SC, ID, GA, IA & NC-Sen: DFA Keeps Up The Momentum To End Moscow Mitch's Majority

Received this e-mail today from Democracy for America:

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Democrats need to flip just four seats to take back the Senate, and Democracy for America has endorsed five bold progressive champions running to flip Republican-held seats in battleground states across the country.

DFA is proud to support Jaime Harrison in South Carolina, Paulette Jordan in Idaho, Rev. Raphael Warnock in Georgia, Theresa Greenfield in Iowa, and Cal Cunningham in North Carolina.

These progressive champions can flip the Senate. But Mitch McConnell’s super PAC is planning to spend well over $100 million trying to save his majority.

Our progressive challengers are counting on grassroots support to fight McConnell’s attacks and flip these Republican-held seats blue.

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That’s why I’m asking you today: Will you pitch in $5 (or more!) today to help these five progressive champions take back the Senate?

DFA is on the ground working to register new voters, building a broad coalition, and supporting our challengers as they build the inclusive campaigns needed to win this November.

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Together, we can defeat some of Mitch McConnell’s closest allies, including Lindsey Graham in South Carolina, Jim Risch in Idaho, Kelly Loeffler in Georgia, Joni Ernst in Iowa, and Thom Tillis in North Carolina.

This work is made possible by DFA members across the country pitching in what you can through emails just like this one.

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So if you can, please consider donating $5 or more today to help DFA flip five key Senate seats and take back the Senate majority. Anything you can contribute today will make a difference as we work to flip the Senate.

Thank you for powering this work to flip the Senate, defeat Donald Trump, and elect progressives up and down the ticket this November.

— Charles

Charles Chamberlain, Chair
Democracy for America

Click here to donate to these Harrison, Jordan, Warnock, Greenfield, and Cunningham’s campaigns.