View Congress Member / SenatorName: Kendra Horn
Position: House (OK, 5)
Staffer: Bailey Perkins
Address: 415 Cannon House Office Building
Number of Contacts: 7 ( or 0% in support)
Cosponsor in 116th: No
Message and Talking Points
Ericka Jones writes on 5/17/2019 at 11:41AM:
On May 17th, Ms. Perkins responded to Ms. Jones email:
I have this bill on my list of issues to run by Rep. Horn. I will let you know if she has any questions.
Ericka Jones writes on 5/15/2019 at 4:59PM:
E. Jones called Rep. Horn's D.C. office and was told that neither Bailey Perkins no Victoria Bautista were available but staffer could take a message. E. Jones followed up with an email.
ED SANDOVAL writes on 4/29/2019 at 11:59PM:
I followed up again, this time with an email to Victoria Bautista. I reminded her of our conversation in Congresswoman Horn's office on April 11. I also reminded her that my friend Thompson is trying to stay out of a nursing home, and urged her to convince Representative Horn to sign on to DIA.
ED SANDOVAL writes on 4/16/2019 at 10:50PM:
My name is Ed Sandoval. I followed up with an email to Bailey Perkins on 4-16-19. I reminded her about my friend and Horn's constituent Thompson Williams. I cc'd Thompson, and asked him to follow up with an email of his own.
Jacqueline Mitchell writes on 4/11/2019 at 11:31PM:
We spoke to Congresswoman Horn's Legislative Aide, Victoria. We had one of her constituents who used HCBS to talk about the lack of services and how in his town his options are nursing homes or moving out of state away from family. We were assured that the Congresswoman is concerned about quality and equal healthcare services. We also learned that Oklahoma???s IDD Counsil had reached out to their district office a day before. We plan to follow up in a week.
Sophie Poost writes on 3/19/2019 at 2:29PM:
S. Poost called the office and was given the contact information for Bailey Perkins (updated c4ci). She then sent the following email to Bailey Perkins:
My name is Sophie Poost and I???m a member of the national disability rights group, ADAPT. I am writing to inquire about the Congresswoman???s stance on the Disability Integration Act (HR.555), a bi-partisan, bi-cameral civil rights bill that was introduced on January 15th by Representative Jim Sensenbrenner and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. The Disability Integration Act or DIA would ensure that elderly and disabled Americans had the right to choose where and how they live and not be forced into institutions.
We feel this bill is especially pertinent in March, during Women???s History Month, as the components of this bill directly address issues that disproportionately impact women. As women tend to live longer than men, they are more likely to acquire a disability in their later years. Furthermore, women more often fill attendant and voluntary/informal caregiver roles a topic that is directly addressed in this legislation.
We would really like to see Representative Hill on this legislation both because of her past work dedicated to the advancement of women leaders and also as a woman in leadership now. I???ve attached a document with some basic information on the bill. I hope you will look it over and Congresswoman Horn will consider cosponsorship. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to me or if you want to sign the Representative on to the legislation please reach out to Amy Bos in Representative Sensenbrenner???s office to be added to the bill.
Thank you for your time,
Kathryn Carroll writes on 12/28/2018 at 12:32PM:
On 12/28/18 K. Carroll emailed Rep-elect's campaign email to ask for cosponsorship of DIA and attendance at January 15th.