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Michael Moshe Starkman (R)

Michael Moshe Starkman

Office Sought: U.S. House, Maryland District 4
Age: 28
Residence: Aspen Hill.
Education: MA, education, George Washington University.
Occupation: Senior team leader, Intersoft Corp.; teacher, Bnai Shalom of Olney.
Web site: http://www.starkmanforcongress.com
E-mail address: moshe@jeffsteinforcongress.com

Elected offices/civic activities:

Vice president, technology, Montgomery County Young Republicans; executive director, Torah Youth Association; past youth director, National Conference of Synagogue Youth; past community coordinator, founder, Beth Joshua Congregation.

Why should voters elect you?

"I am committed to advocate for the American worker and will serve as an exemplary member of Congress. It is time for fresh leadership."

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?

"The most urgent problem facing District 4 is the economy. Wages are decreasing, the non-government job market is stagnant, and the failure to enforce laws regarding legal employment is hurting District 4's hard-working families. It is important to promote policies that will encourage economic growth, wage preservation, U.S. job retention and ensure upward mobility for America's workers."

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