Dedicated to empowering constituents to defeat Trump allies across the GOP, Westfield 20/20 has become a unflagging force at street-side protests and rallies. The scrappy organization identified an obvious early opponent — Representative Leonard Lance of New Jersey's 7th district, a tenacious supporter
of the new President. But like many GOP lawmakers, Lance faced enormous pushback at town halls from voters outraged by the unpopular American Health Care Act — the first of Paul Ryan's failed attempts to wrench coverage away from an estimated 23 million Americans
. Buckling under the pressure from groups like Westfield 20/20, Lance ultimately voted against the bill, helping to stall Republican efforts to rewrite healthcare policy, at least for now.