Amy Vilela

former candidate for Nevada's 4th Congressional District

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The filmmakers who made the new Netflix documentary “Knock Down the House” began shooting four first-time female Congressional candidates a year ago.

Running for office for the first time and having it documented on camera

The filmmakers who made the new Netflix documentary “Knock Down the House” began shooting four first-time female Congressional candidates a year ago.

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