Rep. Dan Maffei (D-N.Y.) is standing by the health care bill.

Maffei, who supported the House bill in November, said he will vote for the Senate bill too.

"I’m proud to support this legislation, because it is going to expand coverage, lower costs and finally stop so many of the unfair practices insurance companies have been using for too long," he said in a statement. "While reform process isn’t pretty, we've debated this bill long enough. In fact, we’ve talked about reforming health care for decades. Doing nothing is no longer an option."

Maffei doesn't appear to be in too much electoral trouble at this point. Despite holding down a swing district, a self-funding candidate recently dropped out of the race after losing a number of local county GOP and Conservative Party endorsements.