ObamaCare Repeal Pledge

Pledge

By:  Todd Akin Jeff Flake Scott Rupert Steven Wilson Jeff Byrd Lee Anderson Susan Narvaiz Richard Hudson Karen Harrington Matt Salmon Matias Temperley Sean Bielat Hugh Chauvin Joel Phelps Richard Mourdock Paul Passarelli Calen Fretts Anna Little John Featherman Brian Whelan Ron DeSantis Dan Matthews Tom Cotton Brad Staats John Koster Laureen Cummings George Faught Thomas Massie Jon Barrie Ted Cruz Andrew Dodge Benjamin Hinckley III Pete Hoekstra Zach Poskevich Dick Muri Dan Sebring Allen Quist Randy Weber David Gerson Jessica Puente-Bradshaw Darryl Holloman Jim Strohm Jonathan Paton Frank Mirabile, Jr. Danny Stroud George Allen Deb Fischer Gail Lightfoot Josh Mandel Tommy Thompson David Wallace Robyn Hamlin Trey Radel Craig Astor Vernon Parker Patrick Hisel David Rouzer Kevin Cramer Richard Grabowski Lee Byberg Roger Williams Doug LaMalfa David Vitter Roger Wicker Fred Upton Doug Lamborn Tom McClintock Pete Sessions Bill Huizenga Lynn Westmoreland Marsha Blackburn John Culberson Renee Ellmers Michael Burgess Tom Graves, Jr. Paul Gosar Joe Pitts Rob Bishop Jason Chaffetz Trent Franks Thomas Coburn Orrin Hatch David Schweikert Charles Boustany, Jr. Robert Hurt Tom Marino Andy Barr Dennis Ross Kay Granger Paul Broun Alan Nunnelee Bill Johnson Michele Bachmann Mark Sanford, Jr. Jack Kingston Scott Rigell Cathy McMorris Rodgers Bill Flores Tim Huelskamp Mike Lee Rand Paul Phil Roe Darrell Issa Lamar Alexander Kenny Marchant Steve King Andy Harris Dan Benishek Lee Terry Bob Latta Louie Gohmert Mick Mulvaney Cory Gardner John Fleming, Jr. Jim Jordan Bill Posey Phil Gingrey Jason Conger
Date: Oct. 3, 2013
Location: Unknown

I pledge, if elected, to vote for all bills which seek to REPEAL the health care bill, HR 3590, signed into law on March 23, 2010.*

To that end, I would now and will in the next Congress endorse and vote for all measures, including discharge petitions, leading to its defunding, deauthorization, and repeal.

I shall do so whether those measures are taken for the whole of the bill or those component parts that impose mandates, restrict patient and doctor choice and access, violate individual freedom and privacy, reduce healthy competition, increase costs, or raise taxes.

*The healthcare bill is defined as consisting of: 1) The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (H.R. 3590), signed into law on March 23, 2010; and 2) The Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act (H.R. 4872), signed into law on March 30, 2010.