Three days after his election, President-elect Donald Trump said the Affordable Care Act would be repealed and replaced “simultaneously” and that “it’ll be great health care for much less money.” Over the course of his campaign, the President-elect and Congressional Republicans said that repealing and replacing health care reform would “Make America Great Again.”

Instead of fulfilling their promise to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, Republicans are going to make America sick again by offering no health care plan to the American people and actually dismantling Medicare, Medicaid as well as the ACA. Congressional Republicans, including President-elect Trump’s pick to lead the Department of Health and Human Services, Representative Tom Price, are leading the charge.

Republicans want to unravel the guaranteed benefit of health care for seniors and people with disabilities by privatizing Medicare and giving people vouchers to go find services and care. Republicans also want to cut off federal assistance to states for providing health care to millions of low-income Americans through Medicaid by capping the amount of money a state can receive.

Together, these three programs ensure that more than 100 million Americans have access to health care, and following through with their plans to repeal the ACA, privatize Medicare and cap Medicaid would make America sick again and create chaos in our health care system.

CALL YOUR MEMBER OF CONGRESS

Sample script: “Hello, my name is Suzie, and I am a constituent of Congressman Smith. I’m very concerned about the Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act — with no plan to replace it. There are 30 million Americans who will lose their coverage. Here in our state, there are 700,000 Ohioans who are now covered under the Medicaid expansion thanks to the Affordable Care Act. Governor John Kasich thinks it’s a very bad idea to take away coverage from these folks, and I agree with him. Repealing the Affordable Care Act will mean Ohio loses more than 100,000 jobs. It will cost Ohio hospitals $15 billion and put a $3.5 billion hole in our state budget. And I’m very concerned to hear that repealing the Affordable Care Act will increase federal budget deficits by $350 billion. That’s irresponsible. Now I’m calling you today to ask that Congressman Smith vote NO on any plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, if there is no plan to replace it and no plan to cover the 30 million Americans that will lose their coverage.”

Or use this script from @wonderbread403:

1 – CHABOT
Cincinnati Office
(513) 684-2723

Warren County Office
(513) 421-8704

2 – WENSTRUP
Cincinnati Office
(513) 474-7777

Peebles Office
(513) 605-1380

4 – JORDAN
Lima Office
(419) 999-6455

Norwalk Office
(419) 663-1426

5 – LATTA
Bowling Green Office
(419) 354-8700

Defiance Office
(419) 782-1996

Findlay Office
(419) 422-7791

6 – JOHNSON
Marietta Office
(740) 376-0868

Salem Office
(330) 337-6951

Cambridge Office
(740) 432-2366

Ironton Office
(740) 534-9431

7 – GIBBS
Ashland Office
(419) 207-0650

Canton Office
(330) 737-1631

8 – DAVIDSON
Troy Office
(937) 339-1524

West Chester Office
(513) 779-5400

10 – TURNER
Dayton Office
(937) 225-2843

12 – TIBERI
Worthington Office
(614) 523-2555

14 – JOYCE
Painesville Office
(440) 352-3939

Twinsburg Office
(330) 357-4139

15 – STIVERS
Hilliard Office
(614) 771-4968

Lancaster Office
(740) 654-2654

Wilmington Office
(937) 283-7049

16 – RENACCI
Wadsworth Office
(330) 334-0040

Parma Office
(440) 882-6779

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@RepSteveChabot

@RepBradWenstrup

@Jim_Jordan

@boblatta

@RepBillJohnson

@RepBobGibbs

@WarrenDavidson

@RepMikeTurner

@PatTiberi

@RepDaveJoyce

@RepSteveStivers

@RepJimRenacci

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