Rep. Eshoo first ran for Congress in 1988, and a lot has happened since then. Congresswoman Eshoo hasn’t challenged the sacred cows like she said she would in 1988, but has sold out to the Washington system.
Why Rishi deserves a keen look
Here (<— click) are some key differences between Congresswoman Eshoo and Rishi Kumar’s candidacy; please read and arrive at your own conclusions why someone like I deserve your consideration in the November election. For far too long, voters of our congressional district have not paid attention to the wrong doings and the gross violation of trust. We need independent thinking leaders — not ones who are herd mentality driven, or ones who play partisan politics in Washington instead of solving real problems.
Here is Rishi's story
In 2014, when I was running for Saratoga city council, a question was asked at the October candidate’s forum. “Is Saratoga’s tree ordinance perfect. Yes or No?” There were 5 candidates running and I was the only one who answered a simple NO. That is why we won that election…just kidding.
But there is independence, prudence and common sense with how I operate as an elected leader, and we bring the “getting things done” persona from the world of tech. My motivation in public service is to solve the big challenges — as that is personally very fulfilling to me. And I can handle a kitchen sink thrown at me, no issues at all.
Rep Eshoo is out of touch with Tech.
Under Rep. Eshoo’s watch, Cambridge Analytica and Facebook harnessed private citizen data illegally for nefarious purposes. Facebook is in our congressional district, and Silicon Valley voters deserve a representative who understands when to step in to protect the people from a misaligned tech mission.