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Massachusetts will elect their tea party candidates in the Massachusetts Republican primary on September 6, 2012
Mass Massachusetts conservative Tea Party candidates recommendations are for the September primary. Recommendations are for local, congress, and statewide races.

Congress District 3 - Tom Weaver

Congress District 4 - David Steinhof

Congress District 5 - Jeff Semon

Congress District 6 - Bill Hudak (Write-in Candidate)

Congress District 8 - Matt Temperley

Congress District 9 - Christopher Sheldon

Mass State Senate District Candidates:
First Essex: Sam Meas
Second Essex and Middlesex: Paul Adams
Fourth Middlesex: DR. Gerry Dembrowski
Second Suffolk and Middlesex: Steve Aylward
Second Worcester: Steve Simonian

MA State House of Representatives District Candidates
18th Essex: Jim Lyons
Sixth Plymouth: Daniel Webster
Deb Beth: 12th Plymouth
Mike Franco 8th District
Mike Franco, candidate for Governor’s Council

Character, in the long run, is the decisive factor in the life of an individual and of nations alike. Theodore Roosevelt Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting; but never hit soft. Theodore Roosevelt Every immigrant who comes here should be required within five years to learn English or leave the country. Every reform movement has a lunatic fringe.

Tea Party Candidates in New Mexico

New Mexico will elect their tea party candidates in the New Mexico Republican primary on June 5, 2012.

GREG SOWARDS - US Senate for New Mexico.

JEFF BYRD - Congress 3rd District

More New Mexico tea party info., The New Conservative was a blog hosted by Google Blogger. I started the blog in February of this year and had posted 17 columns prior to the KSM entry, commenting on political matters and issues affecting the Catholic Church. I would post my entries on Facebook and occasionally would email a link to friends or other interested parties. I received no complaints about the blog whatsoever

Tea Party Candidates in Colorado

Colorado will elect their tea party candidates in the Colorado Republican primary on June 26, 2012 For unflagging interest and enjoyment, a household of children, if things go reasonably well, certainly all other forms of success and achievement lose their importance by comparison. Theodore Roosevelt Freedom from effort in the present merely means that there has been effort stored up in the past.

Tea Party Candidates in Oregon 2012

Oregon will elect tea party candidates on May 15, 2012 in the Republican Oregon primary.

U.S. Congress Tea Party Candidates Oregon:
Lisa Michaels (R) - 1st District Congress Conservative Candidate:
Ronald Green (R) 3rd District Congress
Karen Bowerman, Republican Candidate, for Oregon's 5th Congressional District

Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing. Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.

Voter Guide Conservative Tea Party Candidates North Carolina 2012

VOTE For Amendment ONE (Marriage Protection Amendment)

Governor of North Carolina:
Pat McCrory (R) - A great Conservative and leads the race or Paul Wright - Conservative, Tea Party Favorite,

Dale Folwell (R) Lt. Governor - Solid Conservative, State House Speaker Pro Tem,

Mike Causey (R) - State Insurance Commissioner

Steve Troxler - State Agriculture Commissioner

Mike Beitler (R) - Secretary of State

Greg Dority (R) - State Auditor

Steve Royal (R) - State Treasurer

US Congress List of Conservative Candidates North Carolina

Richard Speer - 2nd Congressional District, Tea Party favorite

Walter Jones Jr. (R) - 3rd District Congress

Congress 4th District, Jim Allen or George Hutchins or Tim D'Annunzio

Bill Flynn - 6th Congressional District

Ilario Gregory Pantano (R) 7th District:

Congress 8th District: - John Whitley Tea Party Favorite or Scott Keadle or Richard Hudson endorsed by Mrs. Jesse Helms
Note: liberal Vernon Robinson publicly campaigned for Barack Obama http://www2.journalnow.com/news/2011/oct/16/wsmain01-vernon-robinson-defends-south-carolina-ca-ar-1504840/

Robert Pittenger 9th District:

Ken Fortenberry - 10th District, Tea Party Candidate.

Mark Meadows - 11th Congressional District

Paul Coble 13th Congress, endorsed by Mrs. Jesse Helms

Support the Conservative Tea Party Slate in North Carolina,

Vote in Presidential Election in North Carolina, anybody but Obama. Mitt Romney remains the front runner. There are those who are still concerned about Romney aggressively pushing the liberal agenda of Romneycare, support for pro abortion, pro gun control, and making Massachusetts a sanctuary state for illegal aliens. Mitt Romney aggressively pushed for the implantation and legalization of gay marriage licenses as well. For those with those concerns, Ron Paul is the most viable conservative candidate left.

Info provided by Conservative Congress

For Local Offices in North Carolina See Candidates list at: http://www.conservative-congress.info/conservative-candidates-voter-info.phtml

Conservative Candidates North Carolina 2012

North Carolina Conservatives will elect their candidates in the May 8, 2012 primary.
VOTE FOR Amendment One (Marriage Protection Amendment)

Governor: - Paul WrightConservative, Tea Party Favorite for Governor

Tea Party Conservative Candidates North Carolina U.S. Congress:

7th District: -Ilario Pantano is the conservative candidate for congress,

Republicans and independents who choose to vote in the May 8 primary will see a stark contrast between polished, Ilario Pantano of Wilmington, a former Marine who covets the national stage and has latched on to illegal immigration as his wedge issue, and Rouzer, a state senator from Johnston County who has less flash but more experience in actual governance. The third candidate, Randy Crow of Bladen County, is merely a distraction.
The Star News Editorial Board will make no recommendation in this or any other primary race (although we will do so in the general election and on the ballot issue on same-sex unions), but we will comment on the horse races and the issues. The truth is, neither can be labeled liberal, although Pantano likes to paint Rouzer as a political insider who wants to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants and doesn’t deserve to call himself a conservative.
8th District:

Two Conservative Candidates in the 8th District:
Fred Steen
Richard Hudson

liberal Vernon Robinson publicly supported Obama- Vernon Robinson Obama Supporter

9th District:
Robert Pittenger is the conservative
Two Republicans running for Congress in the 9th District have waded into the debate over North Carolina’s marriage amendment – from opposite sides.
Edwin Peacock III unveiled a campaign video Tuesday calling the amendment “another unnecessary government hurdle that is bad for business.” He has underscored his opposition in a fundraising letter.
Meanwhile, Robert Pittenger promised to “continue to defend the sanctity of marriage” in his own online video:

Mark Meadows - 11th Congressional District, Conservative Candidate North Carolina, t

Urged on by conservative commentators, waves of newly minted activists are turning to once - obscure books and Web sites and discovering a set of ideas long dismissed as the preserve of conspiracy theorists, interviews conducted across the country over several months show. In this view, Mr. Obama and many of his predecessors (including George W. Bush) have deliberately undermined the Constitution and free enterprise for the benefit of a shadowy international network of wealthy elites. NC North Carolina likes to elect conservative tea party candidates in May 8, 2012

Tea Party Candidates North Carolina 2012

North Carolina will elect their tea party candidates in the North Carolina Republican Primary on May 8, 2012. Many describe emerging from their research as if reborn to a new reality. Some have gone so far as to stock up on ammunition, gold and survival food in anticipation of the worst. For others, though, transformation seems to amount to trying on a new ideological outfit - embracing the rhetoric and buying the books.

These people are part of a significant undercurrent within the Tea Party movement that has less in common with the Republican Party than with the Patriot movement, a brand of politics historically associated with libertarians, militia groups, anti-immigration advocates and those who argue for the abolition of the Federal Reserve.

Tea Party Candidates in Pennsylvania 2012

Pennsylvania will elect their new crop of Tea Party candidates on April 24, 2012 in the Republican primary in Pennsylvania. But their vision of the federal government is frequently at odds with the one that both parties have constructed. Tea Party gatherings are full of people who say they would do away with the Federal Reserve, the federal income tax and countless agencies, not to mention bailouts and stimulus packages. Nor is it unusual to hear calls to eliminate Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. A remarkable number say this despite having recently lost jobs or health coverage. Some of the prescriptions they are debating -secession, tax boycotts, states “nullifying” federal laws, forming citizen militias. Pennsylvania conservative tea party candidates will win.
Loose alliances like Friends for Liberty are popping up in many cities, forming hybrid entities of Tea Parties and groups rooted in the Patriot ethos. These coalitions are not content with simply making the Republican Party more conservative. They have a larger goal - a political reordering that would drastically shrink the federal government and sweep away not just Mr. Obama, but much of the Republican establishment, starting with Senator John McCain.


Tea Party Candidates in Florida

Florida will elect tea party candidates on August 14, 2012 in the Republican Florida primary. Courtesy is as much a mark of a gentleman as courage. Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. Tea party candidates are organized in Florida. If you are a conservative, you are a target. A few years ago, the battleground was FaceBook, where conservative activists, including myself, had accounts disabled and deleted for no apparent reason. Some of us, including me, were lucky and got our accounts back. Others were not so fortunate. Make no mistake. The far left does not like the competition of ideas. They never have because their ideas not only suck, they lose in the market place of ideas.



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