From Team Hick <[email protected]>
Subject [Roll Call] Gardner named most vulnerable Republican
Date November 9, 2019 12:21 AM
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Roll Call just released its rankings of the U.S. Senators most at risk of losing in 2020--and a familiar name topped the Republicans on the list: Cory Gardner.

That's right. Colorado is shaping up to be the epicenter of the fight for control of the Senate in 2020.

In this race, we'll be up against every dirty special interest with a checkbook. Don't let them buy this seat--chip in today and let's build the grassroots campaign that can take on the Republican machine:

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The flood of money from the other side has already begun.

Last week, we learned that Donald Trump was trying to buy support around impeachment among vulnerable Republican senators, raising six figures for Cory Gardner online after he voted to condemn the House's investigation.

Today, Donald Trump headlined a high-dollar fundraiser on behalf of Gardner and other vulnerable Republicans, named "Save the Senate."

And late last night, Trump attended another last-minute fundraiser to benefit a shady, dark money group with ties to Mitch McConnell that has said it's making the Colorado Senate race one of their top priorities.

So they've made this much clear: National Republicans are pulling out all the stops to hold on to this seat. Mitch McConnell thinks if they can win in Colorado, he can hang on to his majority.

But this Senate seat doesn't belong to Mitch McConnell, or Donald Trump, or even Cory Gardner. It belongs to the people of Colorado.

Chip in today and send a clear message that we intend to take it back in 2020:

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Thank you,

Team Hick


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