The majority of the constituents in these districts voted against this administration's platform, yet their representatives are acting as rubber stamps for the White House's extreme agenda rather than working for the people they represent.
Tell them: We deserve better.
Six years ago in Tucson, Arizona, a shooter opened fire on a group of constituents gathered to speak with their representative, Gabrielle Giffords. Six were killed, and more than a dozen others—including Rep. Giffords—were injured. One of the survivors reflects on her experience—and how access to health care has made all the difference for her recovery.
A small-business owner in Florida worries that the repeal of the Affordable Care Act could mean the end of his medication—or worse.
"Rep. Denham didn't fight for people like me. But I'll be fighting every day so that he and his colleagues in Congress are held accountable for their vote to take away health care from me and millions of others."
A terminal cancer patient from Rep. Rodney Davis' district in southern Illinois vows to defend the progress of Obamacare and asks for help calling out the rubber stamps in Congress.
A retiree from Cardiff-by-the-Sea worries what her future—and that of her neighbors—will look like if her congressman, Rep. Darrell Issa, continues to ignore input from health care experts and the concerns of his own constituents.
A New Jersey mother whose son, Adam, lives with a pre-existing condition explains why she's speaking out and organizing at the local level to hold her congressman—Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen—and those like him accountable for voting to gut essential Medicaid funding.