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League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
November 8, 2016 — Elección General de California
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Distrito 18Cámara de Representantes del los Estados UnidosNovember 8, 2016Elección General de California

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November 8, 2016Elección General de California

Cámara de Representantes del los Estados UnidosDistrito 18

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Resultados electorales

  • 100% de distritos activos (580/580).

Sobre este cargo

Representatives are elected to two-year terms to represent the people of a specific congressional district in the federal government. They introduce and vote on new laws, hold hearings, and are responsible for approving federal taxes.
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¿Quién se está postulando?

For this office, only the two candidates who get the most votes in the primary election appear in the general election. This is because of California's "top two" system. In some cases, the two candidates may be from the same political party.
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Demócrata
Miembro del congreso
230,460 votos (71.1%)Winning
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  • Expandir nuestra economía y los empleos para la clase media
  • Seguridad nacional
  • Inversión nacional en salud, educación y seguridad ambiental del pueblo estadounidense
Profesión:Miembro del Congreso
Supervisor, Junta de Supervisores del Condado de San Mateo — Cargo elegido (19821992)
Canada College Asociado en, Inglés (1977)
  • The Sierra Club
  • California Teachers Association
  • California Democratic Party
1.
Drought

The Federal Government plays a part in California water allocation and use through a variety of laws.  What, if any, legislation would you support in an effort to handle water shortages caused by the current and any future drought?

Respuesta de Anna G. Eshoo:

I do not support any legislation that allows for the huge transfer of water from the delta to the central Valley of California.

We must capture, save and store run-of water. 

2.
Immigration

Should immigration laws be changed?  What changes would you support?  Please explain why.

Respuesta de Anna G. Eshoo:

I support comprehensive immigration reform that would establish a path to citizenship for undocumented persons. 

I also support reforming many of the laws that govern our visa sysem.

3.
National Security

What, if anything, does the U.S. need to do in order to address national security and terrorism? Please explain your answer in detail.

Respuesta de Anna G. Eshoo:

Appropriate investments in our national intelligence agencies.

Closer ties with allies to share solid intelligence.

Consistent efforts to build strong partnerships in the Middle East and around the world.

 

4.
Partisan Political Climate

The political climate in Washington, D.C. has been extremely partisan in recent years. In that kind of atmosphere, what would you do to get things done while in office?

Respuesta de Anna G. Eshoo:

I always seek bipartisan partners to sponsor my legislation, recognizing that every issue is not a partisan one.

 

Dinero total recaudado: $1,377,858

A continuación, le presentamos los mayores contribuyentes que dieron dinero para apoyar al (a los) candidato(s).

1
Intuit
$32,525
2
Gilead Sciences
$24,700
3
Facebook
$18,100
3
Google
$18,100
4
Cisco Systems
$17,400

Por estado:

California 52.38%
District of Columbia 21.39%
Virginia 6.33%
Maryland 3.15%
Other 16.75%
52.38%21.39%16.75%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (97.95%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (2.05%)
97.95%

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (49.58%)
De individuos (50.42%)
49.58%50.42%
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Comisión Federal Electoral de MapLight.
Republicana
Médico, abogado
93,470 votos (28.9%)
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  • Arreglar el cuidado de la salud, incluso Obamacare, Medicare, MediCal, VA, y los planes médicos privados, para proporcionar una atención de calidad y asequible para todos a través de los mercados privados.
  • Solucionar la economía estancada recortando el gasto y los préstamos para crear así oportunidades y prosperidad a través de empleos significativos y dignos en el sector privado.
  • Promover la integración, la urbanidad, el respeto y la dignidad para todos los estadounidenses, independientemente de su etnia, raza, sexo, orientación, credo, edad o ingresos
Profesión:Médico, abogado, desarrollador del mercado médico en línea

My undergraduate degree was in Economics (with honors) in 1968. I earned my M.D. degree at the University of Minnesota in 1972 and then did a three year residency there in Pediatrics. I then did a fellowship in Pediatric Lung Disease at the Webb-Waring Lung Institute at the University of Colorado. I was an Assistant Professor there until 1982 when I accepted a faculty position at Harvard Medical School and the Boston Children’s Hospital. In 1986 I left Harvard to go back to Minneapolis to start an Intensive Care Unit and Lung Disease program at the Children’s Hospital there. In 1989 I came to San Jose, California, in Silicon Valley, which was the 11th largest city in the U.S. and the only one of the 50 largest cities in the U.S. with no Children’s Hospital. I was able to start a children’s ICU and lung disease program there in a large private hospital while I worked to develop a Children’s Hospital in San Jose. We started a foundation to pursue that goal and many good people worked toward it. Sadly, we never managed to reach that goal and the 2008 economic crash made fundraising too difficult to keep that foundation going.

In 2005, as I saw health care becoming more and more regulated and the pervasive influence of regulations and politics on healthcare, I decided to go back to school, to law school at Santa Clara University. There I learned how law really works and met many great people, professors and fellow students. It was a lot of fun. Fortunately, they had a night school program and I was able to keep up with my medical practice too. I got my J.D. degree at SCU in 2008.

My current interest is working with some of my Silicon Valley friends on a website where consumers can shop for doctors, dentists, surgical procedures, even veterinary care. Sort of like Amazon for health care. I predict that the health plans that we have now will be obsolete in 10-15 years, replaced by internet-based plans and systems that will provide more choices with lower prices and better quality. These markets and plans will serve everyone, whether they get their coverage through their employer, Medicare, MediCal, or veteran’s benefits.

 

So, with all this, why am I running for Congress? The answer is that, without fiscal reform at the federal level, the health care system is going to crash, along with the rest of the economy. Running for Congress gives me a platform to talk about these problems. However, since Democrats outnumber Republicans two to one in this congressional district, I think I am going to keep working on my website too. Thanks for your time, interest, and support.

Dinero total recaudado: $24,346

A continuación, le presentamos los mayores contribuyentes que dieron dinero para apoyar al (a los) candidato(s).

1
Stanford University
$2,700
2
Macabee Gopher Trap
$300

Por estado:

California 76.48%
Minnesota 23.52%
76.48%23.52%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (94.29%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (5.71%)
94.29%

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (0.00%)
De individuos (100.00%)
100.00%
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Comisión Federal Electoral de MapLight.

Dr. Fox’s Priorities:

1.         Fix Healthcare: Low-Deductible Private Healthcare For All Through Private Markets 

2.         Fix The Economy: End Crony Socialism/Capitalism, Cap Spending & Debt, Cut Taxes & Regulations To Grow The Economy, Opportunity, Good Jobs, Dignity, & Hope For Millennials, Young Families 

3.         Promote Inclusiveness, Civility, & Respect: America Is For All Americans, All Ages, All Incomes, All Races, All Ethnicities, All Faiths, All Genders, All Orientations

4.         Stop Domestic Violence

Federal spending and borrowing are way too high, like a morbidly obese patient that cannot stop eating. The debt and the borrowing are stagnating our economy and it will crash sooner or later, probably sooner. It’s time for the feds to get on a diet because it only gets harder the more weight, and debt, that you put on. We had wake-up calls in 2000 and again in 2008 but each time we just doubled down on the spending and borrowing so that no one went hungry and no one lost weight. But, we can’t spend and borrow, or eat, our way to health. And, there won’t be anything left to feed the kids.

It’s the debt that is killing our economy, not immigration or trade deals, those are just scapegoats. When the crash comes, it’s not going to do any good to blame immigrants or the Chinese.  That will just be an excuse to duck the real problem, our own overspending.  Angry fingerpointing at immigrants or the Chinese won’t fix the problem.  

It’s time to start that diet before it is too late. I know what I am talking about because, as a physician, I have treated the morbidly obese in the ICU, and it usually ends badly.  In fact, where a healthy Body Mass Index is 20 to 25, mortality rates approximately double for every 5 points BMI goes above 25. So, if it goes above 40, which is morbidly obese, mortality goes way up. That is where our spending and borrowing are. Our debt has doubled under Obama and the Democrats have no clue as to how to solve it. More taxes won’t solve the problem because that just leads to more overeating, not to a healthy weight. Just like there is a healthy weight for people, there is a healthy size for government. The one we have now is too obese. Our national debt is nearly the size of our entire economy and projected to skyrocket for as far as the eye can see. The off-the-books debt, mainly entitlements promised but unfunded, are much worse. Everyone knows that this can’t go on forever, and it won’t. There will be a much worse crash. The alternative is to get started on that diet.

The good news is that, as the weight comes off, the patient gets a lot healthier. The economy will pick up for everyone except the big spenders in government. We will have something to leave for our kids besides a broken-down, debt-ridden government like some we see if we look around.

 

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