SNAP PAC Endorses Emily Cain ME-02

emily_cain_(1).jpgStudents for a New American Politics PAC (SNAP PAC) is proud to endorse Emily Cain for Maine’s 2nd Congressional seat. SNAP will place two trained fellows - selected from a competitive nationwide pool of applicants - to work as field organizers on Cain’s campaign this summer.


Emily Cain has a strong record of principled leadership. As a legislator in the Maine House of Representative and State Senate, she worked to grow Maine’s economy. As the youngest woman to become Maine House Minority Leader, she has been a vocal advocate for women’s rights. Cain’s legislative service highlights her tireless and effective advocacy for small businesses, students, victims of domestic violence, and working families.


“If you don't like the way government is working, you have to change who you send to represent you. And I believe that to have a real conversation about the future of our nation, young people must be at the table. They have so much at stake. I first entered public service at the age of 24 because I knocked on doors and earned the votes of my neighbors. More than a decade later, I am still out there pushing for more young people to get involved and run. That’s why I am proud to have earned the endorsement of Students for a New American Politics PAC,” said Emily Cain.  


In Congress, Cain’s number one priority will be to create jobs and more economic opportunity for every Maine family by making investments in small businesses, rebuilding infrastructure, lowering student debt, opposing unfair trade deals that cost jobs, and expanding access to workforce training. 


“Emily Cain is a true leader for her constituents and for the country, and cares deeply about the challenges she works to address,” said SNAP PAC executive director Mila Rostain. “We are excited about working with the campaign and are confident that our fellows will have a meaningful organizing experience.”


To learn more about SNAP PAC and its fellowship program, visit To find out more about Emily Cain, visit