Join a Reception for Lauren Baer
Lauren Baer
Congressional Candidate for FL-18

" As a woman and a mom, I understand the importance of reproductive choice, which is why I will always defend a woman’s right to choose. I’ll also fight to ensure that all women—regardless of race, class, or sexual orientation—have access to the healthcare they need. "
Please join Mindy & Ben Speciale, Betsy & Richard Sheerr, and Katie & Brian Baillie for a reception in support of

Lauren Baer
Congressional Candidate for FL-18
Sunday, September 16, 2018
5:00 to 7:00 pm

at the home of
Mindy & Ben Speciale
Philadelphia, PA
(address provided upon RSVP)

JAC is proud to support Lauren Baer for U.S. Congress. An attorney and foreign policy expert, Lauren served as an official in the Obama Administration from 2011-2017, acting as a senior advisor to Secretaries of State Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, and to U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power. She is a strong proponent of JACPAC's issues, including ensuring a strong U.S.-Israel relationship, reproductive rights, a definitive separation of religion and state, and common sense gun violence prevention. She is a DCCC Red to Blue Candidate, and has been endorsed by NARAL Pro-Choice America, the Victory Fund, and JACPAC. Lauren will be an outstanding addition to the U.S. Congress.
Suggested donation levels:

Ticket $100 | Guest $250 | Sponsor $500
Advocate $1,000 | Red to Blue Hero $2,700 | Champion of Change $5,400

Make checks payable to "Lauren Baer for Congress."
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