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Jun 16 2017

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Mast doubles down on Trump’s “mean” health care bill

…then calls deep and damaging cuts to Medicaid, “humanitarian” No matter the negative coverage, scared constituents at the town hall he finally held, and the countless letters to the editor in opposition, Congressman Mast seems like he has not heard a word that could change his mind about the historically unpopular Republican repeal and ripoff […]

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Jun 4 2017

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Attend Rep. Brian Mast’s Town Hall

Will you pledge to go to Rep. Mast’s town hall tonight and demand the truth? Here are the questions he doesn’t want you to ask… but you should: 1) Congressman Mast’s campaign used information hacked and stolen by Russia and then changed their story when they were caught lying about it. Why is he hiding […]

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May 23 2017

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DCCC Statement on Rep. MacArthur’s removal as Tuesday Group Co-Chair

DCCC Spokesman Evan Lukaske issued the following statement on Representative Tom MacArthur’s removal as Tuesday Group co-chair just weeks after rumors surfaced that his colleagues “might oust him as leader”:  “From passing the MacArthur Amendment gutting protections for pre-existing conditions to his attempts to exempt members of Congress from his own disastrous repeal and ripoff […]

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May 19 2017

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ICYMI: Ratings Change in VA-10: Comstock Becomes More Vulnerable

In case you missed it, as numerous strong candidates announce their campaigns against vulnerable Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, Inside Elections moved Virginia’s 10th congressional district to “Tilt Republican”.  Recently the Cook Political Report also moved the race towards the Democrats, rating it “Toss Up.” “Congresswoman Comstock has failed her constituents repeatedly over recent months; from her well […]

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May 8 2017

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Congressman David Valadao Voted Yes on the Republican Health Care Repeal Bill

House Republicans’ Repeal and Ripoff bill would: Drive out-of-pocket costs up 20% Remove coverage for up to 24 million Americans Tax anyone 50 years old or older Eliminate protections for pre-existing conditions You deserve better. Share if you agree. Click the buttons below to share this with your friends and neighbors:

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May 8 2017

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Congressman Bruce Poliquin Voted Yes on the Republican Health Care Repeal Bill

House Republicans’ Repeal and Ripoff bill would: Drive out-of-pocket costs up 20% Remove coverage for up to 24 million Americans Tax anyone 50 years old or older Eliminate protections for pre-existing conditions You deserve better. Share if you agree. Click the buttons below to share this with your friends and neighbors:

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May 8 2017

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Congresswoman Martha McSally Voted Yes on the Republican Health Care Repeal Bill

House Republicans’ Repeal and Ripoff bill would: Drive out-of-pocket costs up 20% Remove coverage for up to 24 million Americans Tax anyone 50 years old or older Eliminate protections for pre-existing conditions You deserve better. Share if you agree. Click the buttons below to share this with your friends and neighbors:

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May 8 2017

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Congressman Kevin Yoder Voted Yes on the Republican Health Care Repeal Bill

House Republicans’ Repeal and Ripoff bill would: Drive out-of-pocket costs up 20% Remove coverage for up to 24 million Americans Tax anyone 50 years old or older Eliminate protections for pre-existing conditions You deserve better. Share if you agree. Click the buttons below to share this with your friends and neighbors:

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May 8 2017

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Congresswoman Claudia Tenney Voted Yes on the Republican Health Care Repeal Bill

House Republicans’ Repeal and Ripoff bill would: Drive out-of-pocket costs up 20% Remove coverage for up to 24 million Americans Tax anyone 50 years old or older Eliminate protections for pre-existing conditions You deserve better. Share if you agree. Click the buttons below to share this with your friends and neighbors:

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May 8 2017

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Congressman Jeff Denham Voted Yes on the Republican Health Care Repeal Bill

House Republicans’ Repeal and Ripoff bill would: Drive out-of-pocket costs up 20% Remove coverage for up to 24 million Americans Tax anyone 50 years old or older Eliminate protections for pre-existing conditions You deserve better. Share if you agree. Click the buttons below to share this with your friends and neighbors:

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