(KCEN) -- We have an update to the damage left behind by Hurricane Sandy.
More than 100 people walked through ravaged areas of Staten Island today demanding more relief aid.
As they walked past boarded up homes they challenged elected officials to walk a mile in their shoes.
They say they have been forgotten.
They called on Congress to pass the Full Relief Bill for Hurricane Sandy victims and they blasted President Barack Obama for not doing more to help them.
One protestor says, "Yet here we stand, victims of sandy, 75 days later, still waiting. We are suffering. Families are homeless, people are without jobs and struggling. It is a dereliction of duty."
Another protestor Scott McGrath says, "You walked down here and made promises to us. You shook our hand. You talked to me face to face and said you're going to cut the red tape. Where the heck is the red tape being cut?"
The House is expected to vote on relief aid early next week.