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October 28, 2010Revere America Continues "Pledge to Win" Campaign with Massive Get-Out-the-Vote Effort

Signed Petitions, Mail, Phone Calls to Repeal, Replace Healthcare Law

Washington, DC- Former New York Governor George Pataki, Chairman of Revere America, today announced a coordinated and wide-reaching get out the vote effort to remind Americans that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) needs to be repealed and replaced.

Revere America will target the top 100 House races and the top 5 Senate races with direct mail to 300,000 voters and automated phone calls recorded by Gov. Pataki to registered voters reminding them to vote.

One million Americans have now signed the Revere America petition to repeal the healthcare law.  These will be delivered to Capitol Hill.

“The American people have made their concern known over this law and they will deliver a clear message on November 2,” said Governor Pataki.  “People feel like they have been handed an unworkable system they neither trust nor understand.  We will remind voters to hold their Congressmen and Senators accountable.”

Revere America is not opposing Democrats who voted against the healthcare law.

Over the last several weeks, Governor Pataki campaigned in Congressional districts in Pennsylvania, California, Iowa and New York on the “Pledge to Win” campaign, which is aimed at Members of Congress and includes television ads in targeted districts, campaign activities in those districts and an aggressive effort calling on every incumbent Member of Congress and every candidate for Congress to pledge to Repeal and Replace the PPACA with a plan that has broad-based support.

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Sharon Scudder at November 10, 2010 09:02 AM
I support Gov Pataki and his ride across America. No new tax code changes right now. Not until Repubs take over the Presidency. Then there needs to be an independent audit on what would be healthy for American families with all of the dependent immigrants not paying taxes - this would need to be considered. Please stand against this tax code take over for the following reasons: Don't be deceived by this trick of Obama to takeover the tax code. We need to wait until we get a just Pres. in office before we overhaul the tax code. Do not play into his hand on this one. He and Hillary want to take over the tax code to implement it into health care reform which is a complete takeover of everything (small business, the individual, the bank accounts, etc.) DONT BE DECEIVED BY THIS OBAMA PLOY. NO TO EVERYTHING THAT HE WANTS TO DO. HE IS A MANIPULATOR AND DECEIVER - BOTH HE AND HILLARY.
[email protected] at November 02, 2010 02:34 AM
It is past time that the politicians started listening to the people. I am a republican, but the party has not been doing the right thing. We really need to work together with the politicians who are honest and want to carry this good country in the right direction. Support the politicians who do not allow earmarks. Support the politicians who want to help this country, not just fill their pockets. Get rid of some of the wasteful spending. Take care of the American people before money is sent to other countries. Bring our companies back to the States. Secure the border and tighten security.
gloria roane at October 30, 2010 09:17 AM
I think the health care repeal is a good thing. It help the people that could not get health insurance to get. I am one of those middle class that have to struggle. Anything to help people that need it I am for it.
Yolla at October 30, 2010 08:52 AM
Hello, I have only one request, and that is will you Gov.Pataki,come out in support for Carl Paladino, we need him here in New York, Desperately....... Thank You
[email protected] at October 29, 2010 01:35 PM
Some politicians sad to say are interested only in lining their pockets, So let"s all get out and vote and get rid of them. Thanks, John
Julane at October 29, 2010 12:53 PM
Julane at October 29, 2010 12:46 PM
We are in serious trouble if Americans do not bring GOD back into our nation. SUPPORT ISRAEL AND vote IN A WAY that will bring these things about. I PRAY THIS NEW PARTY WILL BE LOADED WITH CANDIDATES AN VOTERS THAT FOLLOW GODS LEADING so that our country will once again be a GREAT NATION UNDER GOD...
[email protected] at October 29, 2010 12:34 PM
Get rid of democrats and republic's who voted for Obama. There will be more outradgious things with him in power. Sneeky is what they are. Just replace
[email protected] at October 29, 2010 11:33 AM
I want to join the 1 million Americans who signed the Revere America petition to repeal the healthcare law. I am 100 percent against heathcare in the manner it was presented to the American people.
Edward at October 29, 2010 11:30 AM
10/29/10 I am with gov. Pataki. The problem is that he rammed this through with out taking time ot work all the bugs out. (Chicago style politics) I do not need healthb ins., as I get my care from the V.A. But they want to fine me2.5% of my income if I do not have insurance. So will I be labeled a criminal if I don't have this so called insurance? All Congress would have to do is make Medicare pay on more treatments, and make the insueance companies accountable to pay any claims the consumer may have. Simple isn't it? Unfortunately, they do not see things this way. Take the time to get a plan that will be acceptable to all and the problem is solved. Again, simple. The puiblic is getting sick and tired of being screwed by the government all the time. Let's see some action on this. Thank you for letting me get my 2 cents in. Edward Duesing
Beverley Wadsworth at October 29, 2010 09:39 AM
Repeal Obamacare, a top priority before it ruins our healthcare system
[email protected] at October 29, 2010 09:16 AM
I find it rather difficult to see your side when thinking we only got this little bit of healthcare in any manner. How long has it been when congress did anything for the middleclass? When politicians get great healthecare and the more affluent can affort healthcare,do you really think that they are thinking of us? i don't care what party it is WHY hasn't medicare fraud be conducted more aggressively. yes as asenior i really care,because my suggestion of those of us who it should be REQUIRED to check our hospital bills to any and all errors. WHY CAN OVER CHARGES BE PERMITTED BY ANY ONE PROVIDING HEALTHECAREBE IT MEDICARE AND FOR THAT MATTER MEDICAL? I REALLY would like to hear your suggestions on how to so called FIX the system. Yes we can vote but for hong long do you wait? i have been a voter since I was nineteen and I am bnow 59. The only thing that has changed for me is that I can afford better medical care,and even then sometimes I can't. While were at it HOW DARE there
[email protected] at October 29, 2010 05:29 AM
Repeal health Care bill and remove Barack Obama (if only that were possible).
paraclete2u at October 28, 2010 09:01 PM
Don't give up! Keep fighting!!
Rolf Adams at October 28, 2010 08:55 PM
It is amazing to hear sound bytes of Democrat legislators. They are trying to distance themselves from all the distasteful crap they passed into law since Pres. Obama took office. It will serve the arrogant legislators right to join the ranks of the un-employed. I cannot understand them thinking the American people are so stupid. Deceived? Yes. Stupid? Definitely not.
[email protected] at October 28, 2010 08:34 PM
Do whatever it takes to repeal that ill thought out legislation. We are so sick of the liberal thinking (or non thinking) power in DC, please do what is possible. If we can sign a petition, please forward a petition to us. Thank you for your correspondence. Sincerely, Joseph R. Neumen, Pharm. D.
nonetoogood at October 28, 2010 08:21 PM
Thank You
desertpunkin at October 28, 2010 07:33 PM
REPEAL REPEAL REPEAL PPACA--it's trash trash trash!!!!!!
[email protected] at October 28, 2010 07:22 PM
i believe that a repeal should be made . it will never work the way it is .
Nina at October 28, 2010 07:04 PM
we need medical program everybody need med inc what can people to with out med benefits babybooms and unemploemen ??????
[email protected] at October 28, 2010 07:03 PM
I support Governor Pataki's work to repeal the Health Care bill.
Sue Barasch at October 28, 2010 06:57 PM
This needs to be repealed! It cannot be an impossible action - please, please BEGIN THE PROCESS TO REPEAL.
carolinmd at October 28, 2010 06:33 PM
Mandated health care is unconstitutional . It has no place in America. Health care needs to be addressed and approved by the vote and not by shoving it down our throats.
marilynne schaefer at October 28, 2010 06:00 PM
I am voting this election as I do every time I have the honor and privilege to vote. I think the health care bill is a direct attack on my right to be a free american. Please repeal this unconstitional bill.
[email protected] at October 28, 2010 05:55 PM
This bill needs to be stopped as soon as possible!
6393pwv at October 28, 2010 05:12 PM
Repeal and Replace the Health Care Bill it will kill our health care that we now have and kill our country financially
RENA COREY at October 28, 2010 05:07 PM
A great governor and a great American.Thank you. New York sorely misses you.