The Last Tea Party?
I can only imagine the excitement some might express at the thought…fortunately, it is nowhere near the truth. The 9/12 Tea Parties held simultaneously in Sacramento, St. Louis and Washington, D.C. (in addition to the many smaller events held around the country) represent the last major nationally coordinated events prior to the 2010 Midterms. The disparate Tea Party groups across the country will continue to | Read More »
Missouri Speaks! Analysis On Health Care Freedom Act Blowout
The Missouri Healthcare Freedom Act, known statewide as Prop C, has passed. The final total was 71.1% yes on Prop C, 28.9% No on Prop C. I’d like to congratulate the large number of conservative candidates who made Prop C such an important part of the their campaign. Win or lose, making Prop C an important part of your campaign raised awareness – and I | Read More »
Missouri Is The Concord Bridge For Obamacare Repeal
On August 3, 2010, the Missouri electorate will vote on Proposition C, the Missouri Health Care Freedom Act (MHCFA). Have no doubt – this is the first shot fired against the power grab known as Obamacare. If successful, if we beat back this overreach of federal power in Missouri, other states will move forward. Should we fail – especially with low voter turnout, the media,the | Read More »
America Votes In Missouri Run By Robin Carnahan Staff
Robin Carnahan’s campaign in Missouri was based on a 2008 model. Carnahan won 1.7 million votes in her re-election bid for Secretary of State, buoyed by a great year for Democrats and the presidential year. Her job was to avoid conflict, send out literature showing her picture as Secretary of State, raise money, and and wait to run until the last minute, counting on a | Read More »