our candidates

Meet Run with Pride's officially endorsed LGBTQ+ Democratic congressional candidates. From sitting officials to first time candidates, Run with Pride is dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ candidates running for Congress.

 

officials

  Senator Tammy Baldwin U.S. Senate - WI   Tammy Baldwin is the junior United States Senator from Wisconsin and a member of the Democratic Party. She is the first woman elected to represent Wisconsin in the Senate and the first openly gay U.S. Senator in history. She previously served as the U.S. Representative from Wisconsin's 2nd congressional district from 1999 to 2013, as well as serving three terms in the Wisconsin Assembly representing the 78th district. Baldwin defeated her Republican opponent, former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson, in the 2012 U.S. Senate election. A self described "proud progressive", Tammy is considered on of the most liberal members in Congress. She is a staunch fighter for women and LGBT rights.

Senator Tammy Baldwin
U.S. Senate - WI

Tammy Baldwin is the junior United States Senator from Wisconsin and a member of the Democratic Party. She is the first woman elected to represent Wisconsin in the Senate and the first openly gay U.S. Senator in history. She previously served as the U.S. Representative from Wisconsin's 2nd congressional district from 1999 to 2013, as well as serving three terms in the Wisconsin Assembly representing the 78th district. Baldwin defeated her Republican opponent, former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson, in the 2012 U.S. Senate election. A self described "proud progressive", Tammy is considered on of the most liberal members in Congress. She is a staunch fighter for women and LGBT rights.

  Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema U.S. Senate - AZ   Krysten Sinema is the U.S. Representative for Arizona's 9th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Prior to being elected she served in both chambers of the Arizona legislature, being elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2005, and the Arizona Senate. She was elected to Congress in 2012 and became the first openly bisexual U.S. Representative. She is currently running in the 2018 Arizona Senate race to replace Republican incumbent Jeff Flake. If elected, she would be the first openly bisexual person elected to the U.S. Senate and the second openly LGBT person ever to serve in the Senate. Kyrsten is currently a member of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema
U.S. Senate - AZ

Krysten Sinema is the U.S. Representative for Arizona's 9th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Prior to being elected she served in both chambers of the Arizona legislature, being elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2005, and the Arizona Senate. She was elected to Congress in 2012 and became the first openly bisexual U.S. Representative. She is currently running in the 2018 Arizona Senate race to replace Republican incumbent Jeff Flake. If elected, she would be the first openly bisexual person elected to the U.S. Senate and the second openly LGBT person ever to serve in the Senate. Kyrsten is currently a member of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

  Congressman Mark Pocan U.S. House - WI-02   Mark Pocan is the U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 2nd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Mark was sworn in as U.S. Representative following 14 years in the Wisconsin State Assembly. In 1998, he was elected to succeed his long-time LGBT friend and ally Tammy Baldwin as the State Representative from the 78th District, when she left for Congress. He also succeeded Tammy Baldwin in the House of Representatives after she was elected to the United States Senate in 2012. Congressman Pocan is small business owner, union member and lifelong advocate for progressive causes. Mark is currently a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

Congressman Mark Pocan
U.S. House - WI-02

Mark Pocan is the U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 2nd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Mark was sworn in as U.S. Representative following 14 years in the Wisconsin State Assembly. In 1998, he was elected to succeed his long-time LGBT friend and ally Tammy Baldwin as the State Representative from the 78th District, when she left for Congress. He also succeeded Tammy Baldwin in the House of Representatives after she was elected to the United States Senate in 2012. Congressman Pocan is small business owner, union member and lifelong advocate for progressive causes. Mark is currently a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

  Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney U.S. House - NY-18   Sean Patrick Maloney is the U.S. Representative for New York's 18th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Congressman Maloney is the first openly gay person to be elected to Congress from New York. He has a distinguished background in business and public service. He served as a senior advisor in President Bill Clinton’s White House as part of a team that balanced the budget and paid down the debt, all while helping create over eight hundred thousand jobs in New York. Sean is currently a member of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney
U.S. House - NY-18

Sean Patrick Maloney is the U.S. Representative for New York's 18th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Congressman Maloney is the first openly gay person to be elected to Congress from New York. He has a distinguished background in business and public service. He served as a senior advisor in President Bill Clinton’s White House as part of a team that balanced the budget and paid down the debt, all while helping create over eight hundred thousand jobs in New York. Sean is currently a member of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

  Congressman David Cicilline U.S. House - RI-01   David Cicilline is the U.S. Representative for Rhode Island's 1st congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Before being elected to Congress in 2010, David had previously served as Mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, from 2003 to 2011, and was the first openly gay mayor of a U.S. capital. In 2015, Cicilline introduced the Equality Act to extend comprehensive anti-discrimination protections to the LGBT community in public accommodations, housing, employment, federal funding, education, credit, and jury service. David is currently a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

Congressman David Cicilline
U.S. House - RI-01

David Cicilline is the U.S. Representative for Rhode Island's 1st congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Before being elected to Congress in 2010, David had previously served as Mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, from 2003 to 2011, and was the first openly gay mayor of a U.S. capital. In 2015, Cicilline introduced the Equality Act to extend comprehensive anti-discrimination protections to the LGBT community in public accommodations, housing, employment, federal funding, education, credit, and jury service. David is currently a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

  Congressman Mark Takano U.S. House - CA-41   Mark Takano is the U.S. Representative for California's 41st congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Elected in 2012, Mark became the first openly gay person of color in Congress. He has also served on the Riverside Community College Board of Trustees since 1990. A grandson of Japanese immigrants, Mark was born and raised in California. His family was among those who were forcibly relocated to an American Internment Camp during WWII. Mark is currently a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

Congressman Mark Takano
U.S. House - CA-41

Mark Takano is the U.S. Representative for California's 41st congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Elected in 2012, Mark became the first openly gay person of color in Congress. He has also served on the Riverside Community College Board of Trustees since 1990. A grandson of Japanese immigrants, Mark was born and raised in California. His family was among those who were forcibly relocated to an American Internment Camp during WWII. Mark is currently a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus.

 

candidates

  Joan Greene U.S. House - AZ-05   Joan Greene is a candidate for Arizona’s 5th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. An Arizona native, a small business owner, and proud member of the LGBT community, Joan’s mission is to help make the American Dream available to everyone. Joan graduated from the University of Arizona with a Psychology degree and is the owner of a small marketing company that just celebrated 30 years in business. Joan is now running for Congress to give a voice to progressive issues. She looks forward to moving our country forward to a more inclusive nation where people of all colors, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression will be treated equally.

Joan Greene
U.S. House - AZ-05

Joan Greene is a candidate for Arizona’s 5th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. An Arizona native, a small business owner, and proud member of the LGBT community, Joan’s mission is to help make the American Dream available to everyone. Joan graduated from the University of Arizona with a Psychology degree and is the owner of a small marketing company that just celebrated 30 years in business. Joan is now running for Congress to give a voice to progressive issues. She looks forward to moving our country forward to a more inclusive nation where people of all colors, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression will be treated equally.

  Katie Hill U.S. House - CA-25   Katie Hill is a candidate for California's 25th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Katie earned a Masters in Public Administration and became the Executive Director of PATH (People Assisting the Homeless). Katie raised PATH from a local force for good in Los Angeles with a $5M budget to the largest non-profit provider of homes for the homeless in the state of California, operating with yearly operations of over $50M. Katie believes strongly in her community and that California's 25th District can be at the forefront of progress.

Katie Hill
U.S. House - CA-25


Katie Hill is a candidate for California's 25th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Katie earned a Masters in Public Administration and became the Executive Director of PATH (People Assisting the Homeless). Katie raised PATH from a local force for good in Los Angeles with a $5M budget to the largest non-profit provider of homes for the homeless in the state of California, operating with yearly operations of over $50M. Katie believes strongly in her community and that California's 25th District can be at the forefront of progress.


  Lauren Baer U.S. House - FL-18   Lauren Baer is a candidate for Florida’s 18th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. She is married to her wife, Emily, and has one daughter, Serena. As an attorney and foreign policy expert, Lauren served as an official in the Obama Administration and as senior advisor to Secretaries of State Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, and to U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power. Now, Lauren lives in Palm Beach Gardens and works as a consultant for Albright Stonebridge Group, the global strategy firm founded by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

Lauren Baer
U.S. House - FL-18

Lauren Baer is a candidate for Florida’s 18th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. She is married to her wife, Emily, and has one daughter, Serena. As an attorney and foreign policy expert, Lauren served as an official in the Obama Administration and as senior advisor to Secretaries of State Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, and to U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power. Now, Lauren lives in Palm Beach Gardens and works as a consultant for Albright Stonebridge Group, the global strategy firm founded by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

  Sharice Davids U.S. House - KS-03   Sharice Davids is a candidate for Kansas' 3rd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Sharice graduated from Johnson County Community College and went on to earn a law degree from Cornell Law School. In 2016, she served as a White House Fellow in Washington during the Obama-Trump transition. Sharice is a nationally recognized expert on economic and community development in Native communities. She is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, a Native American tribe and has lived and worked on Native American reservations, working with tribes to create economic development opportunities, programs, and initiatives. If elected, Sharice would become our nation's first openly lesbian Native American congresswoman.

Sharice Davids
U.S. House - KS-03

Sharice Davids is a candidate for Kansas' 3rd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Sharice graduated from Johnson County Community College and went on to earn a law degree from Cornell Law School. In 2016, she served as a White House Fellow in Washington during the Obama-Trump transition. Sharice is a nationally recognized expert on economic and community development in Native communities. She is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, a Native American tribe and has lived and worked on Native American reservations, working with tribes to create economic development opportunities, programs, and initiatives. If elected, Sharice would become our nation's first openly lesbian Native American congresswoman.

  Angie Craig U.S. House - MN-02   Angie Craig is a candidate for Minnesota’s 2nd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. She first ran for Congress in 2016 but narrowly lost in what would be one of the closest races in the country. Her career has centered around health policy, government relations, and corporate communications, most recently leading the St. Jude Global Human Resources Group since 2011. Angie first came out at the age of 18, and moved to Minnesota, in part, because the state allowed her to adopt her wife’s son. Angie is married to her wife, Cheryl, and has a son, Joshua.

Angie Craig
U.S. House - MN-02

Angie Craig is a candidate for Minnesota’s 2nd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. She first ran for Congress in 2016 but narrowly lost in what would be one of the closest races in the country. Her career has centered around health policy, government relations, and corporate communications, most recently leading the St. Jude Global Human Resources Group since 2011. Angie first came out at the age of 18, and moved to Minnesota, in part, because the state allowed her to adopt her wife’s son. Angie is married to her wife, Cheryl, and has a son, Joshua.

  Rick Neal U.S. House - OH-15   Rick Neal is a candidate for Ohio's 15th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. After College, Rick Joined the Peace Corps and worked in Morocco for five years as a teacher and health educator. He continued his work in places like Cambodia, Congo, and Afghanistan. Rick served to make sure people had access to clean water, launched hospital reconstruction projects and set up refugee camps. In 2014, Rick went to Liberia in West Africa to help fight Ebola. He worked to set up a 100-bed field hospital that could treat patients in a safe and humane setting. Rick is a passionate public servant who believes in standing up and take action when called, no matter the obstacles. He is the first openly gay man from Ohio to run for Congress. Rick is married to his husband, Tom, and has two daughters.

Rick Neal
U.S. House - OH-15

Rick Neal is a candidate for Ohio's 15th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. After College, Rick Joined the Peace Corps and worked in Morocco for five years as a teacher and health educator. He continued his work in places like Cambodia, Congo, and Afghanistan. Rick served to make sure people had access to clean water, launched hospital reconstruction projects and set up refugee camps. In 2014, Rick went to Liberia in West Africa to help fight Ebola. He worked to set up a 100-bed field hospital that could treat patients in a safe and humane setting. Rick is a passionate public servant who believes in standing up and take action when called, no matter the obstacles. He is the first openly gay man from Ohio to run for Congress. Rick is married to his husband, Tom, and has two daughters.

  Jamie McLeod-Skinner U.S. House - OR-02   Jamie McLeod-Skinner is a candidate for Oregon’s 2nd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. In 2004, Jamie became the first lesbian elected to the Santa Clara City Council, serving for 8 years. She is a former city manager, city planner, and worked for the International Rescue Committee in Bosnia, Herzegovina, and Kosovo. Her top priorities include creating clean energy jobs and fighting for universal health care. Jamie is married to her wife, Cass, and has four children.

Jamie McLeod-Skinner
U.S. House - OR-02

Jamie McLeod-Skinner is a candidate for Oregon’s 2nd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. In 2004, Jamie became the first lesbian elected to the Santa Clara City Council, serving for 8 years. She is a former city manager, city planner, and worked for the International Rescue Committee in Bosnia, Herzegovina, and Kosovo. Her top priorities include creating clean energy jobs and fighting for universal health care. Jamie is married to her wife, Cass, and has four children.

  Lorie Burch U.S House - TX-03   Lorie Burch is a candidate for Texas' 3rd Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Lorie attended the American University in Washington where she interned as an investigator with the Public Defender Service of Washington, DC. Lorie then went on to get her law degree at George Washington University School of Law. Lorie opened her own practice in Plano, Texas in 2004. Beyond Lorie's practice she has been a leader and advocate for her community. She works to serve the LGBTQ+ community, the elderly, children with special needs, veterans, and everyone in between. Lorie is married to her wife, Kimberly, and has two daughters. If elected, Lorie would become the first openly lesbian Congresswoman in Texas history.

Lorie Burch
U.S House - TX-03

Lorie Burch is a candidate for Texas' 3rd Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Lorie attended the American University in Washington where she interned as an investigator with the Public Defender Service of Washington, DC. Lorie then went on to get her law degree at George Washington University School of Law. Lorie opened her own practice in Plano, Texas in 2004. Beyond Lorie's practice she has been a leader and advocate for her community. She works to serve the LGBTQ+ community, the elderly, children with special needs, veterans, and everyone in between. Lorie is married to her wife, Kimberly, and has two daughters. If elected, Lorie would become the first openly lesbian Congresswoman in Texas history.

  Gina Ortiz Jones U.S. House - TX-23   Gina Ortiz Jones is a candidate for Texas’ 23rd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Gina is a former Air Force intelligence officer and a veteran of the Iraq war. After her service in the U.S.A.F., she worked for the Pentagon’s Defense Intelligence Agency becoming a special advisor to the deputy director. She eventually moved to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative where she worked until her announcement for Congress. Texas’ 23rd congressional district is considered one of the most competitive in the nation. If elected, Gina would become the first openly lesbian congresswoman in Texas history.

Gina Ortiz Jones
U.S. House - TX-23

Gina Ortiz Jones is a candidate for Texas’ 23rd congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Gina is a former Air Force intelligence officer and a veteran of the Iraq war. After her service in the U.S.A.F., she worked for the Pentagon’s Defense Intelligence Agency becoming a special advisor to the deputy director. She eventually moved to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative where she worked until her announcement for Congress. Texas’ 23rd congressional district is considered one of the most competitive in the nation. If elected, Gina would become the first openly lesbian congresswoman in Texas history.

  Eric Holguin    U.S House - TX-27   Eric Hill is a candidate for Texas' 27th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Eric was born and raised in South Texas and graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Eric has worked hard to give the underrepresented people a voice. Eric has been fighting for his community since he ran for City Council in Corpus Christi as a college student, to working for a U.S. Congresswoman and the New York City Comptroller. Eric is determined to work hard for his community by advancing a range of issues dealing with education, infrastructure, housing, senior citizens, small businesses, healthcare, homelessness, LGBTQ+, and more.

Eric Holguin
U.S House - TX-27

Eric Hill is a candidate for Texas' 27th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Eric was born and raised in South Texas and graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Eric has worked hard to give the underrepresented people a voice. Eric has been fighting for his community since he ran for City Council in Corpus Christi as a college student, to working for a U.S. Congresswoman and the New York City Comptroller. Eric is determined to work hard for his community by advancing a range of issues dealing with education, infrastructure, housing, senior citizens, small businesses, healthcare, homelessness, LGBTQ+, and more.

  Kathy Ellis  U.S House - MO-08   Kathy Ellis is a candidate for Missouri’s 8th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Kathy is a sixth-generation Jefferson County, Missouri resident. Kathy has had an impressive career that includes working as a psychotherapist, a Certified Reciprocal Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, a Clinical Social Worker and a Director of a Woman's halfway house. Kathy is prepared to fight for issues like unavailable polling locations, good jobs are hard to find, healthcare is difficult to access and the public education system being attacked by the current administration. Kathy is motivated to stand up and become the voice for the underrepresented people in Missouri's 8th Congressional District. If elected, Kathy will become Missouri's first openly LGBTQ+ Congresswoman in history.

Kathy Ellis
U.S House - MO-08

Kathy Ellis is a candidate for Missouri’s 8th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Kathy is a sixth-generation Jefferson County, Missouri resident. Kathy has had an impressive career that includes working as a psychotherapist, a Certified Reciprocal Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, a Clinical Social Worker and a Director of a Woman's halfway house. Kathy is prepared to fight for issues like unavailable polling locations, good jobs are hard to find, healthcare is difficult to access and the public education system being attacked by the current administration. Kathy is motivated to stand up and become the voice for the underrepresented people in Missouri's 8th Congressional District. If elected, Kathy will become Missouri's first openly LGBTQ+ Congresswoman in history.

  Lee Castillo U.S House - UT-01   Lee Castillo is a candidate for Utah's 1st Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Lee was born and raised in Utah and attended the University of Utah where he earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Lee has been dedicated to serving his community by working as an Airmen at Hill Air Force Base’s Family Practice Clinic, helped keep families together through the Utah Division of Child and Family Services, and working for the Utah State Hospital with people suffering from mental illness in the county jails. Lee is passionate about being the voice for the underrepresented and vows to fight for his community.

Lee Castillo
U.S House - UT-01

Lee Castillo is a candidate for Utah's 1st Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Lee was born and raised in Utah and attended the University of Utah where he earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Lee has been dedicated to serving his community by working as an Airmen at Hill Air Force Base’s Family Practice Clinic, helped keep families together through the Utah Division of Child and Family Services, and working for the Utah State Hospital with people suffering from mental illness in the county jails. Lee is passionate about being the voice for the underrepresented and vows to fight for his community.

  Justin DeWitt U.S House - LA-06   Justin DeWitt is a candidate for Louisiana’s 6th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Justin grew up on a strong work ethic, working 40 hours a week throughout high school. Now he works as a crew foreman for a surveying company. Through his work, Justin has been involved in numerous infrastructure projects. Justin is will fight to change the disaster relief system and is determined to work hard for the people of Louisiana. Justin intends to work just as hard as he has in his career and in rebuilding his flooded house to make this system work for everyone. Among other issues that Justin is ready to tackle in Congress are, traffic and infrastructure, equal pay for equal work, paid family leave, and LGBTQ+ rights.

Justin DeWitt
U.S House - LA-06

Justin DeWitt is a candidate for Louisiana’s 6th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Justin grew up on a strong work ethic, working 40 hours a week throughout high school. Now he works as a crew foreman for a surveying company. Through his work, Justin has been involved in numerous infrastructure projects. Justin is will fight to change the disaster relief system and is determined to work hard for the people of Louisiana. Justin intends to work just as hard as he has in his career and in rebuilding his flooded house to make this system work for everyone. Among other issues that Justin is ready to tackle in Congress are, traffic and infrastructure, equal pay for equal work, paid family leave, and LGBTQ+ rights.

  Chris Pappas U.S. House - NH-01   Chris Pappas is a candidate for New Hampshire’s 1st congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. A lifelong Manchester resident and fourth-generation owner of the landmark Puritan Backroom Restaurant, Chris has been a public servant of New Hampshire since 2002, and currently serves as Executive Councilor for District 4. As a community leader, Chris has worked tirelessly to fight the opioid epidemic, expand Medicaid, defend civil rights, and modernize transportation infrastructure. If elected, Chris would become the first openly LGBTQ+ congressional representative in New Hampshire history and the youngest LGBTQ+ member of Congress.

Chris Pappas
U.S. House - NH-01

Chris Pappas is a candidate for New Hampshire’s 1st congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. A lifelong Manchester resident and fourth-generation owner of the landmark Puritan Backroom Restaurant, Chris has been a public servant of New Hampshire since 2002, and currently serves as Executive Councilor for District 4. As a community leader, Chris has worked tirelessly to fight the opioid epidemic, expand Medicaid, defend civil rights, and modernize transportation infrastructure. If elected, Chris would become the first openly LGBTQ+ congressional representative in New Hampshire history and the youngest LGBTQ+ member of Congress.

  Margaret Engrebretson U.S House- WI-07   Margaret Engrebretson is a candidate for Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Margaret is a retired veteran from the U.S Military. Margaret served for 3 years on active duty as an Electricians Mate in the US Navy followed by twenty-one years in the Naval Reserve and Minnesota Air National Guard. Margaret worked as a Deputy Sheriff of Corrections at the St. Louis County Jail in Duluth, Minnesota for two and a half years and applied to University of Wisconsin Law School. Margaret is running for Congress because she loves her country and wants the people of Northern and Western Wisconsin to know someone is standing up for them in Washington. 

Margaret Engrebretson
U.S House- WI-07

Margaret Engrebretson is a candidate for Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. Margaret is a retired veteran from the U.S Military. Margaret served for 3 years on active duty as an Electricians Mate in the US Navy followed by twenty-one years in the Naval Reserve and Minnesota Air National Guard. Margaret worked as a Deputy Sheriff of Corrections at the St. Louis County Jail in Duluth, Minnesota for two and a half years and applied to University of Wisconsin Law School. Margaret is running for Congress because she loves her country and wants the people of Northern and Western Wisconsin to know someone is standing up for them in Washington. 

 

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