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Mark Sanford (U.S. House, SC)

The work of Independent Women’s Voice was invaluable support for our campaign. At a time when money was flooding in from the national Democratic party and the likes of Nancy Pelosi, as I had signed the Obamacare Repeal Pledge, IWV independently took up the fight on our behalf and invested substantial resources to bolster our effort. Their use of the ObamaCare issue to set up a clear contrast between my opponent and myself was particularly effective. I am thankful for IWV's support of our campaign at a critical time and I cannot thank them enough.

Fred Upton, Chairman of the Committee on Energy and Commerce (US Congress, MI)

The harsh reality of Obamacare is that for many Americans, they now realize they were duped--yes, if they were happy with their health insurance, they may indeed may not be able to keep it. The Supreme Ct. can remedy the situation by throwing out this 2700 page unconstitutional law that makes no sense even if one does read it--If not, a new Congress and President needs to act on Day #1--That is why this November election is so important to every family

All voters need to know precisely how their legislator will vote particularly if the Supreme Ct does not strike down Obamacare. Through my many constituent meetings, the topic almost always comes up and it is so important for them to see if we have signed the 'Repeal Pledge'--Today, it is ever so important for an educated electorate to participate in the Fall's election. The 'Pledge' helps complete their legislator's homework for their constituents.

Dr. Rand Paul (US Senate, KY)

No one doubts where I stand on repealing Obamacare.  I ran on it.  I voted to do it the first chance I got in office.  And I will keep working for repeal. But I signed the pledge because it is important.  It shows my continued commitment when others may waver.  It shows new candidates the importance of the issue and of the pledge.  I urge all officeholders and candidates to sign the Repeal Pledge - and to mean it.  Obamacare must be repealed.

Dr. Tom Coburn (US Senate, OK)

TheRepealPledge.com is an important way for Americans to hold their elected officials accountable to repeal the government takeover of health care.  Just like sunlight is a great disinfectant, this simple tool increases transparency and helps educate all Americans about who supports not just repealing the health law, but replacing it with common-sense reforms that improve quality and choice, but lower cost.

Dr. Michael C. Burgess, Chairman of the Congressional Health CareCaucus (US Congress, TX)

President Obama's takeover of healthcare represents a threat to our Republic that is both insidious and overt. Whether it is the fiscal calamity posed by subsidies in the exchanges, the erosion of personal freedom, the unprecedented expansion of the powers of the Executive Branch and their associated agencies, or damage to the profession of the art and science of medicine, this flawed law embodies THE fight for the future of America. Now is the time, all hands on deck- you simply cannot sit in the bleachers and hope someone else does it for you. Sign the pledge, and be certain any candidate who asks for your vote signs and stands with you.

Wall Street Journal lead editorial, Sept. 30, 2010

Launched a week ago by the nonprofit outfits Independent Women’s Voice and American Majority Action…The hard political slog ahead could use an accountability tool like The Repeal Pledge.

Rush Limbaugh, excerpt from Sept. 28, 2010 show

ObamaCare must be repealed… Okay, you say you want to repeal it? Sign the pledge.
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