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MT-Sen: Sen. Maggie Hassan (D. NH) Helps Steve Bullock (D) Take Down A Trump Enabling GOPer

Received this e-mail today from U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan (D. NH) in support of Governor Steve Bullock’s (D. MT) U.S. Senate campaign:

Steve Bullock (D. MT)

Touching base on Governor Steve Bullock’s Senate campaign in Montana:

The good news is that the Washington Post says Bullock’s campaign would “increase Democrats’ chances of picking up the four GOP seats they would need to reclaim control.”

The bad news is that Steve just launched his campaign. He got in the race at a huge fundraising disadvantage and now, with the current crisis our country is facing, it’s much harder for him to make up ground.

Steve is facing his first big public FEC deadline TOMORROW and we told him we’d help him raise $5,000 online. The email we sent yesterday helped, but we’re not there yet. Will you please give $3 or as much as you can right now to flip Montana’s Senate seat and win back the majority?

Steve’s worked across party lines to expand Medicaid to cover 90,000 additional Montanans, make record investments in education, boost job training programs, and defend access to public lands. And, he’s won three statewide elections, including in 2016 when Trump carried the state by more than 20 points.

Steve can flip Montana’s Senate seat and take the majority away from Mitch McConnell, but he’s counting on your help. Even $3 would be so, so helpful — will you please give whatever you can?

Thank you so much, and please stay safe and healthy.

Click here to donate to Bullock’s campaign.

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