Election 2014: Republican endorsements

Election 2014: Republican endorsements

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WASHINGTON, November 3, 2014 — The 2014 election is this Tuesday. There are many candidates worthy of endorsements. In general, voters should send a clear message to President Obama. This election is a referendum of his policies. Voters should support every Republican in every race across the country from gubernatorial races down to school boards and judges. Those tempted to vote Libertarian or for some other third party should vote Republican. Those tempted to stay home should vote Republican. While every Republican candidate is endorsed, some deserve extra attention. There is one Democrat in the entire country deserving an endorsement.

Here are the endorsements.


Scott Walker, Wisconsin — The union stranglehold has been broken. Wisconsin is now open for business. His policies are working.

Rick Scott, Florida — He has reduced unemployment and is running against a political charlatan in Charlie Crist who switches parties when it suits him.

Greg Abbott, Texas — His opponent Wendy Davis has run the most vile campaign of any gubernatorial candidate in recent years. Her attacks on the wheelchair-bound Abbott are a disgrace. Abbott is a fine man who deserves to trounce his thoughtless opponent.

Sam Brownback, Kansas — The left is desperate to take down this tax-cutter. A win for him is a victory for conservative economic policies.

Bruce Rauner, Illinois — Pat Quinn has helped bankrupt his state with tax-and-spend hyper-liberalism. He needs to go.

Bob Beauprez, Colorado — John Hickenlooper attacked gun owners, confusing Colorado with Michael Bloomberg’s Manhattan. Hickenlooper should go for refusing to respect the Second Amendment.

Senators: Flipping the Senate is the only way to end the dictatorial rule of Senate Majority Harry Reid. A GOP Senate takeover would allow blocked bills such as the Keystone Pipeline to finally be sent to President Obama. He may veto them, but at least he will no longer be able to hide. The following Senate candidates need support now.

Tom Cotton, Arkansas

Thom Tillis, North Carolina

Bill Cassidy, Louisiana

Dan Sullivan, Alaska

Mitch McConnell, Kentucky

Cory Gardner, Colorado

David Perdue, Georgia

Pat Roberts, Kansas

Joni Ernst, Iowa

Mike McFadden, Minnesota

Scott Brown, New Hampshire

House: There are plenty congressional candidates worthy of support.


Dan Logue, District 3

Tom McClintock, District 4

Johnny Tacherra, District 16

David Valadao, District 21

Tony Strickland, District 25

Mark Reed, District 30

Elan Carr, District 33

Adam King, District 37


Charles Djou, District 1


Susanne Atanus, District 9

Bob Dold, District 10


Lee Zeldin, District 1


Micah Edmond, District 8

State Senate


Ben Allen, District 26 — He is the only Democrat in America who needs to be supported. His is as far left as any other Democrat. He will support every failed liberal policy ever created. The only reason to support him is that he is not Sandra Fluke. A win for Fluke would create a new generation of people who have never worked in the private sector robbing productive citizens and redistributing the funds to those refusing to do so. Fluke could be the next Barbara Boxer. She must be stopped now.

State Assembly


Victoria Seaman, District 34: This businesswoman is smart, capable and competent.


CALIFORNIA: Vote no on everything. The state is broke. Higher taxes and increased spending is not the solution.


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