Dan Koh for Congress 2017-09-11T15:52:43+00:00

I’m exploring a run for Congress because I believe deeply in the power of the American Dream – and that dream is under attack.



The division in this country – and in politics – has never been worse, and it's time for us to come together to celebrate an America true to our values.



An America where everyone has a chance at economic security – not just those at the top.



An America where women’s equality is celebrated every single day – without exception.



An America where all immigrants – and all Americans – can live the American Dream, and give their children better lives than they had.



If my great-grandparents tried to immigrate to the United States today from their home country of Syria (now Lebanon), they would have been stopped at the border.



Instead, they came to Lawrence, over one hundred years ago – and although they didn’t have much, they worked hard, invested in their community, and gave a better life to my grandfather. He went on to serve in the US military and build a medical practice – Arrigg Eye & Ear Associates – that still serves patients in the Merrimack Valley today, with my mom, Dr. Claudia Arrigg, and her two brothers. My father’s parents immigrated from Korea and represent a similar American success story.



Their hard work, and the backing of our community in Andover, provided me with an incredibly supportive childhood – one that helped me overcome the challenges of ADHD and inspired me to public service.



I’ll spend the coming months visiting all 37 cities and towns in the Massachusetts' Third Congressional District, hearing directly from you about how we move forward, together. I couldn’t be more excited to meet you and to humbly explore the chance to be your Congressman.



I come from city government, where we put aside partisan politics to get things done — because they are the right things to do. It’s time to send a new generation to DC with fresh ideas, energy, and an unrelenting belief in the American Dream.



Let's Go.



I’m exploring a run for Congress because I believe deeply in the power of the American Dream – and that dream is under attack.



The division in this country – and in politics – has never been worse, and it's time for us to come together to celebrate an America true to our values.



An America where everyone has a chance at economic security – not just those at the top.



An America where women’s equality is celebrated every single day – without exception.



An America where all immigrants – and all Americans – can live the American Dream, and give their children better lives than they had.



If my great-grandparents tried to immigrate to the United States today from their home country of Syria (now Lebanon), they would have been stopped at the border.



Instead, they came to Lawrence, over one hundred years ago – and although they didn’t have much, they worked hard, invested in their community, and gave a better life to my grandfather. He went on to serve in the US military and build a medical practice – Arrigg Eye & Ear Associates – that still serves patients in the Merrimack Valley today, with my mom, Dr. Claudia Arrigg, and her two brothers. My father’s parents immigrated from Korea and represent a similar American success story.



Their hard work, and the backing of our community in Andover, provided me with an incredibly supportive childhood – one that helped me overcome the challenges of ADHD and inspired me to public service.



I’ll spend the coming months visiting all 37 cities and towns in the Massachusetts' Third Congressional District, hearing directly from you about how we move forward, together. I couldn’t be more excited to meet you and to humbly explore the chance to be your Congressman.



I come from city government, where we put aside partisan politics to get things done — because they are the right things to do. It’s time to send a new generation to DC with fresh ideas, energy, and an unrelenting belief in the American Dream.



Let's Go.



I’m exploring a run for Congress because I believe deeply in the power of the American Dream – and that dream is under attack.



The division in this country – and in politics – has never been worse, and it's time for us to come together to celebrate an America true to our values.



An America where everyone has a chance at economic security – not just those at the top.



An America where women’s equality is celebrated every single day – without exception.



An America where all immigrants – and all Americans – can live the American Dream, and give their children better lives than they had.



If my great-grandparents tried to immigrate to the United States today from their home country of Syria (now Lebanon), they would have been stopped at the border.



Instead, they came to Lawrence, over one hundred years ago – and although they didn’t have much, they worked hard, invested in their community, and gave a better life to my grandfather. He went on to serve in the US military and build a medical practice – Arrigg Eye & Ear Associates – that still serves patients in the Merrimack Valley today, with my mom, Dr. Claudia Arrigg, and her two brothers. My father’s parents immigrated from Korea and represent a similar American success story.



Their hard work, and the backing of our community in Andover, provided me with an incredibly supportive childhood – one that helped me overcome the challenges of ADHD and inspired me to public service.



I’ll spend the coming months visiting all 37 cities and towns in the Massachusetts' Third Congressional District, hearing directly from you about how we move forward, together. I couldn’t be more excited to meet you and to humbly explore the chance to be your Congressman.



I come from city government, where we put aside partisan politics to get things done — because they are the right things to do. It’s time to send a new generation to DC with fresh ideas, energy, and an unrelenting belief in the American Dream.



Let's Go.



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