A rally will be held Thursday in Albany to protest the Republican-backed effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, organizers of the event said.

The demonstration will be held in West Capitol Park in Albany at 11 a.m.

The rally will be held as Gov. Andrew Cuomo is marshaling an effort with the state Democratic Committee to unseat Republican House members from New York who voted for the GOP-led health care legislation known as the American Health Care Act, including Reps. John Faso and Chris Collins.

“Constituents and concerned community members pleaded with Republican members of Congress to vote against Trump Care, but they ignored our voices and voted against our health,” said Karen Scharff, the executive director of Citizen Action of New York. “As the Senate secretly prepares their version of the health care bill, we’re organizing an all out mobilization of community members, leaders, and organizations united to protect the lives of millions who would lose coverage if this were ever to be signed into law.”

The event comes as Republicans in the U.S. Senate are crafting their own version of the health care bill largely behind closed doors. The Senate version is expected to differ from the House-approved bill and Senate leaders want a vote on it before the July 4 holiday.

It also comes days after Democrats lost a high-profile and costly special election in a Georgia House district.

Organizers of Thursday’s rally include a range of groups such as the politically influential union 1199, Citizen Action, Autism Speaks, the New York State Nurses Association and others.