Here are the House Republicans who Voted to Save Obamacare

Below are the names of the House Republicans who voted to save Obamacare on Thursday. Please write, call, email, and visit these GOP turncoats who spent the list 7 years promising us repeal and then voting against it as soon as they got the chance:

Andy Biggs, Arizona

Mike Coffman, Colorado

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Barbara Comstock, Virginia

Ryan Costello, Pennsylvania

Charlie Dent, Pennsylvania

Dan Donovan, New York

Brian Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania

Jaime Herrera Beutler, Washington

Will Hurd, Texas

Walter Jones, North Carolina

David Joyce, Ohio

John Katko, New York

Leonard Lance, New Jersey

Frank LoBiondo, New Jersey

Thomas Massie, Kentucky

Patrick Meehan, Pennsylvania

Dave Reichert, Washington

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Florida

Chris Smith, New Jersey

Mike Turner, Ohio

 

Some of these Republicans voted against the bill for ideological reasons – Massie is a libertarian conservative who believes the entire Obamacare law should be repealed. Dent is a liberal Republican who loves big government, and while he might be against Obamacare is a fan of much of what Obamacare does.

For the most part (other than Massie) these legislators are moderate-liberals who embrace large swaths of Obamacare and are loathe to see the healthcare monstrosity repealed.

Call these legislators and demand that they begin supporting GOP efforts to repeal Obamacare, or else. If they don’t want to abide by their promises then we won’t be voting for them.

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