Contribute Now to 60 Votes is Not a Pipe Dream

by Barbara Boxer's PAC for a Change

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As Election Day rapidly approaches, the press and pundits are realizing what you and I knew all along: A 60-vote, filibuster-proof Democratic majority in the Senate is definitely in reach this November. But we need to redouble our efforts to make it happen. That's why I hope you'll support Jim Martin and Bruce Lunsford, two more strong Democratic candidates who are running powerful campaigns in the traditionally red states of Georgia and Kentucky. Support Jim and Bruce by contributing today!



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Jim Martin

GA-Sen

Jim understands the toll that the failed policies of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney have taken on Georgia's families, and I know he can help put our country back on track. He has campaigned hard and cut the big lead of his opponent, Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss, down to a dead even race going in to these final crucial weeks.

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Bruce Lunsford

KY-Sen

Bruce Lunsford, running for U.S. Senate in Kentucky, is a successful entrepreneur, business leader, and former health care executive. While he's not a professional politician, he's a professional problem-solver who has earned a reputation for getting things done everywhere he's been. Especially in these tumultuous economic times, we need someone with a strong business, health care, and leadership background in the U.S. Senate.

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PAC for a Change

Senator Boxer formed PAC for a Change to change the direction the right-wing extremists in Congress are taking our country. Senator Boxer’s PAC for a Change is an effective, progressive organization that supports the basic values that a majority of Americans share – basic human rights, economic justice for all and social justice.

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