Massachusetts conservative voter guide candidates recommendations are for the September 6, 2014 primary.
Recommendations are for local, congress, and statewide races.
Congress District 3 - Tom Weaver
Congress District 4 -
Congress District 5 -
Congress District 6 -
Bill Hudak (Write-in Candidate)
Congress District 8 -
Congress District 9 -
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
Conservative Candidates Massachusetts
Massachusetts will elect their conservative candidates in the Massachusetts Primary September 18, 2014. Facing doubts about his philosophical credentials, Republican Mitt Romney today released a letter from Massachusetts conservative luminaries aiming to clarify his record while the state’s governor.
The letter was released about two hours before Romney addressed the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, and during a speech to the group by rival Rick Santorum.
Santorum has joined a third presidential candidate, Newt Gingrich, in casting Romney as a “Massachusetts moderate” rather than a guardian of the conservative ideals to important to Republican primary and caucus voters.
Conservative Candidates Florida 2014 August Republican Primary
Florida will elect their conservative candidates in the Florida Primary August 14, 2014. Conservative voters in the Florida primary set for August 14, 2014 have important choices to make. The Florida Tea Party organizations are well-organized and will be a factor.
Florida will elect Christian candidates on August 14, 2014 in the Republican Florida primary.
Connie Mack - US Senate
Connie Mack has the best chance of any conservative of being elected.
Conservative Pro Life Congressional Candidates from Florida
See list of pro life candidates for Congress for Florida
NAME - DISTRICT OF CONGRESS
Jeff Miller - - 1
Steve Southerland - - 2
Clifford B. "Cliff" Stearns - - 3
Bob Black - - 4
LeAnne Kolb - - 5
Alec Pueschel - - 6
Sandra "Sandy" Adams - - 7
Bill Posey - - 8
John "Q" Quinones - - 9
Daniel Webster - - 10
Darren Ayres Yes, - Not C.W. Bill Young No - - 13
Evelio "EJ" Otero - - 14
Joe Arnold Yes, Not Tom Rooney - - 17
Bob Crowder (R) or Allen West - - 18
Paige Kreegel - - 19
Adam Hasner - - 22
Joseph "Joe" Kaufman - - 23
Rudolph "Rudy" Moise - - 24
Mario Diaz-Balart - - 25
Occupiers held a rally for "artists, musicians, writers and activists" midway between downtown LA and Beverly Hills. The website announcing the event promised a keynote speech by Van Jones and hinted at appearances by Hollywood celebrities. Yesterday, Variety reported that Hollywood did turn out:
Edward Norton, Elijah Wood, Marisa Tomei and Jason Alexander turned out for "All in for the 99%," an effort to engage artists and actors in promoting the "99% Spring," a plan to train 100,000 volunteers in nonviolent action, including protests at corporate shareholder meetings. Van Jones, founder of Rebuild the Dream, has been promoting the plans, and addressed the group.
The event was sponsored by Van Jones' Rebuild the Dream, MoveOn.org, and SEIU among others. MoveOn produced a video showing the celebrities who were on hand including Jack Black (as part of Tenacious D) and Moby.
Conservative Candidate Voter Guide in North Carolina July 17 Runoff
Dan Forest (R) Lt. Governor - Solid Conservative,
Mike Causey (R) - State Insurance Commissioner
Richard Alexander (R) - Superintendent of Education
Ken Jones, N.C. Senate District 2;
Glen Bradley for State Senator 18, Wake Forest, NC
Michael Speciale, N.C. House District 3;
John Bell, N.C. House District 10;
Kent Wilsey for State House of Representatives, Greensboro, NC
Jeremy Adams for State House 6, Washington,Plymouth, Nags Head, NC
Adam Brooks for County Commissioner, Randolph County, NC
Mark Hopp for Alamance County Commissioner, NC
David McFadyen, - District Court judge; Clinton Rowe,
District Court judge; Kirby Smith, candidate for District Court judge;
Rex Bennett, Craven County Board of Education, District 5.
Copy above list, Forward to Church Friends, encourage others to go vote.
Comments U.S. Congress North Carolina:
7th District: Ilario Pantano is the conservative,
Republicans and independents who choose to vote in the May 8 primary will see a stark contrast between polished, 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.
Who is more “conservative”? Who better aligns with Republican Party ideals? And who has the better chance of beating McIntyre in November? Those three points are what voters will consider as they head to the polls.
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.
Conservative Candidates in the 8th District: Richard Hudson
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:
Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/04/10/3164944/9th-district-congressional-candidates.html#storylink=cpy
North Carolina, 11th Congressional District
U.S. Conservative Candidates Indiana 2014
Richard Mourdock - U.S. Senate - Endorsed by Eagle Forum, The NRA
Mike Pence for Governor of Indiana
US Congress Candidates Indiana 2014
Joel Phelps - 1st District Congress
Jackie Walorski, - 2nd District Congress
David McIntosh, - 5th District (New) Congress
Travis Hankins -6th District Congress
Steve Davis - 7th District Congress
Kristie Risk - 8th District Congress
Conservative Candidates Colorado 2014
Colorado will elect their conservative candidates in the Colorado Primary June 26, 2014.
Candidates for Congress Colorado
Richard Murphy (R) Congress District 1
Kevin Lundberg (R) Congress District 2
Doug Lamborn (R) Congress District 5
Colorado State House
21 R Albert Sweet Security
22 R Justin Everett Littleton
48 R Stephen A. Humphrey Severance
Colorado State Senate
8 R Randy L. Baumgardner Cowdrey
10 R Owen Hill Colorado Springs
23 R Vicki Marble Fort Collins
Reuters is reporting that the largest solar company in the world has gone bankrupt. This company won the loan (from U.S. taxpayers and voters but a give me from Obama) but as the Washington Post reported that the company turned down the loan in late September of 2011. The CEO of Solar Trust, Uwe T. Schmidt thought that the loan was "too risky". The Obama administration was willing to loan more than two billion taxpayer dollars to a company who was unwilling to take that kind of risk. The company's bankruptcy filings indicate they employed only nine people. This type of abuse is why conservative voters in Colorado must choose conservative candidates in the June 26, 2014 primary.
Between the organizations which are riddled with Trojan horses and those which are intentionally false, it is a real test of ones discernment to know who should be trusted.
Former President Ronald Reagan said, "The basis of conservatism is a desire for less government interference or less centralized authority or more individual freedom."
Conservative Candidates New Mexico
New Mexico will have elect their conservative candidates in the June 5, 2014 New Mexico primary.
GREG SOWARDS - US Senate for New Mexico.
JEFF BYRD - Congress 3rd District
New Mexico Legislative House Candidates:
15: Kenneth King
17: Robert Cain
33: Angelina Carver
64: Anna Crook
68: Max Barnett
New Mexico Legislative Senate Candidates:
4: Genevieve Jackson
32 Chad A. Hamill
New Mexico conservatives will have their work cut off for them as they have few true pro life conservative candidates from which to choose. Border issues, drug cartel, influx of illegal aliens, loss of jobs, all have influence in New Mexico. Pro Life Christian Conservatives must vote for those who value the constitution. Voter turn-out is critical.
The prominence of divisive social issues — rather than a tight focus on jobs and the economy — in the race for the Republican presidential nomination has delighted Democrats looking ahead to November. They hope that Republican scuffles over birth control will turn off independents, particularly women.
A conservative is someone who adheres to principles of personal responsibility, moral values, and limited government, agreeing with George Washington's Farewell Address that "religion and morality are indispensable supports" to political prosperity.