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Eshoo focuses on woes of poor, middle class

Original post made on Nov 30, 2011

Washington's lackluster efforts to represent the interests of America's poor and middle class was the focus of Congresswoman Anna Eshoo's telephone town hall meeting last week.

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Posted by Joel Weddington MD
a resident of another community
on Nov 30, 2011 at 1:06 pm

Dear Anna,

As a healthcare advocate, medical doctor, and core member of the Mid-Peninsula American Dream Council (a local MoveOn organization), we support you as one of our leaders who is working for the public interest, and aligned with our goals of rebuilding the American Dream. You can help the people you represent by letting us know how we can help you.

Our Legislative Affairs Team is meeting with your staff member Christine tomorrow, and we will work together to help our community and America. In the future, we hope to work directly with you in our meetings, to help you implement the programs you support. We have many members. Locally we just started in August and have several hundred. Nationally, we have 5 million. We look forward to building momentum.


Joel Weddington, MD,