electics

Hi everyone, if you’re an American 50 Republican Senators literally just voted to take your health care! let’s list them, what state they’re in and when they’re up for re-election, because you never know when it might come in handy!

  • Lamar Alexander, Tennessee, 2020
  • John Barrasso, Wyoming, 2018
  • Roy Blunt, Missouri, 2022
  • John Boozman, Arkansas, 2022
  • Richard Burr, North Carolina, 2022
  • Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia, 2020
  • Bill Cassidy, Louisiana, 2020
  • Thad Cochran, Mississippi, 2020
  • Bob Corker, Tennessee, 2018
  • John Cornyn, Texas, 2020
  • Tom Cotton, Arkansas, 2020
  • Mike Crapo, Idaho, 2022
  • Ted Cruz, Texas, 2018
  • Steve Daines, Montana, 2020
  • Mike Enzi, Wyoming, 2020
  • Joni Ernst, Iowa, 2020
  • Deb Fischer, Nebraska, 2018
  • Jeff Flake, Arizona, 2018
  • Cory Gardner, Colorado, 2020
  • Lindsey Graham, South Carolina, 2020
  • Chuck Grassley, Iowa, 2022
  • Orrin Hatch, Utah, 2018
  • Dean Heller, Nevada, 2018
  • John Hoeven, North Dakota, 2022
  • Jim Inhofe, Oklahoma, 2020
  • Johnny Isakson, Georgia, 2022
  • Ron Johnson, Wisconsin, 2022
  • John N. Kennedy, Louisiana, 2022
  • James Lankford, Oklahoma, 2022
  • Mike Lee, Utah, 2022
  • John McCain, Arizona, 2022
  • Mitch McConnell, Kentucky, 2020
  • Jerry Moran, Kansas, 2022
  • Rand Paul, Kentucky, 2022
  • David Perdue, Georgia, 2020
  • Rob Portman, Ohio, 2022
  • Jim Risch, Idaho, 2020
  • Pat Roberts, Kansas, 2020
  • Mike Rounds, South Dakota, 2020
  • Marco Rubio, Florida, 2022
  • Ben Sasse, Nebraska, 2020
  • Tim Scott, South Carolina, 2022
  • Richard Shelby, Alabama, 2022
  • Luther Strange, Alabama, 2017
  • Dan Sullivan, Alaska, 2020
  • John Thune, South Dakota, 2022
  • Thom Tillis, North Carolina, 2020
  • Pat Toomey, Pennsylvania, 2022
  • Roger Wicker, Mississippi, 2018
  • Todd Young, Indiana, 2022

So if you live in one of these states, your senator voted to kill Obamacare today (July 25, 2017) If you or any one you care about is getting health coverage through the ACA or the medicaid expansion, these 50 people voted to take it away. So if you live in one of these seats, maybe don’t vote for them in 2018, 2020 or 2022 (or 2017 if you live in Alabama) In fact what you should do is find the Democrat running against them, the person who won’t take away your health care, and work for that person, knock doors, and make phone calls and do whatever it takes to turf these guys out of office. So maybe we can stop worrying every day if the Republicans in Congress are going to take the healthcare of millions of Americans.

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You gotta believe in something, something, something

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Michigan official asks people to “kill every last Muslim” on Facebook — and won’t apologize for it

  • A Michigan politician is facing backlash for refusing to apologize for a Facebook post that urged people to “kill every last Muslim,” the Traverse City Record-Eagle reported.
  • Jeff Sieting, village president of Kalkaska, a small Michigan town about 230 miles northwest of Detroit, posted a lengthy anti-Muslim Facebook status in November. 
  • The post said Islam was a “death cult,” and called on non-Muslims to “kill every last Muslim, burn every last copy of their satanic book, burn every last mosque to the ground.” The post also said the only “answer” to terrorism is to nuke the two holiest Islamic cities — Mecca and Medina — and 10 of the largest Muslim-majority cities.
  • The post was found by Kalkaska native Cindy Anderson. Anderson and other constituents asked Sieting to apologize, but he refused, and now, his constituents are looking to remove him from office. Read more (7/13/17)
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New study projects a stunning drop in 2018 millennial voter turnout in battleground states

  • The 2016 presidential election — and its outcome — may have given plenty of Americans a new sense of urgency when it comes to civics.
  • But a new study projects that 40 million Americans who voted last year will likely not show up at the polls for the 2018 midterms.
  • And that two-thirds of those “drop-off” voters will be millennials, unmarried women and people of color.
  • The report, just out from the Voter Participation Center and Lake Research Partners, “Comparing the Voting Electorate in 2012-2016 and Predicting 2018 Drop-off,” notes that many of those expected not to cast a ballot next year live in key battleground states like Arizona, Nevada, Florida and Ohio. Read more (7/21/17)
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