Senator, I appreciate everything you’re doing and have done, as well as how vocal you are.
On behalf of people who are, due to our pre-existing conditions or ongoing serious illness, would you be willing to help show people how to support those of us the ACA most affects?
For example, I know calling is the most effective way to protest. However as I recover from cancer, there have been days I slept through, weeks where I have been unaware what day it is, months where I waa just lucky to get through the day.
It’s often dismaying to later learn there was a day I should have called but was incapacitated. Besides proxy callers, what are the next most effective means? Do faxed letters matter? Do mailed ones? How else can we consistently make our voices heard when we are unable to call?