WASHINGTON (CNN) - A dozen House Republicans are targeted in a new House Democratic political campaign that criticizes the GOP lawmakers for opposing the $787 billion stimulus package.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee will contact voters this week by telephone with a recorded message saying that their Republican congressman voted “against the largest tax cut in history,” and against a stimulus bill that the business friendly U.S. Chamber of Commerce supported.
The campaign also includes “emails and text messages directly to targeted Republicans’ constituents,” a DCCC official tells CNN. House Democrats have also created a Web site to explain how they believe the stimulus bill will affect individual congressional districts.
Only three congressional Republicans, all senators, voted for the final passage of the stimulus bill.
Full list of Republicans targeted after the jump
The House Republicans targeted in this new Democratic campaign include:
Rep. Judy Biggert of Illinois
Rep. Ken Calvert of California
Rep. Michael Castle of Delaware
Rep. Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania
Rep. Jim Gerlach of Pennsylvania
Rep. Mark Kirk of Illinois
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer of Missouri
Rep. Dan Lungren of California
Rep. Thad McCotter of Michigan
Rep. Adam Putnam of Florida
Rep. Dave Reichert of Washington
Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas