Posts Tagged ‘ Senate race ’

Judge Roy Moore Identifies Biggest Threats To U.S.

Oct 29th, 2017 | By

Judge Roy Moore WASHINGTON – Much ado has been made in recent political campaigns about identifying America’s biggest threat. Is it ISIS? Russia? China? North Korea? Actually, the greatest threats to the United States and the preservation of its freedoms come from within, Republican Alabama Senate nominee Judge Roy Moore believes.

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.

What They’re Saying: Senator Feingold Is ‘Busted’

Oct 6th, 2016 | By

The Ron Johnson campaign today released a new ad highlighting Senator Feingold’s lies and broken garage door promise to the people of Wisconsin. The ad, “Busted,” drew local and national attention to the fact that Senator Feingold has raised roughly 70 percent of his campaign funds from outside of Wisconsin, after making a “promise for the future” in 1992 to always raise a majority of his money from state residents.

GING-PAC Endorses Sen. Rand Paul For Re-election To Senate

Aug 17th, 2016 | By

Senator Rand Paul’s stand against overthrowing secular governments in the Middle East, his stand on Saudi Arabia and his Christian faith have earned him my personal endorsement and that of Government Is Not God – PAC.

Mike Rounds Up 24 Points Over Liberal Democrat In South Dakota Senate Race

Oct 24th, 2014 | By

Rounds is a former governor of South Dakota and served five terms in the state Senate. He is facing Rick Weiland, a former staffer to far leftist Tom Daschle – who was one of the chief architects of Obamacare. Daschle was picked to be Obama’s Secretary of Health and Human Services but dropped out after it was revealed he had avoided paying taxes. Weiland, if elected, will be a reliable vote for Obama.

Joni Ernst Within Striking Distance Of Victory In Iowa Senatorial Race

Aug 13th, 2014 | By

GING-PAC endorsed Senate candidate Joni Ernst is moving toward victory in her campaign to replace retiring leftist Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA). Roll Call recently featured Ernst and her liberal opponent Congressman Bruce Braley. Braley was expected to win Harkin’s seat, but after Ernst aired a TV ad that showed him referring to Sen. Charles Grassley as “a farmer from Iowa who never went to law school,” Braley’s expectation of victory began to slip away.

GOP Senate Candidate Gets Boost When Liberal Drops Out Over Plagiarism Scandal

Aug 8th, 2014 | By

The race for the Montana Senate seat just got much better for GING-PAC endorsed candidate Congressman Steve Daines. His opponent, Senator John Walsh dropped out of the race after he was exposed for having plagiarized a paper at the U.S. Army War College.

Racist Democrats Get Pass For Smearing Sen. McConnell’s Chinese Wife

Aug 6th, 2014 | By

A prominent Democrat attacks a spouse of a Republican candidate based on the color of her skin, but the reaction from the national media has been largely muted. One can only imagine the reaction had a GOP operative made the exact same slur against the spouse of a Democratic candidate. There would be wall-to-wall coverage on MSNBC, disapproving editorials from The New York Times, and warnings from the DNC that Republicans are looking to bring us back to the days of internment camps and Jim Crow.

Congressman Paul Broun In Tight Senate GOP Primary Race

May 19th, 2014 | By

“It is clear that we have an utter leadership failure within the VA system. For the sake of those who so bravely served our nation, we cannot have another day pass without addressing this issue. As a U.S. Marine and member of the Navy Reserves, I hold the sacrifices of our nation’s veterans in the highest regard. In fact, I consider taking care of our veterans both a moral imperative and national security issue.

Social Conservative Paul Broun Seeks Senate Seat

Jan 10th, 2014 | By

Congressman Paul Broun (R-GA) is running for the U.S. Senate in Georgia. Broun is a GING-PAC endorsed candidate and long-time friend.

Broun is a committed Christian and social conservative who has fought for biblical values and constitutional government while serving in the House of Representatives.