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Tell Them to Pass the DISCLOSE Act

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Tell both of your senators to VOTE YES on the DISCLOSE Act (S. 3369) and ask whether they have taken a position on the bill.

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Where Senators Stand:


Based on results of first vote and co-sponsorship. More votes expected Monday night and Tuesday.

SUPPORT

  • Begich, Mark (D - AK)
  • Pryor, Mark L. (D - AR)
  • Boxer, Barbara (D - CA)
  • Feinstein, Dianne (D - CA)
  • Bennet, Michael F. (D - CO)
  • Udall, Mark (D - CO)
  • Blumenthal, Richard (D - CT)
  • Lieberman, Joseph I. (I - CT)
  • Carper, Thomas R. (D - DE)
  • Coons, Christopher A. (D - DE)
  • Nelson, Bill (D - FL)
  • Akaka, Daniel K. (D - HI)
  • Inouye, Daniel K. (D - HI)
  • Harkin, Tom (D - IA)
  • Durbin, Richard J. (D - IL)
  • Landrieu, Mary L. (D - LA)
  • Kerry, John F. (D - MA)
  • Cardin, Benjamin L. (D - MD)
  • Mikulski, Barbara A. (D - MD)
  • Levin, Carl (D - MI)
  • Stabenow, Debbie (D - MI)
  • Franken, Al (D - MN)
  • Klobuchar, Amy (D - MN)
  • McCaskill, Claire (D - MO)
  • Baucus, Max (D - MT)
  • Tester, Jon (D - MT)
  • Hagan, Kay R. (D - NC)
  • Conrad, Kent (D - ND)
  • Nelson, Ben (D - NE)
  • Shaheen, Jeanne (D - NH)
  • Lautenberg, Frank R. (D - NJ)
  • Menendez, Robert (D - NJ)
  • Bingaman, Jeff (D - NM)
  • Udall, Tom (D - NM)
  • Reid, Harry (D - NV)
  • Gillibrand, Kirsten E. (D - NY)
  • Schumer, Charles E. (D - NY)
  • Brown, Sherrod (D - OH)
  • Merkley, Jeff (D - OR)
  • Wyden, Ron (D - OR)
  • Casey, Robert (D - PA)
  • Whitehouse, Sheldon (D - RI) (Lead Sponsor)
  • Reed, Jack (D - RI)
  • Johnson, Tim (D - SD)
  • Warner, Mark R. (D - VA)
  • Webb, Jim (D - VA)
  • Leahy, Patrick J. (D - VT)
  • Sanders, Bernard (I - VT)
  • Murray, Patty (D - WA)
  • Cantwell, Maria (D - WA)
  • Kohl, Herb (D - WI)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (D - WV)
  • Manchin, Joe, III (D - WV)

OPPOSE

  • Murkowski, Lisa (R - AK)
  • Sessions, Jeff (R - AL)
  • Shelby, Richard C. (R - AL)
  • Boozman, John (R - AR)
  • McCain, John (R - AZ)
  • Kyl, Jon (R - AZ)
  • Rubio, Marco (R - FL)
  • Chambliss, Saxby (R - GA)
  • Isakson, Johnny (R - GA)
  • Grassley, Chuck (R - IA)
  • Crapo, Mike (R - ID)
  • Risch, James E. (R - ID)
  • Coats, Daniel (R - IN)
  • Lugar, Richard G. (R - IN)
  • Roberts, Pat (R - KS)
  • Moran, Jerry (R - KS)
  • Paul, Rand (R - KY)
  • McConnell, Mitch (R - KY)
  • Vitter, David (R - LA)
  • Brown, Scott P. (R - MA)
  • Snowe, Olympia J. (R - ME)
  • Collins, Susan M. (R - ME)
  • Blunt, Roy (R - MO)
  • Cochran, Thad (R - MS)
  • Wicker, Roger F. (R - MS)
  • Burr, Richard (R - NC)
  • Hoeven, John (R - ND)
  • Johanns, Mike (R - NE)
  • Ayotte, Kelly (R - NH)
  • Heller, Dean (R - NV)
  • Portman, Rob (R - OH)
  • Inhofe, James M. (R - OK)
  • DeMint, Jim (R - SC)
  • Graham, Lindsey (R - SC)
  • Thune, John (R - SD)
  • Alexander, Lamar (R - TN)
  • Corker, Bob (R - TN)
  • Cornyn, John (R - TX)
  • Hutchison, Kay Bailey (R - TX)
  • Lee, Mike (R - UT)
  • Coburn, Tom (R - OK)
  • Toomey, Patrick J. (R - PA)
  • Hatch, Orrin G. (R - UT)
  • Johnson, Ron (R - WI)
  • Barrasso, John (R - WY)
  • Enzi, Michael B. (R - WY)

UNKNOWN

  • Kirk, Mark (R - IL)

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1-25 of 359 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
359 Tue Jul 24 21:14:12 EDT 2012 Jessica Wardlaw
358 Fri Jul 20 19:42:08 EDT 2012 Little Sun S Heard Both Senator Tom Udall and Jeff Bingaman of New Mexico support the Disclose act.
357 Thu Jul 19 09:37:57 EDT 2012 LARRY SELF Corporations and other entities are NOT people. Prior limitations on political and lobbying contributions should be enforced. Any one giving material political & lobbying contributionws should be clearly More....
356 Wed Jul 18 15:24:57 EDT 2012 Anonymous Disclose, disclose, disclose!!!
355 Wed Jul 18 09:51:02 EDT 2012 fred staub both sen.schumer 7 hillebrand from ny are responsible enough to vote for it.
354 Wed Jul 18 03:56:56 EDT 2012 Anonymous
353 Tue Jul 17 19:32:09 EDT 2012 Diana Brunswig-Bosso Roy Blunt's staffer would not say what his position is on the Disclose Act.
352 Tue Jul 17 17:57:14 EDT 2012 Taylor Prince Senator Corker or Alexander have not made an official statement at the time of the call.
351 Tue Jul 17 15:51:32 EDT 2012 Anonymous
350 Tue Jul 17 15:27:54 EDT 2012 Larry Sukut I called Senator's Cantwell's office and the staffer said Cantwell has not released a statement on it yet but would pass on my request she support it. I also said that I would be very very disappointed More....
349 Tue Jul 17 14:55:49 EDT 2012 K Hanlon
348 Tue Jul 17 14:54:33 EDT 2012 Anonymous I called Senator Chambliss office and they said it 1. violated 1st admen speech rights because money talks (I'm serious) and 2. it didn't go through the rules committee so no changes can be made. More....
347 Tue Jul 17 14:03:59 EDT 2012 Anonymous sen toomey and casey left messages on voice mail must be a busy day
346 Tue Jul 17 13:24:47 EDT 2012 alice trexler Scott Brown is opposed. His staff member cited "special carve-outs for unions." This person could not provide details or where this information was included in the bill. The staff member further told me More....
345 Tue Jul 17 13:22:06 EDT 2012 Anonymous I called my California senators and their staff took my comments asking them to support the Disclose Act, S. 3369.
344 Tue Jul 17 11:57:11 EDT 2012 Anonymous I did call and spoke with a very nice aide from Sen. Johnson's office (WI)...He listened and told me that he would definitely convey my concerns to the Senator...He seemed very sincere...As we More....
343 Tue Jul 17 11:36:37 EDT 2012 K. Lipps I called and Left Word for Senator Moran...Senator Roberts is opposed but I called and vociferously yet politely exclaimed my horror to Christine (I'm developing quite a little relationship with Christine) More....
342 Tue Jul 17 08:55:08 EDT 2012 thomas roles stop big corporation from pouring big money into elections JUST like KOCH BROTHERS
341 Tue Jul 17 08:11:37 EDT 2012 Jody Josephson The USA is a democracy not an oligarchy, government of the few and wealthy.
340 Tue Jul 17 07:01:22 EDT 2012 p
339 Tue Jul 17 04:31:34 EDT 2012 W. James Hadden Jr I also skipped the phone calls, since Kaye Bailey Bouffant is resigning, but still more party-loyal than responsible, and John cornyn is a ringleader. They just don't get that they're selling our Country More....
338 Tue Jul 17 00:37:58 EDT 2012 Michael Stewart Do the right thing-its the VERY REASON WE ELECTED you!
Now is the time to draw back the laws and loopholes Republicans have put in place,to perpetuate their power,undermining democracy to complete More....
337 Tue Jul 17 00:24:49 EDT 2012 Anonymous
336 Tue Jul 17 00:23:46 EDT 2012 Kenneth Struck Do something forbthe citizens and our democracy. You and your pathetic party act like domestic enemies. You do more harm than all our supposed foreign enemies.
335 Mon Jul 16 23:45:13 EDT 2012 TONY BUTLER This message is for senator Liberman. Just as with former sen. Chris Dodd, you are FINALLY doing something that actually HELPS the citizens of CT., instead of your corporate
cronies and yourself. More....
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