Elect Conor Lamb to the US House

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Help take back the US House this year

Donald Trump is panicked that he's going to lose another Republican US House seat in the special election coming up on March 13 in Pennsylvania. And Axios is now reporting that top Republicans in Washington have already given up on the seat!

Democrat Conor Lamb is running against Republican Rick Saccone in a special election for the seat vacated by GOP Rep. Tim Murphy, who you'll recall was forced to resign after it was discovered that the very conservative Republicans got his mistress pregnant and then asked her to have an abortion. Conor Lamb can win this.

Conor Lamb should give the Republicans reason to worry. A recent poll put Lamb ahead of his GOP opponent! Lamb is a Marine Corps vet who successfully prosecuted a Naval Academy instructor who lied under oath about sexual misconduct involving female service members. Lamb is pro-ACA; pro-CHIP; for protecting Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security; wants to reform onerous student loans;

Saccone, on the other hand, is a pro-gun and anti-abortion nut. Lamb is pro-choice. 

Let's give Donald Trump a bad day. Donate now to Democrat Conor Lamb, and help turn the US House of Representatives blue this coming November. If Republicans lose the House, Trump is toast. Let's make toast.

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