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Longtime Democrat Announces Retirement

via NBC Bay Area
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Longtime Democratic California Rep. Anna Eshoo announced she will not seek re-election in 2024 after serving in the House since 1993.

Eshoo highlighted her bipartisan work and the signing of 66 bills into law by five different presidents during her tenure.

Eshoo expressed gratitude to her constituents and emphasized her commitment to representing their values until the end of her term.

“I’m choosing this beautiful season of thanksgiving to announce that I will not seek re-election, and I do so with a heart filled with unending gratitude to you, my magnificent constituents,” said Eshoo.

“For three decades, you’ve given me your trust, and I’ve given every fiber of my being to live up to the sacred trust in every way possible.”

“Whether it’s been in community centers, city halls, classrooms or companies — you’ve invited me into your lives, your homes and your hearts.”

“And this has enriched my representation of the most distinguished congressional district in our country.”

“Over all the years, my legislation and my votes have reflected the values of my constituents — strengthen our democracy, protect our national security, perfect our union by making it fairer for all and build an economy that lifts up everyone.”

“As my last year in congress approaches, I will continue my work with vigor and unswerving commitment to you,” said Eshoo.

Her decision follows a series of retirements in Congress after a tumultuous year.

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