While President Obama has said he's open to having his health care law "tweaked," many voters went to the polls this week because they want to see it completely overturned.
"As soon as Obama came in when he passed the health care, I didn't like it. I was very upset about it," voter Ginney Horvath said.
On Wednesday, the expected new House Majority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, and other Republicans began laying out their plans to derail Obamacare.
"The American people are concerned about the government takeover of health care," he said. "I think it's important to lay the groundwork before we begin to repeal this monstrosity and replace it with common sense reforms that will bring down the cost of health insurance in America."
"They want that repealed. They want that changed in a direction that recognizes patients and families and doctors," Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., said. "We'll see what happens. We're ready to rock and roll."
Boehner says he plans to unveil a system that will allow Americans to stay in touch with members of Congress on issues like health care.