Suzan DelBene

Trust Women to Lead

Volunteering to serve in uniform is no small feat for anyone. But many women must overcome other obstacles, too. Amy McGrath, for example, was the first female Marine to fly in an F/A-18 in combat, because, for decades before, women had been banned from doing that. Now, she's running for Congress in Kentucky, and she and other new women leaders who are running for office after serving in uniform need our help.

There are just days left until Election Day and Amy, MJ Hegar, Gina Ortiz Jones, Mikie Sherrill, Elaine Luria, and Chrissy Houlahan need your help to win their races and turn their districts blue. Please contribute today >>

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