Candidates

Tennessee Voters Have Clear Choice In Senate Race

Nov 5th, 2018 | By

Watch the latest video at foxnews.com Voters in Tennessee have the opportunity tomorrow to elect a principled social conservative to serve in the Senate for the next six years or a leftist pawn of Chuck Schumer and the Deep State. The choice is clear. Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn explains why.



Josh Hawley: Missouri Voters Don’t Want Open Borders, High Taxes

Nov 2nd, 2018 | By

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is running against Swamp dweller Sen. Claire McCaskill for the Senate on Tuesday. Hawley doesn’t think Missouri voters want higher taxes or open borders. That’s what they’ll get if they vote for McCaskill on Tuesday. She has been a loyal soldier in Chuck Schumer’s army of socialists, pro-abortion zealots, and

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Sen. Ted Cruz On Illegal Invasion & Ban On Birthright Citizenship

Nov 1st, 2018 | By

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) spoke with Shannon Bream late last night on his race against Beto O’Rourke, a former punk rock bass player and self-identified open borders advocate. Sen. Cruz supports President Trump’s border wall and the sending of the military to protect our nation from an invasion of criminals, drug pushers, rapists, and potential

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Three GING-PAC Candidates Speak Out On ‘Hannity’

Nov 1st, 2018 | By

Senate candidates John James, Martha McSally and Marsha Blackburn appeared with Sean Hannity last night to discuss how important this mid-term election is for the future of our nation. All of them are facing radical liberal candidates who are entrenched members of the Deep State ruling class. Watch this important interview and pray for their

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Project Veritas Exposes Code Pink Leftist Kyrsten Sinema

Oct 31st, 2018 | By

A Project Veritas reporter went undercover in the campaign of Code Pink bisexual Kyrsten Sinema to expose her real views on such issues as gun control and illegal aliens. Sinema wants to be the next Senator from Arizona. She’s running against GOP former combat pilot Martha McSally. The video is damning evidence of Sinema’s dishonesty.



Marsha Blackburn Discusses Aggressive Campaign By Phil Bredesen

Oct 31st, 2018 | By

Senate candidate leftist Phil Bredesen and his Chuck Schumer allies are waging a vicious disinformation campaign against Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn. She discusses her campaign and the fact that she’s still 6 points ahead of Bredesen, a liberal retread who made Tennessee a magnet for illegal aliens when he was governor. Watch the latest video at

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New Mexico House Candidate Yvette Herrell Runs Powerful Ad Against Socialist Opponent

Oct 30th, 2018 | By

New Mexico House candidate Yvette Herrell released a short, but powerful ad against her Democratic Party opponent this week. Herrell is a strong social conservative and vocal pro-lifer who will be a force for good in the House of Representatives. Her opponent is a pro-abortion zealot.



Missouri AG Explains Why Sen. Claire McCaskill Should Be Fired On Nov. 6

Oct 30th, 2018 | By

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley was on Fox News on Monday to explain why Sen. Claire McCaskill should be fired by Missouri voters on November 6. He says that McCaskill has been a pawn of Chuck Schumer in his “resistance” movement against President Trump. Pray for Josh Hawley! Watch the latest video at foxnews.com



Martha McSally Slams Radical Left Opponent’s Anti-American Views

Oct 29th, 2018 | By

Arizona Senate candidate, Congresswoman Martha McSally appeared on Fox News Monday morning to discuss her national security concerns and her leftist opponent’s open borders and anti-military history. McSally is a former combat pilot who served more than two decades in the U.S. Air Force. Her opponent, Kyrsten Sinema is an open bisexual who is anti-military

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Heartless Democrats Interrupt Call For Moment Of Silence For Synagogue Victims At Blackburn Rally

Oct 29th, 2018 | By

Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn held a campaign rally in Nashville on Sunday with Sen. Lindsey Graham as the keynote speaker. During the event, she called for a moment of silence to remember the 11 people who were gunned down at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Saturday morning. Immediately, a group of half a dozen

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