Defeat GOP Sen. Dean Heller, the man who called Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s assault “a little hiccup”

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Republican Sen. Dean Heller is one of the lead architects in charge of repealing Obamacare in the Senate. The repeal bill even bears his name.

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

Because he's so awful, Heller is one of the most vulnerable members of Congress in the election this fall -- many expect he's going to lose IF WE PUT UP A GOOD FIGHT. And the polls are tied.

It's time for Heller to pay a price for his Trump sycophancy. It's time to donate to his opponent in 2018, Jacky Rosen and help build a Democratic firewall in the US Senate.

Jacky Rosen is running to defeat Heller in the Democrats’ best Senate pickup opportunity of 2018, but the latest poll shows this race is a dead heat. Jacky can’t win without your grassroots support. Donate right now to defeat Senator Dean Heller in Nevada and build a Democratic firewall in the Senate. The only thing these men fear is money, and defeat. Let's provide both.

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