The House of Representatives is likely to vote tomorrow, Thursday, on the repeal of the FCC's Net Neutrality power grab. Using the Congressional Review Act, the repeal of the Net Neutrality order can be accomplished in an expedited way. In particular this means the bill cannot be filibustered in the Senate, so passing it means something.

As Seton Motley said:

This is our first opportunity to rein in the Barack Obama Administration’s ongoing, all-encompassing effort to bypass Congress and enact their Leftist policies via executive branch regulatory fiat.

There are thirteen swing-district Democrats on whom pressure has been put by their leadership to stand for the ridiculous and oppressive notion that is Net Neutrality – by voting Nay on the CRA Resolution.

Let’s persuade them otherwise, shall we?

Democrats in Question Phone Email Fax
Jason Altmire (PA-4) (202) 225-2565 [email protected] (202) 226-2274
Sanford Bishop (GA-2) (202) 225-3631 [email protected] (202) 225-2203
Leonard Boswell (IA-3) (202) 225-3806 [email protected] (202) 225-5608
Jim Costa (CA-20) (202) 225-3341 [email protected] (202) 225-9308
Henry Cuellar (TX-28) (202) 225-1640 from website (202) 225-1641
Reuben Hinojosa (TX-15) (202) 225-2531 [email protected] (202) 225-5688
Tim Holden (PA-17) (202) 225-5546 from website (202) 226-0996
Rick Larsen (WA-2) (202) 225-2605 [email protected] (202) 225-4420
Mike McIntyre (NC-7) (202) 225-2731 from website (202) 225-5773
Jerry McNerney (CA-11) (202) 225-1947 from website (202) 225-4060
Gregory Meeks (NY-6) (202) 225-3461 from website (202) 226-4169
David Scott (GA-13) (202) 225-2939 from website (202) 225-4628
Heath Shuler (NC-11) (202) 225-6401 [email protected] (202) 226-6422