3. No -- punish the creep/politician, not the public
Sure he was "voted" in by probably about 20% of eligible voters in the district. But the solution is to put money in the hands of organized opposition, rather than to oppose otherwise good legislation (or sufficiently good legislation) to punish the politician
I remember being disgusted by then-Secretary Albright in the much more extreme case of her comments that if the Iraqi people didn't like the (genocidal) sanctions being applied to Iraq before the oil-for-food program, they should throw Saddam Hussein out.