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He served four tours in the Iraq War and then went on to earn his master's degrees in business and public administration in a dual program at Harvard University.
He entered politics in 2014, running for Massachusetts's 6th congressional district. Tierney in the Democratic primary and then defeated former Republican State Senator Richard Tisei in the general election.
And it's not something to brag about." The Globe reported that "his voice choked with emotion" as he added: "The greatest honor of my life was to lead these men in my platoon, even though it was a war that I and they disagreed with." In 2008, General David Petraeus requested Moulton's assignment to work as a special liaison with tribal leaders in Southern Iraq during his fourth tour of duty in Iraq. And are you telling me that's the best America can do? Don't tell me that, don't tell the Marines who fought for a month in Najaf that, don't tell the marines who are still fighting every day in Fallujah that that's the best America can do... Moulton was also prominently featured in the Academy Award-nominated 2007 documentary No End in Sight. Moulton had considered running against Democratic Representative John F.
We are teaming up to fight fraud in Maine and we hope you will stop in at the People’s United Bank at 467 Congress Street in Portland.In 2003, Moulton co-hosted a television program with his Iraqi interpreter, Mohammed Harba, called "Moulton and Mohammed," during which they discussed regional conditions in the period following the U. the fundraising—it's just too much to accomplish in three months." Had he run and been elected, he would have caucused with the Democrats.He told Roll Call that his own polling "showed there was in fact a clear path to victory" and said he might run for office in the future.We implemented new programming in many communities in an effort to connect more directly with our members.We expanded our Age-Friendly Community Network to 30 communities across Maine and we continue to boast more age-friendly communities than any other state in the nation! — In a statement this week, AARP Executive Vice President Nancy Lea Mond announced AARP’s opposition to the House plan that would make changes to our current health care system, such as shortening the life of Medicare, hiking costs for those who can least afford higher insurance premiums, risking seniors’ ability to live independently, and giving tax breaks to big drug companies and health insurance companies: “AARP opposes this legislation, as introduced, that would weaken Medicare, leaving the door open to a …
He's running on freshness and dynamism." The Boston Globe editorial board wrote: "Moulton and Tierney share nearly identical political views, but Moulton's background, and his approach to discussing the issues, suggests an openness to new perspectives." Tierney's campaign claimed in campaign advertisements that Moulton received campaign contributions from a New Hampshire political action committee that previously donated only to Republicans, implying that Moulton must hold conservative views. In October 2014, he withdrew from a debate sponsored by radio station WGBH because of a series of New York fundraisers, where he welcomed Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.