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EMILY's List
2018-01-23 00:54:48
Patricia, EMILY's List women are strong pro-choice Democrats, but they also bring unique backgrounds that make them powerful advocates for the issues that matter. HOUSE Veronica Escobar (TX-16) Veronica joined and eventually became the co-chair of the Border Rights Coalition and plans to continue to fight back against the cruel, anti-American Trump agenda. Mai Khanh Tran (CA-39) Mai Khanh came to the U.S. as a refugee from Vietnam before becoming a doctor who serves working families and children. SENATE Jacky Rosen (NV) A former computer programmer and software developer, Jacky came up against the wage gap firsthand in her industry and now champions working women. Kyrsten Sinema (AZ) After experiencing homelessness as a child -- even briefly living in an abandoned gas station -- Kyrsten became a social worker and earned her Ph.D. in justice studies. GOVERNOR Stacey Abrams (GA) Stacey launched a project to register 200,000 voters of color and was our inaugural Gabrielle Giffords Rising Star Award winner. Gretchen Whitmer (MI) A sexual assault survivor herself, Gretchen set up a unit as a prosecutor to address cases of domestic and sexual violence. Donate $3 to help elect ALL of our women whose experiences make them even more prepared to represent us in office: secure.emilyslist.org/page/contribute/20180122_email_TwiceAsGood - the EMILY's List team
 
 
EMILY's List women are strong pro-choice Democrats, but they also bring unique backgrounds that make them powerful advocates for the issues that matter.
HOUSE

Veronica Escobar (TX-16)
Veronica joined and eventually became the co-chair of the Border Rights Coalition and plans to continue to fight back against the cruel, anti-American Trump agenda.

Mai Khanh Tran (CA-39)
Mai Khanh came to the U.S. as a refugee from Vietnam before becoming a doctor who serves working families and children.
SENATE

Jacky Rosen (NV)
A former computer programmer and software developer, Jacky came up against the wage gap firsthand in her industry and now champions working women.

Kyrsten Sinema (AZ)
After experiencing homelessness as a child -- even briefly living in an abandoned gas station -- Kyrsten became a social worker and earned her Ph.D. in justice studies.
GOVERNOR

Stacey Abrams (GA)
Stacey launched a project to register 200,000 voters of color and was our inaugural Gabrielle Giffords Rising Star Award winner.

Gretchen Whitmer (MI)
A sexual assault survivor herself, Gretchen set up a unit as a prosecutor to address cases of domestic and sexual violence.
Donate $3 to help elect ALL of our women whose experiences make them even more prepared to represent us in office.

 

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