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He's a scientist, a teacher, a progressive and a five-time Jeopardy! winner who beat IBMs computer Watson. Please join me in supporting Rush Holt's campaign for US Senate.

If you got to this site via an email we sent, you know this is a first. You've never received a communication from me before about an election campaign.  But this is unique.

This is a special opportunity to make a real difference in our national leadership. I have known Rush Holt for over three decades, and I believe there is no one better prepared and more committed to make an impact in the US Senate on issues that matter to all of us. 

We need Senator Holt. Please contribute what you can to help to make this happen.

--Phil Kellman


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Thank You

Thank you so much for your continued support!  My race for the US Senate has concluded, but our collective effort to highlight progressive issues and move our nation forward continues.
If you would like to make a contribution to my re-election campaign for the US House of 
I encourage you to contribute to our Democratic nominees for New Jersey Governor and Senate.

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