In an opinion column for the Mercury News, Zoe Lofgren writes that on the eve of the November elections, United States technology leaders should be asking what Congress has done for innovation and the tech sector. From Lofgren’s perspective, the answer is a whole lot of talk, not enough action. Lofgren argues that stronger congressional leadership and action are needed to help spur innovation, and this necessity could not be clearer. A panel at the National Academics declared itself “deeply concerned” that our scientific and technical building blocks of economic leadership are eroding, which will affect the future prosperity of the United States. While there seems to be widespread agreement on the necessity for action, instead we have heard a lot of talk, and have seen a host of technology policies remain stalled…