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Judy M. Feder (D)

Judy M. Feder

Office Sought: U.S. House, District 10
Age: 59
Residence: McLean.
Education: BA, politics, Brandeis University; PhD, government, Harvard University.
Occupation: Professor and dean, Georgetown University Public Policy Institute.
Web site: http://www.judyfeder.com
E-mail address: judy@judyfeder.com

Elected offices/civic activities:

Past principal deputy assistant secretary, Department of Health and Human Services; member, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Public Administration; senior adviser, Kaiser Family Foundation Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured; past chair and

Why should voters elect you?

"I'm a mother, professor and health-care expert who's fed up with Congress rubber-stamping George Bush. I will bring change and accountability to Congress."

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

"We need change and accountability in Washington. President Bush and Rep. Wolf sent troops into Iraq without an exit strategy and without adequate body armor, put HMO and drug company profits ahead of getting Americans the health care they need, have given tax breaks to big oil companies gouging us at the pump and have allowed out-of-control growth to clog our roads with traffic. If we don't hold them accountable on Nov. 7, no one else will. The only way to change Washington is to change the people you send there."

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