Since Congress passed the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), intimate partner violence has decreased by two-thirds--yet 160 Republicans in the House and Senate voted against renewing these programs in 2013, and President Trump's budget is slated to cut them entirely.
We need to get every Republican member of Congress on record: Will they stand up against domestic violence and sexual assault? Or will they rubber stamp President Trump's proposal to slash these programs? After you call, based on your reports, we'll post publicly online which representatives are standing with women — and which of them aren't.
No Cuts to Violence Against Women Programs