From the Morning Memo:

The nascent congressional campaign of Democrat Allison Fine on Monday is releasing a video highlighting her candidacy and biography.

Fine is a former national chairwoman of NARAL Pro-Choice America, but she acknowledges in the video voters may have not heard of her until now.

So she’s inviting them to a “living room conservation” about issues she’s focusing on, like climate change, job security and health care for women.

Fine in the video highlights her work in the community, such as being the president of her synagogue, and her time spent living in the suburban Westchester County district.

“As someone who’s fought to protect and expand women’s rights through local activism and as the immediate past national board chair of NARAL Pro-Choice America, I take the responsibility of being the only woman running to build on the legacy of trailblazer Nita Lowey very seriously,” Fine said in a statement.

“But for me, this race is really about a mom who lives and raised her three children in this district and wants to fight for the things that matter most to our community, like affordable health care, investments in green energy to address the climate crisis, and using my tech industry experience to push for strong online protections, especially for children. The work of rebuilding our country begins right here at home. And this is my home.”

Fine is running for the district being vacated by retiring Rep. Nita Lowey and her campaign is being overseen by Metropolitan Public Strategies.

In addition to Fine, Sen. David Carlucci, Assemblyman David Buchwald and former Justice Department official Mondaire Jones are seeking the Democratic nomination.