Received this e-mail from U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D. MA):
Rooting out corruption and making Washington work for working people starts with protecting our House majority this November.
Republicans have proved over and over again that they’ll continue to put corporations and special interests above all else.
That’s why it’s so important we defeat them in November and flip even more Republican-held seats. We’re not just playing defense — we’re going on offense.
So today I’m asking if you can take part in the fight and split a contribution between six fantastic Democratic women running to defeat Republicans: Celeste Williams, Tricia Zunker, Kara Eastman, Candace Valenzuela, Gina Ortiz Jones, and Christy Smith.
Celeste Williams (AR-3) knows that no one should go broke because they get sick, that all people deserve access to a world class education, and that workers in America should be treated with dignity.
As an Associate Justice of the Ho-Chunk Supreme Court, President of the Wausau School Board, a professor, and a lawyer, Tricia Zunker (WI-7 special) has the vision and courage Wisconsinites deserve during this time of crisis.
We need Kara Eastman (NE-2) in Congress to join the fight on health care, tackling student debt, and taking on corporate power. She’ll represent Nebraskans with the passion and effectiveness that she's already shown as a social worker, a nonprofit leader, and as a champion for change.
As an educator and former school board leader, Candace Valenzuela (TX-24) knows first hand the struggles that working families face. I know she’ll be an unwavering force in Congress who will fight tirelessly for them both at home and in Washington.
Gina Ortiz Jones (TX-23) will be a champion for working families in Congress. She’ll stand up to corporate special interests and fight for quality, affordable health care, a fair and compassionate immigration system, and an economy that works for everyone.
By swearing to never take a dime from a corporate PAC or D.C. lobbyist, Christy Smith (CA-25) will fight for her constituents, to lower the cost of prescription drugs, make health care more affordable, provide American workers paid sick leave, and ensure the needs of families come first.
All six of these women need our support to win Republican-held seats and help make sure we protect our majority. That’s the only way we’ll make sure Washington starts working for working people.
Thanks for being a part of this,