Democratic Socialist congressional candidate says $ 15 minimum wage is ‘obsolete’: ‘$ 30 is the word’

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A Democratic Socialist candidate for Congress in Washington state proposes a minimum wage of $ 30, saying the current pressure for a minimum wage of $ 15 is an “outdated requirement.”

Rebecca Parson, who is running for Congress in Washington’s 6th District, tweeted on April 21 that the minimum wage should be raised to $ 30.

“$ 15 minimum wage is an outdated requirement. It should be $ 30 an hour,” Parson tweeted.

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Rebecca Parson, who is running for Congress in Washington's 6th District, tweeted on April 21 that the minimum wage should be raised to $ 30.

Rebecca Parson, who is running for Congress in Washington’s 6th District, tweeted on April 21 that the minimum wage should be raised to $ 30.
(Twitter / Rebecca Parson)

Parson added that “$ 30 is the word,” urging people to reflect on why they “strike down poor people” while praying for “Saint Elon.”

“1 adult supporting 1 child needs $ 30 an hour across the country. Rural, urban, suburban: $ 30 is the word. While praying your nightly prayers for Saint Elon while you fall asleep tonight, so reflect on why you are cracking down on the poor instead of up to your heavenly billionaire, “she added.

“No one should be poor in the richest country on Earth,” she added.

Parson joined the Democratic Socialists of America after Democratic New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won his bid to become a member of the US House of Representatives.

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Parson lost Washington’s non-partisan primary to the 6th Congress District seat in 2020, gaining a share of only 13.5% of the total vote, equivalent to 35,631 votes.

Rep. By comparison, Derek Klimer, D-Wash., Won the primary by receiving a total turnout of 47.3%, equivalent to 125,019 votes. He went on to win the general election.

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