New Direction for the GOP Begins at the Local Precinct Level – Conservatives Needed to Run for Office, Volunteer
Anger and frustration continue to mount as Americans express alarm at the direction in which the country is headed. In order to turn the tide and boost mid-term and general election results, conservatives must significantly increase political activity at the local level—the precinct. As the precinct leader, the committee person (or captain) is the only party official directly elected by voters. An individual serving in | Read More »
Year in Review: 2012 in Pictures
A photo compilation of some of the biggest news stories of 2012. To view the photos, click here.
, Allen West
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Young Voter Enthusiasm for Romney High While Young Support for Obama Declines
Young U.S. voters back President Obama by a slimmer margin than they did in the presidential election of 2008. At the same time, a surge in enthusiasm can be seen among young voters who support Republican challenger Mitt Romney. This is according to a poll conducted by the Institute of Politics at President Obama’s alma mater, Harvard University. Among likely voters under the age of | Read More »