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  • Giuliani Memo Suggests Strength Among Conservatives

    04/06/2007 7:58:00 PM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 73 replies · 1,261+ views
    Political Wire ^ | April 6, 2007
    An internal Rudy Giuliani strategy memo "says conservative voters already know and are comfortable with the candidate. The March 22 memo, a copy of which was obtained by The State, quotes polls from Gallup and Newsweek that show Giuliani with a wide lead among self-described conservatives and regular churchgoers and a slim lead among those who say they attend church weekly." Writes strategist Brent Seaborn: "There are, of course, some voters that will never vote for Mayor Giuliani, and we know that we will see polls tighten. But the 'when voters find out about Rudy’s record the sky will fall'...
  • Giuliani's leadership is right for America (PA. Rep. Charles Dent Endorses Rudy Giuliani)

    04/05/2007 5:23:50 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 31 replies · 496+ views
    McCall ^ | 4/5/07
    As mayor of New York City, Giuliani led an entity with a larger and more diverse population and economy than most of our states and many countries. His leadership example in the nation's largest city is a model for communities all across America, including our cities right here in the 15th District. Rudy has a proven record of fiscal responsibility. The columnist George Will once said of him, ''His eight years as mayor of New York were the most successful episode of conservative governance in this country in the last 50 years.'' Mayor Giuliani inherited a $2.3 billion dollar budget...
  • Giuliani leads McCain in poll of California's GOP (40% strongly conservatives support him)

    04/04/2007 11:01:48 AM PDT · by FairOpinion · 104 replies · 1,106+ views
    Mercury News ^ | April 4, 2007 | Mary Anne Ostrom
    The former mayor of New York leads Sen. John McCain by a 36 percent to 24 percent margin among the state's likely GOP primary voters, and is the choice of nearly four in 10 of those who say they are "strongly conservative." "Voters are not picking up fully on his positions or tending to discount them because of overriding issues like terrorism and Iraq, " DiCamillo said of Giuliani. Only one in five California Republicans say there is no chance they would vote for Giuliani, and he enjoys an 80 percent favorability rating. But no matter which of the top...
  • Attorney General Bill McCollum to Serve as Giuliani Campaign Florida Chairman

    04/04/2007 9:09:35 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 35 replies · 570+ views
    Attorney General Bill McCollum to Serve as Giuliani Campaign Florida Chairman The Rudy Giuliani Presidential Campaign today announced that Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum will lead the Mayor’s efforts in the state. The Mayor made the announcement in Tallahassee with the Attorney General and several members of the Florida State House who will be joining the Mayor’s Florida leadership team. "As a conservative and someone who has been active in national security for decades, I'm honored to help Rudy's team in Florida and I know that he's the candidate most fit to lead the country," McCollum said. "Floridians know Rudy’s...
  • Religious Conservatives Hold on in Iowa

    04/01/2007 10:48:20 AM PDT · by FairOpinion · 72 replies · 1,121+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | April 1, 2007 | MIKE GLOVER
    White evangelicals made up one-third of the electorate in Iowa in the 2004 presidential election, according to exit polls conducted for The Associated Press and the television networks. Two-thirds of them voted for George W. Bush. Nationally, evangelicals were 23 percent of the electorate in 2004 and they voted overwhelmingly for Bush. Republicans suffered a dramatic setback in Iowa in the midterm elections with a Democrat winning the governor's office and Republicans losing two seats in Congress. In addition, both chambers of the state Legislature rolled to Democratic control, and Scheffler acknowledged that a main reason was that religious conservatives...
  • California Congressman George Radanovich Endorses Rudy Giuliani

    03/29/2007 4:54:50 PM PDT · by areafiftyone · 20 replies · 234+ views
    JoinRudy2008 ^ | 3/29/07
    The Rudy Giuliani Presidential Exploratory Committee announced today that Congressman George Radanovich is supporting Mayor Giuliani for President. Congressman Radanovich’s support is just the latest in a growing list of California endorsements which includes fellow Congressional members Mary Bono, David Dreier, Jerry Lewis, Devin Nunes, and Ed Royce. "We need a proven leader with an optimistic vision who can unite our party and our country," said Congressman George Radanovich. "Rudy Giuliani is an experienced, decisive leader who will use the same conservative principles that led to New York City’s revitalization to tackle the difficult issues our country faces today." "I...
  • Conservative think tank lends helping hand to Giuliani

    03/29/2007 11:57:32 AM PDT · by FairOpinion · 194 replies · 334+ views
    Monterey Herald ^ | March 29, 2007 | William Douglas
    In his drive to be the first politician to go from City Hall to the White House, Republican Rudolph Giuliani is being schooled on issues by a conservative think tank that helped him dramatically reshape New York City's public policy during his mayoralty. Giuliani is once again leaning on the expertise of the Manhattan Institute, a conservative brain factory. It was founded nearly 30 years ago by Antony Fisher, who was a mentor to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and a friend to Reagan administration CIA chief William Casey. Before Giuliani's first successful mayoral run in 1993, he sat...
  • Will Rudy make us real? - Importance of state primary could rest on Giuliani

    03/28/2007 5:03:16 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 21 replies · 423+ views
    Ventura County Star ^ | March 28, 2007 | Timm Herdt
    With considerable frequency, given that the boss is a megamillionaire celebrity with a resort home in Idaho, A-list invitations everywhere and a private plane at his beck and call, the staff of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger issues one-sentence advisories to the press Sunday nights or Monday mornings: "The governor has returned to the state." For the next 10 months, those who work for a few other politicians might have to adopt that routine as well. Rudy Giuliani's staff, for instance, or Hillary Clinton's, or John Edwards', or Barrack Obama's or John McCain's. They, too, will return to California again and again...
  • California's GOP primary defies easy predictions

    03/25/2007 11:36:25 AM PDT · by FairOpinion · 14 replies · 400+ views
    Deseret News ^ | March 25, 2007 | Mary Anne Ostrom
    No one would have guessed who's lining up behind whom in California's GOP presidential primary contest. It's got lots of people scratching their heads. Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York, is getting endorsements from key California conservatives despite the fact he is pro-choice, pro-gun control, pro-gay rights. Bill Simon, a dyed-in-the-wool conservative who ran an unsuccessful campaign for governor in 2002, is selling Giuliani to some of the state's most conservative leaders. Simon worked for Giuliani when he headed the U.S. Attorney's office in New York. The two were eating breakfast together in New York on the morning of...
  • Giuliani, in McKinney, says he's a leader

    03/21/2007 1:43:43 AM PDT · by FairOpinion · 32 replies · 566+ views
    McKinney Courier Gazetter ^ | March 20, 2007 | Brandi Hart
    Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani visited The Players Course at Craig Ranch in McKinney on Tuesday for a golf tournament designed to raise money for his presidential exploratory committee. Giuliani, who has not officially announced he will be a candidate, has recently become the front-runner for the Republican nomination in 2008, according to most polls. About 80 people paid up to $2,300 to play golf with Giuliani. The mayor who saw New York City residents through the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center said he could bring leadership to the Republican Party...
  • Giuliani Top Choice Among Both Moderate and Conservative Republicans (New Gallup Poll)

    03/20/2007 8:21:54 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 447 replies · 3,577+ views
    Gallup ^ | 3/20/07
    March 20, 2007 Giuliani Top Choice Among Both Moderate, Conservative Republicans Gingrich, Romney do better among conservatives than moderates by Jeffrey M. Jones GALLUP NEWS SERVICEPRINCETON, NJ -- With the 2008 Republican presidential field beginning to come into shape, there are still questions and apparent opportunities for a favorite "conservative" candidate to emerge. The three leading announced contenders -- Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, and Mitt Romney -- have taken stances in the past that are out of step, if not unpopular, with conservative voters, although all have taken recent steps to try to reassure conservatives. The key question is...
  • Values Aren't Only Concern for SC Republicans

    03/19/2007 8:24:14 PM PDT · by no dems · 36 replies · 437+ views
    The State ^ | March 18, 2007 | Wayne Washington
    The big-name, big-money candidate with big question marks, or the no-name who checks all the right ideological boxes? Values voters in South Carolina — pro-gun rights, anti-abortion and anti-gay marriage conservatives who helped put George W. Bush in the White House and remain a potent force in the Republican Party — are grappling with that question. “I don’t really have a candidate,” said Bob Sawyer, a retired boat distributor who lives in Lexington County. “Right now, it’s open.” National polls show former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., to be the early GOP front-runners,...
  • California State Board of Equalization Member Michelle Steel Endorses Giuliani for President

    03/19/2007 6:33:29 PM PDT · by areafiftyone · 22 replies · 458+ views
    March 19, 2007 Giuliani Notes: California State Board of Equalization Member Michelle Steel Endorses Giuliani for President Michelle Steel, California State Board of Equalization Member for Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Diego, and portions of Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties has ENDORSED Rudy Giuliani for President in an interview with Flap this afternoon. Mrs. Steel, elected this past November is the highest ranking elected GOP woman politician in California. She is also the highest ranking elected Korean-American official in the United States.Steel’s California government website is here.Her biography is here and here.Why Rudy?“America is in a war. He is the...
  • State GOP lining up behind Giuliani. He's won support among California conservatives (& nationally)

    03/17/2007 10:44:36 AM PDT · by FairOpinion · 221 replies · 2,126+ views
    The Californian ^ | March 17, 2007 | DIANA MARRERO
    WASHINGTON - With the presidential election less than two years away, a handful of California lawmakers are already rallying around former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani for the Republican nomination. Among them: conservative Reps. Jerry Lewis of Redlands and Devin Nunes of Visalia and moderate Rep. Mary Bono of Palm Springs. Giuliani, whose stance on abortion, gay rights, gun-control and immigration puts him at odds with the party's conservative base, also has won the support of key California conservatives in recent days. They include Bill Simon, a former Republican candidate for governor and longtime friend, and Steve Frank, publisher of...
  • Red County Interview: Bill Simon On Rudy Giuliani

    02/16/2007 7:53:31 PM PST · by BunnySlippers · 148 replies · 1,872+ views
    Orange County Register Blog ^ | February 14, 2007 | Bill Simon Interview
    Bill Simon: I think Rudy will make an extraordinary President. I don't know of anyone I'm in 100% agreement with respect to every issue -- even my fellow conservatives. So I'm not troubled if I don't agree with someone on every issue as long as they demonstrate very strong leadership qualities, which Rudy does, and a very strong sense of public service, which Rudy does, and a very firm agenda in areas that are important to me and in a way in which he can execute -- all of which Rudy does. When you think about the priorities he's expressed...