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It’s hard to believe, but the road to a Democratic Majority in the House might run from El Cerrito through... Montana! Kim Gillan, born and raised in El Cerrito, is the Democratic candidate for Congress in Montana. She's fighting for the middle class.  And she needs our help. 


 

Early voting begins Oct. 8.  Vote by mail deadline is October 30.  And you can register to vote up until Oct. 22.  Make sure your vote counts.  Learn more: http://www.cocovote.us/

 

We've Got You Covered! What a great day for the health care of all Americans.

On Sunday, May 6, 2012 the Contra Costa Times endorsed my re-election bid. They wrote:  "[W]e endorse Rep. George Miller, D-Martinez, the region's most effective congressional representative."  Thank you for your support.

On Sunday, May 6, 2012 the Contra Costa Times endorsed my re-election bid. They wrote:  "[W]e endorse Rep. George Miller, D-Martinez, the region's most effective congressional representative."  Thank you for your support.

Please join me and my special guest, Congressman Barney Frank, on May 5 in Walnut Creek.  See details on my homepage.


 

I support the DISCLOSE Act to begin to curb the influence of super-sized secret money in our elections that the Bush Supreme Court unleashed. The Act requires: (Read more.)

 

Mitt Romney – with his 15 percent tax rate, offshore tax havens, and history of outsourcing jobs -- is a perfect fit … for Republicans in Congress. Read more.

Good jobs number released this number -- 200,000 jobs created in December, unemployment rate dips to 8.5 percent from 8.6 percent last month, and last year the economy created 1.64 million jobs overall.  These are all encouraging signs.  But we need to keep moving forward without delay.  The economy is still very fragile and too many people are still out of work. (Read more.)

I was proud to join steelworkersand company executives at USS-POSCO plant in Pittsburg, CA yesterday to call on House GOP leaders to pass a bill to clamp downon China's manipulation of its currency, a practice that costs us jobs.  The Contra Costa Times was there.

http://www.contracostatimes.com/news/ci_19284846

 

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