Amy McGrath Tote Bag *preorder*
15" x 16" black recycled cotton tote bags with white print.
When Amy was 13 years old, she dreamed of becoming a fighter pilot, but women were not yet allowed to serve in combat roles in our military. Determined to find a solution, she wrote her elected officials to ask them to change the law. She never heard back from her senator, Mitch McConnell.
After the law was finally changed, Amy attended the U.S. Naval Academy and was commissioned as a Marine Corps officer in 1997. She went on to serve 20 years in the Marines. First, as an F/A-18 weapons systems officer, Amy became the first woman in the Marine Corps to fly a combat mission in an F/A-18. In 2004, she transitioned to become an F/A-18 pilot, achieving her childhood dreams despite senator Mitch McConnell standing directly in her way, voting consistently against equal treatment of women in the workplace, and pretty much everywhere else, since 1984.
Amy McGrath did not let the bullshit keep her from flying, and neither should you.
Kentucky deserves better. America deserves better than the obstructionism, polarization, and extremism championed to fruition by Mitch McConnell, that has brought this once strong nation to its knees.
We all deserve a change.
Amy McGrath for the Commonwealth.
Amy McGrath, to salvage our United States.
(Biographical information copied from the Amy McGrath for Senator website www.AmyMcGrath.com)
$8 per item from the sale of this tote bag will be donated to the Amy McGrath for Senate campaign until November 2020, after which proceeds will be donated to Emerge, an organization dedicated to the recruitment and training of Democratic women to run for office.