U.S. Senate

Democrats Should Fear The 2018 Midterms

May 30th, 2017 | By

GOP congressional candidate Greg Gianforte body-slammed a reporter the day before the U.S. House special election in Montana and still won by six percent. Democrats should take that as a harbinger of political doom on par with meeting the weird sisters or receiving a visit from Hamlet’s father. You need no ghost come from the

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GOP Candidates Embrace Donald Trump, Clash With Critics

Mar 6th, 2017 | By

Upstart Republican candidates are bear-hugging President Trump and saying their rivals in the party are insufficiently supportive of the president, banking on sustained enthusiasm for Mr. Trump carrying into elections this year and next year.



Alabama Gov. Names Own Attorney General To Take Jeff Session’s Senate Seat

Feb 23rd, 2017 | By

“Throughout my six years in this office, I have wrestled with the Justice Department on an endless number of oppressive federal policies stemming from a total lack of constitutional deference and respect for the states. I am confident that Jeff Sessions will do his part to restore the delicate balance between the states and the federal government that the Founders envisioned.”



Roll Call Report: John Kennedy Likely To Win Louisiana Senate Seat

Dec 6th, 2016 | By

Kennedy’s facing off against Democratic Public Services Commissioner Foster Campbell, who finished second in the primary. As the Democrats’ last chance to redeem themselves in a bruising election year, Campbell is flush with cash and feeling emboldened by Democrat John Bel Edwards’ 2015 victory in the governor’s race. Even if Campbell won, though, Republicans would still control the Senate.



Republican Advantage Numbers In Senate Hinge On Louisiana Runoff

Nov 25th, 2016 | By

Democrats have insisted that they will push to win the only outstanding Senate race in the country – a Dec. 10 runoff election in Louisiana – but it appears to be trending toward the Republican candidate, which would give the party an effective 52-48 majority next year. State Treasurer John N. Kennedy won the most votes.



GING-PAC Endorses John Kennedy For Louisiana Senate Seat

Nov 21st, 2016 | By

Kennedy graduated magna cum laude in political science, philosophy and economics from Vanderbilt, was president of his senior class, and elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received his law degree from the University of Virginia and his B.C.L. degree from Oxford University in England where he was a First Class Honors graduate. John is an adjunct professor at LSU Law School and is a volunteer substitute teacher for East Baton Rouge Parish public schools.



Blunt Re-Elected To Senate Leadership

Nov 17th, 2016 | By

Now, more than ever, it is critical that we maintain an open and robust dialog with the American people about the challenges they’re facing and what we’re doing to address them. We have a tremendous opportunity to move forward with solutions that will give hardworking families in Missouri and across the nation a chance to get ahead, and I’m grateful to be in a position to help lead that effort.



Americans Avoid Left Lurch In Supreme Court

Nov 10th, 2016 | By

Americans on Tuesday likely avoided an extreme leftward lurch that the U.S. Supreme Court probably would have taken under a President Hillary Clinton with a Democrat majority in the U.S. Senate. At issue, with one Supreme Court vacancy already existing and several more possibly to come in the next four years.



Most GING-PAC Endorsed Candidates Won!

Nov 9th, 2016 | By

Yesterday was a great day for GING-PAC endorsed candidates. Out of 28 candidates we supported, three lost and one is facing a runoff in Louisiana on December 10. The Republicans held the Senate and the House and Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, one of the worst, most wicked politicians in American history.



Pray For GING-PAC Candidates!

Nov 8th, 2016 | By

The 115th Congress of the United States will be sworn in on January 4th, 2017. The next president of the United States will not be sworn in until January 20th, 2017. A scenario is now emerging where Judge Merrick Garland of the Federal Appeals Court, who is President Barack Obama’s pick for the Supreme Court vacancy caused by the death of Justice Anthony Scalia, could be confirmed even if Donald Trump were to win the presidential election.