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“Chickens” Refusing Town Hall Meetings

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UPDATED SEPTEMBER 4, 2009

The following list contains the elected officials who refuse to hold town hall meetings on the matter of health reform. Do you really want to vote in favor of these individuals who have better things to do than to listen to your concerns? Print this list so you will have it in hand when the 2010/2012 polling stations open. Congressional members run for reelection every 2 years; senators run every 4 years.

Alabama

Rep. Bobby Bright (D) – 2nd District

Rep. Mike Rogers (R) – 3rd District

Alaska

Sen. Mark Begich (D) – reelection in 2012

Arizona

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D) – 8th District

Rep. Ed Pastor (D) – 4th District

Rep. Harry Mitchell (D) – 5th District

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D) – 1st District

California

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D) – reelection in 2010

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D) – reelection in 2012

Rep. Jane Harman (D) – 36th District

Rep. Henry Waxman (D) – 30th District

Rep. Doris Matsui (D) – 5th District

Rep. Lynn Woolsey (D) – 6th District

Connecticut

Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D) – 3rd District

Florida

Rep. Robert Wexler (D) – 19th District

Rep. Suzanne Kosmas (D) – 24th District

Rep. Alan Grayson (D) – 8th District

Sen. Bill Nelson (D) – reelection in 2012

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) – 20th District

Illinois

Rep. Melissa Bean (D) – 8th District (note: Rep. Bean is charging a $25 entrance fee for her town hall meeting)

Rep. Debbie Halverson (D) – 11th District

Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D) – 2nd District

Sen. Roland Burris (D) – reelection in 2010

Rep. Peter Roskam (D) – 6th District

Rep. Bill Foster (D) – 14th District

Sen. Dick Durbin (D) – reelection in 2012

Indiana

Rep. Andre Carson (D) – 7th District

Rep. Brad Ellsworth (D) – 8th District

Kansas

Rep. Dennis Moore (D) – 3rd District

Kentucky

Rep. Ben Chandler (D) – 6th District

Maine

Rep. Chellie Pingree (D) – 1st District

Maryland

Rep. John Sarbanes (D) – 3rd District

Massachusetts

Rep. John F. Tierney (D) – 6th District

Rep. John Olver (D) – 1st District

Rep. Richard Neal (D) – 2nd District

Michigan

Rep. Mark Schauer (D) – 7th District

Rep. Bart Stupak (D) – 1st District

Rep. Mike Rogers (R) – 8th District

Minnesota

Sen. Al Franken (D) – reelection in 2012

Rep. Jim Oberstar (D) – 8th District

Mississippi

Rep. Travis Childers (D) – 1st District

Missouri

William “Lacy” Clay, Jr. (D) – 1st District

Ike Skelton (D) – 4th District

Emanuel Cleaver (D) – 5th District

Montana

Sen. Max Baucus (D) – reelection in 2012

Sen. Jon Tester (D) – reelection in 2012

New Hampshire

Carol Shea-Porter (D), 1st District

Paul Hodes (D), 2nd District

New Jersey

Rep. Bob Andrews (D) – 1st District

Rep. Chris Smith (R) – 4th District

Rep. Donald Payne (D) – 10th District

Rep. Leonard Lance (R) – 7th District

New York

Rep. Tim Bishop (D) – 1st District

Rep. Steve Israel (D) – 2nd District

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D) – reelection in 2010

Rep. Brian Higgins (D) – 27th District

Rep. Louise Slaughter (D) – 28th District (added September 4, 2009)

North Carolina

Rep. Brad Miller (D) – 13th District

Rep. Mike McIntyre (D) – 7th District

Rep. Mel Watt (D) – 12th District

Sen. Kay Hagan (D) – reelection in 2012

Rep. David Price (D) – 4th District

Rep. Heath Shuler (D) – 11th District

Ohio

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) – reelection in 2012

Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D) – 9th District

Rep. Betty Sutton (D) – 13th District

Rep. Tim Ryan (D) – 17th District

Rep. Charlie Wilson (D) – 6th District

Pennsylvania

Sen. Robert Casey (D) – reelection in 2012

Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D) – 13th District

Rep. Patrick Murphy (D) – 8th District

Rep. Chris Carney (D) – 10th District

Rep. John Murtha (D) – 12th District

Rhode Island

Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D) – 1st District

Sen. Jack Reed (D) – reelection in 2012

Tennessee

Rep. Jim Cooper (D) – 5th District

Rep. John Tanner (D) – 8th District

Texas

Rep. Chet Edwards (D) – 17th District

Rep. Lamar Smith (R) – 21st District

Rep. Ruben Hinojosa (D) – 15th District

Rep. Henry Cuellar (D) – 28th District

Rep. Solomon Ortiz (D) – 27th District

Utah

Rep. Jim Matheson (D) – 2nd District

Virginia

Sen. Jim Webb (D) – reelection in 2012

Rep. Gerald Connolly (D) – 11th District

Washington

Rep. Norm Dicks (D) – 6th District

Rep. Jay Inslee (D) – 1st District

Sen. Maria Cantwell – reelection in 2012

Sen. Patty Murray – reelection in 2010

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