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Received this e-mail today from Shenna Bellows (D. ME) campaign:

Shenna Bellows, Democratic candidate in Maine for US Senate, speaks to the Portland Democratic City Committee town caucus in the East End School cafeteria in Portland, Maine, USA, on March 3, 2014. Bellows is trying to unseat incumbent Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins in the 2014 election. The town caucus had speeches from various other local candidates and also served to choose delegates for the 2014 Maine State Democratic Caucus.
You should have been at the Maine Democratic Convention this past weekend.  After an impressive floor show in which hundreds of supporters marched to the stage, Shenna electrified the crowd with an impassioned speech about her working class roots and commitment to progressive values.

Click here to watch the highlights of her address:

http://bellowsforsenate.com/...

This speech reminded us why we are here, working for Shenna day and night: to give a voice to those who have been "left out and left behind."

If you were as moved as we were, please share the video with friends and family so that our message can spread as far and wide as possible.

Thanks for being with us on this campaign.

Katie Mae Simpson
Campaign Manager
Bellows for Senate

Click here to watch the speech again and to spread it:

http://bellowsforsenate.com/...

Originally posted to pdc on Wed Jun 04, 2014 at 02:31 PM PDT.

Also republished by BellowsforSenate and The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party.

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