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Liz Cheney, candidate for WY-At-Large, with Jan Larimer, Maggie’s List WY Chair, at at the Wyoming Homecoming game this weekend as they read the Maggie's List endorsement. 

This week, Maggie’s List presented our endorsement to Liz Cheney, running for Congress for the At-Large seat in Wyoming—it’s now official! Jan Larimer, Maggie’s List Wyoming State Chair and former RNC Co-Chair, made the presentation at this week’s home game of the University of Wyoming Cowboys.

Liz is clearly committed to serving the citizens of Wyoming. As nominee, she is representing the entire state of Wyoming as this is an “at-large” district--meaning she will have the responsibility of representing the entire state. Kind of makes the job of Senator look easy when you consider there are two to advocate for this state. Liz beat out nine other candidates in an intense GOP primary!

Liz has an amazing background. As a Fox News Contributor, Liz has been a prominent national voice defending our Constitutional Rights and standing up against President Obama’s devastating policies. She is the co-founder of the Alliance for a Strong America, a non-profit organization based in Wyoming that is focused on educating voters about the importance of American leadership and strength. She has also practiced law and served in the U.S. State Department, including as the second-ranking official responsible for U.S. Policy in the Middle East.

Liz’s skills are tremendous assets for conservative women so that she can reach out to like-minded people and wake them up to our message. It’s an honor to present this Maggie’s List endorsement to Liz Cheney.

Liz Cheney, Maggie’s List endorsed candidate for WY-At-Large. 
To contribute to Liz Cheney's campaign, click here!
Maggie's List National Secretary and Kansas State Chair Becky Johnson with
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins.

Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins is running to represent the citizens of Kansas’ 2nd Congressional District. She is a proud founding member of Maggie’s List and an unwavering advocate for increasing the number of conservative women elected to federal public office. Lynn has personally ensured that our mission and our message have been nurtured since our very beginning and that continues to endure. 

Maggie’s List is proud to endorse Congresswoman Jenkins for another important election. In this session, Lynn is standing up to the mess caused by Obamacare as she works on rural health concerns and fights vigorously to keep local hospitals open. First elected in 2008, she has a strong working relationship with Becky Johnson, Maggie’s List National Secretary and our Kansas State Chair. Together they make a tremendous impact in The Sunflower State.

Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins (KS-2) on the campaign trail.

Prior to being elected to Congress, Representative Jenkins served as the Kansas State Treasurer and in the Kansas House of Representatives and Senate from 1999 to 2008. Today, she is the most senior member of the Kansas House Delegation, and she serves as the Vice-Chair of the House Republican Conference. 

Lynn is not taking this election for granted. The DCCC had her as one of their top targets to take out in 2014. We endorsed her and made sure to support her financially as well when the left tried to defeat a proud conservative woman. Only by standing together can we stop this kind of gender-based threat to those who stand firmly with our values. Today, Representative Jenkins needs your support to make sure that we keep this strong representative in the heartland of America representing our values!

Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins (KS-2).
To contribute to Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins (KS-2), click here!
RNC National Committeewoman for Texas Toni Anne Daschelle and Maggie's List National Executive Director Missy Shorey with TX-35 Candidate Susan Narvaiz.

This is Susan Narvaiz’s third time running for Congress, but the game has totally changed this time. The former Mayor of San Marcos, Texas, Susan has solid name recognition that has only gotten stronger! Please note that San Marcos is the most populous city in the district. The anti-incumbent fever is red hot in this red state! Fresh off the press, Susan’s latest polling shows her within 6,800 votes of unseating a longtime liberal male incumbent. The shift is because the district in which Susan is running was redrawn, and this is a relatively new district for the incumbent making him more vulnerable than ever.

The Honorable Susan Narvaiz is President and CEO of Core Strategies, Inc., a business she established in June 1997 and successfully leads today. Prior to serving as Mayor of San Marcos for three terms, she was elected to the City Council in 2002.Susan Narvaiz is very active in a wide variety of community organizations. She has served on a number of city-related boards and on boards of many civic organizations.
Susan Narvaiz, candidate for TX-35.
Right now, Susan needs our help. She is very thankful for Maggie’s List early primary support, but she needs us now more than ever. When she spoke with Maggie’s List National Executive Director Missy Shorey this week, Susan clearly explained her immediate needs:

1. Funding to get her message out so we can protect the Lone Star State from a notorious liberal  who continues to try to turn Texas blue. So please take just 3 minutes to donate now. Your $5.00 or $50.00 is crucially important this week. 
To contribute to Susan Narvaiz, candidate for TX-35, click here!
2. Susan needs volunteers! If you are able to do remote phone banking, now is the time to take action. The campaign has a system set up for volunteering from anywhere! Susan specifically asked Maggie’s List to do this, so let’s answer the call. Please note that Maggie’s List members have done thousands of grassroots remote calls in past elections. Your grassroots skills are more important than ever for this race. Can you give one hour to make 10 calls or more? This is an outstanding opportunity to be involved if you prefer grassroots action over traditional funding. To volunteer for Susan please contact Mila Dutton, Maggie’s List Special Assistant at or 972-322-9303. 
Susan Narvaiz, candidate for TX-35, receives the Maggie's List endorsement and check from Maggie's List Texas State Chair Randan Steinhauser,


We received a tremendous response to the early voting information that we provided in the last edition of the Maggie’s List Weekly Brief. So, we want to share it with you again so you have it conveniently at hand. Please, send this list to every busy woman you know, because if they vote early then we know they voted! Send this email and voting information to 20-friends right now. Please have your friends commit to voting early, so that you don’t have to bug them on Election Day. The most important thing you can do is to give them the power to vote that works with their busy world.
Here's a full list of early voting dates in each state!

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, states that allow early voting in-person or by mail include:
  • Alaska--early voting begins October 24
  • Arizona--October 12
  • California--early voting varies by county but is generally about a month before election day.
  • District of Columbia--October 22
  • Florida--October 29
  • Georgia--October 17
  • Hawaii--October 25
  • Illinois--September 29
  • Kansas--October 19
  • Maryland--October 27
  • Nebraska--October 9
  • New Mexico--October 11
  • North Carolina--October 27
  • North Dakota--(in some counties) October 24
  • Utah--October 25
States that allow "in-person absentee" voting without an excuse:
  • Idaho--October 24
  • Indiana--October 12
  • Iowa--September 29
  • Maine--October 9
  • Massachusetts--October 24
  • Minnesota--September 23
  • Montana--October 14
  • New Jersey--September 24
  • Ohio--October 12
  • Oklahoma--November 3
  • South Dakota--September 23
  • Vermont--September 24
  • Wisconsin--September 26
  • Wyoming--September 29
States that only allow early voting in-person
  • Louisiana--early voting begins October 25
  • Texas--October 24
  • Tennessee--October 19
  • West Virginia--October 26
States that do not allow excuse-free early voting: Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Virginia. 

Voters in Colorado, Oregon and Washington cast their ballot by mail, negating a need for early voting. 

Happy voting, everyone!
A Special Note to Friends, Supporters
Affected by Hurricane Matthew
As Hurricane Matthew and its aftermath continue to threaten the southeastern United States, we pray for the safety of all those who are either in the storm’s path or are cleaning up in its wake. It’s been a rough week in Florida where leadership there brought Maggie’s List to life. We wish you sunshine instead of showers throughout the southeast!
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