GING-PAC Newsletter, July/August 2018

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CAMPAIGN UPDATE 2018 — July/August 

GING-PAC Endorses New Candidates

Kelli Ward Is Our Pick to Take Jeff Flake’s Senate Seat

Kelli Ward Wants To Replace Sen. Jeff Flake

Former Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward, who is also a practicing MD, is running for Jeff Flake’s Senate seat in the 2018 mid-term election. Ward is a noted social conservative who entered politics in 2012 and served two terms in the Arizona state Senate.

Ward ran against Sen. John McCain in 2016. Despite being outspent 10 to 1 by McCain’s campaign, Kelli ran a good race and Senator McCain only won the primary by 51%. Now, she hopes to win the seat of Senator Jeff Flake who is retiring after one not very inspiring term in office. His voting record and comments while in the Senate made it obvious he had more in common with Chuck Schumer than with genuine conservatives like Sen. Rand Paul.

Ward is facing two other opponents in the August 27 primary. One is former Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was relentlessly hounded by Obama’s DOJ for arresting illegal aliens; also running is Congresswoman Martha McSally, a former combat pilot. Both are conservative.

The Republican candidate who wins the primary will face Democratic Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, who currently represents the 9th Congressional District of Arizona. Sinema’s main claim to fame is that she is the first openly “bisexual” member of Congress – a behavioral trait that is apparently considered valuable by many voters in the 9th district. It may be a handicap for her in a state-wide race, but who knows.

Sinema previously worked for a leftist outfit called the Center for Progressive Leadership which is based in Washington, D.C. It’s one of hundreds of cookie cutter social justice groups working to train radical leftist political leaders. The goal, of course, is socialism and a non-Christian morality that permits everything — except Christianity. The Center dissolved in 2012 and merged its operations with the Social Justice Leadership Group. While it was a separate entity, the Center was funded by a whole host of leftist foundations, including the infamous Gill Foundation, run by a rabid homosexual. George Soros also provided funding.

Sinema has piled up an impressive leftist voting record while in the House of Representatives. She voted against the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and against the No Sanctuary For Criminals Act, which would have banned federal funds to states and localities that provide safe havens for illegal criminals.

As you can see, there’s a lot at stake in this Arizona Senate race. If Sinema wins, she will sit in the Senate for six years, helping implement George Soros’ radical agenda for America. She will vote against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominees. And she will have a vote in important matters such as affirming treaties that America may enter into with other nations.