THE 67 SANDY DISASTER RELIEF DISASTERS IN THE HOUSE

Sandy

Today over two months since Hurricane Sandy and after Speaker Boehner pulled the vote at the end of the 112th Congress, the US House finally voted for part of the Sandy relief. This bill was only to shore up FEMA funding for flood insurance, additional legislation is still to be worked on and voted for later in January. Attached is the list of the 67 Republicans who voted against Sandy Disaster Relief based on warnings from The Club for Growth, a Corporate Lobby Group who doesn’t believe Americans who suffer from disasters need assistance, unless they happen to be their corporate sponsors.  At the end of this list is a link to the US House of Representatives Directory should you want to give your representative a call.

Personally, I think that if any district is met with a disaster during the term of these Representatives, they should forfeit all claims for federal relief. I say this knowing that I’m in one of those districts; Arizona District 6, David Schweikert. Many of these Representatives are from districts prone to hurricanes, droughts, earthquakes, and other types of natural disasters. Just remember, Karma is a bitch.

All of these are Republicans, every Democrat and Independent voted for relief.

Justin Amash, Michigan 3rd

Garland Barr, Kentucky 6th

Dan Benishek, Michigan 1st

Kerry Bentivolio, Michigan 11th

Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee 7th

Jim Bridenstine, Oklahoma 1st

Mo Brooks, Alabama 5th

Paul Broun, Georgia 10th

Steve Chabot, Ohio 1st

Doug Collins, Georgia 9th

Michael Conaway, Texas 11th

Tom Cotton, Arkansas 4th

Steve Daines, Montana At-Large

Ron DeSantis, Florida 6th

Scott DesJarlais, Tennessee 4th

Sean Duffy, Wisconsin 7th

Jeff Duncan, South Carolina 3rd

John Duncan, Tennessee 2nd

Stephen Fincher, Tennessee 8th

John Fleming, Louisiana 4th

Bill Flores, Texas 17th

Virginia Foxx, North Carolina 5th

Trent Franks, Arizona 8th

Louie Gohmert, Texas 1st

Bob Goodlatte, Virginia 6th

Paul Gosar, Arizona 4th

Trey Gowdy, South Carolina 4th

Tom Graves, Georgia 14th

Sam Graves, Missouri 6th

Andy Harris, Maryland 1st

George Holding, North Carolina 14th

Richard Hudson, North Carolina 8th

Tim Huelskamp, Kansas 1st

Randy Hultgren, Illinois 14th

Lynn Jenkins, Kansas 2nd

Jim Jordan, Ohio 4th

Doug Lamborn, Colorado 5th

Kenny Marchant, Texas 24th

Thomas Massie, Kentucky 4th

Tom McClintock, California 4th

Mark Meadows, North Carolina 11th

Markwayne Mullin, Oklahoma 2nd

Mick Mulvaney, South Carolina 5th

Randy Neugebauer, Texas 19th

Steven Palazzo, Mississippi 4th

Steve Pearce, New Mexico 2nd

Scott Perry, Pennsylvania 4th

Thomas Petri, Wisconsin 6th

Mike Pompeo, Kansas 4th

Tom Price, Georgia 6th

Phil Roe, Tennessee 1st

Todd Rokita, Indiana 4th

Keith Rothfus, Pennsylvania 12th

Ed Royce, California 39th

Paul Ryan, Wisconsin 1st

Matt Salmon, Arizona 5th

David Schweikert, Arizona 6th

James Sensenbrenner, Wisconsin 5th

Marlin Stutzman, Indiana 3rd

Mac Thornberry, Texas 13th

Randy Weber, Texas 14th

Brad Wenstrup, Ohio 2nd

Roger Williams, Texas 25th

Joe Wilson, South Carolina 2nd

Robert Woodall, Georgia 7th

Kevin Yoder, Kansas 3rd

Ted Yoho, Florida 3rd

Directory

http://www.house.gov/representatives/

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