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Flip it Friday for our neighbor across the river - Carolyn Long

Across the country, Republicans are working hard to win back every seat in the House that we flipped in the 2018 Blue Wave. But they're working even harder to keep seats they won by a hair.

There is a closely contested race right across the river in Washington's 3rd District, which includes Long Beach to Chehalis and Battle Ground to Vancouver.

In 2018, Carolyn Long gave incumbent Jaime Herrera Beutler her biggest challenge ever, and she is positioned to finish the job this year.

Carolyn Long

That means we have a chance to flip this very critical seat.

Jaime Herrera Beutler is in for a hell of a fight these next few weeks as our movement will be doing everything we can to win this race to strengthen our majority in the House. Can you chip in to flip this seat?

Carolyn is deeply rooted in the district and has been a professor at Washington State University Vancouver for 22 years.

In Congress, she will provide the dedicated leadership we need as she fights to protect our health care which, make no mistake, is on the ballot this fall.

At a time when the PNW has been in flames, she will fight to stop climate change with simple commonsense steps to prevent carbon pollution and create jobs investing in clean energy.

She will protect our veterans by improving services and fighting against privatization.

And she will put the people back in power of our democracy by keeping dark money out of elections.

Carolyn Long will put people over politics. That means focusing on the values that unite us as Americans. That means electing Carolyn Long for Washington's 3rd Congressional District. Help us flip this seat by donating $11 to Carolyn right now.

I am excited to announce I'll be hosting a Virtual Fundraiser for Carolyn on Wednesday evening, Oct. 7, with special guest, Storm Large. I’m proud to invest in Carolyn’s campaign and hope you will too. If you are interested in attending, email us at [email protected] and we'll send you the info.

Let's get Carolyn to Washington D.C.



Posted on October 2, 2020.