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I like Senator Tim Kaine (D. VA) and I'm glad he's lending a helping hand to both Michelle Nunn (D. GA) and Natalie Tennant's (D. WV) U.S. Senate campaigns:
It's time for a new generation of leadership in Washington – people who will move past the same old partisan fights and ensure Congress works for everyday Americans again.

The U.S. Senate didn't always operate this way, and with your help, it doesn't have to continue.

In critical U.S. Senate races in Georgia and West Virginia, we have up-and-coming candidates – Michelle Nunn and Natalie Tennant – who embody exactly the kind of change that our country needs. But they face tough fights against well-funded opponents, and they need our help.

Will you pitch in to help Michelle and Natalie get their message out?

   The latest polls give Michelle Nunn a slight lead over her likely Republican opponent. She's the CEO of the largest volunteer-service organization in the country, and knows what it takes to make things happen. Her father was a United States Senator for 24 years, and she's shown the same dedication to public service.
   Natalie Tennant's race in West Virginia is also one of very few that will determine our majority in the Senate – and right-wing groups have already begun pouring money into the state to take control of retiring Senator Jay Rockefeller's seat. Fortunately, Natalie is a trailblazer who doesn't back down from a fight. She's West Virginia's Secretary of State, a small business owner, and just the kind of problem solver we need in the Senate.

It's up to us to make sure Michelle and Natalie can bring their experience to Congress. Please pitch in whatever you can to help Natalie and Michelle win.

Thanks so much for your support,

Tim Kaine

Click here if you'd like to donate to Nunn and Tennant's campaigns:

Originally posted to pdc on Mon Mar 31, 2014 at 04:00 PM PDT.

Also republished by Kos Georgia and The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party.

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