Representative Theodore 'Ted' Elliot Deutch's Public Statements

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Full Name: Theodore 'Ted' Elliot Deutch
Current Office: U.S. House - District 21, Democratic
First Elected: 04/13/2010
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 21
General Nov. 4, 2014
Primary Aug. 26, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Jill; 3 Children: Gabrielle, Serena, Cole
Birth Date: 05/07/1966
Birth Place: Bethlehem, PA
Home City: Boca Raton, FL
Religion: Jewish
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Deutch: Republican Budget Privatizes Medicare, Endangers Seniors Issue Position: Economic Recovery Issue Position: Social Security and Medicare Issue Position: Seniors and Retirees Issue Position: Healthcare Issue Position: Seniors and Retirees Issue Position: Seniors and Retirees 8/14/14 Letter to Michael Grochowski, Commissioner of Region 4 of Regional Public Affairs Office - Regarding West Palm Beach Field Office Closure 7/16/14 Letter to Michael W. Grochowski, Region 4 Commissioner SSA - Long Wait Times in West Palm Beach 6/20/14 Letter to Carolyn Colvin, Commissioner of Social Security Administration - Reconsideration of SSA Decisions 2/21/14 Rep. Ted Deutch: President's Rejection of Chained-CPI is a Victory for Florida Seniors 10/12/13 Letter to Administrator Tavenner, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services - Protect Medicare Open Enrollment During Shutdown 7/29/13 Letter to Representative Harold Rogers, Representative Jack Kingston, Representative Nita Lowey, and Representative Rosa DeLauro - Meals on Wheels 5/16/13 Deutch, Buchanan, Welch Introduce Seniors Fraud Prevention Act 4/19/13 Deutch Asks President Obama to Reconsider Chained CPI Cuts to Social Security and Veterans' Benefits 2/15/13 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security 2/14/13 Rep. Ted Deutch, Senator Mark Begich Introduce the Protecting and Preserving Social Security Act 12/13/12 Letter to President Obama - Medicare Eligibility 9/11/12 Child and Elderly Missing Alert Program 6/28/12 Deutch Hails Constitutionality of Health Care Reform, Highlights How Law is Helping Floridians 11/14/11 Deutch Calls for Hearings into Proposed Cut to Social Security Cost of Living Adjustments 10/13/11 Letter to Members of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction 7/25/11 Letter to Democratic Leader Pelosi 7/21/11 Letter to Barack H. Obama, President of the United States - Cuts to Social Security Revenue 7/15/11 Letter to Barack H. Obama, President of the United States - Protect Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security 6/24/11 Letter to Colleague 6/16/11 Letter to John Boehner, Speaker of the US House of Representatives - Prescription Drug Costs 6/01/11 Debt Resolution 4/06/11 Schakowsky, Democrats, Advocates Highlight Impact of 2012 GOP Budget on Seniors 3/30/11 Deutch Makes Case Against Social Security Cuts in Budget Committee Testimony 3/10/11 Basically, What You Have Done On the Bill Is It Says: Effective On the Date of the Act There Are Rescinded 3/10/11 Deutch Leads House Democratic Effort to Preserve Mortgage Help for Struggling Retirees 1/28/11 Hastings Joins Reps. Deutch, Frank, Carnahan, Pingree and Critz in Reintroduction of Preserving Our Promise to Seniors Act 12/17/10 Deutch: Tax Bill Last Shot at Helping People in Need 12/16/10 We Can Do Better 12/15/10 Letter to Speaker Pelosi, Leader Hoyer, and Chairman Levin 12/14/10 Miami Herald - GOP Makes a Cash Grab 12/08/10 Letter to Colleague 12/02/10 Stop the Political Posturing 10/15/10 Letter To Barack Obama, President of The United States - Social Security 10/12/10 Seniors' Cost of Living Adjustments Would Increase Under Deutch Proposal 7/30/10 Rep. Deutch Releases Bold New Social Security Legislation 7/20/10 Protecting Social Security 5/26/10 Seniors Task Force 5/25/10 Restoring Financial Security 1/01/14 Issue Position: Health Care and Medicare 1/01/14 Issue Position: Social Security 1/01/12 Issue Position: Seniors 1/01/12 Issue Position: Social Security & Medicare 1/01/12 Issue Position: Health Care and Medicare