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EMILY’s List Endorses Elizabeth Esty for Re-Election in Connecticut’s 5th District

EMILY’s List Endorses Elizabeth Esty for Re-Election in Connecticut's 5th District


WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, endorsed Elizabeth Esty for re-election in Connecticut's 5th District. Stephanie Schriock, president of EMILY’s List, released the following statement:

“Whether it's fighting back against the GOP tax bill that rewards big corporations at the expense of working families or championing legislation to promote careers in STEM for women and girls, Elizabeth Esty has been a force in the House of Representatives. That passion and effectiveness is what we need in Washington, especially as Republicans continue to push their dangerous agenda, putting our health care, reproductive choices, and basic rights at risk.

"Elizabeth has shown that she will never back down from a fight – and her work isn't done. EMILY's List is proud to endorse her re-election campaign wholeheartedly."

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