It's payback time. And across the country, constituents are giving it to the 217 Republicans who voted TrumpCare.

These are their stories.

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On May 4th, 217 Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives voted for TrumpCare, a bill that would take away health care from 24 million Americans, gut protections for millions of Americans with preexisting conditions, defund Planned Parenthood, and cut $880 billion from Medicaid for children, the sick, and persons with disabilities. All this to fund a massive tax break for the wealthy and corporations.

This moral monstrosity of a bill is quite simply an assault on basic American values. In voting for this legislation, these 217 Republicans proved their total disregard for the health and well-being of their constituents.

May 4th will go down in history as the day Republicans set the stage for their own loss of the House in 2018. But before then, we have work to do. We must hold these representatives accountable. And there’s only one way to do that: constituent power asserted by an engaged citizenry intent on taking back our democracy.

The Payback Project, a joint effort of Indivisible, MoveOn, Town Hall Project, and Women's March will track groups and events targeting these 217 members of Congress and amplify the work of everyday Americans making them pay for their vote.

217 House Republicans voted to take away your healthcare. Angry? Good. Let's turn it into action.