Wednesday, October 14, 2009


We need everyone to pull through on this effort. Please pass it along.

Handwrite a letter stating why you oppose government intrusion into healthcare as well as the legislation currently under consideration to each of the Targeted Senators listed below. Fax your letters to (678) 302-5377.These faxes will be printed out and hand delivered to the Senators' D.C.offices next Monday, October 19. If you do not have the capability to faxthen either email your letters to Sally Oljar at sally.oljar@gmail.comand she will fax it for you, or you can use to fax aletter over the internet.

Your letters must be received by October 15th!

Targeted Senators - handwrite your letters to these senators, then fax your letters to (678) 302-5377, and directly to each senator if you wish.

Sen. Michael F Bennet, Colorado
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-5852, DC Fax Number: 202-228-5036

Sen. Ben Nelson, Nebraska
DC Office Number: 202-224-6551, DC Fax Number: 202-228-0012

Sen. Mary Landrieu, Louisiana
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-5824, DC Fax Number: 202-224-9735

Sen. Mark Pryor, Arkansas
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-2353, DC Fax Number: 202-228-0908

Sen. Blanche Lincoln, Arkansas
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-4843, DC Fax Number: 202-228-1371

Sen. Robert Byrd, West Virginia
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-3954, DC Fax Number: 202-228-0002

Sen. Jim Webb, Virginia
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-4024, DC Fax Number: 202-228-6363

Sen. Mark Warner, Virginia
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-2023, DC Fax Number: 202-224-6295

Sen. Jon Tester, Montana
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-2644, DC Fax Number: 202-224-8594

Sen. Joe Lieberman, Connecticut
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-4041, DC Fax Number: 202-224-9750

Sen. Mark Begich, Alaska
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-3004, DC Fax Number: 202-224-2354

Sen. Evan Bayh, Indiana
DC Office Phone Number: 202-224-5623, DC Fax Number: 202-228-1377

Your letters must be received by October 15th!

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