Representative Charles H. Taylor (R-N.C.)
eked through the U.S. House of Representatives on July 27 by a 217-215 vote. Constituents in North Carolina are left wondering why Taylor so egregiously failed to represent their interests.
PUBLIC CITIZEN NEWS RELEASES
- Dec. 14 - As Government Data Show Another Record Monthly U.S. Trade Deficit and Increasing Manufacturing Job Loss in Asheville Region, Rep. Taylor's CAFTA Non-Vote Still in Spotlight
- Aug. 25 - CAFTA Damage Report - On Night of Decade's Biggest Trade Vote, Rep. Charlie Taylor was Missing in Action; Lack of Vote Contributed to CAFTA's Passage
NEWS ARTICLES ON TAYLOR'S BAD CAFTA VOTE
- "The CAFTA Capers," The News-Record (Greensboro, NC), July 30, 2005.
- "For an issue as important as CAFTA, Taylor should have made sure his vote counted," Asheville Citizen-Times, August 2, 2005.
- "Reverberations from CAFTA vote are still being felt on Hill," The Hill, August 3, 2005.
CONTACT REPRESENTATIVE TAYLOR, AND LET HIM KNOW THAT HIS VOTE TO EXTEND NAFTA TO SIX MORE COUNTRIES WILL NOT GO UNNOTICED!
- DC Office: 202-225-6401
- Asheville District Office: 828-251-1988
- Visit Representative Taylor's website
Call and ask to speak with a Trade Legislative Assistant, and tell them that Representative Taylor's bad CAFTA vote is not supported by the citizens of North Carolina's 11th District!