Sara is running for Senate to fight for Mainers, not special interests. In the Senate, she’ll work to end the influence of big money on our elections and officials in Washington.
As Maine Speaker of the House, Sara led efforts to crack down on big drug companies and lower health care costs so that Mainers like Paul can afford their medications.
No corporation should pay nothing in taxes while Mainers like Curry are struggling to make ends meet. Sara is running to fight for Maine, not corporate special interests.
Sara has always been deeply committed to bettering our education system – she was initially inspired to run for the Maine State Legislature after volunteering in schools in her community.
In Maine, Sara has been a champion for the environment, and, at the federal level, will take immediate & bold action against climate change.
Sara is running for Senate because politicians in Washington should champion hardworking Mainers like Clayton, a retired postal worker from Washington, Maine.
Sara is a strong advocate for protecting and expanding access to women’s reproductive care, and will always protect a person’s right to make their own health care decision.
In the state legislature, Sara passed legislation and worked alongside addiction professionals like Tim to combat the opioid crisis and save lives.
Sara believes in keeping the promises we've made to seniors and retirees who count on the benefits they have earned through a lifetime of hard work.
Maine is home to 127,000 veterans. Sara believes that the best way to honor their service is to preserve everything they risked their lives for.
Together we’ll elect a senator who will put Maine first.
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