West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin on Wednesday told The New York Times that he would vote for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).

“There's no way that I could not support something that basically bans discrimination,” Manchin told the paper. “There's no way. It's just a fundamental right.”

Manchin became the final Democratic holdout on the legislation after Arkansas Senator Mark Pryor announced his backing on Tuesday and Florida Senator Bill Nelson did so on Monday.

The endorsements came within days after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced that a full Senate vote on ENDA will take place before Thanksgiving.

ENDA, which seeks to prohibit workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, cleared a Senate committee in July. Three Republicans – Senators Mark Kirk of Illinois, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Orrin Hatch of Utah – joined all Democrats on the committee in sending the bill to the full Senate.

The legislation is within one vote of gaining the support it needs to clear the Senate.

A possible fourth Republican vote could come from Ohio's Rob Portman, who earlier this week said he was leaning in that direction. Portman announced in March his support for marriage equality. He said he reversed his stance after learning that his son is gay.