From Kirsten Engel <[email protected]>
Subject The most competitive race in Arizona
Date February 20, 2024 2:30 PM
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[1]Mark Kelly for Senate

Hey everybody, it’s Mark Kelly. My friend Kirsten Engel is running for Congress in Arizona and needs our help. I hope you’ll read her message below and consider splitting a donation between her campaign and mine.

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The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) just released the first list of candidates in their Red to Blue program for 2024. We’re among the candidates they have identified as the most likely to flip a Republican district blue on Election Day.

And given that we’re the only race on this list from Arizona, we’re officially the most competitive race in the state.

The DCCC knows we can win — but we need your grassroots support. Can you chip in to my campaign and Mark Kelly to help us flip this seat blue and take back control of Congress?

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Look, I won’t sugarcoat it: last year, the DCCC failed to give our campaign the support we needed to beat my extremist opponent. But we showed how strong we were when we came within a percentage point of winning.

This year, we’re getting the recognition we deserve — and need.

In Congress, I’ll stand up for reproductive rights, water security, public schools, climate action, and an economy that works for everyone. I’ll fight for Arizona’s working families, seniors, and veterans.

Being added to the Red to Blue program is another sign that we can win this November and get to work on the issues that matter most.

This race is the best chance we have at flipping a seat blue in Arizona. FirstName/Team, you’re a critical part of our campaign. Can I count on you to split a donation between me and Mark Kelly now?

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