I called all of them. The only office that answered the phone or would take a message was Rep Bradd Ellsworth, In. I had a conversation with someone on his staff. I asked how the calls were coming, and she hedged. She said that they had been getting more calls than previously yesterday and today. When I pressed and asked if they were still getting more nay calls, she laughed nervously.
She didn't ask if I were in the district. I talked about going against the will of the people and how reps had such short terms and that In was such a conservative state. She replied that he was going to run for the Senate in the fall. I said good luck if he votes with the president. She thanked me for the call.
All the others either had full mail boxes or had busy signals. Keep up the pressure. Try calling them. You might accidentally get someone to answer. If you actually can talk to someone, just honestly express your opinions. Who knows, perhaps it will make a difference.
TAKE ACTION: Today, tomorrow, this weekend….without fail….please pick up the phone call these representatives who remain uncommitted on this bill….
Rep. Kathy Dahlkemper (PA-3)
Rep. Joe Donnelly (IN-2)
Rep. Steve Driehaus (OH-1)
Rep. Brad Ellsworth (IN-8)
Rep. Baron Hill (IN-9)
Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (AZ-1)
Rep. Harry Mitchell (AZ-5)
Rep. Earl Pomeroy (At Large)
Rep. Dina Titus (NV-3)
Odds are you’ll get a voice-mail recording. That’s OK.