Rubber Stamp Representatives

Katie Hogan, OFA
2017-05-15 16:24:08
Friend -- When it comes to Congress, we should expect our elected representatives to go to Washington and well, represent us. We send them there to speak up for our values and look out for our interests, and that's exactly what they should do. But over the past few months, 34 representatives from all over the country -- Arizona to Michigan, Florida to Illinois -- have been doing the exact opposite. Last November, their constituents rejected this administration's extreme agenda -- and yet, they've gone to Washington and voted "yes," time after time on the White House's harmful policies. Today, OFA is launching a new project to tell these representatives, loudly, that this is unacceptable: my.ofa.us/rubber-stamp-reps Our new Rubber Stamp Reps site gives you the tools you need to help hold these members of Congress accountable. It's up to us to make sure every representative that rubber stamps the White House's agenda, instead of looking out for their constituents' best interest, thinks twice about their next vote -- check out the site: my.ofa.us/rubber-stamp-reps Thanks, Katie Katie Hogan Executive Director Organizing for Action
34 members of Congress are serving as rubber stamps for this administration's destructive agenda - we deserve better.
Organizing for Action
Friend --

When it comes to Congress, we should expect our elected representatives to go to Washington and well, represent us.

We send them there to speak up for our values and look out for our interests, and that's exactly what they should do.

But over the past few months, 34 representatives from all over the country -- Arizona to Michigan, Florida to Illinois -- have been doing the exact opposite.

Last November, their constituents rejected this administration's extreme agenda -- and yet, they've gone to Washington and voted "yes," time after time on the White House's harmful policies.

Today, OFA is launching a new project to tell these representatives, loudly, that this is unacceptable.

Our new Rubber Stamp Reps site gives you the tools you need to help hold these members of Congress accountable.

It's up to us to make sure every representative that rubber stamps the White House's agenda, instead of looking out for their constituents' best interest, thinks twice about their next vote -- learn more here:

Visit the site

Thanks,

Katie

Katie Hogan
Executive Director
Organizing for Action
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