Members of the U.S. Congress

For Android users, texting your Zip Code to (520) 200-2223 is a quick and convenient way to get the telephone numbers for your Senators and Representatives.

If you know who your members of Congress are, call this number: 202.225.3121 and ask to speak to one of them.

If you do not know your Representative or Senators, click here:Members of U.S. Congress

Otherwise, this will be a useful link for folks who want to contact Senators and Representatives in Washington to tell them no vouchers, no premium supports and no privatization.

You can also use this site to send a fax to your member of Congress

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8 thoughts on “Members of the U.S. Congress”

  1. handsoffmedicare
    Leave our social security alone we worked hard our whole life for it , baby boomer here . We were hard working Americans , it’s time for the millenniums to get to work protect our senior citizen Pay in to the Social Security working .

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  2. Hands off Medicare Its time the representatives stopped working to get tax breaks for the wealthy by repealing the ACA and start some of that religious caring that the right claims to have by improving the ACA not repealing it. In doing so leave the ACA funding alone that makes Medicare solvent. It is easy to profess to be Christian like but it seems the Republicans have forgotten how to actually treat others as a Christian would. Making America sick again by what they are doing is more like what the Devil would do.

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  3. Hands off our healthcare, Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security. Social Security is not an entitlement, it’s an earned benefit which we earn through payroll deductions. It’s not meant to finance wars, or provide a surplus for tax cuts. It’s meant for us. Healthcare is not a privilege, it’s a human right. The US is at the bottom of the list of every developed country in not providing for its citizens. The rich do not need another tax cut at our expense, and especially when lives are on the line. Same is true for Medicaid. How does a congress have the malice to cut poor people off from health services, when our taxes pay for their premium healthcare, plus the pre-existing condition clause that they are denying us? This is an outrageous testimony to the contempt with which they view the average American, and much more the poor one. We all should be in the streets and preparing ourselves, our friends and families to vote these legislators out.

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