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Senator Al Franken of Minnesota is one of Elizabeth Warren's top allies in the Senate. He is a bold voice on overturning Citizens United, reforming Wall Street, protecting Net Neutrality, and making big corporations and millionaires pay their fair share. Franken is a tireless progressive leader who fights for us.

Mark Udall of Colorado has pledged to never cut Social Security benefits and he supports Elizabeth Warren's bold plans to reduce student debt, increase the minimum wage, and fight for middle class families against powerful interests. His Senate race in Colorado is being watched closely by both sides as it could determine who controls the Senate.

Jeff Merkley of Oregon is one of the boldest leaders in the Senate because he isn't afraid to take on the big fights like breaking up the big banks, expanding Social Security benefits, defending our privacy, and fighting to ensure Senate rules represent the will of the people. He led the campaign to reform the filibuster and end it's paralyzing effects on Washington.

Bruce Braley of Iowa is the leader of the House Populist Caucus. He's in one of the most important Senate races in the country for progressives. Bruce will be a strong voice in the fight to level the playing field for working families – whether it’s protecting Social Security for our seniors, supporting Warren’s plan to make college more affordable for our kids, or holding powerful interests accountable.

Rick Weiland of South Dakota is running for Senate to “Take It Back!” from big-money interests. Rick stated that the first bill he would introduce in the Senate would be a constitutional amendment to overturn the disastrous Citizens United ruling. The PCCC and Elizabeth Warren backed Rick Weiland early on because we knew we could count on him to be a strong voice for everyday people. Rick will be there protecting and expanding Social Security for our seniors, making college more affordable, or fighting to take back our democracy from big-money interests.

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