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We’re still reeling from the fundraising disparity between male and female US Senate candidates revealed by last week’s fundraising reports. In case you missed the first-quarter numbers: 

  • Ruben Gallego, Arizona: $7.2 million 
  • Jon Tester, Montana: $7.2 million 
  • Jacky Rosen, Nevada: $4 million
  • Sherrod Brown, Ohio: $9.9 million

This gap in the most competitive general election races is bad. But the biggest gap is actually in deep-blue Maryland’s Democratic primary, which is less than three weeks away on May 14: 

  • Angela Alsobrooks: $1.3 million
  • David Trone: $18.5 million (self-funded)

Despite this crush of spending, Angela has closed a double-digit polling gap over the last month, and she just won the Washington Post’s endorsement.

We need her to keep closing that gap, because we’ve seen what happens when an uninspiring man skates through a primary against a game-changing Black woman: He goes on to lose to a ‘moderate’ Republican in the fall (See: Virginia).

That’s a real risk here. Former Gov. Larry Hogan has made this general election race competitive, and Angela is the best candidate to beat him and help maintain women’s representation in the Senate. 

Help her through these next three weeks: Please give to her and the other three women on our brand new 2024 May Primaries slate. All of these women have competitive primaries next month:

  • Sarah Elfreth, MD-3: She is the leading woman in a crowded primary for this open, Safe-D seat. 
  • Janelle Bynum, OR-5: She is in a head-to-head primary for this Toss Up, flippable seat. 
  • Sarah Finger McDonald, OR-State House-16: She is in a head-to-head primary for this Safe-D state legislative district.
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