GIDEON: There's no other place in America like Maine. Our natural beauty, our hard-working people, and our fierce independence. Mainers understand our duty to look out for each other and our commitment to do what's right. I am not taking a dime in corporate PAC money during this campaign, because it will always be clear who I'm working for in the US Senate – the people of Maine. I'm Sara Gideon and I approve this message.
GIDEON: It all started with one of these. Remember those days? I walked through the door with my three young kids and heard a message left for my husband Ben, asking if he would run for the town council. I thought, I love Ben, but that's a job I can do and some place I could make a difference. So I ran for that office and won. On the town council, as a state representative, and Maine's speaker of the House, I've learned that if you're willing to work with […]
I'm Amy McGrath and I approve this message. Everything that's wrong in Washington had to start someplace. How did it come to this, that even within our own families we can't talk to each other about the leaders of our country anymore without anger and blame? Well, it started with this man, who has elected a lifetime ago and who has turned Washington into something we all despise, where budgets and health care and the Supreme Court are held hostage, a place where ideals go to die. I'm running for […]
GABBARD: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. I'm Tulsi Gabbard, I'm running for president and I approve this message because I love our country. That's why I decided to enlist after 9/11, why I serve in Congress and why I'm offering to serve as your commander in chief - to protect you, our Constitution, our freedom.
KLOBUCHAR: Americans are tired of having a whiner in the White House. I'm Amy Klobuchar, as president I won't govern by tweet I'll lead with an optimistic economic agenda for all Americans. Rebuilding our infastructure, lowering the cost of prescription drugs, strengthening long-term care for seniors. I have a proven record of getting things done. Together we can move forward because what unites us is so much stronger than what divides us. That's why I approve this message.
KLOBUCHAR: Americans are tired of having a whiner in the White House. I'm Amy Klobuchar, as president I won't govern by tweet I'll lead with an optimistic economic agenda for all Americans. Rebuilding our infastructure, lowering the cost of prescription drugs, investing in rural America. I have a proven record of getting things done. Together we can move forward because what unites us is so much stronger than what divides us. That's why I approve this message.
JACKIE AND MARK WELLMAN: We're caucusing for Amy Klobuchar for president. LORRAINE GARNER: Amy Klobuchar for president. PATRICIA DOOLEY: Because she'll get things done. ROXANNE STRIKE: She's America's most effective Democratic senator. JANA ERICKSON: With a plan to bring real change in her first 100 days as president. SCOTT THOMPSON: Amy will stand up to the wealthy special interests. SUSAN WEBSTER: She'll lower the cost of prescription drugs. JACOB: And get serious about tackling our climate crisis. LAVON GRIFFIEON: Amy will protect family farmers. THOMPSON: And she's got the Midwestern […]
KLOBUCHAR: If you feel stuck in the middle of the extremes in our politics and you are tired of the noise and the nonsense, you’ve got a home with me. I am someone that tells the truth. I don’t make promises that I can’t keep. I have people’s back and I believe that to win, you bring people with you and that is how you govern as well. Because I don’t want to be the president for half of America, I want to be the president for all of America. […]
WARREN: I’m Elizabeth Warren and I approve this message. When I was growing up in Oklahoma, all three of my brothers went off to the military. That was their ticket to the middle class. Now, me? My dream was to be a teacher. I got a scholarship and went off to school, but dropped out and got married at 19. My second chance was a commuter college that cost 50 dollars a semester. Today, there are fewer paths to America’s middle class and even fewer second chances. Service members are […]
Kirsten E Gillibrand
ANNOUNCER: Imagine an America where harmony displaces hate, that protects our planet, provides health care for everyone. An America where public places are safe spaces, where morality overrides money, power restored to the people. Imagine a leader driven by compassion, brave enough to take on the impossible, who looks beyond herself to do what's best for us. GILLIBRAND: I'm Kirsten Gillibrand and I approve this message.