Thursday, December 9, 2010

Senators to call to lobby for the DREAM Act--names and numbers here

Be on the right side of history! 


Call these senators to vote YES on Dream Act:


Alaska 
Murkowski, Lisa
DC: (202) 224-6665
Local: (907) 271-3735 


Arizona
McCain, John
DC: (202) 224-2235
Local: (602) 952-2410


Indiana
Lugar, Richard
DC:  (202) 224-4814
Local: (317) 226-5555


Louisiana
Landrieu, Mary
DC: (202) 224-5824
Local: (225) 389-0395 


Maine 
Collins, Susan
DC: (202) 224-2523
Local: (207) 622-8414 

Snowe, Olympia
DC: (202) 224-5344
Local: (207) 622-8292 



Michigan 
Stabenow, Debbie
DC: (202) 224-4822
Local: (313) 961-4330 



Missouri
McCaskill, Claire
DC: (202) 224-6154
Local: (314) 367-1364 

Montana
Baucus, Max
DC: (202) 224-2651
Local: (406) 657-6790



Nevada

Ensign, John Eric
DC: (202) 224-6244
Local: (702) 388-6605

North Carolina
Hagan, Kay
DC:  202-224-6342;
Toll free: 1-877-852-9462

North Dakota 
Dorgan, Byron
DC: (202) 224-2551
Local: (701) 250-4618 

Conrad, Kent
DC: (202) 224-2043
Local: (701) 258-4648 



Ohio
Voinovich, George
DC:  (202) 224-3353
Local: (216) 522-7095

West Virginia
Manchin, Joe
DC: (202) 224-3954
Local: (304) 264-4626


Not sure you want to call? Then, watch this:


3 comments:

an average patriot said...

DREAM Act support has allowed the bill to pass through the House of Representatives - but a Senate vote could stop the bill inits tracks.

The House of Representatives voted Thursday night to allow children who entered the country illegally but meet certain conditions to become citizens after attending college or serving in the military for two years.

It's supposed to fail in the Senate but we will see because it is the right thing to do and it is down to a vote in the Senate.

Spadoman said...

Yopu know I support this act. The ones that don't have no brains.
I wonder if they listened to the voices and not looked at the ethnic makeup and skin color of those that are speaking would alow them to think differently about it.
Probably not. It's all about discrimination.
I saw a commercial for Chrysler. Modern day muc]scle cars chasing doen the zbritish Red Coats. The announcer said America got two things right, Cars and Freedom. George washington, a slave owner, was driving one of the cars. So much for the freedom argument.
It's about money, always has been, always will be.,m sorry to say.
Thanks for the soap box. Hope the bill gets passed.

Peace.

Border Explorer said...

Thanks to both of you! We'll see if we can be on the right side of history this time. Joe, it is always nice to see truth stated in a straightforward manner as you just did.