DADT repeal to come up for a vote in the Senate, thus assuring passage of this reform:
(UPDATE: Richard Burr and John Ensign subsequently switched their votes after the initial vote, making a total of eight Republicans in favor of moving the issue forward.)
Republican Senators who voted to allow the DREAM Act to come up for a vote in the Senate:
Not enough in the second case to allow the bill to pass, unfortunately. The real hero of the three is Lugar, who supported the bill even though he is probably going to face a primary challenge in 2012. As pointed out on TPM, the fact that Murkowski and Bennett both lost the backing of the Republican party probably explains their new-found independence. Murkowski should be interesting to watch in the next Congress.