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Patsy Allen (Green)
Age: 46
Residence: Towson.
Education: Bachelor of engineering sciences, environmental engineering, Johns Hopkins University.
Occupation: General permits specialist, Maryland Department of the Environment.
Office Sought: U.S. House -- Maryland District 3 


Extra-curricular activities:
Board member, Cromwell Valley Community Supported Agriculture; member, Baltimore County Greens; life member, Sierra Club.

Why should voters elect you?
"The Green values of social justice, nonviolence, environmental wisdom and grass-roots democracy will benefit all Americans and restore people's trust and participation in their government."

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?
"The most urgent problem in my district is a lack of fiscal responsibility and accountability on the part of our leaders. The administration has gotten us into serious deficit spending while neglecting major social obligations but plans to continue its current program of war in Iraq, tax breaks for our wealthiest citizens and insufficient funding for basic services. The No Child Left Behind Act has increased requirements for public schools without adding funding; more working Americans are without health care for themselves and their families; and more families are relying upon food banks to supplement their resources."
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