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One million Americans have now signed the Revere America petition to repeal the healthcare law; And NY Candidates that have signed

October 29, 2010

Revere America

Revere America Continues “Pledge to Win” Campaign with Massive Get-Out-the-Vote Effort

Former New York Governor George Pataki, Chairman of Revere America, announced a coordinated and wide-reaching get out the vote effort to remind Americans that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) needs to be repealed and replaced.

Revere America will target the top 100 House races and the top 5 Senate races with direct mail to 300,000 voters and automated phone calls recorded by Gov. Pataki to registered voters reminding them to vote.

One million Americans have now signed the Revere America petition to repeal the healthcare law. These will be delivered to Capitol Hill.

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Congressional Candidates Pledge to Repeal and Replace Healthcare Law

Revere America today announced that a bipartisan group of candidates for Congress have joined House Minority Leader John Boehner in signing its pledge to Repeal and Replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).

The pledge, which was sent to all incumbents and Congressional candidates, reads: “I pledge, that if elected to serve the people of (state, district) I will vote to repeal Public Law 111-152 and Public Law 111-148 and work toward enacting responsible health care reform.”

“We are pleased that a range of candidates are getting aboard the Repeal and Replace movement,” said former Gov. George Pataki, Chairman of Revere America.  “We are counting on the new Members of the 111th Congress to step up and undo the damage done by the last Congress. Revere America is receiving signed pledges every day.”

FROM NY: Randolph Altschuler-R (NY-1), John Gomez-R (NY-2), Kenneth Reynolds-R (NY-7), Diana Muniz-R (NY-10), Michael Grimm-R (NY-13), Nan Hayworth-R (NY-19), Chris Gibson-R (NY-20), Leonard Roberto-R (NY-27).

Click here to see all who signed the pledge.

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