Contribute now to take back the House

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At every turn—and with every growing outrage—congressional Republicans have utterly refused to stand up to Trump. So we have to stand up to them.


Thanks to court-ordered redistricting in Pennsylvania, 25 Republicans now sit in districts that Hillary Clinton carried in 2016. And following Conor Lamb's huge special election win, Democrats now need just 23 seats to take back the House. These "Clinton-GOP" seats top the list of the most vulnerable to flip.


Every dollar you contribute to a Democratic Nominee Fund on this page will be transferred to the Democratic nominee when they win their primary next year. That means every dollar will go directly to beating Paul Ryan's majority and taking back the House.


Can you chip in $1 to each nominee fund to back the House?

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  2. This contribution is made from my own funds or the funds of an authorizing corporation or other entity, and the funds are not being provided by any other person or entity.
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