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Please Thank These 20 Members of Congress for Voting for Jim Jordan for Speaker

Updated: Jan 8




(Jim Jordan would obviously be a boon for this nation if he were Speaker. However, that would mean he would not be on the Judiciary Committee, a power committee that holds lawmakers feet to the fire. He also indicated that he does not want the Speaker's job. That said, the votes for him are a clear message that WE are fed up with the Republicans passing the Democrats' big government agenda and trampling all over our inalienable rights. These 20 congressmen need to be applauded for standing up for Conostitutional values and principles.McCarthy has got to go! JB)

Freedomworks

Since Kevin McCarthy announced his candidacy for Speaker, FreedomWorks has urged him to work with the Freedom Caucus to ensure the 118th Congress operates in a deliberate, transparent, and accountable manner. Kevin McCarthy should not be Speaker until he works with conservatives to restore accountability and transparency in the legislative process. For this reason, we ask you to please use the U.S. Capitol Switchboard at (202) 225-3121 to call these 20 members of Congress and thank them for voting for Jim Jordan as Speaker!

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Rep. Andy Biggs Rep. Dan Bishop Rep. Lauren Boebert Rep. Josh Brecheen Rep. Michael Cloud Rep. Andrew Clyde Rep. Eli Crane Rep. Matt Gaetz Rep. Bob Good Rep. Paul Gosar Rep. Andy Harris Rep. Anna Paulina Luna Rep. Mary Miller Rep. Ralph Norman Rep. Andy Ogles Rep. Scott Perry Rep. Matt Rosendale Rep. Chip Roy Rep. Keith Self Rep. Byron Donalds

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Please consider also tweeting these 20 lawmakers too to thank each one for voting for Jim Jordan for Speaker! Watch Rep. Chip Roy’s House floor where he lays out the reasons why he is fighting to make Congress work for the American people again.



FreedomWorks will count the vote for Speaker on our 2023 Congressional Scorecard and reserves the right to score any amendments, motions, or other related votes. The scorecard is used to determine eligibility for the FreedomFighter Award, which recognizes Members of the House and Senate who consistently vote to support economic freedom and individual liberty.


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