Tuesday, May 29, 2012

June 5 Primary For CA IA MT NJ NM SD

     Six states will hold primaries on June 5.  See the links below for information relevant to each state.  Please be sure to get out and vote.  The presumptive GOP nominee is known, but there are many other offices for which nominees must be chosen.  California is now operating under the open primary system for everything except Presidential Preference Primaries so vote accordingly.



California - election website
                 
                    primary candidates


Iowa - primary election information

            polling place locator


Montana - elections website 

                  voter information


New Jersey - elections website


New Mexico - elections website


South Dakota -elections website

                         candidate list


Saturday, May 26, 2012

Remember The Fallen

This Memorial Day let us be sure to remember those who have given their lives in defense of this nation.



Sarah Palin: Memorial Day and Rolling Thunder

Governor Palin posted the following to her Facebook page:

Todd and I and our family would like to wish you all a happy Memorial Day weekend. We’d especially like to offer our best wishes to our friends in Rolling Thunder who will be taking part in their Ride for Freedom this weekend in D.C. as they do each year to honor our vets and specifically to bring awareness to POW/MIA issues. We were honored to join them last year.

We were both sad to learn that Preston “Jay” Fairlamb, Jr., one of the organizers of Rolling Thunder and someone who made us so welcome last year, tragically died in an accident last week.  Jay was a Vietnam vet, a retired New Jersey State Trooper, and a great American who will be dearly missed.  Please keep his wife, his children, grandchildren and his innumerable friends in your prayers.

On this Memorial Day weekend, may God bless our brave men and women in uniform.

- Sarah Palin

 Todd and I with Jay last year at Rolling Thunder. Photo by Shealah Craighead

Friday, May 25, 2012

Ted Cruz Ad: Desperate Dewhurst's Amnesty Lies

Oklahoma Primary Voter Registration Deadline

     The Oklahoma primary will be held on June 26 for a wide variety of state and federal offices.  The voter registration deadline for this primary is June 1.  Oklahoma residents, please take heed of this deadline and register to vote if you have not done so already.  See the link below for more information.


Oklahoma elections site

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Sarah Palin Speaks Out On Governor Haley Pinata

From Governor Palin's Facebook page:
This story about the South Carolina AFL-CIO President Donna DeWitt beating a piñata with Governor Nikki Haley’s face on it is disgusting. It’s a perfect example of union boss thuggery. To all the good South Carolina cops and teachers and other good union members out there: this is your union dues at work. Are you comfortable with this? Please, good South Carolina union brothers and sisters, demand your union dues be returned to you; demand an apology; quit your disrespectful union if you believe actions like this don’t represent who you really are. Stiffen your spine because you’re better than this. Respectful union members across this great nation: will you condemn or condone this union “leadership” as they give you one helluva name?

- Sarah Palin
hotair.com

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Sarah Palin On The Record May 22

video courtesy of Sarahnettoo



Sarah Palin Endorses Orrin Hatch

From Governor Palin's Facebook page:
Orrin Hatch is part of the one percent. No, not that one percent you’ve heard about. He’s part of the one percent of national politicians who I think should be reelected. Orrin Hatch is a life-long conservative whose dedication and devotion to the conservative cause and to his beloved and beautiful state of Utah is well documented. Orrin was a Utah state campaign chairman for a fledgling and failing presidential candidate deemed “too conservative” and “unelectable” by the media. Ironically, that candidate was the man who restored our country to be a “shining city on a hill” – Ronald Reagan.

When asked about Orrin Hatch, President Reagan once said: “If every member of the Senate were like Orrin Hatch, we’d be arguing over how to deal with a federal surplus, and that’s why I like to think of Orrin as ‘Mr. Balanced Budget.’ The United States has been strong enough to deter aggression and maintain the peace, in no small degree due to the efforts of Orrin Hatch. He has been a champion of those who fight for freedom.”

As President Reagan said, Orrin is “Mr. Balanced Budget.” Long before the issue of debt was on the forefront of Americans’ minds, Orrin Hatch knew our government would face insolvency if we did not get our budget under control. He sponsored or co-sponsored a Balanced Budget Amendment 17 times, and he voted in favor of a Balanced Budget Amendment at least 9 other times. We know he will use his seniority and influence to dissuade politicians from continuing to raise the debt ceiling without any plan to balance the budget and end these dangerously unsustainable deficits.

Orrin Hatch voted against Obamacare and has pledged to repeal it. While we’re on the topic of Obamacare, which is currently before the Supreme Court, keep in mind that the Supreme Court would not look the way it does today if it were not for Orrin Hatch fighting for conservative nominees on the bench – from Clarence Thomas to John Roberts and Samuel Alito. Unlike other Republican Senators who are up for reelection this year, Orrin voted against both of President Obama’s nominees, Kagan and Sotomayor. And unlike some others, Orrin has gone out of his way to embrace the Tea Party movement.

For the past two years, Orrin has received a 100 percent rating from the American Conservative Union. He’s staunchly pro-life – receiving a 100 percent rating from the National Right To Life Committee. The NRA has given him an A+ rating. Club for Growth listed him as one of the most conservative U.S. Senators and gave him a 99 percent rating.

I join other conservatives like Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, and Tea Party leaders like Sal Russo in encouraging Utah voters to return Orrin Hatch to the U.S. Senate. Since Mark Levin has always got a way with words, read what he recently told Senator Hatch: “I feel that you would be… a terrific elder statesman to a lot of these other young guys who I’m going to be pushing in these other states.” I’m with Mark. That’s spot on.

We need Orrin’s conservative Reagan-like leadership – and our new crop of conservative senators Richard Mourdock, Deb Fischer, and Ted Cruz might need some friendly advice finding their way around the Senate.

- Sarah Palin

P.S. You can learn more about Orrin Hatch by visiting his website www.orrinhatch.com and by following him on Facebook and Twitter.

Cruz TV Ad: Fighter

Texas Primary May 29

     The Texas Republican primary will be held on May 29 to select nominees for President and other federal and state offices.  Among these candidates is Ted Cruz who is running for U.S. Senate and has been endorsed by Sarah Palin.  Please get out and vote for Ted along with other conservatives on the ballot.


Texas elections


Texas voter information



Colorado Primary Voter Registration Deadline

     The Republican primary in Colorado will be on June 26.  This primary will be held to determine a number of candidates who will run for federal and state offices in the fall election.  Colorado residents who are not registered to vote must register by May 29 to be eligible to vote in the primary.  See the web link below for more information.


Colorado elections website

Governor Palin On Hannity Show May 21

Video courtesy of Sarahnettoo





Saturday, May 19, 2012

Nevada Primary Early Voting

     The Nevada primary for federal and state offices will be held on June 12.  Voter registration for this primary ends on May 22 with early voting starting on May 26 and ending on June 8. Please vote and encourage others to do the same.  We need to remove as many RINOs from office as possible on all levels of government and replace them with conservatives.


Nevada elections


Nevada voter guide

Sarah Palin: Happy Armed Forces Day

From Governor Palin's Facebook page:

Happy Armed Forces Day to all our brave men and women in uniform!
 
 

Friday, May 18, 2012

Ted Cruz Ad: Reject The Dewhurst Lies

Texas Early Voting Ends May 25

     The Texas primary is coming up on May 29.  Early voting for this primary ends on May 25.  Governor Palin has endorsed Ted Cruz for Senate.   While this is excellent news considering that two candidates that she recently endorsed in Indiana and Nebraska won, we must not take anything for granted.  We need every conservative vote so please be sure to vote early if necessary.


Texas elections


Texas voter information


Ted Cruz for Senate 

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Mark Levin: Choose Ted Cruz for U.S. Senate

Early Voting For Arizona 8 Special Election

     On June 12, Arizona will hold a special election for the eighth congressional district seat that was held by Gabrielle Giffords until she resigned.  Early voting for this special election begins on May 17.  The republican nominee in this special election is Jesse Kelly.  Please do what you can to support him.


Arizona elections


Jesse Kelly campaign site

Sarah Palin: Congratulations to Deb Fischer

From Governor Palin's Facebook page:
As recently as a week ago, Deb Fischer was dismissed by the establishment. Why? Because she is not part of the good old boys’ permanent political class. The message from the people of Nebraska is simple and powerful: America is looking for real change in Washington, and commonsense conservatives like Deb Fischer represent that change. I applaud Moms like Deb Fischer who are bold enough to step up and run on a conservative platform to restore America and protect our children’s future. Congratulations to the people of Nebraska. As the Huskers’ fight song goes: “The eyes of the land, upon every hand, are looking at you. Fight on for victory!”

- Sarah Palin

Voter Registration Deadline For South Dakota, California Primaries

     The South Dakota primary to select the republican nominee for President and other federal and state elected offices will be held on June 5.  South Dakota residents who need to register to vote before this primary must do so by May 21.  California's primary will also be on June 5.  Likewise, the voter registration deadline for this primary is also May 21.  Please take note of these deadlines and act accordingly.


South Dakota elections


California elections

 

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Arkansas & Kentucky Primaries May 22

     On May 22 both Arkansas and Kentucky will have their primaries for President as well as other offices.  For Arkansas voters, early voting for the primary ends on Monday May 21.  Candidates that are running for office in Arkansas can be found here.  This website gives Arkansas voters information on polling locations.  Kentucky primary voters can find information at this site including sample ballots.  These are lists of candidates running for office in Kentucky.


Arkansas elections


Kentucky elections

Monday, May 14, 2012

Sarah Palin: Ted Cruz for Texas

Governor Palin wrote the following on her Facebook page:
Early voting begins today in the Texas primary. Please remember to vote for Ted Cruz as the next U.S. Senator from the Lone Star State. Todd and I sent the note below to Ted last week:

As the product of a competitive primary, I believe they make us all stronger for general elections. Our nation’s primaries are the hallmark of our system and the debate between candidates is invaluable to voters. Your good grassroots work and direct contact with voters will put us on the path to take back the Senate in 2012 just as we took back the House in 2010.

We’re proud to join conservatives in Texas and throughout the nation in supporting your campaign to become the next Senator from the Lone Star State. Your conservative principles, passionate defense of our Constitution and our free market system come at a time when these cornerstones of our freedom and prosperity are under attack.

Our shared goal isn’t just to change the majority in control of the Senate, but to assure principled conservatives like you are there to fight for us.

You can learn more about Ted by visiting his website at www.tedcruz.org and following him on Facebook and Twitter.

- Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin: Deb Fischer for Nebraska

From Sarah Palin's Facebook page:
Tomorrow voters go to the polls in Nebraska. Please remember to vote for Deb Fischer as the next U.S. Senator from the Cornhusker State. Todd and I sent Deb the following note last week:

Deb - thank you for your note. We have been watching your race closely. Your efforts remind us of those our family put forth for Sarah's races here in Alaska. Winning over voters through personal interactions is the way to go. People are tired of outside interests spending millions of dollars in political attack ads. We're glad to see your grassroots efforts paying off!

We admire your conservative principles and know that you will not go to Washington to amass great wealth or power. You will go to Washington to serve the people of Nebraska, protect our Constitution and work for common sense solutions to help restore America. We are happy to support you and have asked SarahPAC to send a financial contribution to your campaign.

Good luck next Tuesday - the Palins are in your corner.

You can learn more about Deb by visiting her website at www.debfischer2012.com and following her on Facebook and Twitter.

- Sarah Palin

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Tony Lee: Media and Permanent Political Class Attempt to Rewrite 2008 Election

     Tony Lee has written an excellent article in response to the recent attacks on Sarah Palin:
Winston Churchill said “history is written by the victors.” But too often in politics, where professional tacticians want to preserve their permanent paychecks by deflecting their mistakes onto everyone but themselves, losers often desperately attempt to re-write history. 
And that is exactly what GOP establishment operatives, aided and abetted by members of the mainstream media who want to preserve access to them, are now doing to the history of the 2008 presidential campaign, as they attempt to blame Palin--and, by association, non-establishment grassroots conservatives--for their own professional malpractice during that campaign.
In nearly every recent story written about Romney’s vice presidential selection process, a GOP operative is quoted saying something in the vein of “Palin’s shadow hangs over the selection process.”
For example, Sara Fagen, George W. Bush’s political director, told the Associated Press, “There's one thing the people in the Republican establishment agree on: There was clearly not a thorough thought process or vetting that went into the selection of Sarah Palin. They didn't ask the fundamental questions or spend enough time with her...”.
Bill Schneider, in a Politico opinion piece, wrote:
The Palin choice hangs over Romney like a sword of doom... Palin was probably the worst vice presidential choice in modern times. What was McCain thinking? Probably that he needed to shore up his conservative base, which distrusted McCain ever since he challenged conservatives’ ascendancy over the GOP in 2000. Remember McCain’s attack that year on Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell as "agents of intolerance"?
The implication is that McCain lost the 2008 election because of Palin--that Palin was not qualified to be president and had no record of accomplishments. That narrative might help the résumés of the McCain handlers who mismanaged her, most notably Steve Schmidt and Nicolle Wallace. However, it ignores certain key facts, such as how Palin enabled McCain to temporarily take the lead in the 2008 campaign, Palin’s record of reform as Alaska’s governor, and Steve Schmidt’s mismanagement of the McCain campaign -- especially his failure and/or refusal to fully vet candidate Obama.
Do they really believe Palin, who took McCain’s campaign off of life support and put it temporarily in the lead, was a worse vice presidential choice than Thomas Eagleton, Dan Quayle, or John Edwards? As Mark Levin said on his radio show, the establishment is trying to re-write history again because, if not for Palin, McCain would have been a bigger loser.
I highly recommend that you read the whole article.

Here is another piece in the same vein which lays out Governor Palin's accomplishments in a variety of areas.



Early Voting For New Mexico Primary

     The primary in New Mexico for President along with state and congressional offices will be on June 5.  In-person absentee voting for this primary begins May 8 and early voting begins May 19.  This page gives information concerning absentee and early voting along with sample ballots showing primary candidates.  Do what you can to give Governor Martinez more conservatives to work with her.


New Mexico elections

Idaho, Nebraska And Oregon Primaries May 15 Updated

     Idaho will hold a primary on May 15 to select candidates for state and congressional offices.  In person absentee voting for this primary ends on May 11.  Nebraska and Oregon will be holding their primaries for President along with congressional and state offices on May 15.  Nebraska voters have the option of voting early which ends on May 14.  Oregon voters can check out information about their primary with lists of candidates by going here.

Update: Governor Palin has endorsed Deb Fischer for Senate in Nebraska


Idaho elections


Nebraska elections


Oregon elections

New Jersey Primary Voter Registration Deadline

     New Jersey will hold its primary on June 5 to choose republicans to run for President, Congress and state and local offices.  To vote in this primary New Jersey residents must register to vote before May 15.  New Jersey is a "blue" state, but we must do what we can to get as many conservatives into office as possible at all levels of government.


New Jersey elections


New Jersey primary candidates

Monday, May 7, 2012

Early Voting In Arkansas Nebraska And Texas - Updated

     On May 7 early voting begins in Arkansas for the presidential and state judicial offices to be held on May 22.  May 14 is the last day to register to vote  before the primary runoff.  For the Nebraska presidential and statewide primary on May 15, early voting also begins on May 7 and ends May 14.

     The Texas primary will be held on May 29 for President and state offices and early voting begins May 14 and ends May 22.  Please support Ted Cruz for Senate along with other conservatives running for office.     
  
Update: Governor Palin has endorsed Ted Cruz for Senate


Arkansas elections


Nebraska elections 


Texas elections




Voter Registration For Nevada Statewide Primary

     Nevada will be holding a primary for state and congressional offices on June 12.  The last day to register to vote by mail for this primary is May 12.  Nevada residents may register to vote in person at the office of the county clerk/registrar May 13 until May 22.


Nevada elections website


Nevada election calendar

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Voter Registration Deadline For South Carolina Statewide Primary

     South Carolina will be holding its primaries for state and local offices along with a primary for the newly created seventh congressional district on June 12.  These candidates will then have a primary runoff if necessary on June 26.  The voter registration deadline for both the primary and the runoff is May 12.  If you are not registered to vote please do so by this deadline to help elect conservatives to as many positions as possible.


South Carolina election information


South Carolina republican primary candidates



Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Richard Mourdock Ad: Hoosier Values

Latest ad from Richard Mourdock for Senate from Indiana


North Carolina, Indiana, West Virginia Primaries May 8

     On May 8 there will be primaries in North Carolina, West Virginia and Indiana.  Those who are so inclined may continue to vote for either Newt Gingrich or Rick Santorum as they should still be listed on the ballot even though they have suspended their campaigns.  Additionally, voters in North Carolina and West Virginia can vote for "uncommitted" or "no preference" so that delegates will remain free to vote for whichever presidential candidate they choose at the convention.  All Indiana conservatives need to show up at the polls and vote for Richard Mourdock for Senate to replace RINO Dick Lugar.  Mourdock was recently endorsed by Governor Palin.


West Virginia elections


North Carolina elections


Indiana elections