So far you guys have gotten through to sixteen Congressmen. One (Van Hollen) will vote yes, one will vote no (Neal, MA) and fourteen either won’t commit one way or the other or have staffers who cannot answer the question. Neal’s staffer suggested that he opposes because Medicare payments to Mass hospitals might go down.
Interpret that how you want. I see a ton of leeway for voters to make their voices heard.
When you call, try not to let them foist you off on waiting for the conference report, or preferring the House bill or splitting up reform or any other ploy. For various reasons none of those things can possibly happen. House Democrats can pass the Senate bill or they can fail.
Twenty-four offices contacted. One yes, several more seem genuinely unsure about what to do. Call them and make a suggestion.