About the Candidate
I'm Dr. Inam for U.S. 8 Congress.
My story of the American Dream: I came as a 20-year-old boy for higher education and success along the course, I married Reba Darlene.
Why am I running?
Because district 8 is ready for change.
The concern about human rights was not addressed by the congressman.
Lives of district 8 are not better off.
As an anesthesiologist, I was trained to diagnose and treat.
I humbly diagnosed that the incumbent is a detriment to the health of district 8.
He stands with wrong people, the wrong crowd, the wrong leader opposite to the wishes and sentiments of district 8 causing anger and division.
I cannot stand idle.
I have to intervene to save the voices of district 8 and amplify their concern.
I was urged by the community to stand up for their rights, to stand up for their family, and to stand up for their voices.
Definitely not to stand with Donald Trump while the chant in the background "next term for Donald Trump!"
I hope you stand with me on March 17th.
I will bring transparency.
I will bring accountability.
And I will provide representation for district 8.
And God bless America.
Why are you running?
I am running because too many voices are ignored and too many promises made that were not kept by the incumbent. There are too many homeless people on our streets and unemployment in certain cities well above the national unemployment level. And unfortunately, the incumbent is supporting efforts that divide humanity rather than unify.
What is your vision for this office?
My vision for this office is one that is inclusive, an office where ALL voices are heard, there is transparency in governance and one that is accountable.
What do you think is the most pressing issue facing your constituents and how do you plan on addressing it?
The most pressing issue in our district is easily that our community members jobs and higher wages. How I plan on addressing it is multi-faceted:
• Giving access to quality and affordable education opens up more opportunities in terms of the kinds of jobs one can get as well as the ability to negotiate higher wages
• In order to entice businesses to various areas of our district, we need to upgrade our infrastructure from better roads, upgraded transportation, as well as provide business incentives to attract prospects to our district. Will provide the jobs our district desperately needs.
• $17/hr minimum wage is absolutely needed in our district. Many other cities in our nation are already there. We can achieve that goal too.