Jerry Nadler for Congress

Support Our Most Vulnerable Democratic Members of Congress

Our country is in political crisis. Like you, I am horrified by the new lows Republicans in Washington continue to fall to. The only way to stop them is for Democrats to take back the House in 2018.
 
We have a lot of work to do, starting with protecting our most vulnerable Democrats in Congress--"Frontline" Members who were elected by slim margins in districts that supported Trump, and who are already being targeted by right-wing Republican opponents for 2018. I started the Nadler Victory Fund earlier this year to harness the energy and urgency for change we all feel and to support 10 "Frontline" Democrats from the Northeast and key districts around the country.
 
 
Thursday, October 26th, 8:00PM
The W Hotel Union Square
201 Park Avenue South
New York, New York
 
Contributions to the Nadler Victory Fund will go towards supporting the following Members of Congress:
 
Cheri Bustos (IL 17) was first elected to Congress in 2012.  Congresswoman Bustos’ district has historically been hard-fought for Democrats and Congresswoman Bustos is on the National Republican Congressional Committee’s (NRCC) target list for 2018. You can learn more about Congresswoman Bustos at www.cheribustos.com.
 
Matt Cartwright (PA 17) was first elected to Congress in 2012.  Congressman Cartwright won re-election in 2016 in a close race, with 53% of the vote. A majority of his district voted to elect Donald Trump for President in 2016, and Congressman Cartwright is a key target for the NRCC. You can learn more about Congressman Cartwright at cartwrightcongress.com.
 
Elizabeth Esty (CT 5) was first elected to Congress in 2012.  Congresswoman Esty is on the National Republican Congressional Committee’s target list for 2018 and large numbers of voters in her district voted for Donald Trump.  You can learn more about Congresswoman Esty at www.elizabethesty.com.
 
Josh Gottheimer (NJ 5) was first elected to Congress in 2016--the first Democrat to win his heavily Republican district in over 30 years.  Congressman Gottheimer was elected in an extremely close victory with 51% of the vote.  You can learn more about Congressman Gottheimer at josh4congress.com.
 
Annie Kuster (NH 2) was first elected to Congress in 2012.  On the National Republican Congressional Committee’s target list, Congresswoman Kuster narrowly won re-election in 2016 with 49.8% of the vote.  You can learn more about Congresswoman Kuster at www.kusterforcongress.com.
 
Sean Patrick Maloney (NY 18) was first elected to Congress in 2012.  A target of the National Republican Congressional Committee, a majority of Congressman Maloney’s district voted to support Donald Trump. Congressman Maloney was re-elected in 2016 with 55% of the vote.  You can learn more about Congressman Maloney at seanmaloney.com.
 
Rick Nolan (MN 8) served in Congress from 1975-1981 and re-entered national politics in 2012, where he defeated the incumbent Tea Party Congressman from his district.  Congressman Nolan is on the NRCC target list and his district voted overwhelmingly for Donald Trump in 2016. He was re-elected in 2016 with 50% of the vote.  You can learn more about Congressman Nolan at www.nolanforcongress.org.
 
Brad Schneider (IL 10) was first elected to Congress in 2012 as the first Democrat in over 30 years to win his heavily  Republican district. He lost his seat to a Republican challenger in 2014 and was able to regain his seat in 2016 with 53% of the vote.  You can learn more about Congressman Schneider at www.schneiderforcongress.com.
 
Stephanie Murphy (FL 7) was newly elected to Congress in 2016, narrowly defeating long term Republican incumbent John Mica in a district that heavily support Donald Trump for President.  The first Vietnamese-American woman in Congress, whose family immigrated to the United States when she was only 1 years old, Congresswoman Murphy is already being targeted by Republicans in 2018. You can learn more about Congresswoman Murphy at www.stephaniemurphyforcongress.com.
 
Tom Suozzi (NY 3) was first elected to Congress in 2016.  Congressman Suozzi is a target of the National Republican Congressional Committee, and was elected with 53% of the vote.  You can learn more about Congressman Suozzi at suozziforcongress.com.