US Senate Democratic Candidate Shenna Bellows Scores National Progressive Group Endorsement

Posted Tuesday, February 4, 2014 in Politics

US Senate Democratic Candidate Shenna Bellows Scores National Progressive Group Endorsement

by Andi Parkinson

UPDATED: Nationally acclaimed Washington DC based newspaper The Hill has picked up on this endorsement and run a story on it. Locally, mid-coast Maine’s The Times Record ran an editorial, Collins Vs. Bellows. It’s A Race.

The Bellows campaign issued this statement upon hearing about the endorsement:


Big news this morning of an important national endorsement for Maine Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Shenna Bellows- via press release:

Here is the email fundraiser being circulated by PCCC:

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HUFFINGTON POST REPORTS: Democrat Shenna Bellows Raised More Money Than Republican Sen. Susan Collins Last Quarter!

Collins helped block the public option, strong Wall Street reform, and protections for seniors and veterans.

Control of the U.S. Senate is at stake in 2014, and this insurgent progressive could defeat Maine’s Republican senator!

donate 3We’re proud to endorse Shenna Bellows for Senate. Help “expand the map” and win this key race — donate $3 to Shenna today!

Shenna is former Executive Director of the Maine ACLU.

We call Shenna Bellows the “Elizabeth Warren of civil liberties” because she’s campaigning boldly on constitutional freedom and economic populism.

Shenna believes in repealing the Patriot Act, expanding Social Security, and holding Wall Street accountable.

She raised a whopping $331,454, and over 80% of contributions were $100 or less!

Shenna is running a grassroots campaign, fueled by lots of people. “One of the biggest threats to our democracy is big money in politics, so it is refreshing to see that grassroots giving from real people can triumph over corporate interests,” Bellows told the Huffington Post.

Can you donate $3 to elect Shenna Bellows to the U.S. Senate? Click here.

Thanks for being a bold progressive.

– Stephanie Taylor, PCCC co-founder

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