Received this e-mail from former presidential candidate, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D. MA):
Election Day is exactly seven weeks from today.
People are already mailing in their ballots right now.
So it's time to pour everything we can into this fight.
Today, I'm endorsing ten more Warren Democrats who are ready to fight for bold reforms and put people first:
Adrian Perkins (Louisiana)
Abby Broyles (Oklahoma)
Marquita Bradshaw (Tennessee)
U.S. House of Representatives
Hiral Tipirneni (Arizona 6th)
Nikema Williams (Georgia 5th)
Donna Imam (Texas 31st)
Amy Kennedy (New Jersey 2nd)
T'wina Nobles (Washington State Senate)
· Vanna Howard (Massachusetts State House)
Adam Gomez (Massachusetts State Senate)
They're counting on grassroots donors to power their campaigns — so let's fight by their side.
Together, we can win the White House, take back the Senate, expand our House majority, and flip state houses across the country — by electing Democrats who know that we need big, structural change.
We can show the powerful special interests that they won't always get to run the show in Washington.
We can make our country work for everyone, not just for a thin slice at the top.
But it's only possible if we fight shoulder to shoulder and get organized at the grassroots level. Then, seven weeks from tomorrow, we'll be able to look back and know that we did everything we could to turn the page on this dark chapter in our nation's history.
So if you're in a place where it makes sense for you, please set up a weekly automatic contribution for the home stretch of this election, and help elect leaders who will put power in the hands of working people.
Thanks for being a part of this,
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