SUPPORT SETH MAGAZINER FOR CONGRESS!
Election experts at the Cook Political Report have officially named the race for RI-02 a “TOSS-UP.” Seth is running for Congress because Democrats must keep the majority to maintain our democratic system of government, expand economic opportunity by making college and workforce training more affordable, ensure every child access to universal pre-K, and lower the cost of prescription drugs.
The choice is clear: Seth will always fight for Rhode Islanders. Fung will stand with national Republicans like Kevin McCarthy and other extreme Republicans who are only loyal to Donald Trump. Contribute today to help Seth win our “Toss-Up” race →
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