September issue of the GING-PAC newsletter includes new endorsements of candidates in California and Louisiana. Candidate Mike Johnson has worked with Alliance Defending Freedom. Endorsed Senator Rand Paul is working to stop Obama from sending more arms to jihadists in the Middle East and to stop arms from being delivered to the despotic regime of Saudi Arabia.
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When Donald Trump was campaigning in Arizona recently, McCain vented his anger not on Trump so much as on the voters when he complained that Trump was “bringing out the crazies.” The “crazies” have probably not forgotten how McCain teamed up with Ted Kennedy in 2005 and again in 2007 as they tried unsuccessfully to push through immigration reforms that were far too sweeping and which were seen by the voters as amnesty.
Congressman Joe Heck (R-NV) is running for the Senate this year to replace the sleazy Senator Harry Reid who is retiring. GINGPAC endorses Heck for this Senate seat. He is a strong social conservative who will serve honorably in the Senate as he has in the House.
Ward has been endorsed by GINGPAC and is now running neck and neck with McCain according to a report in Breitbart. McCain’s negatives are high. Only 35% of GOP primary voters have a favorable opinion of him and appear to be looking to replace him.
“God is older than government; God is bigger than government; God will out last government. Our rights don’t come from government, our rights come from God. We have always believed that.”
Congressman Scott Garrett (R-NJ) represents the 5th Congressional District in New Jersey and is endorsed for re-election by GINGPAC. Garrett was first elected to Congress in 2002 and is currently a senior member of the House Budget Committee and the House Financial Services Committee.
Numerous GINGPAC endorsed legislators have spoken out against any replacement Obama will pick to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. The legislators do not wish to give Obama a third Justice who will turn the Supreme Court leftward for the next 20 to 40 years. They believe the voters of America should decide who the next President is and let him decide who will replace Scalia.
Numerous GINGPAC endorsed lawmakers spoke at the 2016 Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland last week.
Hundreds of conservatives gathered this week at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland to hear legislators and policy experts discuss our future as a free, secure and prosperous nation. Many of the speakers have been endorsed in past elections by GINGPAC.
In this issue: GING-PAC endorsed Senator Cornyn wins big in Texas GOP primary / GING-PAC endorsed Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) delivered a speech on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives highlighting the plight of Christians persecuted Christians worldwide / Congressman Forbes exposes religious freedom issues in here at home/ A new face: Conservative Republican David Jolly wins special election and is sworn into office.