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Re-Elect Democrat Elissa Slotkin to Michigan's 8th congressional district. Donate now.

Donate now to help Democrat Elissa Slotkin win re-election in 2020.

Elissa Slotkin is a military vet and former CIA analyst who is pro-choice, favors government regulation of greenhouse gases, pro- gun control, pro-ACA (it was the GOP effort to repeal Obamacare that prompted Slotkin to run), supports the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, and supports expanded background checks for buying guns.

Slotkin says she decided to run for Congress when she saw the Republican, who then held the seat, at Trump's White House smiling after having just voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act. In 2018, Slotkin ran and beat him.

Stevens, a former Obama administration official, supports the ACA, and supports lowering the Medicare eligibility age to 55. She's pro-choice and endorsed by Emily's List. Is pro-LGBT and supported by the Human Rights Campaign. And Stevens is also pro- gun control.

According to the Cook Partisan Voting Index, Elissa Slotkin's seat "leans Republican" in 2020. So Rep. Slotkin is facing a real challenge for her seat.

Please chip in to help re-elect Elissa Slotkin in November 2020, and to grow the Democratic majority in Congress.

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