Who are the candidates? (Today’s 4-click action)

Check out this spreadsheet of the battleground or “toss-up” races, and you’ll see that the list is made up of women, people of color, LGBTQ candidates, Rhodes scholars, a few former Obama administration staffers, and many, many first-time candidates. These are people who care about more money for education, banning assault weapons, providing funding for accessible, effective opioid treatment centers, and increased access to affordable healthcare.

In some of these races, the Republican candidate is ahead by a margin of less than 0.5%.

We can help.

Just 4 clicks

Today, I’m taking to social media to provide links about where to make donations and how to canvas in support of these candidates. Click the images below to spread the word, or if it’s easier, feel free to share or retweet my posts.

All hands on deck.

#7moredays #vote

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More to know

“Delgado has narrow lead over Faso in poll: Margin grows if ‘Blue Wave’ materializes”

“If #TheResistance Is Going to Mean Anything, It Has to Include Folks Like Amy McGrath”

“Registered nurse Lauren Underwood wants to become the first black woman to represent her district” (watch the video)

Andy Kim Is A South Jersey Boy. The GOP Calls Him ‘Not One Of Us.’

Ballotpedia is an important source for updates on the 2018 Midterms.

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