KS, ME, IA & TX-Sen: EMILY's List Wants To Replace These 4 GOP Seats With 4 Pro-Choice Democrats

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Received this e-mail today from EMILY’s List:

Barbara Bollier. Sara Gideon. Theresa Greenfield. MJ Hegar.

Democrats need to pick up four Senate seats in November, and these are the four women who can do it.

Donate $3 to help all four women win Senate seats in November and flip the Senate.

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Barbara Bollier is a medical doctor who's passionate about protecting abortion access and expanding rural hospitals throughout Kansas. One of her potential opponents is extremist Republican Kris Kobach, and Barbara tied with him in a recent poll.

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Sara Gideon is a lifelong Mainer who has served her community in the Maine state Legislature and always fights for women and families. She's running against Susan Collins — and is ahead in a recent poll by four points!

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Theresa Greenfield is a true Iowan. A Des Moines small business owner, she's running against Joni Ernst, one of the least popular senators in the country (behind only Susan Collins and Mitch McConnell). And Ernst's approval rating dropped double digits in the last year. Theresa can replace her.

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MJ Hegar is a three-tour Army veteran, a recipient of the Purple Heart and Distinguished Flying Cross with Valor, a mother, and a lifelong Texan. MJ is running against incumbent Republican John Cornyn, who has voted to defund Planned Parenthood, repeal the Affordable Care Act, and against strengthening equal pay protections and ensuring women are fairly compensated for their work. Texas has never elected a Democratic woman to the Senate before. MJ could be the first and we know she can win.

Donate $3 to help Barbara, Sara, Theresa, and MJ flip the Senate:

https://secure.emilyslist.org/Elect-EMILYs-List-Women-To-The-Senate

Thanks,

Karen Defilippi,
Vice President of Federal and Gubernatorial Campaigns, EMILY's List

Click here to donate Bollier, Gideon, Greenfield and Hegar’s campaigns.