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Catherine Cortez Masto

U.S. Senate, Nevada

  • A fighter who’ll stand up for the middle class
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  • An opportunity to elect the first Latina senator
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Katie McGinty

U.S. Senate, Pennsylvania

  • A game-changer for Pennsylvania families
  • A progressive leader who gets things done
  • A race that’s key to win back the Senate
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Tammy Duckworth

U.S. Senate, Illinois

  • A hero for Illinois, and a voice we need in Washington
  • A critical seat to win back the Senate
  • A champion for families, and a fighter for the middle class
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