Skip to comments.Help these 5 conservatives win: Mandel Ohio Brown Mass. Akin Mo. Harrington and Mack Florida
Posted on 10/12/2012 8:05:34 AM PDT by jmaroneps37
Please send these five conservatives whatever you can to bring them over the line.
Josh Mandel US Senate Ohio
Josh Mandel is the kind of courageous, principled leader we need to bring fiscal sanity to the Senate. In the Senate he will vote to cut taxes, balance the budget, repeal Obamacare, and get rid of the Obama-era regulations that hurt our economy.
Sherrod Brown his opponent has a ZERO lifetime American Conservative Union rating. Rasmussen calls this one a tie at 46/46. With Romney surging in Ohio and Brown another Democrat unable to get above 46% Mandel can win with our help.
Todd Akin US Senate Missouri
Todd Akin is thisclose to Democrat leftist Claire McCaskill. She is another incumbent who is below 46% and ahead just 45.8%/43.5%. We know the whole story about Akins foolish statement, but keep in mind Akin has an American Conservative Union rating of 97% and she has an ACU rating of 15% three points less than Harry Reids 18%.
Scott Brown US Senate Massachusetts
Scott Brown is our man in liberal infested Massachusetts. He is as conservative (74% ACU) as he can be so far above the Mason/Dixon Line. His Democrat opponent is a fraudulent creep ..a fake affirmative action claim.
Karren Harrington Congress vs. Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Harrington is down just 4.5 points to Schultz who beat her 60/39 in 2010. The same poll shows Harrington actually winning by .3% among absolute voters.
The 16 points of undecideds ..liberal 0% ACU rating.
Connie Mack candidate for US Senate Florida
Mack has built a strong conservative record through his efforts to rein in spending, improve our economy, and keep Americans safe.
He voted against TARP and ObamaCare. He is the original sponsor of the Mack-Penny plan (HR 1848)
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Brown is a RINO.
I guess it’s too much to expect MO people to support one who has been ridiculed and cast aside by the establishment.
And what's your point? Do you think a true conservative could get 20% of the vote in that hell-hole of a state where I grew up?