Founded in 2011, the Tri-State Maxed-Out Womens PAC is a female-led, grassroots organization that supports pro-choice, viable, Democratic women running for U.S. Congress.
Our 2020 Success Story
Senator Maggie Hassan
Senator Maggie Hassan is the second woman in the state of New Hampshire to be elected as both Governor and U.S. Senator. She was Governor of New Hampshire from 2013 to 2016, served in the New Hampshire State Senate representing District 23 from 2004 to 2010 including serving as majority leader, president pro tempore, and assistant Democratic whip. As governor, she passed two budgets without raising the state’s sales or income taxes. In 1999, Gov. Jeanne Shaheen appointed her to serve on the Advisory Committee to the Adequacy in Education and Finance Commission. In 2016, she was elected as the Democratic member of the U.S. Senate from New Hampshire, defeating incumbent Senator Kelly Ayotte (R) by less than 800 votes. As a senator, from 2017-2020 she was assigned to the following committees: Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, Joint Economic, Health Education, Labor, and Pensions, Finance, and Commerce, Science, and Transportation. In 2020, she has voted against bills like the Ban abortion after 20 weeks and voted for bills including provide federal aid for coronavirus economic impacts and renew FISA surveillance law authorization. On April 25, 2020, the Trump administration invited her to join a bipartisan task force on the reopening of the economy amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Maggie chaired the DSCC Women's Senate Network this past cycle. On December 4, 2020, she announced that she is running for reelection in 2022. Potentially the Republican Governor, Chris Sununu may run against Maggie, and potentially the former Republican Senater, Kelly Ayotte might re challenge Maggie.