Grassroots Update: The countdown is on.

by Kay Rivoli
National Grassroots Director

The countdown is on! Only 15 days till Election!

We are fast approaching the November 4th elections and it is time to BLAST OFF in your efforts to get out the vote. On the state and local levels, it is time to get out the yard signs, walk the precincts, man the phone banks, and start conversations with your family and friends discussing why this election is so important. IT IS TIME TO DEFEAT THE SINISTER SIX and take the gavel out of Harry Reid’s hands. Continue reading

Election Roundup: The cross country race rundown.

by Andy Surabian
Political Director

Georgia
After weeks of smears on businessman David Perdue, Democrat candidate for Senate Michelle Nunn has seemingly taken the lead in the Georgia Senate race. 2 polls released in the last week have shown her with small leads over Perdue. A poll conducted by Survey USA shows her leading Perdue 48% to 45%, while another poll conducted by WRBL showed her leading 45% to 44%. Luckily, both polls are within the margin of error and Perdue is still given a 62% chance of victory in November by the Huffington Post. Continue reading

GOTV Cross Country Edition

by Donlyn Turnbull
Director of New Media

All across America, patriots just like you are taking heed to our GOTV advice. They have been contacting campaigns and finding ways to walk their local precincts. They are becoming informed on their local Tea Party conservative candidates and helping to influence and inform voters in their area. They’ve been talking to family and friends about their candidates of choice and even lining their yards with signs from their favorite conservatives. Continue reading

Interview with Kevin Wade, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Delaware

 

Kevin Wade, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Delaware, talks about the federal government’s disastrous response to the Ebola crisis, as well as veterans’ affairs and the VA scandal, the need to secure our borders, and the overreach of government in the lives of private citizens.

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