U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has become something of a fundraising force on behalf of Democratic candidates, especially women.

And she isn’t making an exceptions for Nassau County’s Kathleen Rice or the Southern Tier’s Martha Robertson, both of whom are running for Congressional seats this year.

Rice, the Nassau County district attorney, is seeking retiring Rep. Carolyn McCarthy’s House seat. Robertson, a Tompkins County legislator, is running against Republican Rep. Tom Reed.

Gillibrand sent out a fundraising appeal for both Rice and Robertson on Saturday, along with a shout out to a Illinois Democrat Ann Callis.

In the email, Gillibrand calls Robertson “an experienced local legislator” who is running a “solutions-based campaign.”

Rice, meanwhile, was described as running a campaign that is “gaining real momentum.”

“We have no margin to lose any of our Democratic seats,” Gillibrand wrote.

The appeal was flagged by Nate Shinagawa, Robertson’s campaign chairman and the Democrat who ran a surprisingly strong, but ultimately unsuccessful, race against Reed in 2012.