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The U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 4th congressional district, serving since 2005.
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ENG: Gwendolynne Sophia Moore (born April 18, 1951) is the U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 4th congressional district, serving since 2005. She is a member of the Democratic Party. The district is based in Milwaukee and also includes South Milwaukee, Cudahy and St. Francis, and part of West Allis. She is the first woman to represent the district. She is also the second woman and the first African-American elected to Congress from Wisconsin. Early life, education and career Moore was born in Racine, Wisconsin, but has spent most of her life in Milwaukee. She is the eighth of nine children; her father was a factory worker and her mother a public school teacher. Moore attended North Division High School and served as student council president. She later attended Marquette ...
for31against   In my opinion Gwen Moore is quite good and reliable politician. He / she has my support!, positive
for4against   I am vehimently opposed to Gwen Moore. She uses her position to advance her own interests and not her constituents., Bobby
for1against   Rep Moore advocated for members of her own family on the house floor rather than those who elected her. Then missed the debt ceiling vote. Embarrassing and irresponsible!, Conservative
for1against   I can't support a woman who believes an abortion is better than even the PROSPECT of raising a child in poverty and having to feed them Ramen Noodles and mayonnaise sandwiches., Against
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Gwen Moore...Representative of the People!


I wrote Representative Moore a letter over a year and a half ago asking if her office could help me with an issue I was having with the IRS. With a deadline looming, I ended up have to hire an attorney which I really couldn't afford, to resolve the issue. The attorney said that Rep. Moore's office could have easily intervened and helped me. I'm still waiting for a response from Rep Moore. A year and a half later.


The Wisconsin Labor Movement One Year Later


We recognized the one-year anniversary of the beginning of the massive protests across Wisconsin against Scott Walker's wayward collective bargaining agreement. 2011 was the year of labor. During this past year we saw Wisconsinites bring -- what we called during the Civil Rights Movement -- the "street heat" to Madison to protest Governor Scott Walker and his efforts to ram through legislation that cut state employee benefits and stripped unions of their collective bargaining rights. The rallies in Madison against the governor's attack on collective bargaining began during those brisk days ...


Congresswomen see Israel, Palestin. in the eyes of J Street


The U.S. congresswomen get off the bus and stand in the chilly shadows of the Kalandiya crossing point between the West Bank and Jerusalem. It’s late morning, well past the rush hour when thousands of Palestinians congregate here, and only a few dozen Palestinians stand in line. To cross, the Palestinians go through a series of metal turnstiles and wait with their documents until they are called, one by one, to approach the Israeli soldiers sitting behind bullet-proof barriers. One Palestinian man strikes up a conversation. “I have American citizenship but I am not allowed to ...


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WOMENSENEWS--As the midterm election heads into its final weeks, advocates for women's financial security are girding up for another round of battles over Social Security and Medicare, the age-old safety net programs upon which women disproportionately depend.The Washington-based National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare launched a national initiative Oct. 9 to create grassroots support for ending the gender gap in retirement benefits to decrease the nearly 11 percent poverty rate among senior women, which is 50 percent higher than that of male retirees.Called "Eleanor's Hope"--in honor of first lady Eleanor Roosevelt who championed passage of the Social Security Act in 1935--the initiative proposes sweeping changes to modernize the system to reflect women's contributions as breadwinners as well as family caregivers."Women have a lot at stake in November's election and beyond," said Max Richtman, president of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medi
President Obama fires up Milwaukee crowd for Mary Burke
MILWAUKEE — With exactly one week until Election Day, President Barack Obama campaigned in Milwaukee with Mary Burke on Tuesday evening.The president visited North Division High School, a school located in a predominantly African-American ward that gave him 99 percent of the vote in 2012. The crowd, estimated at 3,547 by the Milwaukee fire inspector, filled the school's field house, occasionally erupting into cheers of "Mary!" and "Obama.""This is ground zero," said Avis Wright, a Milwaukee resident, of the school and its surrounding community.She and Teresa Brewer said Burke embraced the president's support in the nick of time. Tuesday's visit was Obama's third trip to Wisconsin during the course of the gubernatorial race, but the first time the two appeared together in public. They spoke on the phone during his first visit and met privately when he returned.



 
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