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A New Year

A New Year

2017 has been a rough year. However, over the last few months, with wins in Virginia, Alabama, and municipalities across Maryland, the tide has begun to turn. Democrats CAN build a progressive majority by electing proven progressives.

We can build a progressive House of Delegates here in Maryland by electing people with a real record of making progressive change-not just making big promises.

We can pass universal health care, win the Fight for $15, close the funding gap in our public school system, fund a reliable and clean public transportation system, and protect immigrants statewide from Trump administration’s brutality. But to do all of that I need your help now. Can you contribute $100, $50 or $25 right now?

Help me finish this year strong. Our goal is to receive 50 grassroots donations by the end of 2017 to show the strength of this grassroots-powered campaign. Can you help me get there?

Best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year!

It’s Official!

It’s Official!

I am delighted to share that yesterday, with my wonderful husband and son by my side, I filed my candidacy papers for the Maryland House of Delegates in District 18!

I have been so encouraged by the energy and enthusiasm you and our neighbors have shared. From meet & greets around the community, to conversations at the doors – your ideas have inspired me and energized this race, and we have only just begun!

Looking for ways to get involved?
Join #TeamShetty today!

Can you donate $25 today to help me reach 25 additional voters?
Join us for an upcoming meet & greet or to knock on doors!
RSVP for an upcoming fundraiser in the community!

Campaign Kickoff

Campaign Kickoff

As Emily begins her race for Maryland State Delegate in District 18, come share your thoughts on issues that matter to you and your family. Emily is a Democrat who has dedicated her career to public service. She is currently the Vice Chair of the Montgomery County Democratic Party, co-chair of the Womans’ Democratic Club advocacy committee, and a former Legislative Director to a senior Member of Congress.

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