Sunday, November 27, 2005

Washington DC Voters Won’t Forget a Friend

All candidates for higher office best look up and take notice of an important issue which greatly impacts the people of Washington DC. That issue is the right to equal representation in the House of Representatives. It seems to me that virtually everyone in DC supports the idea that the people should be represented in Congress. We are not today.

Someone who has been very supportive of DC citizens right to vote has been the former Vice President Al Gore. Gore was one of three co-sponsors of the New Columbia Admission Act to make DC the 51st state. He understands that it is fundamentally unfair that United States citizens living in our Nation’s Capitol don’t have a vote in Congress. People here in DC won’t forget a friend and will actively support Al Gore for President.


At Monday, November 28, 2005 11:29:00 AM, Blogger NeuvoLiberal said...

Hi Paul,

it'll be great if you can make a post about DC statehood (things like the history, the players, legislative initiatives etc), and crosspost it at our g4g team blog. I've been meaning to learn about the issue for some time.



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