Candidates' Votes Scrutinized

The votes cast by U.S. senators who are also running for president come under scrutiny by the public and by rivals, but never more so than on the issue of the Iraq war.

This week, the Senate has been debating various proposals for funding the war, including one that would set benchmarks for progress and another that would cut off funds in March. Here is how the Senate's six presidential hopefuls voted, and what's at stake.

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