Shenna Bellows has been officially endorsed by the Students for a New American Politics (SNAP) PAC in the race for US Senate in Maine.


The SNAP endorsement provides the Bellows campaign with two full-time summer organizing Fellows to assist in the work of amplifying Bellows’ message and connecting directly with voters about what’s at stake in this race.


“I am honored to be endorsed by SNAP and to have the support of two of their full-time student fellows this summer.  Our campaign is truly fueled by the grassroots, and these fellows will provide invaluable organizing skills and energy to our campaign,” Bellows said. “The SNAP endorsement is an investment in the power of grassroots campaigning, and we are looking forward to working closely with them on this race.”


Students for a New American Politics (SNAP) is the nation’s largest student-run political action committee. Founded in 2005, SNAP has raised over $200,000 to support progressive candidates for Congress around the country, while training the next generation of progressive organizers through the SNAP Fellowship program.


“We’re very excited for our Fellows to work on this campaign,” said Zac Krislov, SNAP co-executive director. “Bellows truly values grassroots organizing and connecting with voters, and she is committed to advancing the progressive cause.”


Bellows, the Democratic candidate for Senate running against Republican Susan Collins, has also been endorsed by EMILY’S List and the Progressive Change Campaign Committee.  For more information on SNAP PAC, please visit To learn more about Shenna Bellows, visit

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