Thank You

From the bottom of my heart, thank you. 

You believed in me and put this campaign on the map. You’re the reason why President-Elect Joe Biden, President Barack Obama, Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris, and the DCCC endorsed me. These heavyweights saw something special in us, that special something was you.  

Together, we persisted against America’s most xenophobic congressional campaign in 2018. And after four years of hard work and your generous support, our grassroots campaign to elect the first Mexican-Palestinian American to Congress was making a comeback and defied the odds. 

We raised a formidable $5.5 million from 230,000 unique donations with an average of $24. I'm incredibly proud of how this campaign put people before politics; patients above profits; fought to reward work, not just wealth; and stood up to the fossil fuel industry to save our planet. We left no one out, took no one for granted, and brought this community closer together.

As I mentioned in my San Diego Union-Tribune op-ed, we now have a chance to unite America, by uniting government. First, by winning the Georgia Senate races. Second, passing a relief package to ease the pain of the pandemic and rebuild our economy. Third, signing landmark legislation on immigration, health care, and climate. Fourth, advancing bipartisan legislation on addiction, infrastructure, and child care.

We have a lot of work ahead. To all the young activists, and to the young at heart who felt inspired by this campaign — don’t give up, stay in the arena. I know I will. 

Building this movement with you has been the honor of a lifetime. You gave me a chance to turn our country’s collective pain into collective purpose. Only in America, can the son of a Latina woman from the barrio and an Arab man from a war-torn country have the freedom to reimagine his life, pursue his dreams, and write an American comeback story. 

I’ll never forget the people who lifted me up and poured into this movement, I promise to honor what we’ve built and use it in service of others.

I’ll say it one last time, because candidates never say it enough: thank you. With your support, I know there’s nothing we can’t achieve for our communities and for our country. The best is yet to come. 

Always Yours,

Ammar Campa-Najjar  

About Ca50

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Map of California's 50th Congressional District - Ammar Campa-Najjar for Congress

California's 50th District is located in the eastern and northern part of San Diego County, (plus a portion of the city of Temecula in Riverside County). CA50 has 27% registered Democrats, 25% Independents and 42% Republicans. Though the population is predominantly Caucasian, approximately 30% of residents are Latinos and 15% are of Middle Eastern descent. Our two largest cities are now majority-minority, with Latinos the largest group, and the third city is home to the largest Iraqi-American population outside of Michigan. There are 4 college campuses in the district serving 74,000 students.

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