PCCC - Progressive Change Campaign Committee

Join Stephen King in supporting Shenna Bellows

Stephen King says “Shenna Bellows would be a breath of fresh air” in Washington.

Susan Collins has proven if Republicans take control of the Senate, she will be as reliable a vote for Tea Party extremists as any.

Shenna Bellows, on the other hand, has boldly campaigned on big progressive ideas like expanding Social Security benefits, investing in jobs and education by making sure millionaires and billionaires pay their fair share, and ensuring the voices of everyday people can be heard by supporting public financing of congressional elections and overturning Citizens United.

Will you donate $3 to help Shenna defeat Susan Collins and keep the Senate in Democratic hands?

You can also help support other progressive candidates in tight races and the PCCC's work helping them win. Donate on the right or by mail here.

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