Minnesota Tea Party Candidates Conservative Info Election Race 2012
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State Senate District 1
Sharon Hewitt (R)
"Pete" Schneider (R)
State Senate District 2
Troy Brown (D)
"Chris" Delpit (D)
Eric Weil (No Party)
State Senate District 3
"J.P." Morrell (D)
State Senate District 4
Wesley Bishop (D)
R. Erich Caulfield (D)
Joseph "Joe" Swider (D)
State Senate District 5
Karen Carter Peterson (D)
State Senate District 6
Mack "Bodi" White (R)
State Senate District 7
Jeffery "Jeff" Arnold (D)
Troy Carter (D)
Leslie Ellison (D)
Troy J. Gainey (R)
Roy A. Glapion (D)
State Senate District 8
John A. Alario Jr. (R)
State Senate District 9
Conrad Appel (R)
John LaBruzzo (R)
Scott Songy (Other)
"Polly" Thomas (R)
State Senate District 10
Daniel R. "Danny" Martiny (R)
State Senate District 11
"Jack" Donahue (R)
State Senate District 12
Brett K. Duncan (R)
"Beth" Mizell (R)
"Mickey" Murphy (D)
John Seal (No Party)
State Senate District 13
Derek Babcock (R)
Dale Erdey (R)
State Senate District 14
Yvonne Dorsey (D)
State Senate District 15
Regina Barrow (D)
Jerrie Davenport Williams (R)
Dalton Honore' (D)
State Senate District 16
Brent Campanella (Other)
"Dan" Claitor (R)
Scott McKnight (R)
State Senate District 17
"Rick" Ward III (R)
State Senate District 18
Eddie Lambert (R)
State Senate District 19
Gary L. Smith Jr. (D)
State Senate District 20
Mark Atzenhoffer (No Party)
Norbert "Norby" Chabert (R)
Michael "Mike" Fesi (R)
State Senate District 21
R. L. "Bret" Allain II (R)
State Senate District 22
Fred "T-Fred" Mills Jr. (R)
State Senate District 23
Patrick Page Cortez (R)
Terry Hughes (Other)
State Senate District 24
Gerald Boudreaux (D)
Ledricka Johnson Thierry (D)
State Senate District 25
Dan W. "Blade" Morrish (R)
State Senate District 26
Jonathan Perry (R)
State Senate District 27
Ronnie Johns (R)
Ginger Vidrine (D)
State Senate District 28
Eric LaFleur (D)
State Senate District 29
Joshua Joy Dara Sr. (R)
Jay Luneau (D)
State Senate District 30
John Smith (R)
State Senate District 31
Gerald Long (R)
State Senate District 32
Neil Riser (R)
State Senate District 33
Vance McAllister (R)
Michael A. "Mike" Walsworth (R)
State Senate District 34
Francis Thompson (D)
State Senate District 35
Stewart Cathey Jr. (R)
James R. "Jim" Fannin (R)
State Senate District 36
Henry Burns (R)
Ryan Gatti (R)
Todd Hollenshead (D)
State Senate District 37
Barrow Peacock (R)
State Senate District 38
Richard "Richie" Burford (R)
Cloyce Clark (R)
John Milkovich (D)
Jemayal Warren (D)
State Senate District 39
"Jim" Slagle (Other)
Gregory Tarver (D)
Scott A. Angelle (R)
Beryl Billiot (No Party)
"Jay Dardenne (R)
Cary Deaton (D)
John Bel Edwards (D)
Jeremy "JW" Odom (No Party)
Eric Paul Orgeron (Other)
S L Simpson (D)
David Vitter (R)
Steve Scalise (R)
David Duke (R)
Rob Maness (R)
Cedric Richmond (D)
Charles Boustany Jr. (R)
John Fleming (R)
Ralph Abraham (R)
Garret Graves (R)
Richard Lieberman (D)
Minnesota Local Christian Conservative Candidates *
Julie Braastad, Anoka County Commissioner, candidate
Penny Steele, Three Rivers Park Commissioner, candidate
Within the covers of the Bible are the answers for all the problems men face. Ronald Reagan
The conservative movement in Minnesota is on life support -- or so the common wisdom goes. Lots of folks predict that the elections will pull the plug. So why is conservative activist Annette Meeks brimming with optimism? She is launching a new organization, the Freedom Foundation of Minnesota, to lead the movement's charge into the future -- and she believes that the future is bright. Is Meeks whistling in the dark? After all, liberals dominate the Minnesota Legislature and the state's constitutional offices, while our center-right governor held on by his fingernails in the 2006 elections. "I'll bet there are more Minnesotans who call themselves conservative, libertarian or free market today than in 1980, when Ronald Reagan was elected president," Meeks responded. "But people are dispirited because they conflate election cycles with the health of the conservative movement, and they get their news from the Chinese water torture -- the steady drip, drip -- of the liberal media. The conservative movement transcends that. It's a vision of personal responsibility, economic freedom and limited government."
Clark Durant US Senate - Conservative Tea Party Choice
Gary Glenn's endorses and is uniting conservative behind Clark Durant for U.S. Senate. Michigan For Conservative Senate (MI4CS), a groundbreaking coalition of a majority of Michigan's TEA Party and Liberty groups from across the entire state, supports their endorsed candidate Gary Glenn in his decision to throw his support behind conservative pro life Clark Durant.
Congressional District and Congress Candidate:
District 01: Dan Benishek, M.D.
District 05: Tom Wassa
District 06: Jack Hoogendyk
District 07: Tim Walberg
District 09: Andrew "Rocky" Raczkowski
District 11: Kerry Bentivolio
District 12: Cynthia Kallgren (R)
An interesting primary battle is brewing in Michigan's 11th district. Nancy Cassis, who has the support of the Michigan GOP establishment, has pledged $200,000 of her own dollars to defeat conservative Kerry Bentivolio.Michigan Candidates for State Legislature Deb Debacker - District 41. (Troy, Clawson) I have heard good things about Deb Debacker, a longtime member of the state committee. She is one of three Republicans seeking this seat, replacing the term-limited Marty Knollenberg.
Tom Leonard - District 93. (Clinton, Gratiot) Staunch conservative Tom Leonard is one of four Republicans vying to replace term-limited rep. Paul Opsommer.
Jason Gillman - District 104. (Grand Traverse) Tea Party leader and Grand Traverse county commissioner Jason Gillman is running in the primary against Republican rep. Wayne Schmidt. Jason needs no introduction on RightMichigan.com, of course.
Michigan elects conservative tea party candidates in the August 2012 Republican Primary. There are no great limits to growth because there are no limits of human intelligence, imagination, and wonder. Ronald Reagan
They say the world has become too complex for simple answers. They are wrong..
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Vote for Nevada Tea Party candidates in the June 12 Republican Primary. Solving our problems and keeping President Obama from regulating our daily lives will only come from electing conservative tea party candidates.
U.S. Senate - Eddie Hamilton
U.S. Congress Dist. 3 - Chris Dyer
U.S. Congress Dist. 4 - Kiran Hill
Assembly Dist #36 - Walt Grudenski
Local: Nye County
County Commissioner Dist. 2 - Frank Carbone
County Commissioner Dist. 3 - Donna Cox
Justice of the Peace - Louis DeCanio
Town Board - Anthony Greco
Town Board - Amy Riches
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When you can't make them see the light, make them feel the heat. Encourage others to vote for NV Tea Party conservative candidates.
This Nevada primary promises to forth a new crop of conservative candidates.
Welfare's purpose should be to eliminate, as far as possible, the need for its own
existence. Ronald Reagan
What we have found in this country, and maybe we're more aware of it now, is one
problem that we've had, even in the best of times, and that is the people who are
sleeping on the grates, the homeless, you might say, by choice. Ronald Reagan
Mitt Romney or Obama, which is the most liberal? Based on Romney as Governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney was more liberal than Obama! Wow! How So?
Romney gave us Romney Care, which Obama care was patterned after. A tie on that
issue. Pushing the abortion issue? Both Mitt and Obama governed aggressively pushing
the pro abortion agenda. Raising Taxes. Romney did more to raise taxes in Mass than
Obama has done. Romney more liberal on that point.
Pushing the Gay Marriage agenda. Romney did more to push and implement the legalization of Gay Marriage in Massachusetts and more than anyone else in the nation to push that agenda. Unfortunately, Romney wins the contest as being more liberal than Obama. Mitt it does not matter how much you say you are conservative, your actions as Governor were profoundly liberal. Good Mormons strongly have Biblical moral values, are pro life, pro family, and pro marriage. Romney has been major disappointment to those who believe in family values, and is liberal like Obama. Still not convinced? See the documentation for yourself at
Documentation on Mitt Romney- Mitt Romney A- Too many flip flops. Does Romney mean what he says? Mitt Romney President
More Mitt Documentation ; Mitt Romney http://notmittromney.com/press/coalition-of-conservatives-launches-not-mitt-romney-effort-in-early-states/ - Mitt Romney http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56637 - Mitt Romney http://www.whichmitt.com/ Mitt Romney http://notmittromney.com/
between the lines Joseph Farah - - Don't be fooled by Romney
By Joseph Farah
Mitt Romney has one chance to become president of the United States. Because of his wealth and his political machine on the ground in early primary states, he has a chance to win the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary, picking up momentum that could ultimately deliver him the Republican nomination. Therefore, consider this an open letter to the good folks of Iowa and New Hampshire: Don't be fooled by this political chameleon, this charlatan, this pretender to the throne. He's as phony as a three-dollar campaign promise. Romney has tried to "re-invent" himself as a presidential candidate following his years as governor of Massachusetts. But when a politician has a record of governance by which to judge him, as Romney does, that should serve as the real test of values, beliefs and abilities — not empty words that actually contradict his actions.
For instance, Romney today claims to be pro-life. Yet he ran for governor as a staunch supporter of abortion on demand. He claims today to be a supporter of traditional marriage and an opponent of same-sex marriage. Yet, as governor of Massachusetts, he did more than any other person alive in the United States to ensure same-sex marriage would be the law of the land in his state.
When the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ordered the state Legislature to write a new law permitting same-sex marriages, Romney, the governor, the chief executive of the state's government, fell all over himself to do something that was not required of him — issuing homosexual marriage licenses. Not only did this action reveal his gutlessness and lack of knowledge of the separation of powers in our system of government, it also suggests he is merely masquerading as someone committed to defending marriage as an institution between one man and one woman. Then there is another key constitutional issue — a real litmus test for anyone who claims to support freedom. Today he claims to be a champion of the Second Amendment, a proud member of the National Rifle Association. Yet, he supported President Clinton's draconian 1994 gun ban, boasting to the Boston Herald: "That's not going to make me the hero of the NRA. I don't line up with a lot of special interest groups."
More recently, just five years ago, as governor he signed into law what is described by some as one of the toughest assault-weapons laws in the country. Romney is one of those politicians — not unlike Hillary Rodham Clinton and her husband — who will do anything and say anything to get elected. That's what certain politicians believe is more important than principle — getting themselves elected. There's no question he's ambitious. But his ambition to become president is based on his ability to fool the electorate, particularly Republican voters, into believing he is something he is not.
I strongly urge the American electorate, especially the key voters in New Hampshire and Iowa, to take that pledge with me. I know the pickings are slim among the leading Republican candidates for president. I know the best and most qualified men running — people like Tom Tancredo and Duncan Hunter — have not made significant showings in the polls. I know Rudy Giuliani and John McCain are both equally unacceptable as alternatives. New Hampshire voters and Iowa Republican activists have a special responsibility to make wise choices. Their decisions can have profound impact on the choices the rest of us have in 2008. Don't be fooled by Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56637 - Mitt Romney http://reason.com/archives/2011/10/19/mitt-romneys-lying-problem
Endorsement of liberal Alan Spector.
Rick Santorum's greatest disappoint to conservatives, was his endorsement and his campaign appearances for liberal Senator Alan Spector in 2004, over the very conservative Congressman. Conservative voters were angry, and in 2006 they voted out Rick Sanatorum by a 18 point margin in his re-election bid, while this brought down 4 Republican congress in defeat also. George W. Bush and his buddy Senator Rick Santorum threw pro-life Congressman Pat Toomey right under the bus when they both campaigned for the very pro-abortion Senator Arlen Spector. Let's see, "pro-life" Bush and Santorum backed a screaming pro-abort when they had the chance to help true-blue friend of the unborn, Patrick Toomey get elected.
One of Bush's best friends, Big Pharma, did everything it could to help him out. It poured in over 8 million dollars to the campaign coffers of those in close races and those it needs help from in the coming months. Big Pharma was particularly concerned about the election outcome, as its Bush-granted Medicare gravy train was at stake. Under the Part D arrangement no negotiation for drug prices to Medicare participants is allowed. This gives Big Pharma billions of dollars of inflated profits at American taxpayer expense. It has been well documented that Big Pharma bought this legislation in the first place, showing that politics in America is not a process for the people but a process for the elite. Many Democrats have threatened to reverse the Big Pharma windfall, while many Republicans like Orinn Hatch (R-UT) have sought to protect it. Rick Santorum http://www.newswithviews.com/Richards/byron14.htm
Rick Santorum - Conservative Alternative?
Rick Santorum - Pro Life?
To his credit, Rick Santorum has a mostly pro life and pro family voting record. But
recently received only a 78% conservative voting record as US Senator. Rating of a D,
on illegal immigration from Numbers USA.
Supported Patriot Act, which increased Federal intrusion into our lives and agrees with Obama that invading Libya does not need Congressional approval despite the fact the Constitution is clear on the point, "Congress shall have power to declare war".
Santorum voted to raise the debt ceiling a half dozen times. In comparison to Mitt Romney and others, Santorum has been consistently more conservative than many of the candidates. Santorum has been a solid pro life Catholic on moral issues, but not as much on fiscal or Constitutional issues.
Santorum has proposed a $250,000 cap on the amount victims of medical malpractice can sue their doctors for. Yet his wife sought twice that much from a chiropractor she said treated her negligently. "The court proceedings are a personal family matter," said Mr. Privacy Rights, in answer to queries from reporters.
Supports allowing President ability to wage war, without congressional approval. How
about the Obama invasion of Libya without congressional approval. 7) "We have found
weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, chemical weapons." -- Santorum in a June 21 press
"[A] senior Defense Department official pointed out that the chemical weapons were not in useable condition. 'This does not reflect a capacity that was built up after 1991,' the official said, adding the munitions 'are not the WMDs this country and the rest of the world believed Iraq had, and not the WMDs for which this country went to war.'" -- FOX News, reporting on Santorum's claims, which were based on long-buried shells left over from the early 1990s. Rick Santorum http://www.pittsburghcitypaper.ws/pittsburgh/top-20-reasons-to-vote-against-rick-santorum/Content?oid=1334340
The quarrel between virtue and freedom is an ancient and profound one. Santorum's suspicion of liberal individualism has a long pedigree and is not without support in American history. Adams, after all, favored sumptuary laws that would restrict conspicuous consumption in order to promote a virtuous frugality. And Santorum is right to observe that no healthy society is made up of people who view themselves as detached and unencumbered individuals.
"But to move from that sociological truism to the proposition that the family is the
fundamental unit of political liberty," says Galston, "goes against the grain of two
centuries of American political thought, as first articulated in the Declaration of
Independence." With It Takes a Family , Rick Santorum has served notice. The bold new
challenge to the Goldwater-Reagan tradition in American politics comes not from the
Left, but from the Right.
The Rick Santorum - anti Regan Candidate for President
An analysis of all of the candidates for president from the Tea Party perspective. The Tea Party Candidates for President
Kentucky for the most conservative tea party candidates for Congress.
Patrick Kelly is the tea party favorite candidate for congress in the 6th District. http://www.patrickkelly2012.com/
Rand Paul and Thomas Massie FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Tea party congressional candidate Thomas Massie could get a public endorsement from his political confidant, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, in Kentucky's crowded 4th District Republican primary race.
Paul's chief of staff, Doug Stafford, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the Kentucky Republican wasn't pleased that incumbent U.S. Rep. Geoff Davis and former U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning endorsed state lawmaker Alecia Webb-Edgington for the job.
"Sen. Paul had decided to stay neutral in the primary in order to keep the playing field level for all the candidates," Stafford said. "But with others seeking to influence the race, Sen. Paul is now reconsidering his decision, and he'll be closely watching the race and how other people participate in it."
Several of Paul's political aides, including Stafford, have been assisting the Massie campaign. One of Paul's former field representatives, Ryan Hogan, is serving as Massie's campaign manager. And Paul's father, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, has endorsed Massie.
. Governor Phil Bryant is our example of a conservative Mississippi Tea Party
Candidate. Election candidates information. for Mississippi primary of August 2, 2011
Democrats have virtually conceded Mississippi state wide races to Republicans. No
candidates for LT. governor from the Democrat Party. It is very important to vote in
the August primary, and in the runoff, as well as in November.
The Democrats appear trying to hang on to the local court houses, which them mostly dominate.
2012 Mississippi candidate recommendations.
For US Senate for Mississippi
E. Allen Hathcock (R) (Tea Party Conservative)
For US Congress for Mississippi MS
Ivo "Trey" Roberts (D) - Tea Party Activist - the Conservative Choice
Bobby Jindal (R) the incumbent governor is running for re election, the RINO Republican.
Ivo "Trey" Roberts (D) - Tea Party Activist - the Conservative Choice,
Lieutenant Governor Candidates:
Billy Nungesser (R)The recommended conservative challenger
Louisiana Attorney General. James "Buddy" Caldwell is more conservative than challenger Ex-Congressman Joseph Cao (R) - Ex-Congressman even voted for Obama care.
Jay Morris, State Representative District 14, which is Northeast Louisiana near Monroe. (Recommended)
Sam Little (R) — District 14, State Representative
Barett Byrd (R) — District 25, State Representative
Lowell "Chris" Hazel (R) — District 27, State Representative
Laura O'Halloran — Livingston Parish Tea Party President -State Rep Dist 81
Pat Phillips (R) — District 89, State Representative
Louisiana former governor Buddy Roemer has announced that he may run for President, a good man.
American Conservative Union PAC has endorsed Jeff Landry in the 3rd Louisiana Congressional District for 2010. He will have a contest primary in 2012.
You know, if I listened to Michael Dukakis long enough, I would be convinced we're in an economic downturn and people are homeless and going without food and medical attention and that we've got to do something about the unemployed. Ronald Reagan
The USA PATRIOT Act broadly expands law enforcement's surveillance and investigative powers and represents one of the most significant threats to civil liberties, privacy and democratic traditions in U.S. history.What is PATRIOT?
The USA PATRIOT Act (officially the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act) was quickly developed as anti-terrorism legislation in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks. The large and complex law received little Congressional oversight and debate, and was signed into law by President Bush Oct. 26, 2001.
PATRIOT gives sweeping search and surveillance to domestic law enforcement and foreign intelligence agencies and eliminates checks and balances that previously gave courts the opportunity to ensure that those powers were not abused. PATRIOT and follow-up legislation now in development threaten the basic rights of millions of Americans.What should I do?
Tell Congress to protect Americans' privacy and free speech rights.
Currently, under the PATRIOT Act, the government can access this private information or other items, without any showing whatsoever that there is a suspicion (much less, "probable cause") that the person whose privacy the government seeks to violate, has committed any offense or is associated in any way with a suspected terrorist or even an associate of a known or suspected terrorist.
Among the other powers that will be sun-setted unless Congress re-authorizes them, is the ability currently enjoyed by the government to secure so-called "roving" wiretaps on phones without even having to provide either the name of the person to be electronically surveilled or the precise location of the phone(s) to be tapped. Such "John Doe" roving wiretaps could subject entirely innocent third parties to having their phone(s) surveilled.
My testimony was essentially to either: (1) permit the three sun-setted provisions to expire because they are not essential to the government's ability to investigate, uncover and prosecute allegations of terrorist activity; or (2) at least limit them to bring them into accord with the Constitution. This would mean simply requiring the government to show minimal evidence that there is at least some suspected link between the person against whom the government is seeking to access private information, and suspected unlawful activity or association with a terrorist or terrorist organization (or a suspected such person or organization).
Predictably, the Republican members on the subcommittee present at the hearing indicated no willingness whatsoever to place any limitations at all on these expansive and, I believe, unconstitutional provisions of the PATRIOT Act, that permit the government to violate a citizen's privacy and gain access to possibly their most private of records, by doing nothing more than telling a judge that the government needs the information because it is "relevant" to some investigation.
Many Members of Congress talk a good game of supporting civil liberties, our right to privacy, and the Constitution itself; but they are more than willing to allow those liberties to be trumped in the name of "fighting terrorism." To them, there is a footnote to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights that says those limitations on government power do not apply if the government says it is "fighting terrorism."
It is funny though — no copy of the Constitution I have been
able to find includes such a footnote.
By Bob Barr — The Barr Code - http://blogs.ajc.com/bob-barr-blog/2011/05/13/does-the-patriot-act-trump-the-constitution/
Bill of Rights - Us Constitution
Amendment IV: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
US Patriot Act - Abolishes Your Freedom from unreasonable searches:
The government may search and seize Americans' papers and effects without probable cause to assist terror investigation.
Under PATRIOT, civil liberties, especially privacy rights, have taken a severe blow:
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It does not matter if you are walking, driving around, or riding on the bus or car. You are bound to run into cars with all sorts of bumper stickers. One could ask: Why do people apply bumper stickers to their cars? There is no one absolute. Car Bumper StickersSecond Front Page Conservative
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