Vote Count for House Health Care Vote as of Friday Afternoon
If the Dems get all 11 Toss-Up votes, they would have to get 4 of the leaning no or probable no votes to pass the legislation. From Hannity.com. If you live in the district of any of the Congressmen from Probable Yes to Probably No, you still have until possibly this next Friday to contact them. The earlier that you contact them, the better. If you are a Democrat or have voted in Democrat primaries, you should let them know that fact when you call. Potentially losing a Democrat vote will make a bigger difference to them.
UPDATE: The Vote Count From this morning. Warning: I am pretty sure that Bishop (NY) is leaning "Yes."