Boehner Needs to be Replaced as Speaker: HELP NOW!

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Representative Ted Yoho, a conservative from north central Florida, voted against Boehner last time and now he’s offering himself as Boehner’s replacement. We must do everything in our power to make that happen.

FROM YOHO:
“Our vote for a new Speaker is not a personal vote against Representative Boehner – it is a vote against the status quo,” Yoho said. “Our vote is a signal to the American people that we too, have had enough of Washington politics, and that we will stand with the American people. This is a renewed commitment of our Oath of Office, the people we represent, and the Constitution. In 2015, we will take America back, we will restore opportunity for every American, and we will rebuild America.”

makethemlistenIf not, we’re giving the GOP establishment the go-ahead for Amnesty, printing money, borrowing, spending, deficits and the full-funding of ObamaCare.

Reps. Jim Bridenstine (R-OK) and Thomas Massie (R-KY) announced they also will not be voting for Boehner on Tuesday.

Here’s the skinny on how to get in on the fight from my pal Paul Arnold below – this is an event is to replace John Boehner as Speaker of the House on January 6, 2015, when the 114th Congress meets for the first time. At least 30 Republican votes opposing Boehner are needed.

The plan begins on Monday morning and all the way up to Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. THIS IS KEY:

• Find your state. If your Representative is on the list, call his/her office and demand a vote against Boehner for Speaker. (Please note: only Republicans are on the list)

• Call Boehner’s office and demand he resign as Speaker.

Click BELOW TO GET ALL THE INFO YOU NEED TO JOIN THe FiGHT:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1476471035921641/

IF YOU CANNOT GET THROUGH ON A REPRESENTATIVE’S DIRECT NUMBER, CALL THE SWITCHBOARD AND ASK TO BE TRANSFERRED TO THE REPRESENTATIVE’S OFFICE.

SWITCHBOARD # 202-224-3121

Hat tip Breitbart:

“I ran for Congress in 2012 because I had had enough,” Yoho said in announcing his public opposition to Boehner. “Enough of career politicians, enough of political gamesmanship, and enough of the lack of leadership in Washington. As we enter 2015, we are faced with overwhelming challenges. However, the dawn of 2015 also promises unlimited potential and the opportunity to begin rebuilding America.”

Yoho also said in his statement that he would be willing to stand up as a potential alternative candidate to Boehner, if members feel they need to vote for someone other than Boehner even though the Congressional Research Service report detailing speakership elections says there is no need for an alternative. Technically, Republicans need just 29 GOP votes for someone other than Boehner as Speaker on the first ballot—at which point the vote would be kicked off to a second or third or fourth ballot. If Boehner is not re-elected swiftly on the first ballot, it is likely that shortly thereafter an alternative would emerge.

In a news release, Rep. Bridenstine applauded Yoho’s actions. “Congressman Ted Yoho is a courageous leader. I applaud and respect him for standing up to offer an alternative to the status quo,” the Oklahoma Republican announced. “I could certainly vote for Ted Yoho as Speaker of the House. The idea that John Boehner and Nancy Pelosi are the only two alternatives is incorrect. Now we have a real choice. Members must decide if they are for the status quo or for a change in direction.”

Come on – Boehner raised millions from left-wing unions and groups who want to destroy conservatives and Tea Party candidates. Get him the hell out of the leadership row.

We got Cantor out – but it’s not enough.

• Find your state. If your Representative is on the list, call his/her office and demand a vote against Boehner for Speaker. (Please note: only Republicans are on the list)

• Call Boehner’s office and demand he resign as Speaker.

FULL LIST:

IF YOU CANNOT GET THROUGH ON A REPRESENTATIVE’S DIRECT NUMBER, CALL THE SWITCHBOARD AND ASK TO BE TRANSFERRED TO THE REPRESENTATIVE’S OFFICE.

SWITCHBOARD # 202-224-3121

ALABAMA
District # — Name — Phone

1 Byrne, Bradley 202-225-4931

2 Roby, Martha 202-225-2901

3 Rogers, Mike *** 202-225-3261
(Rogers voted against the CRomnibus bill)

4 Aderholt, Robert 202-225-4876

5 Brooks, Mo *** 202-225-4801
(Brooks voted against the CRomnibus bill)

6 Palmer, Gary*** 202-225-4921
(Palmer is newly-elected. On the campaign trail, he promised to fire Boehner as Speaker)

ALASKA
District # — Name — Phone

At Large Young, Don 202-225-5765

ARIZONA
District # — Name — Phone

2 McSally, Martha*** 202-225-2542
(McSally is newly-elected. She has not taken a public position against Boehner but she’s being pressured by supporters to vote against him)

4 Gosar, Paul A*** 202-225-2315
(Gosar did not vote for Boehner the last time he ran for Speaker.and in November he said he’d oppose Boehner again)

5 Salmon, Matt *** 202-225-2635
(Salmon voted against the CRomnibus bill)

6 Schweikert, David*** 202-225-2190
(Schweikert voted against the CRomnibus bill)

8 Franks, Trent *** 202-225-4576
(Franks voted against the CRomnibus bill)

ARKANSAS
District # — Name — Phone

1 Crawford, Rick *** 202-225-4076
(Crawford voted against the CRomnibus bill)

2 Hill, French*** 202-225-2506
(Hill is newly-elected. He has not taken a public position against Boehner but he ran a campaign as a Conservative)

3 Womack, Steve 202-225-4301

4 Westerman, Bruce 202-225-3772

CALIFORNIA
District # — Name — Phone

1 LaMalfa, Doug *** 202-225-3076
(LaMalfa voted against the CRomnibus bill)

4 McClintock, Tom*** 202-225-2511
(McClintock, voted against the CRomnibus bill)

8 Cook, Paul 202-225-5861
10 Denham, Jeff 202-225-4540
21 Valadao, David 202-225-4695
22 Nunes, Devin 202-225-2523
23 McCarthy, Kevin 202-225-2915
25 Knight, Steve 202-225-1956
39 Royce, Ed 202-225-4111
42 Calvert, Ken 202-225-1986
45 Walters, Mimi 202-225-5611

48 Rohrabacher, Dana*** 202-225-2415
(Rohrabacher voted against the CRomnibus bill)

49 Issa, Darrell 202-225-3906
50 Hunter, Duncan D. 202-225-5672

COLORADO
District # — Name — Phone

3 Tipton, Scott 202-225-4761

4 Buck, Ken*** 202-225-4676
(Buck is newly-elected. He hasn’t opposed Boehner publicly but he was a Tea Party candidate.)

5 Lamborn, Doug*** 202-225-4422
(Lamborn voted against the CRomnibus bill)

6 Coffman, Mike 202-225-7882

CONNECTICUT & DELAWARE

No Republicans Elected in these two states

FLORIDA
District # — Name — Phone

1 Miller, Jeff *** 202-225-4136
(Miller voted against the CRomnibus bill)

3 Yoho, Ted*** 202-225-5744
(Yoho voted against Boehner for Speaker in the last election)

4 Crenshaw, Ander*** 202-225-2501
(Crenshaw voted against the CRomnibus bill)

6 DeSantis, Ron *** 202-225-2706
(DeSantis voted against the CRomnibus bill)

7 Mica, John 202-225-4035

8 Posey, Bill *** 202-225-3671
(Posey voted against the CRomnibus bill)

10 Webster, Daniel *** 202-225-2176
(Webster voted against the CRomnibus bill)

11 Nugent, Richard 202-225-1002
12 Bilirakis, Gus M. 202-225-5755
13 Jolly, David 202-225-5961
15 Ross, Dennis 202-225-1252
16 Buchanan, Vern 202-225-5015
17 Rooney, Tom 202-225-5792

19 Clawson,Curt *** 202-225-2536
(Clawson voted against the CRomnibus bill)

25 Diaz-Balart, Mario 202-225-4211
26 Curbelo, Carlos 202-225-2778
27 Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana 202-225-3931

GEORGIA
District # — Name — Phone

1 Carter, Buddy 202-225-5831
3 Westmoreland, Lynn A. 202-225-5901
6 Price, Tom 202-225-4501
7 Woodall, Robert 202-225-4272

8 Scott, Austin *** 202-225-6531
(Scott voted against the CRomnibus bill)

9 Collins, Doug 202-225-9893

10 Hice, Jody***. 202-225-4101
(Hice is newly-elected. He promised on the campaign trail to fire Boehner from his job as Speaker)

11 Loudermilk, Barry*** 202-225-2931
(Loudermilk is newly-elected. He voted against Boehner for speaker in a voice vote when caucasing)

12 Allen, Rick 202-225-2823
14 Graves, Tom 202-225-5211

HAWAII

No Republicans elected in this state.

IDAHO
District # — Name — Phone

1 Labrador, Raul R.*** 202-225-6611
(He is a Tea Party Leader and frequent critic of Boehner)

2 Simpson, Mike 202-225-5531

ILLINOIS
District # — Name — Phone

6 Roskam, Peter J. 202-225-4561
10 Dold, Robert 202-225-4835
12 Bost, Mike 202-225-5661
13 Davis, Rodney 202-225-2371
14 Hultgren, Randy 202-225-2976
15 Shimkus, John 202-225-5271
16 Kinzinger, Adam 202-225-3635
18 Schock, Aaron 202-225-6201

INDIANA
District # — Name — Phone

2 Walorski, Jackie 202-225-3915

3 Stutzman, Marlin*** 202-225-4436
(Stutzmanvoted against the CRomnibus bill)

4 Rokita, Todd 202-225-5037
5 Brooks, Susan W. 202-225-2276
6 Messer, Luke 202-225-3021
8 Bucshon, Larry 202-225-4636
9 Young, Todd 202-225-5315

IOWA
District # — Name — Phone

1 Blum, Rod 202-225-2911
3 Young, David 202-225-5476

4 King, Steve *** 202-225-4426 (King is a staunch opponent of Amnesty. But, he’s undecided about opposing Boehner for Speaker.)

KANSAS
District # — Name — Phone

1 Huelskamp, Tim*** 202-225-2715
( Huelskamp previously voted against Boehner for Speaker. He also voted against the CRomnibus bill) )

2 Jenkins, Lynn 202-225-6601

3 Yoder, Kevin 202-225-2865

4 Pompeo, Mike *** 202-225-6216
(Pompeo voted against the CRomnibus bill)

KENTUCKY
District # — Name — Phone

1 Whitfield, Ed 202-225-3115
2 Guthrie, S. Brett 202-225-3501
4 Massie, Thomas*** 202-225-3465
( Massie previously voted against Boehner for Speaker)

5 Rogers, Harold 202-225-4601
6 Barr, Andy 202-225-4706

LOUSIANA
District # — Name — Phone

1 Scalise, Steve 202-225-3015
3 Boustany Charles 202-225-2031

4 Fleming, John *** 202-225-277
(Fleming voted against the CRomnibus bill)

5 Abraham, Ralph 202-225-8490
6 Graves, Garret 202-225-3901

MAINE
District # — Name — Phone

2 Poliquin, Bruce 202-225-6306

MARYLAND
District # — Name — Phone

1 Harris, Andy 202-225-5311

MASSACHUSETTS

No Republicans elected in this state.

MICHIGAN
District # — Name — Phone

1 Benishek, Dan 202-225-4735
2 Huizenga, Bill 202-225-4401

3 Amash, Justin *** 202-225-3831
(Amash previously voted against Boehner for Speaker. He also voted against the CRomnibus bill)

4 Moolenaar, John 202-225-3561
6 Upton, Fred 202-225-3761
7 Walberg, Tim 202-225-6276
8 Bishop, Mike 202-225-4872
10 Miller, Candice 202-225-2106
11 Trott, Dave 202-225-8171

MINNESOTA
District # — Name — Phone

2 Kline, John 202-225-2271
3 Paulsen, Erik 202-225-2871

6 Emmer, Tom*** 202-225-2331
(Emmer is newly-elected, He represents a very Conservative district. But, he hasn’t made it clear if he will oppose Boehner)

MISSISSIPPI
District # — Name — Phone

1 Nunnelee, Alan 202-225-4306
3 Harper, Gregg 202-225-5031
4 Palazzo, Steven 202-225-5772

MISSOURI
District # — Name — Phone

2 Wagner, Ann 202-225-1621
3 Luetkemeyer, Blaine 202-225-2956
4 Hartzler, Vicky 202-225-2876
6 Graves, Sam 202-225-7041
7 Long, Billy 202-225-6536
8 Smith, Jason 202-225-4404

MONTANA
District # — Name — Phone

At Large Zinke, Ryan 202-225-3211

NEBRASKA
District # — Name — Phone

1 Fortenberry, Jeff 202-225-4806
3 Smith, Adrian 202-225-6435

NEVADA
District # — Name — Phone

2 Amodei, Mark 202-225-6155
3 Heck, Joe 202-225-3252
4 Cresent, Hardy 202-225-9894

NEW HAMPSHIRE
District # — Name — Phone

1 Guinta, Frank 202-225-5456

NEW JERSEY
District # — Name — Phone

2 LoBiondo, Frank 202-225-6572
3 MacArthur, Tom 202-225-4765

4 Smith, Chris*** 202-225-3765
(Smith voted against the CRomnibus bill)

5 Garrett, Scott*** 202-225-4465
(Garrett voted against the CRomnibus bill)

7 Lance, Leonard 202-225-5361
11 Frelinghuysen, Rodney 202-225-5034

NEW MEXICO
District # — Name — Phone

2 Pearce, Steve*** 202-225-2365
(He previously voted against Boehner for the speakership)

NEW YORK
District # — Name — Phone

1 Zeldin, Lee 202-225-3826
2 King, Pete 202-225-7896
19 Gibson, Chris 202-225-5614
21 Stefanik, Elise 202-225-4611
22 Hanna, Richard 202-225-3665
23 Reed, Tom 202-225-3161
24 Katko, John 202-225-3701
27 Collins, Chris 202-225-5265

NORTH CAROLINA
District # — Name — Phone

2 Ellmers, Renee 202-225-4531

3 Jones, Walter B.*** 202-225-3415
(He previously voted against Boehner for Speaker. Also, in November he said he will oppose Boehner again)

5 Foxx, Virginia 202-225-2071

6 Walker, Mark*** 202-225-3065
(Walker is newly elected. He promised on the campaign trail that he will fire Boehner as Speaker)

7 David, Rouzer 202-225-2731
8 Hudson, Richard 202-225-3715
9 Pittenger, Robert 202-225-1976
10 McHenry, Patrick T. 202-225-2576

11 Meadows, Mark*** 202-225-6401
(Meadows voted against the CRomnibus bill)

13 Holding, George 202-225-3032

NORTH DAKOTA
District # — Name — Phone

At Large Cramer, Kevin 202-225-2611

OHIO
District # — Name — Phone

1 Chabot, Steve 202-225-2216
2 Wenstrup, Brad 202-225-3164

4 Jordan, Jim*** 202-225-2676
(Jordan voted against the CRomnibus bill)

5 Latta, Robert E. 202-225-6405
6 Johnson, Bill 202-225-5705
7 Gibbs, Bob 202-225-6265
8 Boehner, John A. 202-225-6205
10 Turner, Michael 202-225-6465
12 Tiberi, Pat 202-225-5355
14 Joyce, David 202-225-5731
15 Stivers, Steve 202-225-2015
16 Renacci, Jim 202-225-3876

OKLAHOMA
District # — Name — Phone

1 Bridenstine, Jim*** 202-225-2211
(He previously voted against Boehner for Speaker. He also voted against the CRomnibus bil)

2 Mullin, Markwayne 202-225-2701
3 Lucas, Frank 202-225-5565
4 Cole, Tom 202-225-6165
5 Russell, Steve 202-225-2132

OREGON
District # — Name — Phone

2 Walden, Greg 202-225-6730

PENNSYLVANIA
District # — Name — Phone

3 Kelly, Mike 202-225-5406
4 Perry, Scott*** 202-225-5836
(Perry voted against the CRomnibus bill)

5 Thompson, Glenn 202-225-5121
6 Costello, Ryan 202-225-4315
7 Meehan, Pat 202-225-2011
8 Fitzpatrick, Michael G. 202-225-4276
9 Shuster, Bill 202-225-2431
10 Marino, Tom 202-225-3731
11 Barletta, Lou 202-225-6511
12 Rothfus, Keith 202-225-2065
15 Dent, Charles W. 202-225-6411
16 Pitts, Joseph R. 202-225-2411
18 Murphy, Tim 202-225-2301

RHODE ISLAND

No Republicans elected in this state.

SOUTH CAROLINA
District # — Name — Phone

1 Sanford, Mark*** 202-225-3176
(Sanford voted against the CRomnibus bill)

2 Wilson, Joe 202-225-2452

3 Duncan, Jeff*** 202-225-5301
(Duncan voted against the CRomnibus bill)

4 Gowdy, Trey*** 202-225-6030
(Gowdy voted against the CRomnibus bill)

5 Mulvaney, Mick*** 202-225-550
(He is a Tea Party leader and frequent critic of Boehner. He also voted against the CRomnibus bill)

7 Rice, Tom*** 202-225-9895
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

SOUTH DAKOTA
District # — Name — Phone

At Large Noem, Kristi 202-225-2801

TENNESSEE
District # — Name — Phone

1 Roe, Phil 202-225-6356

2 Duncan, John*** 202-225-5435
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

3 Fleischmann, Chuck 202-225-3271

4 DesJarlais, Scott*** 202-225-6831
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

6 Black, Diane 202-225-4231

7 Blackburn, Marsha*** 202-225-2811
(She voted against the CRomnibus bill)

8 Fincher, Stephen 202-225-4714

TEXAS
District # — Name — Phone

1 Gohmert, Louie*** 202-225-3035
(He previously voted against Boehner for Speaker, and in November he said he will vote against him again. He also voted against the CRomnibus bill)

2 Poe, Ted*** 202-225-6565
(Poe voted against the CRomnibus bill)

3 Johnson, Sam*** 202-225-4201
( He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

4 Ratcliffe, John***. 202-225-6673
( He was newly-elected, He was supported by Tea Party Express during the election. Currently, he is undecided about voting for Boehner.)

5 Hensarling, Jeb 202-225-3484

6 Barton, Joe*** 202-225-2002
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

7 Culberson, John 202-225-2571
8 Brady, Kevin 202-225-4901
10 McCaul, Michael T. 202-225-2401

11 Conaway, K. Michael*** 202-225-3605
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

12 Granger, Kay 202-225-5071
13 Thornberry, Mac 202-225-3706

14 Weber, Randy*** 202-225-2831
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

17 Flores, Bill*** 202-225-6105
He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

19 Neugebauer, Randy*** 202-225-4005
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

21 Smith, Lamar *** 202-225-4236
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

22 Olson, Pete*** 202-225-5951
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

23 Hurd, Will 202-225-4511

24 Marchant, Kenn*** 202-225-6605
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

25 Williams, Roger*** 202-225-9896
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

26 Burgess, Michael*** 202-225-7772
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

27 Farenthold, Blake*** 202-225-7742
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

31 Carter, John 202-225-3864
32 Sessions, Pete 202-225-2231
36 Babin, Brian 202-225-1555

UTAH
District # — Name — Phone

1 Bishop, Rob 202-225-0453
2 Stewart, Chris 202-225-9730
3 Chaffetz, Jason 202-225-7751
4 Love, Mia 202-225-3011

VERMONT

No Republicans elected in this state.

VIRGINIA
District # — Name — Phone

1 Wittman, Robert J*** 202-225-4261
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

2 Rigell, Scott 202-225-4215
4 Forbes, J. Randy 202-225-6365
5 Hurt, Robert*** 202-225-4711
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

6 Goodlatte, Bob 202-225-5431

7 Brat, Dave*** 202-225-2815
(He is newly-elected. He adamantly opposed amnesty when campaigning against Cantor)

9 Griffith, Morgan*** 202-225-3861
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

10 Comstock, Barbara 202-225-5136

WASHINGTON
District # — Name — Phone

3 Herrera Beutler, Jaime 202-225-3536
4 Newhouse, Dan 202-225-5816
5 McMorris Rodgers, Cathy 202-225-2006
8 Reichert, David G. 202-225-7761

WEST VIRGINIA
District # — Name — Phone

1 McKinley, David *** 202-225-4172
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

2 Mooney, Alex 202-225-2711

3 Jenkins, Evan 202-225-3452

WISCONSIN
District # — Name — Phone

1 Ryan, Paul 202-225-3031

5 Senbrenner, F. James*** 202-225-5101
(He voted against the CRomnibus bill)

6 Grothman, Glenn*** 202-225-2476
(He is newly-elected and has been hinting at possibly voting for new leadership)

7 Duffy, Sean P. 202-225-3365
8 Ribble, Reid 202-225-5665

WYOMING
District # — Name — Phone

At Large Lummis, Cynthia M.*** 202-225-2311
(She voted against the CRomnibus bill)

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