Playing some more catch up here. Received two e-mails in support of Theresa Greenfield’s (D. IA) U.S. Senate campaign. The first one from U.S. Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D. IL):
Taking back the Senate in 2020 is one of the most important things we can do to begin making progress for the American people and undoing the damage done by President Trump.
And a new candidate in Iowa is ready to help us flip the Senate. TheresaGreenfield announced her campaign for U.S. Senate this week, starting a movement that will help us reclaim a Democratic majority.
As Iowa’s next U.S. Senator, Theresa Greenfield will fight for tax breaks for working people, not big corporations and the wealthy few. She will work to invest in education, provide support for our small businesses, and defend the right to affordable health care for every American.
And with a Democratic President and Senate in 2020, we can finally put a stop to the Trump Administration’s corruption and cruelty and work toward real solutions to our nation’s problems.
The second one from EMILY’s List in support of Greenfield’s campaign:
We're so excited about our new red-to-blue Senate endorsement: Theresa Greenfield (IA).
A farm kid with farm values, we know Theresa will work hard for Iowans because she's worked hard her whole life. And she'll be much better for Iowa women and families than her opponent, anti-choice Republican Joni Ernst.
We put Joni Ernst “On Notice” because she voted to repeal Obamacare, against equal pay protections, to defund Planned Parenthood, and to put Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court.
Donate $3 to help pro-choice Democratic women like TheresaGreenfield defeat On Notice Senate Republicans and reach our $100,000 Flip the Senate Fund goal:
Vice President of Research, EMILY's List
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