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Thank you for helping elect Jacky Rosen to the US Senate.

Jacky Rosen defeated Republican Sen. Dean Heller, one of the lead architects in charge of repealing Obamacare in the Senate.


Heller also called Christine Blasey Ford's attempted rape accusation against Brett Kavanaugh "a little hiccup."


And Heller is gone because so many of you gave your time and your money to help Jacky Rosen get elected.


Donations on this page will now go towards helping Jacky Rosen's re-election in 2024 and AMERICAblog Actions work re-electing her and her allies to Congress.


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