Call Your Senators Today to Stop the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Negotiators-Gone-Wild

Urge Your Senators to Co-sponsor the 21st Century Trade Agreements Act – Before the TPP Takes Us Off a Cliff

Runaway U.S. negotiators are rushing to lock in the TPP corporate power-grab before Congress and the public can learn the details. Leaked text from these secretive negotiations reveals that if completed, the TPP could offshore millions of American jobs, flood our homes with unsafe food and drive medicine prices through the roof.

But U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown’s 21st Century Trade Agreements Act would rein in runaway trade negotiators. It lays out a clear roadmap for how to get a deal that works for us, not just the corporate special interests now driving this process.

Find your senators’ phone numbers and use the script below to give them a call:

“Hello, my name is __{name}__ and I’m calling today about the 21st Century Trade Agreements and Market Access Act – S.3347. This important bill would restore congressional oversight over secretive trade negotiations like the Trans-Pacific Partnership. And that’s urgent, because there are major TPP negotiations next month. This bill will make sure that U.S. negotiators are not repeating the mistakes of old trade deals that offshore our jobs and flood us with unsafe imports.

Would Senator __{name}__ please co-sponsor this critical legislation?”


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Senator Contact Information

State Senator Phone Number
CA Sen. Boxer (202) 224-3553
HI Sen. Inouye (202) 224-3934
IL Sen. Durbin (202) 224-2152
MD Sen. Cardin (202) 224-4524
MI Sen. Stabenow (202) 224-4822
MN Sen. Klobuchar (202) 224-3244
MN Sen. Franken (202) 224-5641
MT Sen. Tester (202) 224-2644
NJ Sen. Lautenberg (202) 224-3224
NM Sen. Menendez (202) 224-4744
NM Sen. Udall (202) 224-6621
NY Sen. Gillibrand (202) 224-4451
NY Sen. Schumer (202) 224-6542
OR Sen. Merkley (202) 224-3753
PA Sen. Casey (202) 224-6324
RI Sen. Reed (202) 224-4642
VA Sen. Webb (202)-224-4024
VT Sen. Leahy (202) 224-4242
VT Sen. Sanders (202) 224-5141
WV Sen. Manchin (202) 224-3954
WV Sen. Rockefeller (202) 224-6472
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