The Tea Party Candidates List 2012
The ultimate goal of the tea party movement is to support our founders principles of the constitution and limited federal government, states' rights, individual liberty, personal responsibility and free markets. We want replace big government tax and spend and regulate progressives in Congress and the white house with commonsense conservatives that support those core principles
Tea Party Candidates Missouri Election Race 2012
Missouri will elect their Tea Party Candidates in the Missouri Primary election race August 7, 2012.
US Senate - Todd Akin (R) - Tea Party Favorite
Governor - Bill Randles (R) or Fred Sauer (R) -
Lt. Governor - Brad Lager (R) -
Attorney General - Ed Martin
Secretary of State - Shane Schoeller (R)
Tea Party Candidate for Congress for MO
District 2 Randy Jotte (R) Tea Party Conservative
More candidates at: http://www.missourilifepac.org/2012/2012primary_endorsements.pdf
. Unlike many of the politicians, we believe the American people are very smart and if given the facts, history and voting records of each politician in Congress and future candidates, it will be an easy decision for the American voter to make in supporting the most conservative of the available candidates.
Without God, democracy will not and cannot long endure in Missouri.
You can tell alot about a fellow's character by his way of eating jellybeans. Ronald Reagan
GEORGIA Congress Candidates
Ken DeLoach (R) - District 2
District 4 Chris Vaughn (R)
District 9 Doug Collins (New District)
Paul Broun - District 10 - Solid Incumbent (R)*
District 12 Rick Allen (R)
District 13 - Michael Opitz (R)
Public Service Commissioner
PSC 3 - Chuck Eaton
PSC 5 - Stan Wise
Race District Party Inc Name
GA House 20 R I Charlice Byrd
GA House 21 R I Sean Jerguson
GA House 26 R Tom Knox
GA House 45 R I Matt Dollar
GA House 46 R I John Carson
GA House 106 R I Brett Harrell
GA House 114 R Rodney Upton
GA House 117 R Doug McKillip House
GA House 121 R Barry Fleming
Senate 9 R Steve Ramey
Senate 47 R Frank Ginn
T-SPLOST Transportation referendum
Poll reflects evenly divided results.
Fifty-one percent of voters polled this past week in the 10-county Atlanta region said they would reject the 1 percent sales tax, which would fund $7.2 billion worth of road, rail and bus projects. The main project list was negotiated last year by a panel of 21 mayors and county commissioners from across the region.
The Tea Party movement cheered on freshmen Republicans in the House of Representatives to do everything they could to thwart a compromise.
Well, we got a compromise, and ended up with the worst of three worlds: trillions more in debt, no real spending cuts in the near future, and a downgrade of our credit rating. If one option is steering clear of an iceberg (truly reducing our debt) and the other option is running straight into the iceberg (ignoring the debt), a "compromise" that crashes half of the ship into the iceberg is still not a good plan.
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California State Assembly:
AD 01 Brian Dahle
AD 03 Dan Logue
AD 04 John Munn
AD 05 Rico Oller
AD 06 Beth Gaines
AD 08 Peter Tateishi
AD 11 Mike Hudson
38th District: Paul Strickland or Scott Wilk
AD 41 Donna Lowe
AD 42 Brian Nestande
AD 43 Greg Krikorian
AD 45 Chris Kolski
AD 53 Jose Trinidad Aguilar
AD 55 Curt Hagman
AD 63 Jack M. Guerrero
AD 65 Chris Norby
AD 66 Craig Huey
AD 67 Melissa Melendez or Phil Paule
AD 68 Donald P. "Don" Wagner or Greg Kraft
AD 70 Martha Flores-Gibson
AD 72 Troy Edgar
AD 73 Diane L. Harkey
AD 74 Allan R. Mansoor
AD 75 Marie Waldron
Los Angeles County
District Attorney Alan Jackson
Judge Office # 3 Sean D. Coen Judge Office # 10 Sanjay T. Kumar Judge Office # 78 Kenneth R. Hughey Judge Office # 114 Berj Parseghian
Supervisor District 1 Janet Nguyen Supervisor District 3 Todd Spitzer Board of Ed. Area 1 Robert Morris Hammond Board of Ed. Area 3 Ken L. Williams, Jr.
Judge Office # 1 Victoria Cameron Judge Office # 2 Michael J. Kennedy Judge Office # 9 John A. Henry
San Bernardino County
Supervisor District 3 Neil Derry Supervisor District 5 John Taack
Supervisor District 2 Steve Messina
San Diego Mayor: Carl DeMaio
El Dorado County
Superior Court Judge - Steve Valentine Ron Mikulaco Dist. 1 George Turnboo <> Dist. 2 Sue Taylor Dist. 3
Statewide Ballot Measures
VOTE NO ON PROPOSITIONS 28 AND 29
Source of information:
California Conservative Republican Assembly
Conservative California http://www.electionforum.org/
Vote in Presidential Election in California
Anybody but Obama.
Mitt Romney remains the front runner.
There are those who are still concerned about Romney aggressively pushing the liberal agenda of Romney care, support for pro abortion, pro gun control, and making Massachusetts a sanctuary state for illegal aliens. Mitt Romney aggressively pushed for the implementation and legalization of gay marriage licenses as well.
For those with those concerns, Ron Paul is the most viable conservative candidate left.
A vote for Rick Santorum is also a viable option and the Newt Gingrich name also appears on the ballot.
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The Tea Party Candidates 2012 it really doesn't matter what political party the candidate is in but quite frankly we cannot find any currently in the Democrat party near to support these principles. Instead they support a big government, tax and spend and regulate system, which is the opposite of what the tea party movement supports. Don't be fooled by republicans though either. Many in the republican party do not support these core principles either or the tea party movement in general. Many have called them "RINO (republican in name only)" republicans.
But some Tea Party groups say the candidate until now has been unresponsive to their appeals. The Tea Party-tied FreedomWorks organized a counter-demonstration Sunday ahead of Romney's speech to hammer his record and perish the thought that the ex-governor is one of them. "He has not been consistently pro-market, pro-limited government, against government overreach. And that's what we're concerned about," FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe told Fox News. Representatives from a dozen local groups were expected to demonstrate in New Hampshire before Romney's speech. They're also handing out anti-Romney literature titled, "The Issue with Romney is the Issues." Their biggest complaint is the Massachusetts health care plan Romney helped pass as governor of that state -- the program included a requirement to buy health insurance, well before the same mechanism showed up in the Democrats' national health care overhaul. Romney repeatedly has said he opposes President Obama's health care overhaul, and that he understands what works in Massachusetts might not work in other states. Kibbe, though, called the state plan "anathema to Tea Party values." The groups also say Romney has rebuffed prior attempts to meet with him. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/09/04/romneys-tea-party-outreach-met-with-skepticism/#ixzz1YfXxtJZ1
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