Click here to donate to Grimes, Nunn and Tennant's campaigns:Can you imagine a day when Mitch McConnell is no longer the GOP's guardian of gridlock in the Senate, blocking bill after bill to help hardworking families -- from ensuring equal pay for equal work to lowering student loan rates and raising the minimum wage?
I can.That’s because we have a fantastic candidate in Kentucky -- Alison Lundergan Grimes -- who despite all the special interest money being spent to attack her, is still neck and neck in the polls. Alison has a tremendous chance to win a crucial Senate seat and send Mitch McConnell packing this November.
Can you imagine a day when Georgia turns blue once more -- and is represented in the Senate by a Democratic woman for the first time since 1922?
I can.That’s the day we elect Michelle Nunn to the U.S. Senate, a truly inspiring leader who has dedicated her life to empowering communities in Georgia and across the country.
And can you imagine a day when West Virginia sends its first-ever female senator to Washington?
I can.That’s what we’ll get by electing Natalie Tennant, a trailblazing Secretary of State in West Virginia, and a fantastic candidate to replace my colleague Jay Rockefeller.
The fact is, we have to do more than just imagine these victories -- we have to make them happen!
And that’s why I’m asking you to contribute $50, $75, or more to Alison Lundergan Grimes, Michelle Nunn, and Natalie Tennant right now.
After all, our right-wing opponents and their deep-pocketed allies know that the road to the Senate majority runs through Kentucky, Georgia, and West Virginia, and that’s why they are going to spend millions of dollars attacking Alison, Michelle, and Natalie.
These three strong women need the resources to fight back -- and that is where we come in. Can I count on you?
We can’t let the special interests defeat Alison, Michelle, and Natalie, and win back the Senate majority in the process.
Imagine what these three big Democratic victories would look like -- and then contribute $50, $75, or more to make them happen.
Thank you so much for your support.
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