Dear Friend,

Our nation is facing an unprecedented crisis. During this difficult time, I want you to know that I’m committed to doing everything I can to protect the health, safety, and financial security of our families.

In Congress, I’m fighting hard to protect our frontline workers—our health care professionals and first responders. I’m working every day to get relief directly to the small businesses that need help. And I won’t leave behind the essential workers keeping our communities up and running.

As we all do our part and stay home to stop the spread of coronavirus, I’m pushing the administration to take the necessary steps to expand production of personal protective equipment, testing, and other key resources we will need to not only combat the virus, but reopen our economy.

Right now, my campaign is focused on supporting our community – calling our neighbors who are most at risk and making sure they have what they need to get by. These coming weeks will be difficult, but if we all do our part and look after one another, I know that we’ll get through this.

In Service,
Jennifer Wexton

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