Last night, we made history.
Less than 24 hours ago, the House voted 234-194 to repeal "Don't Ask Don't Tell."
Thanks in part to CA Faith for Equality's supporters from Representative Costa's district, Costa, who was leaning to vote No, voted Yes to repeal "Don't Ask Don't Tell."
Didn't get a chance to call your representative before the vote? You can still be a part of history.
Call and thank those who voted YES because it's important they know that they made decisions both morally upright and representative of their constituents.
Call out those who voted NO because they must be reminded of their moral obligations to support human rights, especially for soldiers who are willing to die for our and their freedom.
Here's how you can call your representatives to thank them or to call them out:
Look up your representative's recorded vote.
Dial 202-224-3121, the House switchboard, to thank or to call out your representative.
Leave a message or tell the person you speak with that you are a member of that district, and that you're happy or disappointed in your representative's vote.
Email CA Faith for Equality to tell who us you called. Email Kerry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Together, we won tonight, and together we will continue to win.
Your call to your representative makes all the difference.
California Faith for Equality Action Fund is part of the California Faith for Equality family of organizations.
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