Mike Doyle

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Mike Doyle is a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives, representing the 14th district of Pennsylvania.

Voted against cutting funding for ACORN

In September 2009, following the lead of their Senate colleagues, the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to cut off funds to ACORN. the vote was 345-75. All of the 75 were Democrats, and included Mike Doyle. [1]

PARA event

Jean Friday, Mike Doyle

Congressman Doyle spoke to a Pennsylvania Alliance for Retired Americans Medicare Birthday Party in Pittsburgh 7/31/12. He was welcomed by PARA president Jean Friday.[2]

ARA endorsement, 2012

The Alliance for Retired Americans endorsed Mike Doyle in 2012.[3]

PDA contact

In 2013 Progressive Democrats of America assigned activists to deliver their material to almost every US Congressman and several Senators. Robert Beattie, was assigned as contact for Rep. Doyle. In June it was Daniel Schlegel.[4][5]

JStreet endorsement

The socialist infiltrated, anti-Israel "two state solution" JStreet PAC endorsed Mike Doyle in his 2014 Congressional race. [6]

JStreet endorsed him again 2016.

Doyle is a strong supporter of J Street's mission.[7]

Praising CAIR

“I applaud the Council for continuing the great tradition of bringing together community leaders, scholars, and activists to celebrate CAIR’s work of defending civil liberties. The Council’s work in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and across the nation has indeed had a significant positive impact.” - Rep. Mike Doyle (D-Pa.) (August 2014). [8]

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