In 2013, Senator Cornyn's Concealed Carry Reciprocity bill received 57 votes
, three short of the 60 it needed for passage. Thirteen Democrats voted for it, though seven of them have been defeated. With 53 Republican votes (assuming that all the new Republicans vote "yes" and Mark Kirk from Illinois continues to vote "no"), that would give 59 votes for the bill. Can the bill pick up Kirk or one more Democrat? The only new Democrat is Gary Peters for Michigan, but he seems to be a very unlikely vote
The votes in 2013 are shown below.