A good place to start is the recent vote in the House of Representatives to curtail NSA surveillance -- the Amash Conyers Amendment, advanced shortly after the Snowden revelations. Below is the voting record of Illinois representatives . . . together with the Twitter addresses of those reps.
VOTED AGAINST the amendment to limit NSA spying (or not voting)
2nd District - Robin Kelly: @RepRobinKelly
3rd District - Dan Lipinski: @RepLipinski
4th District - Luis Gutierrez: @LuisGutierrez
5th District - Mike Quigley: @RepMikeQuigley
6th District - Peter Roskam: @PeterRoskam
8th District - Tammy Duckworth: @RepDuckworth
9th District - Jan Schakowsky: @janschakowsky
10th District - Brad Schneider: @RepSchneider
11th District - Bill Foster: @RepBillFoster
12th District - Bill Enyart: @RepBillEnyart
15th District - John Shimkus: @RepShimkus
16th District - Adam Kinzinger: @repkinzinger
17th District - Cheri Bustos: NOT ON TWITTER!
18th District - Aaron Schock: @repaaronschock
VOTED IN FAVOR of the amendment to limit NSA spying
1st District - Bobby Rush: @RepBobbyRush
7th District - Danny Davis: NOT ON TWITTER!
13th District - Rodney L. Davis @RodneyDavis
14th District - Randy Hultgren: @RandyHultgren
(See vote roll call.)
It's important to point out how close that vote was: 205 to 217. Those "no" votes hurt!
It's not clear if the House will take the issue of surveillance up again any time soon. Perhaps we need to let our representatives know that we want to see action on this in 2014. Before November . . . .
I'm sure I'll have more to say on this subject after attending the CCDBR surveillance conference -- NO PLACE TO HIDE: THE RISE OF THE SURVEILLANCE STATE AND ITS THREAT TO THE BILL OF RIGHTS -- on October 19.
(See The Surveillance Issue: The Fulcrum of the 2014 Election?)
(See Election 2014: The Moment of Truth for the US Antiwar Movement?)
WAR RESISTER - 2
Looks Strong -7
Question Mark - 4
Looks Weak - 3
WAR HAWK - 2