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9,642 votes translated into 3.01 percent of the vote on Tuesday. It was a far fewer count of votes than we worked for but significant for many reasons.
On matters of policy, we can do better. This blog posting is fifth in a five-part series of policy comparisons between Mr. Moran and me. Please read them all.
If you are a federal worker, Mr. Moran has been unable to secure the most important part of your personal economy –your job. We can do better.
Our neighbors need an advocate for comprehensive immigration who has a personal understanding of this issue. I have that understanding and during my first term we will do better.
Financial regulation is not easy work. It takes a commitment to get “into the weeds” of the issues and make nonpartisan decisions about important legislation. I will work.
Most of the political air is being consumed by the Presidential race but the most important debates may not be on national TV.
Today's blog posting is an opportunity to share answers to some of the more frequently asked questions of our campaign.
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