NH-Sen: Elizabeth Warren (D. MA) Wastes No Tme Helping Hassan (D) Get Ready To Defeat Ayotte (R) 

NH-Sen: Elizabeth Warren (D. MA) Wastes No Tme Helping Hassan (D) Get Ready To Defeat Ayotte (R)

Received this e-mail today from U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D. MA):
Last year, you and I worked hard to send Jeanne Shaheen – a terrific former New Hampshire governor – to the United States Senate.

Now we have a chance to double down and do it again.

Democrat Maggie Hassan – the tough, smart, two-term governor of New Hampshire – just announced that she’s running against Republican Kelly Ayotte for the Senate next year.

Maggie will be a great partner for Jeanne and me in the Senate – and put us one seat closer to taking back the Democratic majority in the Senate.

Be one of the first to chip in $5 to Maggie’s campaign – and help us send another Democratic governor from New Hampshire to the Senate to take back the Democratic majority.


As governor, Maggie Hassan froze tuition at state universities and lowered tuition at community colleges. She fought for funding to fix crumbling roads and bridges to help New Hampshire grow its economy. And she passed a bipartisan bill to expand health care access for 50,000 Granite Staters.

In other words, Maggie Hassan shares our priorities and values – and she knows how to win.

That’s probably why the Republicans are terrified by yesterday's announcement. Over the past few months, right-wing groups have spent more than $2 million on attack ads against Maggie just to try to keep her out of the race. Kelly Ayotte has already amassed a $5 million campaign war chest just from the possibility of a tough challenge by Maggie.

But Maggie Hassan’s not afraid of a tough fight, and neither are we.

Please donate now to help Maggie Hassan close the fundraising gap and hit the ground running to win next November. Let’s do our part to go 2 for 2 in New Hampshire and take back the Democratic majority in the Senate.


Thank you for being a part of this,


Click here to donate to Hassan's campaign: