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My story? For many years, I've been fighting in Congress in defense of the American Dream - the expectation that by working together, all Americans have a chance to make a better life for themselves and their families through hard work and a fair deal in the workplace. Sadly, Republican policies over the last generation have put all this under threat - Social Security, Medicare, Education and a host of other programs that are part of the very fabric of America have been under constant attack by the right-wing and it's only through the efforts of concerned, patriotic Americans like you that we can hope to stem the tide.
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