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Michael Andrew Monroe (R)
Age: 25
Residence: Northwest Washington.
Education: BA, electronic journalism, James Madison University.
Occupation: Marketing director, Chef Geoff's Restaurants; president, Mikemon International.
Office Sought: D.C. Delegate to the House of Representatives 

       

Extra-curricular activities:
Member, All Saints Church; member, D.C. Republican Committee; member, Gonzaga Eagle Club; member, St. Andrew's Society; elected class representative, James Madison University.

Why should voters elect you?
"Elect Monroe to do something, not to be something. Send your native son to Congress. We can be that shining city on the hill."

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?
"We spend too much time on the problems and not enough on the solutions. The solution is replacing Norton with a forward-looking Republican congressman who will work with the Republican majority to pass legislation to bring the District into mainstream America. Do you really like having to defend living in D.C.? There is much work to be done. Vote Monroe for a better way of life. I'll be a proactive legislator working to get us our voting rights, lower taxes to increase small-business growth, increase education and job opportunities and create programs to stop the violence."
Web site: www.VoteMonroe.com
Email address: mm1@votemonroe.com



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