Rep. Gene Taylor said on Monday he will vote no. Also against the current plans, Rep. Travis Childers.
Here's an interesting rundown with newspaper story links on a number of these members and other Democrats as well - http://bit.ly/XlAI8 -
A couple of others 'no' votes aren't surprises, like Rep. Dan Boren of Oklahoma, Rep. Walt Minnick of Idaho, Rep. Heath Shuler of North Carolina and Rep. Allen Boyd of Florida.
There are more of those 'no' votes out there on the Democratic side. If you assume that no more than one GOP'er will vote for a bill with a public option (Cao of Louisiana) then anything over 41 Democratic 'no' votes will kill this bill.
A lot of other Democrats are in play right now. Many will probably hope they aren't forced to vote on a bill with a public option, since that seems to have little chance at getting through the Senate.
It's going to be an interesting next six weeks of arm twisting and maneuvering.