Skip to comments.GOP is hunting for women candidates (Girlpower RINOs lose primaries)
Posted on 10/15/2014 3:23:34 PM PDT by ObamahatesPACoal
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In WV, the woman candidate lost to Tea Party Candidate replacing Capito.
In Arizona, Jeb backed pro-amnesty McSally tried to get her primary opponent thrown out. She lost the 2010 primary, undermined the 2010 candidate and lost the 2012 House Race narrowly because conservatives consciously voted to keep another McCain from entering Congress. She won the primary with 70%. Pretty weak when she had 1 million and could argue her 2012 performance means she wins in 2014.
David Jolly is like Pat Roberts. Solid on amnesty. The only thing worse than a career politician is a "outsider" who thinks there is too much gridlock and regular people need to go to congress to "make it work".
Todd Akin (who Wagner replaced) at least voted conservative more often than she did.
Of the women being promoted, none of them are conservative enough for the districts they are running for.
Darlene Senger(IL) and McSally were probably the electable candidates in the districts they were running for.
So Representative Ann Wagner of Missouri says the “gender balance” is terrible and unacceptable.
I’d like to tell her what she can do with her RINO feminist identity politics.
I don’t base my vote on sex, race, or ethnicity. I’m not looking for a pet female candidate or a pet black or Hispanic candidate. I just want the most solid conservative, period.
Mia love is doing pretty good.
not only do they lose primaries but they lose general elections. Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman - both lost in California running as liberal republicans.
Her opponent was a Utah Compact supporting RINO. It makes sense that she won.
What about Marilinda Garcia in NH02 and Elise Stefanik in NY21?
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