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Walt O'Malley (Media) (Democrat)

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Character Name: Walt O'Malley (Media)
Home State: Michigan




Previous Job: Politics (Congressman, Governor, Mayor, or lower rank)
Date of Birth: 09/21/1964
Race / Ethnicity: White
Religion: Catholic
Wealth: Upper Middle Class
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Are you married?: Yes
How many children do you have?: 4




Walt O'Malley was born in Flint, Michigan on September 21, 1964.  Growing up, his dad was an auto worker and his mom a nurse, Walt understood the importance of working class and manufacturing jobs staying in America, earning decent union wages.  This emphasis on working class issues lead him to become a politician, and after a few years in the state senate, he was elected to congress in 1990, where he was a represenative until 2010, when he resigned due to his disagreements with the Obama administration on health care.  

He is pretty far to the left on economic issues, while leaning a tad right on immigration issues.  Pretty much a left-wing Lou Dobbs.  

Hosts "Public Matters" in which he interviews lawmakers and gives his take on the issues facing America.  


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On 5/21/2018 at 11:17 AM, Cardinalfan9 said:

Character Name: Walt O'Malley (Media)
Home State: Michigan

 

 


 


Previous Job: Politics (Congressman, Governor, Mayor, or lower rank)
Date of Birth: 09/21/1964
Race / Ethnicity: White
Religion: Catholic
Wealth: Upper Middle Class
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Are you married?: Yes
How many children do you have?: 4

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Walt O'Malley was born in Flint, Michigan on September 21, 1964.  Growing up, his dad was an auto worker and his mom a nurse, Walt understood the importance of working class and manufacturing jobs staying in America, earning decent union wages.  This emphasis on working class issues lead him to become a politician, and after a few years in the state senate, he was elected to congress in 1990, where he was a represenative until 2010, when he resigned due to his disagreements with the Obama administration on health care.  

 

 

He is pretty far to the left on economic issues, while leaning a tad right on immigration issues.  Pretty much a left-wing Lou Dobbs.  

Hosts "Public Matters" in which he interviews lawmakers and gives his take on the issues facing America.  

 

View full character

 

 

Approved. I will set up the news outlet in the player news area

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