Last updated on April 9, 2020
Received this e-mail from Dr. Al Gross (I. AK) on behalf of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee:
I'm running for the U.S. Senate in a race that could topple Mitch McConnell's majority, and I'm humbly asking for your support.
America is facing a global pandemic and you don't need to be a doctor like me to see that President Trump and his allies, like my opponent Dan Sullivan (R), are incapable of handling this crisis.
It's never been more crucial that we have leaders in the U.S. Senate who believe in science, who understand health care, and who can bring about critical reforms to keep our families healthy and safe.
Throughout my career, I've treated patients in crisis and seen firsthand how many families struggle to access the care they need. It's why I decided to run for Senate.
If elected, I'll use the knowledge and experience I've gained while working in health care to fix our broken system — but I need your help to win. Will you chip in $60 to help me flip Alaska's Republican-held Senate seat? Your donation will be split between my campaign and the DSCC to make sure we defeat McConnell's majority >>
Folks, I'm trained to operate off of data and facts, and the data clearly shows we can flip this Senate seat and remove Mitch McConnell from power.
We've already shocked the political world by outraising our Republican opponent last year, and we've seen incredible headlines like this one:
We have a clear path to victory, but we can only win if grassroots Democrats like you step up to help us run a top-notch campaign. We're up against Mitch McConnell's huge political machine and my opponent's $4 million warchest. So I'm asking:
Thank you, and stay safe.
Dr. Al Gross
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