H.R. 1140 URGENT REQUEST FOR COSPONSORS

H.R. 1140 URGENT REQUEST FOR COSPONSORS

Listed below are the Congressional Representatives that we need to put pressure on in order to get them to cosponsor H.R. 1140, The Railroad Retirement and Survivor’s Improvement Act of 2001. We have visited their Washington, DC offices and have been unable to get them to cosponsor H.R. 1140.

If your Representative is listed below then you should call and write them requesting them to cosponsor H.R. 1140 now. If you are contacting a Republican Representative ask them to please call Congressman Don Young’s office at 202-225-9446 and ask Fraser Verrusio to add their name to the bill as a cosponsor. If you are contacting a Democratic Representative call Congressman James Oberstar’s office at 202-225-3274 and ask Rachel Carr to add their name as a cosponsor to H.R. 1140. The way to ensure passage of this important bill is for their constituents to put as much heat as possible on the Representatives listed below. Your help is greatly appreciated.

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Representatives Who Have Not Yet Signed On As Cosponsors Of H.R. 1140

Arizona

Jeff Flake (R-1)
John Shadegg (R-4)
Jim Kolbe (R-5)
J. D. Hayworth (R-6)

California

Wally Herger (R-2)
Anna G. Eshoo (D-14)
Sam Farr (D-17)
William M. Thomas (R-21)
Howard P. McKeon (R-25)
David Drier (R-28)
Maxine Waters (D-35)
Edward Royce (R-39)
Jerry Lewis (R-40)
Gary G. Miller (R-41)
Dana Rohrabacher (R-45)
Christopher Cox (R-47)
Randy Cunningham (R-51)
Duncan L. Hunter (R-52)

Colorado

Bob Schaffer (R-4)
Joel Hefley (R-5)
Tom Tancredo (R-6)

Connecticut

Christopher Shays (R-4)

Florida

Joe Scarborough (R-1)
Clifford Stearns (R-6)
Michael Bilirakis (R-9)
C. W. Young (R-10)
Dan Miller (R-13)
Porter J. Goss (R-14)
Dave Weldon (R-15)
E. Clay Shaw, Jr., (R-22)

Georgia

Jack Kingston (R-1)

Illinois

Philip M. Crane (R-8)
J. Dennis Hastert (R-14)

Indiana

Mike Pence (R-2)

Iowa

Jim Nussle (R-2)

Kansas

Jim Ryun (R-2)

Michigan

Peter Hoekstra (R-2)
Nick Smith (R-7)
Joseph Knollenberg (R-11)

Mississippi

Gene Taylor (D-5)

New Hampshire

John E. Sununu (R-1)

New Jersey

Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11)

New Mexico

Heather A. Wilson (R-1)

New York

Thomas Reynolds (R-27)
Amory Houghton (R-31)

North Carolina

Cass Ballenger (R-10)

Ohio

Steve Chabot (R-1)
Ralph Regula (R-16)

Oklahoma

Steve Largent (R-1)

Pennsylvania

Pat Toomey (R-15)
Joseph R. Pitts (R-16)

South Carolina

Jim DeMint (R-4)

Tennessee

Zach Wamp (R-3)
Van Hilleary (R-4)
Ed Bryant (R-7)

Texas

Sam Johnson (R-3)
Mac Thornberry (R-13)
Ron Paul (R-14)
Charles W. Stenholm (D-17)
Lamar S. Smith (R-21)
Thomas D. DeLay (R-22)
Richard K. Armey (R-26)

Wisconsin

Paul D. Ryan (R-1)
James Sensenbrenner (R-9)