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I voted. Have you?

I voted early so I can focus on helping candidates in the closing days of this important election season.

We all know these elections are going to be tough. Midterm elections are always difficult for the party of the President. If you look at the electoral map, the polling, and the candidates we have on the ballots this year, there’s an excellent chance of us electing men and women who will help us continue on our path to opportunity and prosperity for all.

This election season we can re-elect Denise Nappier, State Treasurer in Connecticut, and send the first Black woman, Terri Sewell from the State of Alabama to Congress. We have the opportunity to elect women of color across the country from Kamala Harris in California, to Yvette McGee Brown in Ohio, to Linda Chavez Thompson in Texas and Frederica Wilson, who will replace Kendrick Meek in Florida.

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