These Trumpcare Supporters Are Up For Reelection in 2018

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Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives passed their American Health Care Act (AHCA), aimed at replacing Obamacare, on May 4. The bill still has to pass the Senate, where lawmakers plan to write their own version of health care reform, but House representatives will have to answer to their constituents — namely, the members of Congress who voted for "Trumpcare" and face reelection in 2018.
Every seat in the House is up for grabs next fall, so the Republicans who voted for the AHCA (that current estimates say could make 24 million Americans lose their insurance in the next 10 years) will be forced to successfully defend their choice or lose their job. In fact, attack ads targeting 24 representatives who voted for the bill quickly surfaced, asking, "How could you do this do us?" Funded by the healthcare advocacy group Save My Care, the ads called out Republicans from districts that either voted for Hillary Clinton in the presidential election or at least stand a chance of turning blue in 2018, including Reps. Martha McSally of Arizona, Mimi Walters of California, and Lee Zeldin, John Faso, and Elise Stefanik of New York.
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We have President Trump for the next four years (unless something really dramatic happens), but congressional elections give the country a say in how the government's operating much sooner. If you don't like the way your representatives are voting, do something about it — campaign against them, be sure to vote in 2018, and encourage your friends and family to vote, too.
Now, let's take a look at who voted for what Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards deemed the "worst bill for women's health in a generation."
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Illustrated by Abbie Winters.

Alabama



Currently representing Alabama, Bradley Byrne, Martha Roby, Mike D. Rogers, Robert B. Aderholt, Mo Brooks, and Gary Palmer all voted for the AHCA and must run again in 2018.
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Alaska



Don Young, Alaska's only representative in the House, voted for the healthcare bill.
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Arizona



Martha E. McSally, Paul Gosar, David Schweikert, and Trent Franks of Arizona all face reelection after their "yes" vote.
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Arkansas



Rick Crawford, French Hill, Steve Womack, and Bruce Westerman voted for the AHCA.
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California



Doug LaMalfa, Tom McClintock, Paul Cook, Devin Nunes, Kevin McCarthy, Ken Calvert, Mimi Walters, Dana Rohrabacher, Darrell Issa, Duncan Hunter, Jeff Denham, David Valadao, Steve Knight, and Ed Royce all supported the Republican healthcare bill.
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Colorado



Scott Tipton, Ken Buck, and Doug Lamborn of Colorado voted for the AHCA.
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Florida



The following Florida representatives helped push the bill through the House: Matt Gaetz, Neal Dunn, Ted Yoho, John Rutherford, Ron DeSantis, Bill Posey, Daniel Webster, Gus Bilirakis, Dennis A. Ross, Vern Buchanan, Tom Rooney, Brian Mast, Francis Rooney, Carlos Curbelo, and Mario Diaz-Balart.
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Georgia



Earl L. “Buddy” Carter, Drew Ferguson, Rob Woodall, Austin Scott, Doug Collins, Jody B. Hice, Barry Loudermilk, Rick W. Allen, and Tom Graves all voted "yes" on Trumpcare.
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Idaho



From Idaho, Mike Simpson supported the proposed law, along with Raúl R. Labrador, who said "nobody dies because they don't have access to healthcare" and plans to run for governor in 2018.
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Illinois



Peter Roskam, Mike Bost, Rodney Davis, Randy Hultgren, John Shimkus, Adam Kinzinger, and Darin M. LaHood all represented Illinois by voting for the bill.
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Indiana



Jackie Walorski, Jim Banks, Todd Rokita, Susan W. Brooks, Luke Messer, Larry Bucshon, and Trey Hollingsworth face reelection after voting to repeal Obamacare.
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Iowa



Rod Blum, David Young, and Steve King must run again in 2018.
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Kansas



Roger Marshall, Kevin Yoder, and Ron Estes of Kansas voted for Trumpcare.

Lynn Jenkins did as well, but plans to retire.
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Kentucky



From the Bluegrass State, James Comer, Brett Guthrie, Harold Rogers, and Andy Barr supported the AHCA.
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Louisiana



Steve Scalise, Clay Higgins, Mike Johnson, Ralph Abraham, and Garret Graves voted "yes" on Trumpcare.
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Maine



Bruce Poliquin was the only House representative from Maine to vote for the healthcare plan.
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Maryland



Andy Harris from Maryland was also the only one from his state to vote "yes."
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Michigan



Jack Bergman, Bill Huizenga, Justin Amash, John Moolenaar, Fred Upton, Tim Walberg, Mike Bishop, Paul Mitchell, and Dave Trott of Michigan all voted for the Obamacare replacement.
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Minnesota



Jason Lewis, Tom Emmer, and Erik Paulsen represented Minnesota by voting for Trumpcare.
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Mississippi



Trent Kelly, Gregg Harper, and Steven M. Palazzo must defend their seat in 2018 after voting for the proposed law.
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Missouri



Missouri's Ann Wagner, Blaine Luetkemeyer, Vicky Hartzler, Sam Graves, Billy Long, and Jason Smith voted for the AHCA.
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Nebraska



Jeff Fortenberry, Don Bacon, and Adrian Smith of the Cornhusker State supported the Republican healthcare reform.
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Nevada



Mark Amodei was the only Nevada representative to vote "yes."
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New Jersey



Republicans Tom MacArthur and Rodney Frelinghuysen, from the blue state of New Jersey, voted for the GOP's measure.
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New Mexico



Steve Pearce of New Mexico supported Trumpcare.
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New York



These House representatives from New York voted for the AHCA: Lee Zeldin, Peter T. King, John J. Faso, Elise Stefanik, Claudia Tenney, Tom Reed, and Chris Collins.
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North Carolina



George Holding, Virginia Foxx, Mark Walker, David Rouzer, Richard Hudson, Robert Pittenger, Patrick T. McHenry, Mark Meadows, and Ted Budd all voted in favor of replacing Obamacare.
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North Dakota



Kevin Cramer, North Dakota's only House representative, voted "yes" on the bill.
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Ohio



Ohio's Steve Chabot, Brad Wenstrup, Jim Jordan, Bob Latta, Bill Johnson, Bob Gibbs, Warren Davidson, Pat Tiberi, and Steve Stivers supporter it.

Another Ohio Republican, Jim Renacci, did too, but plans to leave the House to run for governor (though his vote for Trumpcare could still affect that election).
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Oklahoma



The Sooner State's Jim Bridenstine, Markwayne Mullin, Frank D. Lucas, Tom Cole, and Steve Russell voted for the AHCA.
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Oregon



Greg Walden was the only Oregonian to vote "yes" on the proposal.
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Pennsylvania



Mike Kelly, Scott Perry, Glenn Thompson, Bill Shuster, Tom Marino, Lou Barletta, Keith Rothfus, Lloyd K. Smucker, and Tim Murphy of Pennsylvania all voted for the Republican healthcare bill and face reelection next year.
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South Carolina



Mark Sanford, Joe Wilson, Jeff Duncan, Trey Gowdy, and Tom Rice represented South Carolina in the House with "yes" votes.
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South Dakota



South Dakota's only representative in the House, Kristi Noem, supported Trumpcare.
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Tennessee



Phil Roe, John J. Duncan Jr., Chuck Fleischmann, Scott DesJarlais, Diane Black, Marsha Blackburn, and David Kustoff helped push through the Republican leadership's healthcare reform.
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Texas



The Lone Star State had the following Republicans vote for the AHCA: Louie Gohmert, Ted Poe, Sam Johnson, John Ratcliffe, Jeb Hensarling, Joe L. Barton, John Culberson, Kevin Brady, Michael McCaul, K. Michael Conaway, Kay Granger, Mac Thornberry, Randy Weber, Bill Flores,
Jodey Arrington, Lamar Smith, Pete Olson, Kenny Marchant, Roger Williams, Michael C. Burgess, Blake Farenthold, John Carter, Pete Sessions, and Brian Babin.
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Utah



Rob Bishop, Chris Stewart, and Mia Love of Utah voted for Trumpcare.

Jason Chaffetz did as well, but announced he might not finish the current term in Congress, so there's a chance he won't be on the ballot in 2018.
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Virginia



Rob Wittman, Scott Taylor, Tom Garrett, Robert W. Goodlatte, Dave Brat, and Morgan Griffith of Virginia supported the AHCA in the House.
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Washington



Cathy McMorris Rodgers was the only one from the Evergreen State to vote "yes."

Dan Newhouse was the only member of the House to not vote at all, but he signaled that he supported the proposal.
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West Virginia



David B. McKinley, Alex X. Mooney, and Evan H. Jenkins of West Virginia voted in favor of the healthcare bill.
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Wisconsin



House Speaker Paul Ryan, Jim Sensenbrenner, Glenn Grothman, Sean P. Duffy, and Mike Gallagher helped Trumpcare pass in the House.
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Wyoming



Liz Cheney, Wyoming's only House representative, voted to repeal Obamacare.
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