President Barack Obama this weekend said he will let the U.S. congress decide on whether to attack Syria after an alleged chemical weapons attack by Syrian President Bashar Assad that is reported to have killed more than 1,400 people and violated international rules of war.
"I know that the country will be stronger if we take this course, and our actions will be even more effective," he said.
So as Congressional committees grill Secretary of State John Kerry and Congress prepares to vote on whether or not to strike Syria, how do you think your Congressman, Rep. Rob Andrews (D-1), should vote?
Andrews has said he's undecided on a course of action and still has questions about what Assad has done.
"If there is not proof beyond a reasonable doubt that he is responsible for this, then there should not be a strike," Andrews told Newsworks.org. Now is the time to tell Andrews where you stand. Should he vote in favor of the Syria attack? Vote in our poll above and let us know in the comments. Henry Powderly contributed to this article.