Contribute Now to Elect Progressive Senators and Help End the War on Women

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As the right wing continues to wage its war on women, the National Organization for Women’s Political Action Committee is fighting back! If you want to see bold progressives fight for the rights of women and girls, show your support for these NOW/PAC endorsed women running for the Senate. They are all in tight races and need your help.

Together, we can make sure that the Senate will not only protect, but advance equality for women and girls!

Support our NOW/PAC-endorsed House candidates, too.



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Mazie Hirono

HI-Sen

Do your part to help elect the first woman senator from Hawaii, and make her the first Asian American woman senator. As the representative of Hawaii’s second district, she championed women’s rights. She is in a tight race with Hawaii’s popular former Republican governor Linda Lingle, who compared same-sex marriage to incest.

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Elizabeth Warren

MA-Sen

Elizabeth Warren has proven to be a fearless warrior in the political world. She conceived of and pushed for the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an agency which ensures that consumers get the information they need in making financial decisions. Her leadership and persistence will be invaluable in advocating for women’s rights. Warren is in a dead heat with her Republican opponent in this vital race.

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Shelley Berkley

NV-Sen

Help Shelley Berkley defeat her anti-choice, anti-LGBT Republican opponent! She has served in Congress for seven terms. We now need her progressive leadership in the US Senate! This election is considered a high priority for both parties and the candidates are locked in a tight race.

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Tammy Baldwin

WI-Sen

During her seven terms in the House of Representatives, Baldwin has been a forceful supporter of civil rights. Her experience and commitment to progressive issues are important qualities to add to the U.S. Senate. If elected, she’ll also be the first openly gay senator! Polls show that Tammy is a close race with her Republican opponent. Help make this victory a reality!

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