© 2020 Technology Marketing Corporation. Rep. Eshoo claimed she accepts (PAC) money 'for campaign signs and stamps'. The contrasting tale of two candidates was stark; apparent were the lack of accomplishments and the out-of-touch nature of the failed 28-year incumbency of Rep. Eshoo. SARATOGA, Calif., Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Progressive candidate for the United States Congress CA-18, Rishi Kumar recently debated with Rep. Eshoo. On healthcare, I identified the ‘elephant in the room.’ Rep. Eshoo chairs the House Health Subcommittee, is the #1 recipient of Pharma money ($1.8M) in the U.S. House of Representatives, and has sponsored legislation to increase our healthcare costs. Kumar is serving his second term on the Saratoga City Council and serves as an executive board member for the California Democratic Party. I pointed out Rep. Eshoo's failures with Cambridge Analytica and Facebook's misuse of people's data - with Facebook located in our Congressional district. … On healthcare, I identified the 'elephant in the room.' This project has already failed! Eshoo. On transportation, Rep. Eshoo discussed bringing the high-speed rail to Silicon Valley. I discussed a new vision - the '21 minutes, 21 counties' plan to address the valley's challenges with housing, traffic, and homelessness while expanding our economy. View original content to download multimedia:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/debate-outcome-progressive-democrat-rishi-kumar-and-representative-anna-eshoo-d-ca-18-301149690.html. We have refuted the many endorsements of Rep. Eshoo, especially her A-rating from End Citizens United. Tech is one of the core reasons I'm running: I'm tired of career politicians who don't understand Silicon Valley's innovation economy. The contrasting tale of two candidates was stark; apparent were the lack of accomplishments and the out-of-touch ature of the failed 28-year incumbency of Rep. Eshoo. Tech is one of the core reasons I’m running: I’m tired of career politicians who don’t understand Silicon Valley’s innovation economy. “The debate was the culmination of 20 months of our grassroots campaign of a thousand volunteers, over 50 town hall meetings, over 100,000 doors, and a million phone calls, discussing … View original content to download multimedia: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/debate-outcome-progressive-democrat-rishi-kumar-and-representative-anna-eshoo-d-ca-18-301149690.html. Currently a hi-tech executive, councilmember of Saratoga, CA, and executive board member of the California Democratic Party (AD28), Rishi is the only Democrat in this race who has pledged to reject PAC money and Special Interest … I discussed a new vision - the '21 minutes, 21 counties' plan to address the valley's challenges with housing, traffic, and homelessness while expanding our economy. I articulated a clear plan, which includes forest management and fighting the climate crisis. SOURCE Rishi Kumar for Congress 2020. On the raging California wildfires, Rep. Eshoo said that California's fire plan has not been updated for 100 years. *Rishi Kumar, a progressive capitalist, is running for U.S Congress from Silicon Valley CA-18 challenging Rep. Anna Eshoo in the March 3rd, 2020 open top-2 primary election. Debate outcome: Progressive Democrat Rishi Kumar and Representative Anna Eshoo (D-CA-18) 0. All rights reserved | Privacy Policy, "Democrat versus Democrat Debate outcome: Progressive Rishi Kumar and Representative Anna Eshoo ", http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/debate-outcome-progressive-democrat-rishi-kumar-and-representative-anna-eshoo-d-ca-18-301149690.html, How to compete with Cisco, Avaya in Enterprises - Part 2, Making VoIP Secure, Efficient and Seamless Across Enterprise and Service Provider Networks, Transforming the Network Edge in the Cable Hub, With ultra-broadband, deliver the right to compete, Phone.com Transforms Small Businesses Using VoIP and the Cloud, Changing the User Experience with HD Voice, eBook: The Power of Emotion in Customer Service, eBook: The Innovator's Guide to the Digital-First Contact Center, Checklist: Power of Emotion. On transportation, Rep. Eshoo discussed bringing the high-speed rail to Silicon Valley. On healthcare, I identified the 'elephant in the room.' "The debate was the culmination of 20 months of our grassroots campaign of a thousand volunteers, over 50 town hall meetings, over 100,000 doors, and a million phone calls, discussing Silicon Valley's challenges. This project has already failed! SARATOGA, Calif., Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Progressive candidate for the United States Congress CA-18, Rishi Kumar recently debated with Rep. Eshoo. I believe Stanford should consider rescinding its endorsement of Rep. Eshoo, and reconsider her challenger Rishi Kumar — a progressive who rejects PAC money— in November’s election. SARATOGA, Calif., Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Progressive candidate for the United States Congress CA-18, Rishi Kumar recently debated with Rep. Eshoo. $785,700 is a lot of money for signs and stamps! I pointed out Rep. Eshoo's failures with Cambridge Analytica and Facebook's misuse of people's data - with Facebook located in our Congressional district. WASHINGTON, D.C. — Democrat Rishi Kumar is attempting to replace Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, in November. Seemingly, she's made no strides to address this life-threatening challenge. Rep. Eshoo claimed she accepts (PAC) money 'for campaign signs and stamps'. Tech is one of the core reasons I'm running: I'm tired of career politicians who don't understand Silicon Valley's innovation economy. Rishi Kumar for U.S Congress, CA-18 SARATOGA, Calif., Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Progressive candidate for the United States Congress CA-18, Rishi Kumar recently debated with Rep. Eshoo. Connect with the definitive source for global and local news, http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/debate-outcome-progressive-democrat-rishi-kumar-and-representative-anna-eshoo-d-ca-18-301149690.html. I articulated a clear plan, which includes forest management and fighting the climate crisis. As a valley hi-tech executive, I have the perspective of what it takes for Silicon Valley’s economy to prosper in a post-Covid-19 world. America is ready for a new leadership.". Currently a hi-tech executive, councilmember of Saratoga, CA, and executive board member of the California Democratic Party (AD28), Rishi is the only Democrat in this race who has pledged to reject PAC money and Special … Rep. Eshoo claimed she accepts (PAC) money ‘for campaign signs and stamps’. Seemingly, she’s made no strides to address this life-threatening challenge. The contrasting tale of two candidates was stark; apparent were the lack of accomplishments and the out-of-touch nature of the failed 28-year incumbency of Rep. Eshoo. These press releases may also interest you. $785,700 is a lot of money for signs and stamps! Rishi Kumar, a progressive capitalist, is running for U.S Congress from Silicon Valley CA-18 challenging Rep. Anna Eshoo in the November 3rd, 2020 general elections. Read Eshoo’s responses here. On transportation, Rep. Eshoo discussed bringing the high-speed rail to Silicon Valley. I bring a result-driven outcome to challenge the Washington status quo and divisive partisan politics. "The debate was the culmination of 20 months of our grassroots campaign of a thousand volunteers, over 50 town hall meetings, over 100,000 doors, and a million phone calls, discussing Silicon Valley's challenges. My run seeks to bring ethical integrity into politics. Sign up to receive our updates and other TMCnet news! Kumar and Eshoo recently were given the opportunity to answer the same 10 questions from San José Spotlight. I bring a result-driven outcome to challenge the Washington status quo and divisive partisan politics. We have refuted the many endorsements of Rep. Eshoo, especially her A-rating from End Citizens United. As a valley hi-tech executive, I have the perspective of what it takes for Silicon Valley's economy to prosper in a post-Covid-19 world. I articulated a clear plan, which includes forest management and fighting the climate crisis. SARATOGA, Calif., Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Progressive candidate for the United States Congress CA-18, Rishi Kumar recently debated with Rep. *Rishi Kumar, a progressive capitalist, a hi-tech executive, councilmember of Saratoga, CA, and executive board member of the California Democratic Party (AD28), is the only Democrat in this race who has pledged to reject PAC money and Special Interest Group campaign money. We have refuted the many endorsements of Rep. Eshoo, especially her A-rating from End Citizens United. As a valley hi-tech executive, I have the perspective of what it takes for Silicon Valley's economy to prosper in a post-Covid-19 world. *Rishi Kumar, a progressive capitalist, a hi-tech executive, councilmember of Saratoga, CA, and executive board member of the California Democratic Party (AD28), is the only Democrat in this race who has pledged to reject PAC money and Special Interest Group campaign money. $785,700 is a lot of money for signs and stamps! On the raging California wildfires, Rep. Eshoo said that California's fire plan has not been updated for 100 years. Press release content from PR Newswire. * Rishi Kumar, a progressive capitalist, is running for U.S Congress from Silicon Valley CA-18 challenging Rep. Anna Eshoo in the March 3rd, 2020 open top-2 primary election. My run seeks to bring ethical integrity into politics. Rep. Eshoo chairs the House Health Subcommittee, is the #1 recipient of Pharma money ($1.8M) in the U.S. House of Representatives, and has sponsored legislation to increase our healthcare costs. On the raging California wildfires, Rep. Eshoo said that California’s fire plan has not been updated for 100 years. Rep. Eshoo chairs the House Health Subcommittee, is the #1 recipient of Pharma money ($1.8M) in the U.S. House of Representatives, and has sponsored legislation to increase our healthcare costs.