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Navraj Singh Congress 2010 immigrated to America

My name is Navraj Singh. I immigrated to America from India 35 years ago with just $7 in my pocket and the American Dream in my heart. I have made a wonderful life for myself and my family and wish the same for every American. But the dream is fading for American families. Middle class America is finding it increasingly hard to make ends meet because government is taking away our earnings, our freedoms, and our dignity.

I am compelled to run for Congress because I want to keep alive the American dream for future generations.

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