Jaime Harrison, Amy McGrath, PCCC & the Candidates Matter at the Sustainable Action Network (SAN)!
We’re excited to announce that we just endorsed another gun safety candidate running for U.S. Senate: Jaime Harrison in South Carolina!
Jaime Harrison’s commitment to commonsense gun safety is personal. He lost his friend Clem and 8 others when a white supremacist attacked Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston in 2015.
Jaime is up against Lindsey Graham who has spent years in the pocket of the NRA enacting their dangerous legislative agenda.
Lindsey Graham is one of the NRA’s biggest allies, and Jaime is running to flip his seat and send a clear message: it’s time for the Senate to step up and pass laws that will save lives.
2020 is the year that we can elect a gun safety majority in the Senate — we only need to flip three or four seats to do it. We’re doing our part to elect these candidates, but your support would go a long way.
This endorsement is crucial. The current Senate majority is doing everything within its power to prevent common sense gun legislation from becoming law.
Jaime has a tough road ahead. Lindsey Graham has the backing of powerful special interest groups and the gun lobby. We need Jaime in the Senate to stand with us in the fight against gun violence.
With your support, we can help Jaime flip this South Carolina Senate seat and be a champion in the fight against gun violence.
The following sponsored message from Jaime Harrison for U.S. Senate
Lindsey Graham broke his oath to be an impartial juror in Trump’s impeachment trial. He’s shown the world why he’s not fit to represent us in the U.S. Senate. So I need your help: Will you add your name to join my U.S. Senate campaign to DEFEAT Lindsey Graham?
My grandparents taught me that character counts. So when I make a promise or take an oath, I make sure that I keep it. But Lindsey Graham? He’s happy to break his oaths and abandon our best interests if it will keep the far-right happy. Unfortunately, Lindsey is already using impeachment to raise millions of dollars from his right-wing base. I know it’ll be tough, but with a lot of hard work and a little bit of hope, we can still win this Senate seat for the people of South Carolina. But I need everyone reading this to do their part.
We’re excited to announce that we just endorsed another gun safety candidate running for U.S. Senate: Lt. Colonel Amy McGrath in Kentucky!
Amy McGrath is a veteran and public servant who has spent her life protecting Americans. She’s running against Mitch McConnell — the NRA’s #1 ally in the Senate.
Mitch McConnell is responsible for blocking the bipartisan background check bill in the Senate. Amy is running to flip his seat and send a new, clear message: it’s time for the Senate to step up and pass laws that will save lives.
2020 is the year that we can elect a gun safety majority in the Senate — we only need to flip three or four seats to do it. We’re doing our part to get these candidates elected, but your support would go a long way.
This endorsement is crucial. Mitch McConnell will stop at nothing to prevent commonsense gun legislation from becoming law.
Amy has a tough road ahead. Mitch McConnell has the backing of powerful special interest groups and the gun lobby, but we know that more Americans will be safer if Amy McGrath wins this race.
With your help, we can help Amy win and send Mitch McConnell packing.
Amy McGrath: Thanks so much for joining the team that’s going to help me replace Mitch McConnell in the United States Senate.
Mitch McConnell has been Kentucky’s senator since I was 9 years old. During his more than three decades in office, he’s been an unabashed career politician—putting D.C. lobbyists, special-interest allies, and his own political career ahead of our country, our Constitution, and the needs of Kentuckians.
And along the way, he’s turned Washington into something we all despise.
I took a different path. I graduated from the Naval Academy, learned to fly fighter jets, and began a 20-year career in the Marine Corps, attaining the rank of Lt. Colonel. I deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, where I flew 89 combat missions and became the first woman in the Marine Corps to fly in an F/A-18 in combat. After retiring from the Marines, I’m ready to serve our country again.
If elected, I plan to bring back some basic values I learned as a Marine and a mom: Put people first. Accomplish the mission. Always put our country’s interests over politics, no matter what.
Our leaders need to learn to work together again. That’s what we do at our own kitchen table—my husband, Erik, a 20-year U.S. Navy veteran, is a lifelong Republican. The oaths we took were to our Constitution—not a political party.
As Kentucky’s next U.S. senator, I plan to be a leader who is ready to work with anyone to solve our problems, and ready to stand up to anyone who gets in the way—no matter their party.
Here’s the thing: we all know this is going to be a hard race. Mitch McConnell has over $7 million in the bank—and that doesn’t count the special interests ready to spend big to keep their guy in power. It took them 37 minutes to launch their first personal attack against me. And I know it’s only going to get worse.
I’m not afraid of Mitch McConnell and his deep-pocketed friends because we have proven that grassroots campaigns work. With you on my side, I know we can win this.
Defeat Mitch. Defend democracy.
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