The mom necklace that’s the heart of this campaign
The campaign has already received about 4,000 emails, including about 2,000 in support of the campaign and about 1,200 in opposition.
“We will have more to say in the coming days,” the campaign said.
But the campaign has been trying to keep up the momentum, which has already seen it garner more than $15,000 from supporters.
“I am humbled and honored to be on the ballot in this community,” said Teresa Dolan, who’s running for the state Senate and was the first of the moms to be allowed to vote in 2012.
“It’s really gratifying to see so many moms running in this race.
This is what democracy looks like.”
For the most part, the moms who have run for office before have been the loudest voices against Donald Trump, but they’ve all been successful, and that’s been a challenge for the campaign to keep the focus on their voices.
The moms are mostly women of color, and the campaign is trying to raise the profile of women of all races in the state.
The campaign said it’s also working with the state party to expand the campaign.
The campaigns is also holding a webinar with experts in the field to address questions about the campaign’s data, as well as how to build the campaign out to the hundreds of thousands of voters.
The webinar will be held at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 25 at the D.C. headquarters of the National Council of Women and Girls.
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More from The Washington Times: The campaign has raised about $6.5 million so far and has about 1.3 million individual donors.