Fw: Are you represented by a Highway Hypocrite?

Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 7:56 PM
Subject: Are you represented by a Highway Hypocrite?

The Democratic Party
Daniel —

Are you represented in Congress by a Highway Hypocrite?

Highway Hypocrites voted against the Recovery Act and spent the last year attacking it — while praising it in letters requesting funds and press releases touting projects in their districts.

We’ve identified 118 Republican senators and representatives guilty of highway hypocrisy. But we know there are more.

Click here to find out if you’re represented by a Highway Hypocrite — and help us expose others.

Are you represented by a highway hypocrite?

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says the Recovery Act created as many as 3.9 million jobs. But Highway Hypocrites already knew the Recovery Act was putting Americans to work across the country, they were simply attacking it to score political points.

We’ve identified just over half of all Republicans in Congress as Highway Hypocrites — but we’re on a campaign to expose them all. So we’ve got one question for every Republican who voted against the Recovery Act: How much Recovery Act money have you requested for your district?

Find out where your representatives stand on the Recovery Act now. If you are represented by a Republican who voted against the Recovery Act, use our easy online tool to write them a letter asking how much money they have requested.

We’re hoping to build pressure to make them come clean. After all, shouldn’t Republican members of Congress be proud of fighting to create jobs in their districts?

Get started:




Jen O’Malley Dillon
Executive Director
Democratic National Committee

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