Montana, You Need a Strong US Senate Candidate


Who in Montana can replace Jon Tester? The filing deadline has already passed, and there look to be 3-4 Republican Senate candidates. Those in the know, what can you tell us about any of the Republican candidates?


Scott Brown For Senate In 2010, 2012, 2013, and 2014?

I saw this tweet earlier, and it really made me think about the road Scott Brown has traveled. It’s pretty crazy. Assuming Senator John Kerry gets the nod for Secretary of State, the next two years for Scott Brown, may be like the last three years.


Funny Ad Out Of Ohio

This ad, opposing Leftist Sherrod Brown, may be the funniest political ad of the season. Take a look and tell us if you agree:

Ohio’s US Senate Race (along with the US Senate race in Pennsylvania) is among the most important in the country, and a real opportunity to replace a Leftist with a great, patriotic conservative. Check out Josh Mandel and follow him on twitter @JoshMandelOhio

Pro Tom Smith Ad – “Priorities”

A new ad is out in the Pennsylvania US Senate race where Tom Smith is trying trying to unseat the incumbent. This race is very close, the numbers have been drawing closer in recent weeks. This needs to be a national race, we all need to get behind Tom Smith.

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“Pennsylvania families are struggling. But where’s Bob Casey? Casey backed the Wall St. bailout that allowed millions in bonuses to insurance and bank executives. The same ones we bailed out. The same ones who tanked our economy. And now they’ve given Casey over $2 million in campaign cash.

Defeat Bob Casey. We need someone who will fight for Pennsylvania families, not Wall St. millionaires.”

Tom Smith Campaign Ad: Invisible Senator

Tom Smith is running for the US Senate in Pennsylvania against incumbent Bob Casey. Smith has started to move his race from impossible, to possible. As has been reported, Smith went from trailing by 18-20 points, to now trailing by only 5 points, presumably as voters are actually paying attention.  This latest ad from the Smith campaign is pretty sharp:

Pennsylvania has started to move toward Mitt Romney in recent polling, especially after Romney’s sound thumping of Obama in last week’s debate. Polls are starting to show Romney only trailing in Pennsylvania by 2 points and 3 points. As the presidential race tightens, so to the race for the US Senate.

Learn more about Tom Smith on his website, and support his campaign in any way you can if you’re so inclined. This is a US Senate seat that is in play, one of a handful our side can take back so we can demote Harry Reid to minority status.

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Emken for U.S. Senate Statement on July Unemployment Report

(ORANGE COUNTY, CA) – Elizabeth Emken, Republican challenger for U.S. Senate in California, issued the following statement following today’s July unemployment report:

“The July report marks the predictable result of the failed leadership in Washington under Dianne Feinstein and the Senate Democrats. Three and a half years with over 2 million Californians out of work and Feinstein’s only response is to support a massive tax hike that would cost our state over 76,000 jobs and a loss of over $26 billion to our state economy.

“Feinstein’s failed policies are better at crushing hopes than creating opportunity. At a time when the overwhelming majority of Californians think our state is headed in the wrong direction, it’s more important than ever to replace the entrenched politicians that have controlled our politics for nearly half a century and send a leader for California’s future to Washington.”


Learn more about Elizabeth Emken and get engaged with her campaign at – this is a race we need to all care about.

Ed Martin Op-Ed: Will ‘American Dream’ Become The American Burden?

Ed Martin, candidate for the U.S. Senate in Missouri, penned a great op-ed in the Kansas City Citizen this past Sunday. Please take a look at the entire column, but there are two sections we wanted to highlight:

“The fed­eral gov­ern­ment should do what most fam­i­lies are doing: cut its bud­get — I sug­gest by 10 per­cent or more. Every depart­ment, at every level, should reduce their bud­get by this amount. This could espe­cially include cuts to agen­cies that have grown too big and intru­sive (e.g. EPA) and rolling back over­bear­ing regulations.”


“Amer­ica is the great­est coun­try the world has known but it did not hap­pen by acci­dent and it won’t stay this way auto­mat­i­cally. The Amer­i­can Dream and the free­dom to suc­ceed make Amer­ica so special.”