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Welcome back to my website!

As you probably heard by now, we emerged from the June 7th primary election with more votes than anyother Democratic candidate. I’m honored to be the Democratic nominee going into the November Election — and I’m proud to be supported by a broad coalition of both Democratic and Republican local elected leaders, firefighters, teachers, nurses, deputies, highway patrol officers, environmental and neighborhood leaders.


This diverse coalition binds us across party lines, voters young and old, leaders in small business, education, agriculture, environment, public safety, health, faith, technology, LGBTQ and women’s issues. What we have in common is that we are LOCAL, and we share a very special region that we are lucky to call home.

If we bring the same gusto to the general election, we will win this Senate seat in November, and put to work this engine of good in the Capitol of the greatest state in the greatest nation in the world.

There is no adequate measure of gratitude I can convey to those of you who are part of the coalition that has brought us this far, so let me just begin to repay the debt with a redoubling of my commitment to serve you with joy, courage and resolve.

I also want to give special thanks to my primary election competitors who brought so much energy, commitment and intelligent ideas to the campaign. It is important for the voters to have good choices when electing their leaders, and I’m honored to have been on the ballot with fellow Democrats Janice Kamenir-Reznik, David Pollock, Shawn Bayliss and George Christopher Thomas.

We still have a lot of work ahead of us to broaden the coalition — and I invite all voters in the 27th District to join!

In appreciation,

Henry Stern

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