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I hope I’m making you proud.

I hope I’m making you proud.

I wanted to take a moment to thank you for your generous contributions ahead of Tuesday’s FEC fundraising deadline.

Once our report goes public, we’ll send an important message about the strength of our campaign. And the best part is we’re doing it with support from individual donors and without taking a cent from corporate PACs like our opponent, David Valadao.

I also wanted to update you on the work I’m doing in Congress on important issues affecting the Central Valley:

» While Trump tried to dismantle the Affordable Care Act (during a global pandemic no less), I proudly voted to pass the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Enhancement Act to strengthen the ACA and expand healthcare coverage.

» The Disadvantaged Community Drinking Water Assistance Act — my bill to help communities dealing with dirty, unsafe water — PASSED the House. This is an incredible win for my constituents, some of whom are paying $150 a month for unclean water.

» I just introduced the Accessible, Affordable Internet for All Act to invest $100 billion in high-speed broadband internet connection for underserved communities.

I want to hammer home the point that none of this is possible without your continued support, Michael. Together, we are improving lives in our Central Valley community and beyond.

That’s a big deal, and you should be proud to be a part of this.

Thank you,

TJ Cox


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A fundraiser I know you’ve never seen!

A fundraiser I know you’ve never seen!


I hate deadline emails, so I’m going to do something different.

As you may have heard, Nathan and I are in the middle of a two week quarantine after coming in close contact with someone who tested positive with COVID-19. (By the way, the 19 refers to the year it came into existence, I know that was befuddling for the President!)

Anyway, being stuck at home 24/7 has opened me up to a whole host of new experiences: Candy Crush, Solitaire and Words With Friends. So, this is what I am thinking: donate to my campaign (at any amount) and I’ll start a Words With Friends game with you (if you send me your username)!

And, any of my supporters who donate $100 before tonight’s midnight reporting deadline, I promise I will never ask you to play Words With Friends with me! Win-Win!

Our campaign to rebuild our democracy by expanding voting rights and making government at every level more representative of ALL our communities needs your support to take on the big corporate interests who are only out to serve themselves.

Will you help us defeat the billion-dollar corporations who are constantly trying to rig our democracy by contributing $10, $20, $50 or $100 today?



Thanks for your support,

~ Lorena



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374 No. Coast Highway 101, Suite 2, Encinitas, CA 92024

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A career politician who voted against recovery for our district or a businesswoman who says we need to put politics aside and put recovery first?

A career politician who voted against recovery for our district or a businesswoman who says we need to put politics aside and put recovery first?

Brynne Kennedy for Congress

When coronavirus pandemic came to our community, Tom McClintock voted against relief for our district and accused us of “gaming the system.”

Time and again, our congressman has let us down — leaving our businesses, families, medically vulnerable seniors. and workers to suffer while he touts partisan talking points on cable news.

Enough is enough — it’s time for a representative who will work for us. That’s Brynne Kennedy.

We want to spread this video message about Tom McClintock as far and wide as possible — but to do so, we need to hit our end-of-quarter fundraising goal of $20,000, and right now, we’re falling $4,482 short with just hours to go.

Watch and share our video, and chip in $5 or anything you can to help get this video on the air and make sure we finish this quarter strong >>


Thanks for stepping up. It’s time to hold Tom McClintock accountable at the ballot box once and for all.

— Team Brynne Kennedy

Brynne Kennedy is running for Congress in California’s Fourth District because she believes Americans can do more together. An accomplished businesswoman, Brynne has created new solutions to help employers and workers thrive in today’s economy. As our voice in Washington, she will fight to take our government back from the corrupt special interests and will put partisanship aside to put our communities first.





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Brynne for Congress
P.O. Box 854
Rocklin, CA 95677 United States

50 Years of Pride: Our Fight Continues

50 Years of Pride: Our Fight Continues

A message from Senator Kamala D. Harris



50 Years of Pride: Our Fight Continues 

Watch Senator Harris discuss the importance of Pride.  



More than 50 years ago, the movement for LGBTQ+ equality was born out of protest and Black trans women standing up to police brutality at a place called Stonewall Inn in New York City. Recently, that same movement secured a victory when the Supreme Court ruled in favor of protecting LGBTQ+ people from workplace discrimination. But that landmark victory was won against a backdrop of violence targeting Black trans women and trans women of color.

As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pride, we also recognize and honor their contributions to the movement for LGBTQ+ equality by speaking the truth that Black Trans Lives Matter. As we celebrate the LGBTQ+ community’s hard-fought progress, we must rededicate ourselves to building a world in which all members of the LGBTQ+ community can live without fear.

Our country has made incredible progress in the fight for full equality, but until every American is treated with equal dignity, no matter who they love or how they identify, our fight must continue.

Take care,
Kamala D. Harris
United States Senator 

Resolution Recognizing June as LGBTQ Pride Month:


Earlier this month, Senator Harris joined Senators Sherrod Brown (D-OH), Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Tina Smith (D-MN), and every one of their Democratic colleagues in introducing a Senate resolution recognizing June as LGBTQ Pride Month. The resolution highlights the contributions LGBTQ individuals have made to American society, notes several major milestones in the fight for equal treatment of LGBTQ Americans and resolves to continue efforts to achieve full equality for LGBTQ individuals. The resolution also recognizes how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic compounds the systemic inequality that LGBTQ people face in healthcare, employment, and housing in the United States.

Sen. Harris Statement on Supreme Court Decision that Federal Civil Rights Law Protects LGBTQ Employees:


This month, Senator Harris celebrated the ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that federal non-discrimination law protects LGBTQ workers. To read her full statement, click here. 

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I hope I’m making you proud.

My husband

Hi, I’m TJ’s wife, Kathy.

I wanted to update you on some things I see happening behind the scenes on an issue I care deeply about: health care.

Since TJ took office, I’ve gotten an inside look at how Congress works. We both knew that change would be hard, but it’s uplifting to see that he’s actually getting things accomplished. Whether it’s fighting Trump’s cuts to Medicare and Medicaid, securing funds for our rural health clinics, or bringing down the cost of prescription drugs, TJ works every day to improve the health of the hard-working families in our district and across the country.

There’s so much more to be done, and I’m looking forward to what can be accomplished in his second term. Can you join me in supporting TJ with a $10 contribution before this week’s end-of-quarter deadline?

As a pediatric ICU physician, I see firsthand the consequences and injustice of our current health care system. One would think this problem is obvious to everyone. It’s not.

We have to fundamentally change the way we address health. We all deserve the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives. That means policies that ensure those opportunities — like TJ’s Disadvantaged Community Drinking Water Assistance Act (H.R. 5347) that will be voted on this week. We need elected officials like TJ to lead the way on our public health priorities. And we need your help keeping him in office to do just that:

TJ’s staff tells me they set a goal of raising $20,000 before this FEC fundraising quarter. It’s critical we don’t come up short. There’s too much at stake. Thanks Michael for all you do. Can you chip in $10 today?

Thank you,

Kathy Murphy, MD


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