Susan Collins voted against everyday people.

When Maine Republican Susan Collins voted against the constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United, she sided with big corporations and billionaires instead of everyday people.

If we win this seat, the Republicans will not be able to take over the Senate -- and Shenna Bellows has moved double digits in the polls in recent weeks due to her bold positions on expanding Social Security benefits, making sure millionaires and billionaires pay their fair share of taxes, and overturning Citizens United.

Will you donate $3 to help Shenna Bellows in Maine?

Keeping the Senate blue is a big 2014 team effort. Elizabeth Warren wrote to PCCC members earlier this year about the importance of re-electing Sen. Jeff Merkley. In Iowa, Bruce Braley is running neck and neck against the tea party candidate who ran an ad about castrating pigs. And if Rick Weiland wins in South Dakota there is no scenario where Republicans take over the Senate.

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