From Debbie Stabenow <[email protected]>
Subject Donald Trump is coming to Ohio
Date April 22, 2022 2:23 PM
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My friend, Tim Ryan, is running for Senate in Ohio, and he needs our urgent help.

Here’s why:

Donald Trump is flying to Ohio TOMORROW to rally his right-wing base and prop up extremist JD Vance. Republicans know Ohio will decide Senate control, so they’re pulling out all the stops to keep this seat red.

Will you split a donation of $25 or more between Tim's campaign and mine to help him hit his $100,000 emergency fundraising goal? Your donation will have an immediate impact on his ability to respond to Trump’s attacks.

Donate »

Tim Ryan is one of our best chances to flip a seat blue and expand the Democratic Senate majority. The Wall Street Journal has even called him 2022’s most important candidate, and polls show him within single digits of his GOP opponents.

Strong Democrats like you have Republicans scrambling, so they’re dumping over $80 million to try and tear down Tim’s campaign. But if we have the grassroots power to fight back, I know we can win this race.

With a fragile 50/50 tie in the Senate, we can’t afford to lose this seat — and we can’t let Trump’s attacks against Tim go unanswered. That’s why I’m turning to you:

Please, split a donation between our campaigns to help Tim’s team build the resources they’ll need to fight back against Donald Trump in the days ahead. Your donation could mean the difference between holding our Senate majority or losing it to the Republicans.

Donate »

Thanks for everything you’re doing to help us secure victory in November.

— Debbie

Paid for by Stabenow for U.S. Senate
Stabenow for U.S. Senate
P.O. Box 4945
Lansing, MI 48826
United States
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