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151 Members of Congress Support Diplomacy with Iran!

On May 7, 2015, Rep. Jan Schakowsky (IL-09), Rep. Lloyd Doggett (TX-35), and Rep. David E. Price (NC-04) sent a letter to President Obama supporting his administration’s efforts to negotiate a comprehensive and verifiable nuclear agreement that will prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. The letter was signed by 151 Democrats (see full list below).

The Schakowsky-Doggett-Price letter demonstrates strong support for these negotiations in the United States House of Representatives and makes clear that diplomacy is the best way to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran.

If your Representative is a Democrat, he or she needs to hear from you! Please see the list of signers below. If your Representative signed the letter, take one minute to send a thank you email. If your Representative was one of the handful of Democrats who did not sign, take one minute to voice your disappointment.

Representatives who did NOT sign the pro-diplomacy letter
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Arizona
Kirkpatrick
Sinema

California
Costa
Peters
Schiff
Sherman
Vargas

Connecticut
Himes

Florida
Deutch
Frankel
Graham
Grayson
Hastings
Murphy
Wasserman Schultz

Hawaii
Gabbard

Illinois
Lipinski
Quigley

Maryland
Hoyer
Sarbanes

Michigan
Levin

Minnesota
Peterson

New Jersey
Norcross
Pallone
Pascrell
Sires

Nevada
Titus

New York
Crowley
Engel
Israel
Lowey
Maloney
Meng
Nadler
Rice

Oregon
Schrader

Pennsylvania
Boyle

Tennessee
Cooper

Texas
Cuellar
Green
Vela

Washington
Kilmer

Representatives who signed the pro-diplomacy letter
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Alabama
Sewell

Arizona
Gallego
Grijalva

California
Aguilar
Bass
Becerra
Bera
Brownley
Capps
Cardenas
Chu
Davis
DeSaulnier
Eshoo
Farr
Garamendi
Hahn
Honda
Huffman
Lee
Lieu
Lofgren
Lowenthal
Matsui
McNerney
Napolitano
Pelosi
Roybal-Allard
Ruiz
Sanchez, Loretta
Sanchez, Linda
Speier
Swalwell
Takano
Thompson
Torres
Waters

Colorado
DeGette
Perlmutter
Polis

Connecticut
Courtney
DeLauro
Esty
Larson

DC
Norton

Delaware
Carney

Florida
Brown
Castor
Wilson

Georgia
Bishop
Johnson
Lewis
Scott

Guam
Bordallo

Hawaii
Takai

Iowa
Loebsack

Illinois
Bustos
Davis
Duckworth
Foster
Gutierrez
Kelly
Rush
Schakowsky

Indiana
Carson
Visclosky

Kentucky
Yarmuth

Louisiana
Richmond

Massachusetts
Capuano
Clark
Keating
Kennedy
Lynch
McGovern
Moulton
Neal
Tsongas

Maryland
Cummings
Delaney
Edwards
Ruppersberger
Van Hollen

Maine
Pingree

Michigan
Conyers
Dingell
Kildee
Lawrence

Minnesota
Ellison
McCollum
Nolan
Walz

Missouri
Clay
Cleaver

Northern Mariana Islands
Sablan

Mississippi
Thompson

North Carolina
Adams
Butterfield
Price

Nebraska
Ashford

New Hampshire
Kuster

New Jersey
Payne
Watson Coleman

New Mexico
Lujan
Lujan Grisham

New York
Clarke
Higgins
Jeffries
Maloney
Meeks
Rangel
Serrano
Slaughter
Tonko
Velazquez

Ohio
Beatty

Fudge
Kaptur
Ryan

Oregon
Bonamici
Blumenauer
DeFazio

Pennsylvania
Brady
Cartwright
Doyle
Fattah

Puerto Rico
Pierluisi

Rhode Island
Cicilline
Langevin

South Carolina
Clyburn

Tennessee
Cohen

Texas
Castro
Doggett
Green
Hinojosa
Jackson Lee
Johnson
O’Rourke
Veasey

Virginia
Beyer
Connolly
Scott

Virgin Islands
Plaskett

Vermont
Welch

Washington
DelBene
Heck
Larsen
McDermott
Smith

Wisconsin
Kind
Moore
Pocan

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