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Monitor of Degree of Documented Support

for a Medicare for All Program

as specified by U.S. House Resolution H.R.676

Some details are still being assembled, as noted within this page.

      State Monitors         Explanations and Definitions         Contact Info  


Summary of the Data from the State Monitors

Citizens: (#to be reported after campaign starts)

Congress:    U.S. House  XXX** of 435    U.S. Senate 0 of 100

Candidates running to be members of Congress (opposition candidates):  xx

As the numbers of millions of citizens increases, the other two numbers will increase.

** This number XXX is being determined.

 

Citizens (that is, Medicare for All Voters): 

Popular Support (the total number of Medicare for All Voters counted at this website after its campaign starts):

The total (not names) will be reported here and each state's total will be reported at the beginning of each State Monitor.

 

Congress: Medicare for All Supporters in the U.S. House

xx% (XXX documented their support out of 435)

NUMBER OF U.S. HOUSE SUPPORTERS REPORTED IS THE NUMBER WHO CAN VOTE ON LEGISLATION
WHO DOCUMENT THEIR COSPONSORSHIP AT THEIR CONGRESS WEBSITE:
120 H.R. 676 cosponsors at Library of Congress plus the H.R. 676 sponsor (currently vacant) ,
then subtract 2 delegates (non-voting supporters ) = 118
.

To review U.S. House supporters search for: 
House Supporter

 

Congress: Medicare for All Supporters in the U.S. Senate: 

0% (0 of 100)

[17 of 100 U.S. Senators support S.1804 in the Senate
and they are recognized among the State Monitors below,
but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676 in the House]

To review U.S. Senate Supporters of an H.R. 676 equivalent search forr:

When there is a bill equivalent to H.R. 676 ...
view the U.S. Senate supporters by searching for:
Senate Supporter
.

 

Candidates: Medicare for All Supporters Who Are Opposition Candidates:

These numbers will grow as primary elections are held.

0 for the U.S. Senate

0 for the U.S. House 

 


OPPOSITION CANDIDATES

PRE-PRIMARY ELECTION LIST OF Medicare for All Supporters

who document their support of H.R. 676

The following list includes the possible opposition candidates on their state's voting ballot on 11/8/2018 who are known to be Medicare for All Supporters.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENT:  As a minimum, being a supporter means that there is a documented commitment to be a cosponsor of H.R. 676 at their campaign website after they are inducted as a U.S. Senator or U.S. Representative.

TEMPORARY NOTE:  THE LIST BELOW IS BEING UPDATED SO THAT THE CANDIDATES WILL ALL BE PERSONS WHO DOCUMENT THEIR COMMITMENT TO BEING COSPONSORS OF U.S. HOUSE RESOLUTION H.R. 676.

When a primary election candidate wins and their name is expected to be on their state's ballot, then their name will be moved to their state's monitor. State primary elections are held at different months of the year with the last one held on the day of the general election November 8, 2018.

 

Explanation the Following List:  The following list consists of election candidates who have stated that they support the USA establishing Medicare for All. When a person's name is colored in bold green, then that means that they have documented in their campaign website that they support H.R. 676 , indicating that they plan to become a cosponsor of H.R. 676 or equivalent legislation.

California CA   .

Alison Hartson  (U.S. Senate seat of Dianne Feinstein).

CA-4    Rosa Calderon   .

CA-10   Dollyl Nygard   .

CA-12  Stephen Jaffe   "I will (cosponsor) HR 676 or a similar bill."

CA-17  Ro Khanna    .

CA-23  Wendy Reed   .

CA-49  Doug Applegate   . 


Florida FL    .

FL-7   Charo Richardson   .

FL-27  Michael A Hepburn   .

 

Iowa IA 

IA-1   Courtney Rowe   .

 

Illinois IL    .

IL-7   Anthony Clark   .

IL-5  Sameena Mustafa   .

IL-13  David Gill   .

 

Michigan MI    .

MI-2   Rob Davidson    "...  Supports health insurance for all Americans, modeled on House Resolution 676 that creates a (Medicare for All) program."

MI-6   Dave Benac   .   "As your representative, I will support legislation such as H.R. 676." 

MI-11  Farouz Saad   .

 

Missouri MO   .

Angelica Earl   (U.S. Senate seat of Clair McCaskill).

MO-1   Cori Bush   .

 

Montana  MT   .

MT Rep.   John Heenan   .

 

Nevada NV   .

Jesse Sbaih (U.S. Senate seat of Dean Heller)   .

NV-4   Amy Vilela   .

 

New Jersey NJ  .

NJ-7   Peter Jacob   ."supports the enactment of a Medicare-for-all, healthcare system." ... "supports HR 676, Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act."

 

New York NY   .

NY-14   Alexandria Oasio-Cortez   .

 

Pennsylvania PA   .

(PA-7  Paul Perry dropped out of race in October 2017.)

PA-16  Jess King   .

 

Texas TX   .

TX-12  Vanessa Adia

TX-14  Adrienne Bell    .

TX-22  Letitia Plummer   .

 

Washington WA   .

Kris Paschal   (U.S. Senate seat of Maria Cantwell).   

WA-3   Dorothy Gasque    .

WA-9   Sarah Smith   .

 

West Virginia WV   .

Paula Jean Swearengin (U.S. Senate seat of Joe Manchin III)  

 

Wisconsin WI   .

WI-1   Randy Bryce    .

 

 


State Monitors of Medicare for All Supporters

Supportive opposition candidates will be added as they win primary elections.

Medicare for All Supporters are highlighted in bold green.


Select your state below or scroll down the page.


TIP: In case you do not know your district number and U.S. Representative: Go to your state's monitor and then select the word "District" to go to the "How to" instructions.

    AL     AK     AZ   AR   CA  CO  CT

   DE   FL   GA HI   ID   IL  IN 

   IA    KS   KY    LA     ME  MD
MA

   MI     MN   MS  MO  MT  NE  NV

   NH  NJ   NM   NY  NC  ND  OH

   OK  OR   PA   RI    SC   SD   TN

   TX    UT    VT  VA   WA  WV   WI  WY

 

If you live in the District of Columbia or one of the territories:     DC    AS  GU  MP     PR    VI

If you want to determine your U.S. Congressional District number and the name of your current U.S. Representative, you can do that via house.gov ... which might require ZIP+4 zip code.

See more about supporters at the Notes.

 


Medicare for All Supporters are highlighted in bold green.


 




Alabama   AL   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

AL U.S. Senators

Richard C Shelby

Doug Jones

 

AL U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

AL-1   Bradley Byrne 

AL-2   Martha Roby 

AL-3   Mike Rogers 

AL-4   Robert Aderholt 

AL-5   Mo Brooks 

AL-6  Gary Palmer 

AL-7  Terri A. Sewell 

 

 

 




Alaska   AK   Monitor
of Medicare for All Supporters .

AK U.S. Senators

Lisa Murkowski

Dan Sullivan

AK U.S. Representative

Don Young 

 

 

 



Arizona   AZ   Monitor
of Medicare for All Supporters .

AZ U.S. Senators

Jeff Flake

John McCain

AZ U.S. Congressional Districts
    and U.S. Representatives

AZ-1   Tom O'Halleran 

AZ-2   Martha McSally 

AZ-3   Raul Grijalva 
           House supporter  

AZ-4   Paul A. Gosar 

AZ-5   Andy Biggs 

AZ-6   David Schweikert 

AZ-7   Ruben Gallego 
           House supporter  

AZ-8   Trent Franks 

AZ-9   Kyrsten Sinema 

 

 




Arkansas   AR   Monitor
of Medicare for All Supporters  .

AR U.S. Senators

John Boozman

Tom Cotton

AR U.S. Congressional Districts
    and U.S. Representatives

AR-1   Rick Crawford 

AR-2   French Hill 

AR-3   Steve Womack 

AR-4   Bruce Westerman 

 

 



California   CA   Monitor
of Medicare for All Supporters .

CA U.S. Senators

Dianne Feinstein

Kamala D Harris  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

CA U.S. Congressional Districts
    and U.S. Representatives

CA-1   Doug LaMalfa 

CA-2   Jared Huffman 
           House supporter    

CA-3   John Garamendi 
           House supporter   

CA-4   Tom McClintock

CA-5   Mike Thompson
           House supporter   

CA-6   Doris O. Matsui  
           House supporter  

CA-7   Ami Bera 

CA-8   Paul Cook 

CA-9   Jerry McNerney 
           House supporter  

CA-10  Jeff Denham

CA-11  Mark DeSaulnier 
             House supporter 

CA-12  Nancy Pelosi 

CA-13  Barbara Lee 

            House supporter   

CA-14  Jackie Speier 
            House supporter

CA-15  Eric Swalwell 
            House supporter   

CA-16  Jim Costa 

CA-17  Ro Khanna 
            House supporter

CA-18  Anna G. Eshoo 
            House supporter

CA-19  Zoe Lofgren 
            House supporter

CA-20  Jimmy Panetta 
            House supporter

CA-21  David Valadao 

CA-22  Devin Nunes 

CA-23  Kevin McCarthy 

CA-24  Salud Carbajal 

CA-25  Steve Knight 

CA-26  Julia Brownley 

CA-27  Judy Chu 
            House supporter  

CA-28  Adam Schiff 
            House supporter  

CA-29  Tony Cárdenas 

CA-30  Brad Sherman 
            House supporter  

CA-31  Pete Aguilar 

CA-32  Grace Napolitano 
            House supporter 

CA-33  Ted Lieu 
            House supporter

CA-34  Jimmy Gomez    
           House supporter

CA-35  Norma Torres 

CA-36  Raul Ruiz 

CA-37  Karen Bass 
            House supporter

CA-38  Linda Sánchez
            House supporter

CA-39  Ed Royce 

CA-40  Lucille Roybal-Allard 
            House supporter

CA-41  Mark Takano 
            House supporter

CA-42  Ken Calvert 

CA-43  Maxine Waters  
            House supporter   

CA-44  Nanette Berragán 
            House supporter  

CA-45  Mimi Walters 

CA-46  J. Luis Correa 
            House supporter  

CA-47  Alan Lowenthal 
            House supporter  

CA-48  Dana Rohrabacher 

CA-49  Darrell Issa 

CA-50  Duncan D. Hunter 

CA-51  Juan Vargas 

CA-52  Scott Peters 

CA-53  Susan Davis 

 

 


 

Colorado   CO   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

CO U.S. Senators

Michael F Bennet

Cory Gardner

CO U.S. Congressionall Districts
    and U.S. Representatives

CO-1   Diana DeGette 
           House supporter  

CO-2   Jared Polis 
           House supporter  

CO-3   Scott Tipton 

CO-4   Ken Buck 

CO-5   Doug Lamborn 

CO-6   Mike Coffman 

CO-7   Ed Perlmutter 
           House supporter   

 


 

Connecticut   CT   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

CT U.S. Senators

Richard Blumenthal  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Christopher Murphy

CT U.S. Congressional Districts
    and U.S. Representatives

CT-1   John B. Larson 

CT-2   Joe Courtney 

CT-3   Rosa L. DeLauro 

CT-4   Jim Himes 

CT-5   Elizabeth Esty 

 


 

Delaware   DE   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

DE U.S. Senators

Thomas R Carper

Christopher A Coons

DE U.S. Representative

Lisa Blunt Rochester 

 


 

Florida   FL   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

FL U.S. Senators

Bill Nelson

Marco Rubio

FL U.S. Congressional Districts
    and U.S. Representatives

FL-1   Matt Gaetz 

FL-2   Neal Dunn 

FL-3   Ted Yoho 

FL-4   John Rutherford 

FL-5   Al Lawson 
          House supporter   

FL-6   Ron DeSantis 

FL-7   Stephanie Murphy

FL-8   Bill Posey 

FL-9   Darren Soto  
          House supporter  

FL-10  Val Demings 

FL-11  Daniel Webster 

FL-12  Gus M. Bilirakis 

FL-13  Charlie Crist 

FL-14  Kathy Castor 
           House supporter  

FL-15  Dennis Ross 

FL-16  Vern Buchanan 

FL-17  Tom Rooney 

FL-18  Brian Mast 

FL-19  Francis Rooney 

FL-20  Alcee L. Hastings 
           House supporter  

FL-21  Lois Frankel 

FL-22  Ted Deutsch  
           House supporter  

FL-23  Debbie Wasserman Schultz 

FL-24  Frederica Wilson 
           House supporter  

FL-25  Mario Diaz-Balart 

FL-26  Carlos Curbelo 

FL-27  Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

 

 


 

Georgia   GA   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

GA U.S. Senators

Johnny Isakson

David Perdue

GA U.S. Congressional Districts  
    and U.S. Representatives

GA-1   Buddy Carter 

GA-2   Sanford D. Bishop   
           House supporter  

GA-3   A. Drew Ferguson 

GA-4   Henry C. "Hank" Johnson, Jr. 
           House supporter  

GA-5   John Lewis 
           House supporter  

GA-6   Karen Handel

GA-7   Robert Woodall 

GA-8   Austin Scott 

GA-9   Doug Collins 

GA-10  Jody Hice 

GA-11  Barry Loudermilk 

GA-12  Rick Allen 

GA-13  David Scott 

GA-14  Tom Graves

 


 

Hawaii   HI   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

HI U.S. Senators

Mazie K Hirono  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Brian Schatz  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

HI U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

HI-1   Colleen Hanabusa 

HI-2   Tulsi Gabbard 
          House supporter  

 


 

Idaho   ID   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

ID U.S. Senators

Mike Crapo

James E Risch

ID U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

ID-1   Raul R. Labrador

ID-2   Mike Simpson

 


 

Illinois   IL   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

IL U.S. Senators

Tammy Duckworth

Richard J Durbin

IL U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

IL-1   Bobby L. Rush 
          House supporter  

IL-2   Robin Kelly 
          House supporter  

IL-3   Daniel Lipinski

IL-4   Luis Gutierrez 
          House supporter  

IL-5   Mike Quigley

IL-6   Peter J. Roskam

IL-7   Danny K. Davis 
          House supporter  

IL-8   Raja Krishnamorthi

IL-9   Jan Schakowsky 
          House supporter  

IL-10  Bradley Schneider

IL-11  Bill Foster

IL-12  Mike Bost

IL-13  Rodney Davis

IL-14  Randy Hultgren

IL-15  John Shimkus

IL-16  Adam Kinzinger

IL-17  Cheri Bustos

IL-18  Darin LaHood

 


 

Indiana   IN   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

IN U.S. Senators

Joe Donnelly

Todd Young

IN U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

IN-1   Peter Visclosky  
          House supporter  

IN-2   Jackie Walorski

IN-3   Jim Banks

IN-4   Todd Rokita

IN-5   Susan W. Brooks

IN-6   Luke Messer

IN-7   André Carson 
          House supporter  

IN-8   Larry Bucshon

IN-9   Trey Hollingsworth

 


 

Iowa   IA   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

IA U.S. Senators

Joni Ernst

Chuck Grassley

IA U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

IA-1   Rod Blum

IA-2   David Loebsack 
          House supporter  

IA-3   David Young

IA-4   Steve King

 


 

Kansas   KS   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

KS U.S. Senators

Jerry Moran

Pat Roberts

KS U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

KS-1   Roger Marshall

KS-2   Lynn Jenkins

KS-3   Kevin Yoder

KS-4   Ron Estes

 


 

Kentucky   KY   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

KY U.S. Senators

Mitch McConnell

Rand Paul

KY U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

KY-1   James Comer

KY-2   S. Brett Guthrie

KY-3   John A. Yarmuth 
     House supporter  

KY-4   Thomas Massie

KY-5   Harold Rogers

KY-6   Andy Barr

 


 

Louisiana   LA   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

LA U.S. Senators

Bill Cassidy

John Kennedy

LA U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

LA-1   Steve Scalise

LA-2   Cedric Richmond

LA-3   Clay Higgins

LA-4   Mike Johnson

LA-5   Ralph Abraham

LA-6   Garret Graves

 


 

Maine   ME   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

ME U.S. Senators

Susan M Collins

Angus S King Jr.

ME U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

ME-1   Chellie Pingree 
           House supporter  

ME-2   Bruce Poliquin

 


 

Maryland   MD   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

MD U.S. Senators

Benjamin L Cardin

Chris Van Hollen 

MD U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

MD-1   Andy Harris

MD-2   C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger

MD-3   John P. Sarbanes 
           House supporter    

MD-4   Anthony Brown 
           House supporter  

MD-5   Steny H. Hoyer

MD-6   John Delaney

MD-7   Elijah E. Cummings 
           House supporter  

MD-8   Jamie Raskin 
           House supporter  

 


 

Massachusetts   MA   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

MA U.S. Senators

Edward J Markey  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Elizabeth Warren  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

MA U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

MA-1   Richard E. Neal

MA-2   James McGovern 
           House supporter  

MA-3   Niki Tsongas

MA-4   Joseph P. Kennedy III

MA-5   Katherine Clark 
           House supporter  

MA-6   Seth Moulton

MA-7   Michael E. Capuano 
            House supporter  

MA-8   Stephen F. Lynch

MA-9   William Keating

 


 

Michigan   MI   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

MI U.S. Senators

Gary C Peters

Debbie Stabenow 

MI U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

MI-1   Jack Bergman

MI-2   Bill Huizenga

MI-3   Justin Amash

MI-4   John Moolenaar

MI-5   Daniel Kildee 

MI-6   Fred Upton

MI-7   Tim Walberg

MI-8   Mike Bishop

MI-9   Sander Levin

MI-10  Paul Mitchell

MI-11  Dave Trott

MI-12  Debbie Dingell 
            House supporter  

MI-13  vacant: was John Conyers; special election to be scheduled

MI-14  Brenda Lawrence 
            House supporter  

 


 

Minnesota   MN   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

MN U.S. Senators

Al Franken  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Amy Klobuchar 

MN U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

MN-1   Timothy J. Walz

MN-2   Jason Lewis

MN-3   Erik Paulsen

MN-4   Betty McCollum

MN-5   Keith Ellison 
            House supporter  

MN-6   Tom Emmer

MN-7   Colin C. Peterson

MN-8   Rick Nolan 
            House supporter  

 


 

Mississippi   MS   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

MS U.S. Senators

Thad Cochran

Roger F Wicker

MS U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

MS-1   Trent Kelly

MS-2   Bennie G. Thompson 
     House supporter  

MS-3   Gregg Harper

MS-4   Steven Palazzo

 


 

Missouri   MO   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

MO U.S. Senators

Roy Blunt

Claire McCaskill   

 

MO U.S. Congressional Districts 

    and U.S. Representatives

MO-1   William "Lacy" Clay Jr. 
            House supporter

MO-2   Ann Wagner

MO-3   Blaine Luetkemeyer

MO-4   Vicky Hartzler

MO-5   Emanuel Cleaver 
            House supporter  

MO-6   Sam Graves

MO-7   Billy Long

MO-8   Jason Smith

 


 

Montana   MT   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

MT U.S. Senators

Steve Daines

John Tester 

MT U.S. Representative

Greg Gianforte

 


 

Nebraska   NE   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

NE U.S. Senators

Deb Fischer

Ben Sasse

NE U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

NE-1   Jeff Fortenberry

NE-2   Don Bacon

NE-3   Adrian Smith

 


 

Nevada   NV   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

NV U.S. Senators

Catherine Cortez Masto

Dean Heller

NV U.S. Congressional Districts  

    and U.S. Representatives

NV-1   Dina Titus 
     House supporter  

NV-2   Mark Amodei

NV-3   Jacky Rosen

NV-4   Ruben J Kihuen

 


 

New Hampshire   NH   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

NH U.S. Senators

Margaret Wood Hassan

Jeanne Shaheen  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

NH U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

NH-1   Carol Shea-Porter

NH-2   Ann Kuster

 


 

New Jersey   NJ   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

NJ U.S. Senators

Cory A Booker  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Robert Menendez

NJ U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

NJ-1   Donald Norcross

NJ-2   Frank LoBiondo

NJ-3   Tom MacArthur

NJ-4   Chris Smith

NJ-5   Josh Gottheimer

NJ-6   Frank Pallone Jr.

NJ-7   Leonard Lance

NJ-8   Albio Sires  

          House supporter  

NJ-9   Bill Pascrell Jr.

NJ-10  Donald Payne Jr 
           House supporter  

NJ-11  Rodney Frelinghuysen

NJ-12  Bonnie Watson Coleman 
           House supporter  

 


 

New Mexico   NM   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

NM U.S. Senators

Martin Heinrich  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Tom Udall  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

NM U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

NM-1   Michelle Lujan Grisham

NM-2   Steve Pearce

NM-3   Ben R. Lujan

 


 

New York   NY   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

NY U.S. Senators

Kirsten Gillibrand  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Charles E Schumer

NY U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

NY-1   Lee Zeldin 

NY-2   Pete King 

NY-3   Thomas Suozzi 

NY-4   Kathleen Rice 

NY-5   Gregory W. Meeks 
            House supporter  

NY-6   Grace Meng 
            House supporter  

NY-7   Nydia M. Velázquez 
            House supporter  

NY-8   Hakeem Jeffries 
            House supporter  

NY-9   Yvette D. Clarke 
            House supporter  

NY-10  Jerrrold Nadler 
            House supporter  

NY-11  Daniel Donovan

NY-12  Carolyn Maloney 
            House supporter  

NY-13  Adriano Espaillat 
            House supporter  

NY-14  Joseph Crowley 
            House supporter  

NY-15  José E. Serrano 
            House supporter  

NY-16  Eliot Engel 
            House supporter  

NY-17  Nita Lowey

NY-18  Sean Patrick Maloney

NY-19  John Faso 

NY-20  Paul D. Tonko 
            House supporter  

NY-21  Elise Stefanik 

NY-22  Claudia Tenney 

NY-23  Tom Reed 

NY-24  John Katko

NY-25  Louise Slaughte
            House supporter  

NY-26  Brian Higgins 
            House supporter  

NY-27  Chris Collins

 


 

North Carolina   NC   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

NC U.S. Senators

Richard Burr

Thom Tillis

NC U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

NC-1   G. K. Butterfield 
            House supporter  

NC-2   George Holding

NC-3   Walter B. Jones

NC-4   David Price 
            House supporter  

NC-5   Virginia Foxx

NC-6   Mark Walker

NC-7   David Rouzer

NC-8   Richard Huson

NC-9   Robert Pittenger

NC-10  Patrick T. McHenry

NC-11  Mark Meadows

NC-12  Alma Adams 
            House supporter  

NC-13  Ted Budd

 


 

North Dakota  ND   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

ND U.S. Senators

Heidi Heitkamp

John Hoeven

ND U.S. Representative

Kevin Cramer

 


 

Ohio   OH   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

OH U.S. Senators

Sherrod Brown 

Rob Portman

OH U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

OH-1   Steve Chabot

OH-2   Brad Wenstrup

OH-3   joyce Beatty 
            House supporter  

OH-4   Jim Jordan

OH-5   Robert E. Latta

OH-6   Bill Johnson

OH-7   Bob Gibbs

OH-8   Warren Davidson

OH-9   Marcy Kaptur 
            House supporter  

OH-10  Michael Turner

OH-11  Marcia L. Fudge 
            House supporter  

OH-12  Pat Tiberi

OH-13  Tim Ryan 
            House supporter  

OH-14  David Joyce

OH-15  Steve Stivers

OH-16  Jim Renacci

 


 

Oklahoma   OK   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

OK U.S. Senators

James M Inhofe

James Lankford

OK U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

OK-1   Jim Bridenstine

OK-2   Markwayne Mullin

OK-3   Frank Lucas

OK-4   Tom Cole

OK-5   Steve Russell

 


 

Oregon   OR   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

OR U.S. Senators

Jeff Merkley  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Ron Wyden 

OR U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

OR-1   Suzanne Bonamici 
           House supporter  

OR-2   Greg Walden

OR-3   Earl Blumenauer 
           House supporter  

OR-4   Peter DeFazio 
           House supporter  

OR-5   Kurt Schrader

 


 

Pennsylvania   PA   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

PA U.S. Senators

Robert P Casey Jr.

Patrick J Toomey

PA U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

PA-1   Robert Brady 
            House supporter  

PA-2   Dwight Evans 
            House supporter  

PA-3   Mike Kelly

PA-4   Scott Perry

PA-5   Glenn W. Thompson

PA-6   Ryan Costello

PA-7   Pat Meehan

PA-8   Brian Fitzpatrick

PA-9   Bill Shuster

PA-10  Tom Marino

PA-11  Lou Barletta

PA-12  Keith Rothfus

PA-13  Brendan Boyle
            House supporter  

PA-14  Mike Doyle 
            House supporter  

PA-15  Charles W. Dent 

PA-16  Lloyd Smucker  

PA-17  Matthew Cartwright
            House supporter  

PA-18  vacant

 


 

Rhode Island   RI   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

RI U.S. Senators

Jack Reed 

Sheldon Whitehouse  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

RI U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

RI-1   David Cicilline 
     House supporter  

RI-2   Jim Langevin 
     House supporter  

 


 

South Carolina   SC   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

SC U.S. Senators

Lindsey Graham

Tim Scott

SC U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

SC-1   Mark Sanford

SC-2   Joe Wilson

SC-3   Jeff Duncan

SC-4   Trey Gowdy

SC-5   Ralph Norman

SC-6   James E. Clyburn 
           House supporter  

SC-7   Tom Rice

 


 

South Dakota   SD   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

SD U.S. Senators

Mike Rounds

John Thune

SD U.S. Representative

Kristi Noem

 


 

Tennessee   TN   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

TN U.S. Senators

Lamar Alexander

Bob Corker

TN U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

TN-1   Phil Roe

TN-2   John J. Duncan Jr.

TN-3   Chuck Fleischmann

TN-4   Scott Desjarlais

TN-5   Jim Cooper  
           House supporter   

TN-6   Diane Black

TN-7   Marsha Blackburn

TN-8   David Kustoff

TN-9   Steve Cohen 
           House supporter  

 


 

Texas   TX   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

TX U.S. Senators

John Comyn

Ted Cruz

TX U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

TX-1   Louie Gohmert

TX-2   Ted Poe

TX-3   Sam Johnson

TX-4   John Ratcliffe

TX-5   Jeb Hensarling

TX-6   Joe Barton

TX-7  John Culberson

TX-8   Kevin Brady

TX-9   Al Green 
           House supporter  

TX-10  Michael T. McCaul

TX-11  K. Michael Conaway

TX-12  Kay Granger

TX-13  Mac Thornberry

TX-14  Randy Weber

TX-15   Vicente Gonzalez
           House supporter   

TX-16  Beto O'Rourke

TX-17  Bill Flores

TX-18  Sheila Jackson Lee 
           House supporter  

TX-19  Jodey Arrington

TX-20  Joaquin Castro

TX-21  Lamar Smith

TX-22  Pete Olson

TX-23  Will Hurd

TX-24  Kenny Marchant

TX-25  Roger Williams

TX-26  Michael Burgess

TX-27  Blake Farenthold

TX-28  Henry Cuellar

TX-29  Gene Green 
            House supporter  

TX-30  Eddie Bernice Johnson

TX-31  John Carter

TX-32  Pete Sessions

TX-33  Marc Veasey 
            House supporter  

TX-34  Filemon Vela  
            House supporter  

TX-35  Lloyd Doggett

TX-36  Brian Babin

 


 

Utah   UT   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

UT U.S. Senators

Orin G Hatch

Mike Lee

UT U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

UT-1   Rob Bishop

UT-2   Chris Stewart

UT-3   vacant

UT-4   Mia Love

 


 

Vermont VT   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

VT U.S. Senators

Patrick J Leahy  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Bernard Sanders  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

VT U.S. Representative

Peter Welch 
House supporter  

 


 

Virginia   VA   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

VA U.S. Senators

Tim Kaine

Mark R Warner

VA U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

VA-1   Robert J. Wittman

VA-2   Scott Taylor

VA-3   Robert "Bobby" C. Scott 
           House supporter  

VA-4   A. Donald McEachin

VA-5   Thomas Garrett

VA-6   Bob Goodlatte

VA-7   Dave Brat

VA-8   Don Beyer
           House supporter  

VA-9   Morgan Griffith

VA-10  Barbara Comstock

VA-11  Gerald E. "Gerry" Connolly

 


 

Washington   WA   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

WA U.S. Senators

Maria Cantwell

Patty Murray

WA U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

WA-1   Suzan DelBene

WA-2   Rick Larsen

WA-3   Jaime Herrera Beutler

WA-4   Dan Newhouse

WA-5   Cathy McMorris Rodgers

WA-6   Derek Kilmer

WA-7   Pramila Jayapal 
            House supporter  

WA-8   David G. Reichert

WA-9   Adam Smith 
            House supporter  

WA-10  Denny Heck

 


 

West Virgina   WV   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

WV U.S. Senators

Shelley Moore Capito

Joe Manchin III   

WV U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

WV-1   David McKinley

WV-2   Alex Mooney

WV-3   Evan Jenkins

 


 

Wisconsin   WI   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

WI U.S. Senators

Tammy Baldwin  —  supporter? (S.1804 cosponsor, but that bill is not equivalent to H.R. 676). See Notes for the definition of a supporter.)

Ron Johnson

WI U.S. Congressional Districts 
    and U.S. Representatives

WI-1   Paul D. Ryan

WI-2   Mark Pocan 

           House supporter  

WI-3   Ron Kind

WI-4   Gwen Moore 
           House supporter  

WI-5   F. James Sensenbrenner

WI-6   Glenn Grothman

WI-7   Sean P. Duffy

WI-8   Mike Gallagher

 


 

Wyoming   WY   Monitor of Medicare for All Supporters .

WY U.S. Senators

John Barrasso

Michael B Enzi

WY U.S. Representative

Liz Cheney

 

 


 

Delegates (non-voting members) in the U.S. House


District of Columbia

Eleanor Holmes Norton 
House supporter  

 

Territories

American Samoa   AS 

Amata Radewagen

Guam   GU 

Madeleine Bordallo

Northern Mariana Islands  MP 

Gregorio Kilili Camacho
House supporter (Early supporter, but a
 non-voting member in the U.S. House) 

Puerto Rico   PR 

Jenniffer González-Colón

Virgin Islands   VI 

Stacey Plaskett

 


NOTES OF EXPLANATIONS AND DEFINITIONS

including how to get the contact information of your members of the U.S. Congress

 


About This Monitor

VERY IMPORTANT: To use and understand this monitor you must read this section of notes for explanations and definitions . For example, you need to know that a Medicare for All Supporter among the U.S. Congress is defined as
#1) a cosponsor of H.R. 676 (or equivalent) and
#2) a member who does more than being a cosponsor, as detailed below.

Why is this so very important for understanding? Because to accomplish Health Care for All we must have strong supporters: 75% strong among members of the U.S. House and 75% strong among the members of the U.S. Senate.

On or before 8/8/18 the definition will be strictly applied; weak supporters will no longer be considered supporters, especially if the count of the number of Medicare for All Voters is established at a strong level, but 1) a member of Congress in a specific state have not demonstrated their strength of support, as indicated below, and 2) an opposition candidate has not documented their commitment to being a cosponsor of H.R. 676, the proposed legislation which will establish a Medicare for All Program.

Updated December 14, 2017

We try to do a review and post updates at least once per week.

 


 

Definitions

DEFINITION of a Medicare for All Supporter:

who they are, as defined for this Medicare for All Monitor of Support:

Definition of a Medicare for All Supporter among citizens (A definition of the popular support by voters will be provided here sometime after the campaign starts.)

SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT THE DEFINITION FOR A SUPPORTER AMONG THE U.S. CONGRESS: As also noted with more detail below, The following definitiion of a supporter has NOT yet been applied at this website. That gives some months for both the incumbents and their future opposition at elections time to more satisfactorily act according to the definition.

Definition of a Medicare for All Supporter among the U.S. Congress: U.S. House and U.S. Senate.
A Medicare for All Supporter, as defined for this Medicare for All Monitor,
1) communicates their support for the establishment of universal health care, Medicare for All, "clearly, strongly, often and widely". As a bare minimum action, there must be a degree of communication of support by a member of Congress that includes documenting their support at these locations:
A) at their U.S. Congress website and
B) at an additional website that is theirs, such as their campaign website.
and
2) is documented as either sponsor or a cosponsor of H.R. 676 in the U.S. House   ... or ... 
the sponsor or cosponsor U.S. Senate resolution that has its content as an exact equivalent of H.R. 676. [Temporary note: a U.S. Senate resolution with its content the same as H.R. 676 not yet exist and is not expected until 2018 or early 2019. In the meantime Senator Bernie Sanders' bill S.1804 is most definitely not an equivalent to H.R. 676.]

Definition of a Medicare for All Supporter: for an Opposition Candidate.

Opposition candidates who are Medicare for All Supporters communicate their support for the establishment of universal health care, Medicare for All, "clearly, strongly, often and widely". They document their support for H.R. 676 at their campaign website, either on an "issues web page" or on a separate web page that is devoted to documenting their position in support of Medicare for All ... or in some other way that is reasonably prominent: easily found, including internet searches of their name in quotes and "Medicare for All" and the name of their state.

FRAGILE SUPPORT >>> IMPORTANT:  During 2017 and through early 2018 ... about the FRAGILE support levels in Congress. We have not yet applied the above definition of a Medicare for All Supporter.
A.  If U.S. Representative cosponsors do not document their support at their U.S. Congress websites, then the % support in the U.S. House will change to as low as one percent or so.
B. If there is no establishment of a U.S. Senate bill that has content that is a duplicate of the content of U.S. House Resolution H.R. 676, then the U.S. Senate support level will stay at zero percent.

*** SUPPORTERS IN CONGRESS ARE SPONSORS AND COSPONSORS OF MEDICARE FOR ALL LEGISLATION WHO COMMUNICATE THEIR SUPPORT AS DESCRIBED IN THE ABOVE DEFINITION OF A MEDICARE FOR ALL SUPPORTER.

 ** SUPPORT LEVEL THAT IS NEEDED:  To help ensure that excellent universal health care is established via a Medicare for All Program we need at least 75% support in the U.S. House and 75% support in the U.S. Senate.

 

 


 

How to Determine the Contact Information
for
YOUR MEMBERS OF THE U.S. Congress

... including your U.S. Congressional District number,

Your U.S. Representative (your Congressperson) AND DISTRICT NUMBER

Go to house.gov 

Enter your zip code at the upper right at "FIND YOUR REPRESENTATIVE", and then select "GO".

if the entire area of your zip code is within one U.S. Congressional District, then the number of your U.S. Congressional District and the name of your U.S. Representative will be displayed.

If your zip code has parts of two U.S. Congressional Districts within its boundaries, then you will need to do this:

--- Enter your street address

-- Select "FIND YOUR REP BY ADDRESS."

-- Then the number of your U.S. Congressional District and the name of your U.S. Representative will be displayed.

PLEASE NOTE:  As indicated at the bottom of the web page, you can send a letter in the U.S. Mail with this address:
        Honorable Firstname Lastname
        U.S. House of Representatives
        Washington DC 20515

         where Firstname and Lastname are appropriately replaced with the name of your U.S. Representative. 

Your Two U.S. Senators

Go to senate.gov  

At the upper left select "Find Your Senators" to see a list of states.

Then select your state to see links to each of your 2 U.S. Senators' Congressional web pages which provides their contact information and much more.

PLEASE NOTE:  You will see the full street addresses. However, to send a letter in the U.S. Mail all you need is this:
        Honorable U.S. Senator Firstname Lastname
        U.S. Senate
        Washington DC 20510

         where Firstname and Lastname are appropriately replaced with the name of one of your U.S. Senators. 

 


How to Treat a Medicare for All Supporter

If you decide that you will most likely vote for a particular Medicare for All Supporter, consider giving them some combination of your time, money and/or effort regarding their running for election.

 


(scheduled addition to this web page)

(When the popular support via Medicare for All Voters is posted, as noted above, then important information about past and future popular and political support for Medicare for All in the United States will be posted at this location.) 

 


We can and will get universal health care, Medicare for All.


 

Alternate names for this topic 

PRIMARY TERMS
— Medicare for All ... the United States term, which is used in H.R. 676 which will establish a "Medicare for All Program"
— universal health care ... the global term

 
OTHER TERMS
— Expanded and Improved Medicare for All
— National Improved Medicare for All
— Single-payer health care
— Single payer national health insurance

 

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