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Maggie's List Weekly Brief for September 25, 2016
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COUNTDOWN TO NOVEMBER 8, 2016!:
43 DAYS

Maggie’s List continues highlighting pivotal races across the nation. In each edition of the Weekly Brief between now and November, we’ll continue to showcase Maggie’s List endorsed candidates, as the clock counts down to Election Tuesday!

CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT: CONGRESSWOMAN ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN (FL-27)
Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL-27)

In Florida’s District-27 race, Maggie’s List endorsed candidate and Congressional Partner Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen faces a challenge by a Democratic candidate with a criminal past! On South Florida television stations, her campaign is running a series of ads criticizing her opponent as untrustworthy and highlighting his background which involves allegations of a horrible driving record and death on our roadways.  

As we shared with you in previous editions of the Weekly Brief, Ileana served as Chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and remains a very strong voice on foreign affairs issues and U.S. national security. She was the first Hispanic woman ever elected to Congress and remains a staunch advocate for Hispanics—especially Cuban Americans-- in the U.S.

In an ever-changing world with shifting, uncertain political dynamics such as those playing out today, Ileana’s voice is needed in Congress now, more than ever. District-27 was recently redrawn and now leans Democratic. She needs all of our support to return to Congress. You can help by showing up to the polls to vote for Ileana. 

If you are not registered to vote in Florida, you can donate to Ileana's campaign here!
CHALLENGER CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT:
CASEY LUCIUS (CA-20)
Maggie's List Ohio Chair Pamela Siekman with Casey Lucius (CA-20)
Casey Lucius, an endorsed Maggie’s List candidate in California’s District 20 race, stands with our values for strong national security. She is running a solid campaign--fighting for the seat which represents San Benito and Monterey Counties—home to many military and retirees from the armed forces—in a very blue state where decades of destructive, liberal policies continue to hurt hard-working Americans, their families, and businesses.  During a recent debate against her well-funded Democratic challenger (the son of a Clinton insider), Lucius came out on top! She knows the meaning of self service and sacrifice when it comes to our country. A retired Naval Intelligence Officer and city council member, her experience with balancing a budget, building a stronger national security system, and reducing our country’s national debt is exactly what Washington needs for conservative change. The NRCC Young Guns has rated this campaign “on its radar”.
Click here to donate to Casey Lucius (CA-20)
MAGGIE’S LIST RECEIVES CONTRIBUTION FROM CONGRESSWOMAN CYNTHIA LUMMIS (WY-At Large)
FUNDS TO SUPPORT MAGGIE’S LIST ENDORSED CANDIDATES INCLUDING LIZ CHENEY
Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis, WY-At Large

Maggie’s List wishes to thank Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming for her continued support of Maggie’s List. We are pleased to announce that Congresswoman Lummis is renewing as a Maggie’s List Congressional Partner—AND she just made a generous contribution through her leadership PAC entitled Dagny Political Action Committee. This is the final contribution from Dagny PAC before the Congresswoman’s retirement at the end of this session. 

Rep. Lummis’ contribution will go a long way toward helping elect fiscally conservative women—like Congresswoman Lummis herself—who support more personal responsibility and stronger U.S. national security—like Liz Cheney. As you might remember from previous editions of the Maggie’s List Weekly Brief, Maggie’s List has endorsed Liz Cheney for Congress for Wyoming’s At-Large seat. The funds from Dagny PAC will play a key role in our ability to support Liz and the many other very smart and talented Maggie’s List endorsed candidates.

Congresswoman Lummis was first elected to serve Wyoming At Large in 2009. Congresswoman Lummis, thank you for your support of Maggie’s List, for supporting our shared values of fiscal conservatism, strong national security and more personal responsibility, and—especially-- for being our dear friend!

Liz Cheney, WY-At Large
BREAKING NEWS: MAGGIE'S LIST LAUNCHES MASSIVE ONLINE AD BUY
Maggie's List will soon kick-off another digital ad campaign to push Maggie's List endorsed candidates over the top in critical races across the country. Social media allows us to target specific groups of voters in specific locations to maximize return on the investment and generate turnout and votes for our candidates. We thank each of you who have supported Maggie's List this year and helped make this campaign possible!

Among the candidates for whom Maggie's List will be conducting targeted ad buys beginning in October are:
  • Mimi Walters, CA-45
  • Casey Lucius, CA-20
  • Denise Gitsham, CA-52
  • Kay Granger, TX-12
  • Susan Narvaiz, TX-35
  • Jackie Walorski, IN-2
  • Susan Brooks, IN-5
  • Amie Hoeber, MD-6
  • Kathy Szeliga, MD
DO NOT WAIT to make a difference for a Maggie's List endorsed candidate. Many races across the country are incredibly close. Your help is needed today to push these women over the top so that we win in November!
 
To support the Maggie's List digital ad push for our endorsed candidates, click here!
VOTER REGISTRATION, STATE BY STATE
In this election year where we are seeing many very close races—from the presidential race to the many Congressional races involving Maggie’s List candidates—every vote counts! Many of our readers and supporters have already registered to vote, but many of you might have friends or family who are not registered. The vast majority of states do not allow registrations on election day, so we wanted to share this important "how to" voter registration information with you. In many states, deadlines will differ depending on whether you register online, in person or via the mail. We ask that you share this newsletter with friends and family, so that they also have this information and support Maggie’s List endorsed candidates!
Click Here for Online Voter Registration Information and Deadlines for: Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
You can not register to vote online in Arkansas; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
You can not register to vote online in Florida; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Georgia
Hawaii
You can not register to vote online in Idaho; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine- You can not register to vote online; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan-You can not register to vote online; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Minnesota
Mississippi- You can not register to vote online;click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Missouri
Montana- You can not register to vote online; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire- You can not register to vote online; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
New Jersey- You can not register to vote online; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina- You can not register online to vote; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
North Dakota- This is the only state in the nation in which you do not need to be registered to vote. Click here for voting information!
Ohio- You can not register to vote online; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Oklahoma- You can not register to vote online; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota- You can not register to vote online; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Tennessee- You can not register to vote online; click here for more information on registering in person or by mail.
Utah
You can not register to vote online in Texas; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
Vermont
Virginia
Washington, D.C.
Washington State
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming- You can not register online; click here for information on registering in person or by mail.
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