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We can send a BLUE representative to Congress. We can have BLUE seats at our local legislatures. It happens door by door, call by call, and rally by rally in each and every town throughout our county.
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In an environment when disinformation is running rampant, it is incumbent on us to take every opportunity possible to speak out in our local communities.
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When Democrats Vote, Democrats Win!
Rural voters are swing voters and every vote counts. Some elections can be decided by just a few votes: just ask Nate McMurray of Grand Island, NY! He won his first race for Town Supervisor by just two votes--and lost his first congressional campaign by less than half of one percent.
We need your vote, and we need your help to turn out your family, friends, and neighbors out to vote, too.