Gloria Negrete McLeod on Education


Invest upstream in kids and get tremendous benefits later

One early childhood approach in fostering long-term success for young people, involves upstream investment; concentrating on individuals who have not committed a criminal offense to identify effective programs that moderate these factors before an individual commits a crime. Upstream investment increases the likelihood of young people going to college and creates opportunities in earning higher lifetime incomes.

Another approach is early intervention programs that engage children throughout their learning experience and childhood development. Early childhood interventions yield a tremendous benefit to individuals, children and families. Targeting at risk children and families aids, early childhood intervention reduce crime, substance abuse, child abuse and may help improve educational, health outcomes, and income.

Source: 2012 House campaign website, negretemcleod.com , Nov 6, 2012

Sponsored 10/10 Loan Forgiveness: cancel college loans after 10 years.

McLeod co-sponsored Student Loan Fairness Act

Congressional Summary:Student Loan Fairness Act:

Opponent's argument against bill: (Blog post on voices.yahoo.com, "Why I'm Against the Student Loan Fairness Act"): The two key points to this bill are:

  1. The 10-10 plan: Where an individual would be required to make ten years of payments at 10% of their discretionary income, after which their remaining federal student loan debt would be forgiven.
  2. Cap federal interest rates at 3.4% and allowing existing borrowers whose educational loan debt exceeds their income to convert their private loan debt into federal Direct Loans.
    Source: H.R.1330 13-H1330 on Mar 21, 2013

    2012 Governor, House and Senate candidates on Education: Gloria Negrete McLeod on other issues:
    CA Gubernatorial:
    Antonio Villaraigosa
    Eric Garcetti
    Hilda Solis
    Jerry Brown
    Jerry Sanders
    Neel Kashkari
    CA Senatorial:
    Barbara Boxer
    Dianne Feinstein

    Left 113th Congress, 2013-2014:
    AL-1: Jo Bonner(R,resigned)
    FL-13:Bill Young(R,deceased)
    FL-19:Trey Radel(R,arrested)
    IL-2: Jesse L. Jackson(D,convicted)
    LA-5: Rodney Alexander(R,resigned)
    MA-5: Ed Markey(D,elected)
    MO-8: Jo Ann Emerson(R,resigned)
    NC-12:Mel Watt(D,appointed)
    NJ-1: Rob Andrews(D,investigated)
    SC-1: Tim Scott(R,appointed)

    Newly-elected special elections 2013-2014:
    AL-1: Bradley Byrne(R)
    FL-13:David Jolly(R)
    FL-19:Curt Clawson(R)
    IL-2: Robin Kelly(D)
    LA-5: Vance McAllister(R)
    MA-5: Katherine Clark(D)
    MO-8: Jason Smith(R)
    NC-12: Pending Jul.15
    NJ-1: Pending Nov.4
    SC-1: Mark Sanford(R)
    Won primary 2014:
    GA-11:Barry Loudermilk(R)
    MA-6 :Richard Tisei(R)
    TX-4: John Ratcliffe(R)
    VA-7: Dave Brat(R)

    AL-6 :Gary Palmer(R)
    AR-4 :Bruce Westerman(R)
    CA-11:Mark DeSaulnier(R)
    CA-33:Ted Lieu(D)
    CA-35:Norma Torres(D)
    CA-45:Mimi Walters(R)
    CO-4 :Ken Buck(R)
    GA-1 :Buddy Carter(R)
    GA-10:Jody Hice(R)
    IA-1 :Pat Murphy(D)
    MI-4 :John Moolenaar(R)
    MI-12:Debbie Dingell(D)
    MI-14:Brenda Lawrence(D)
    MN-6 :Tom Emmer(R)
    NC-6 :Mark Walker(R)
    NC-7 :David Rouzer(R)
    NJ-12:Bonnie Watson Coleman(R)
    NY-4 :Kathleen Rice(D)
    OK-5 :Steve Russell(R)
    PA-13:Brendan Boyle(D)
    TX-36:Brian Babin(R)
    UT-4 :Mia Love(R)
    VA-8 :Don Beyer(D)

    Retiring to run for Senate in 2014:
    AR-4: Tom Cotton(R)
    CO-4: Cory Gardner(R)
    GA-1: Jack Kingston(R)
    GA-10:Paul Broun(R)
    GA-11:Phil Gingrey(R)
    HI-1: Colleen Hanabusa(D)
    IA-1: Bruce Braley(D)
    LA-6: Bill Cassidy(R)
    MI-14:Gary Peters(D)
    MT-0: Steve Daines(R)
    OK-5: James Lankford(R)
    TX-36:Steve Stockman(R)
    WV-2: Shelley Moore Capito(R)

    Former Reps running for House in 2014:
    CA-3: Doug Ose(R)
    CA-31:Joe Baca(D)
    HI-1: Charles Djou(R)
    IL-10:Bob Dold(R)
    IL-17:Bobby Schilling(R)
    KS-4: Todd Tiahrt(R)
    MI-4: Peter Konetchy(R)
    MI-14:Hansen Clarke(D)
    MS-4: Gene Taylor(D)
    MT-0: Denny Rehberg(R)
    NH-1: Frank Guinta(R)
    NY-11:Vito Fossella(R)
    NY-18:Nan Hayworth(R)
    OH-7: John Boccieri(D)
    PA-13:Marjorie Margolies(D)
    TX-23:Francisco Canseco(R)
    Lost primary 2014:
    GA-11:Bob Barr(R)
    MA-6: John Tierney(D)
    TX-4: Ralph Hall(R)
    VA-7: Eric Cantor(R)
    MI-11:Kerry Bentivolio(R)

    Retiring to run for State Office in 2014:
    AR-2: Tim Griffin(R)
    CA-35:Gloria McLeod(D)
    ME-2: Mike Michaud(D)
    PA-13:Allyson Schwartz(D)
    VI-0: Donna Christensen(D)

    Retiring effective Jan. 2015:
    AL-6: Spencer Bachus(R)
    AZ-7: Ed Pastor(D)
    CA-11:George Miller(D)
    CA-25:Howard McKeon(R)
    CA-31:Gary Miller(R)
    CA-33:Henry Waxman(D)
    CA-45:John Campbell(R)
    IA-3: Tom Latham(R)
    MI-4: Dave Camp(R)
    MI-6: Tom Petri(R)
    MI-12:John Dingell(D)
    MN-6: Michele Bachmann(R)
    NC-6: Howard Coble(R)
    NC-7: Mike McIntyre(D)
    NJ-3: Jon Runyan(R)
    NJ-12:Rush Holt(D)
    NY-4: Carolyn McCarthy(D)
    NY-21:Bill Owens(D)
    PA-6: Jim Gerlach(R)
    UT-4: Jim Matheson(D)
    VA-8: James Moran(D)
    VA-10:Frank Wolf(R)
    WA-4: Doc Hastings(R)
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