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KY-Sen: Sen. Jon Tester (D. MT) Helps Amy McGrath (D) Give Moscow Mitch The Boot

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Received this e-mail today from U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D. MT) in support of Amy McGrath’s (D. KY) U.S. Senate campaign:

Amy McGrath (D. KY)

Did you see the latest poll?

Democratic challenger, Amy McGrath is TIED with Republican Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell.

You know what this means? Kentucky is winnable — and we can send Mitch McConnell packing in 2020.

Rush a split contribution now to help Amy meet her end-of-month goal, capture this momentum, and build a winning campaign against McConnell so Democrats can flip the Senate.

McConnell has done nothing but turn the Senate into a legislative graveyard. He’s put the interests of lobbyists and dark-money groups ahead of the American people. He’s tried to repeal the Affordable Care Act, passed a tax scam that benefitted the ultra-wealthy, and he’s packed our courts with extremist right-wing judges.

Plenty of bills I’ve worked on have gathered enough support from both sides of the aisle to pass — only for McConnell to refuse to call a vote.

He has to go.

Amy served our country in Iraq and Afghanistan and was the first woman to fly in a combat mission for the Marine Corps. So I can tell you — she won’t back down from a tough fight with Mitch McConnell.

Ready to beat McConnell and take back the Senate? Rush a split contribution now to make sure Amy has the resources she needs to win this competitive race.

Time to take back the Senate.


Click here to donate to McGrath’s campaign.

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