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Who do you support for U.S. House in Pennsylvania (District 14) in 2010?

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long time McKeesporter

New Castle, PA

#1 Oct 12, 2010
Doyle needs to go. Anyone that supported Obamacare needs to go. He is the one that got Stupak to change his vote and vote for Obamacare.
White Lightning

Mckeesport, PA

#2 Oct 12, 2010
I e-mailed Doyle a few times concerning BO-care &
got no response. He cares nothing for the people or
he would have listened to their concerns. He needs to get his walking papers too.

As much as we need a third party, I believe this is not the year to vote otherwise. I have voted Libertarian before, unfortunately they are just wasted votes. Vote out all the incumbents first,
BO's socialist America is right around the corner if we fail. This year the Rep. are by far the lesser of the two evils.
Titus

Pittsburgh, PA

#3 Oct 12, 2010
Ed is honest and dedicated and has a great understanding of the issues.
Bette

Pittsburgh, PA

#4 Oct 13, 2010
We need to have third party choices, to break the rule of the two party system, and Ed is a candidate who represents a real choice for health care, peace, and economic justice.

“Truth Will Set Us Free”

Since: May 08

Mckeesport

#5 Oct 13, 2010
Doyle is a good man with seniority who is on good committees and brings home the bacon. Please give me a reounding reason to back someone else that is not a shot at Obama, who inherited the worst (BUSH) economy since the great depression and, though he has made some small mistakes, has kept us out of Depression and delivered us from recession. Barack will go down as a great President. Why cut his support in DC any further????
Sandy Hazley

Morgan, PA

#6 Oct 13, 2010
It is time for 3rd party candidates to be heard. Elections are all about money. The Green Party takes no corporate donations. Check out www.edbortzforcongress.org before you go to the polls.
Mel Packer

Pittsburgh, PA

#7 Oct 13, 2010
Ed Bortz is the ONLY candidate who stands with the people against corporate interests. His consistent stand against corporate power and also his activity in support of a ban on the environmentally destructive practice of Marcellus Shale hydrofracking deserves our full support.
Elizabeth

Pittsburgh, PA

#8 Oct 13, 2010
Our public officials must be people with integrity and commitment to the needs of ordinary citizens(not to the demands of those who give the highest campaign contributions.) With a dedication to the values of grassroots democracy and social and economic justice, Ed Bortz is many miles ahead of any other candidate in the race.
Edith Wilson

Pittsburgh, PA

#9 Oct 13, 2010
Ed and I agree on all the issues - environmental concerns, economic justice, ending war, etc. and he owes nobody anything. He's honest and articulate and he has my vote!
edcl

Homestead, PA

#10 Oct 13, 2010
If all the candidates had the same bankroll to get their message across,Ed Bortz would win easily.He represents the interests of working people against the interests of Wall Street crooks and eternal war.
Progress is being made

Belle Vernon, PA

#11 Oct 13, 2010
Mike is a great Representative who knows the district well and fights for it every day he is in Washington. I think Pittsburghers have a good thing going with him in office, as he does represent our needs, beliefs, values, and concerns well in the House.
Robin

Pittsburgh, PA

#12 Oct 13, 2010
I want peace, an end to corporate exploitation, and envromental protection. Only the green party offers that and means it.
Mary D. Riley

Pittsburgh, PA

#13 Oct 13, 2010
Head and shoulders above the others.
Not bought and paid for by corporate or
money from any source but mostly poor folk,
or at the most middle, middle.
Robin

Pittsburgh, PA

#14 Oct 13, 2010
I want healthcare. I want the troops home NOW. I want Ed Bortz in office.
jim sheets

United States

#15 Oct 13, 2010
MELISSA is a breath of fresh air compared to the stale policies of Mike Doyle. I live in Dravosburg pa. I am so excited that we have a tea party candidate running against a liberal Democrat like Mike Doyle. Melissa will be a strong voice for the people, something we have not had in a long time.IF you think im kidding take a look at Mckeesport IT a real sight to see.And what has Congressman Doyle done for Mckeesport?. So if you want higher taxes, go ahead and vote for Mike Doyle, If you want more of your freedoms and rights taken away from you go ahead and vote for Congressman doyle.If you want more of Mike Doyle policies that havent worked in the past ,please go ahead and vote for Congressman Doyle. IF you want to work till your 70 to collect social security Mr Doyle really need your vote. Melissa Haluszczak will bring a new voice to Washington a voice that represents YOU. Melissa will read the bills before voting on them. Melissa supports audit the federal reserve which really need to be done. wouldnt you like to know how Washington spend your hard earned money?.If you dont care how washing spend your money please vote for Mike Doyle because he does not care how he spend your money with all the programs that he is supporting. Somebody has to pay for bailouts of companies, Obama care, and having the goverment running your life. That someone is you and your children that are going to have to pay for this mess tha Congressman Doyle supports. Melissa Haluszczak can win this election on Nov 2, 2010.But it all starts with you. A vote for Melissa is not a wasted vote. It a vote for the people to bring common sense back to goverment, A vote to follow the constitution something that is not be done in Washington. Wont you join with me in supporting a real leader in Washington Someone who is going to go to work for you to restrain goverment from the people.That person is Melissa Haluszczak, your right choice this election day.
steeler311

Monroeville, PA

#16 Oct 13, 2010
It's time to end the two party monopoly that represent the monied interests more then the far majority of Americans.
Neil

Mount Juliet, TN

#17 Oct 13, 2010
It should be evident by now that the two-party system has failed us as Americans. Corporations have bought them out. They may have had their place in the past, but a third party revolution is not a bad thing, especially if qualified candidates are stepping into those vacancies. Such is the case with Ed Bortz. Bortz is honest, fearless, and no one owns him. Ed is the kind of legislator who can bring new ideas and break the ineffective and inefficient partisan bickering in Washington. He has my support.
Bill Slabe

AOL

#18 Oct 14, 2010
We defitnitely need a third party in this country...Ed is the man for the job!!!!
Robert Gray

Coraopolis, PA

#19 Oct 14, 2010
Obamacare... Need I say more??
Preston

Pittsburgh, PA

#20 Oct 14, 2010
Continues to bring money and projects back to this region

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