Local residents gathered at Congresswoman Claudia Tenney's New Hartford and Binghamton offices on Friday to turn in her grades for the first semester of her time in Congress.

The concerned citizens say they're evaluating Tenney's performance so far and are finding it unsatisfactory.

They're giving her an "F" on healthcare, the economy and accessibility.

They say their message to the Congresswoman is clear: If she doesn't shape up, she'll flunk out in her Freshman year.

Members of the groups Indivisible Mohawk Valley and Indivisible Binghamton took part in today's protests.

Congress is currently on a month-long recess.