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Why Vote Against
Robert Wittman??

He votes for President Trump's policies 89.5% of the time.


Rep. Wittman has voted to:

❯ Limit Access to Healthcare

  • Support to American Health Care Act (AHCA) that cuts Medicaid and Federal spending effectively raising health insurances costs and rendering insurance unaffordable to millions of Americans especially older, lower income, and sick people – HR 1628 – passed House
  • Limit lawsuits related to federally subsidized healthcare, undermining patient protections and hindering justice for victims of medical malpractice. H.R. 1215
  • ❯ Make Laws That Are Not Fiscally Prudent; Will Massively Increase Deficit

  • Tax Law H.R. 1 is projected to add $1.8 trillion to the deficit over the next ten years, making changes that disproportionately harm the middle class
  • –This skyrocketing deficit is projected to result in interest rate hikes and negatively affecting real GDP in later years. Nonpartisan Source: Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
    –National Debt is projected by the CBO to exceed $29 trillion within next ten years, the largest percentage increase since 1946
  • Voted for an appropriations bill with $1.6 billion for a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, breaking the president's promise that Mexico would pay for it, not U.S. taxpayers. H.R. 3219
  • ❯ Decrease Gun Safety

  • Co-sponsored a bill to remove silencers from National Firearms Act asserting silencers are a form of hearing protection for gun users H.R. 367
  • Make concealed-carry firearm permits valid across state lines. H.R. 38
  • Repeal a regulation that would keep guns out of the hands of certain severely mentally ill people. H.J. Res. 40 – became law
  • Let veterans diagnosed with mental illness own and transport firearms unless found by a judge to be dangerous. H.R. 1181 – passed House
  • ❯ Harm Investors, Consumers, and Workers

  • Repeal FCC rule that barred internet service providers from sharing data on customers' activities. H.J. Res. 34
  • Repeal guidance to protect borrowers from discriminatory markups on auto loans. S.J. Res. 57 – became law
  • Let federal contractors keep labor violations secret. H.J. 37 – became law
  • Let employers avoid accurately recording work-related injuries, illnesses. H.J. Res. 83 – became law
  • Repealed rule that prohibited certain financial companies from requiring consumers with grievances to arbitrate instead of sue over contract violations. – H.J. Res. 111 – became law
  • ❯ Dismantle Clean Air, Water, and Environmental Protections

  • Delay implementation of ozone standards. HR 806
  • Repeal rule requiring energy companies to reduce waste and emissions. H.J. Res. 36
  • Repeal of Bureau of Land Management planning rules that allowed local input about private land. H.J. 44 – became law
  • Repeal stream protection rule that regulated coal mining waste in waterways. H.J. 38 – became law
  • Prevents restitution by a polluter to harmed communities for services such those needed to fund health services and help small businesses (e.g. Deepwater Horizon and Exxon Valdez) – H.R. 732 – passed House
  • Limits Federal courts from certifying class action suits, hampering lawsuits against polluters – H.R. 985 – passed House
  • Repealed Alaska National Wildlife Refuges Rule – H.J. 69 – became law
  • ❯ Harm Education, Undermining Support for Schools and Teachers

  • Repeal rule that would have ensured states examine more than a few measures of school success and given states more flexibility to address school needs. H.J. 57   became law
  • Repeal rule that would have helped states better assess teacher preparation programs and enabled the technical assistance they need. H.J. 58 – became law
  • ❯ And more!

    Ask us instead about the Democratic Party Platform this year: gun safety, jobs, a better economy, fiscal prudence and strong schools.

    Vote for a country that supports our future and our children, not special interests.