Coats Flees Indiana for Welcoming Arms of DC Lobbyists, as Democrats Cheer Him On
The NRSC’s handpicked candidate in Indiana has hit some big obstacles on what he hoped would be a coronation in the GOP primary. After a disappointing fundraising haul, he’s refused to comply with Senate ethics rules by not submitting his financial disclosure forms. And now he’s now facing a surge by grassroots candidate Marlin Stutzman who has raised over $160,000 in just a few days | Read More »
What is Dan Coats Hiding and Why is No One Paying Attention?
One of the purposes of a primary is to get everything out there and let the voters of a party pick who they think is the best candidate to beat the Democrat.To do that, voters need the essential information on a candidate. But Dan Coats is hiding some very key essential information from the voters. He does not want it out there until after the | Read More »
Desperate Dan Coats Tries to Repackage Old As New. Again.
Dan Coats knows he is in trouble in Indiana. Momentum is with Marlin Stutzman who just received endorsements from Mark Levin, David Keene, Jim DeMint, and an A+ rating from the NRA — the highest of any candidate running.So Coats is trying to get free media to say Mike Pence just endorsed him. In reality, way back in February when Coats entered the race, Mike | Read More »
NRA Gets Involved in Indiana. Stutzman Is The Only Guy With an A+ Rating.
The NRA is sending out a postcard to its members in Indiana. You can see it here.The NRA is not endorsing in the race, but notes that only Marlin Stutzman has an A+ rating on the second amendment. The postcard also notes that Dan Coats is the only candidate to “cast anti-gun votes” in office.Go Marlin.
Meet Marlin Stutzman
Marlin Stutzman has gone up on the air in Indiana. Let’s get this man elected.
Does Indiana Really Remember Dan Coats?
It has been more than a decade since Dan Coats left the United States Senate representing Indiana and moved to North Carolina to take up lobbying.I’m finding in my conversations with people that many remember a different Dan Coats than who was actually there. The pro-life Senator was squishy on a lot of other things. In fact, Dan Coats is pretty bad on gun rights | Read More »
Jim DeMint Endorses Marlin Stutzman
The beat goes on folks.Jim DeMint is coming out for Marlin Stutzman. This comes on the heels of Dave Keene of the American Conservative Union and Mark Levin. Conservatives are rallying to the Indiana state senator.Here’s the thing: this endorsement puts Jim DeMint out on a limb and really at odds with his colleagues in the U.S. Senate Republican Conference, particularly coming on the heels | Read More »
Conservatives Begin Rallying to Stutzman
Conservatives have begun rallying en masse for Marlin Stutzman in Indiana.On Friday, Mark Levin endorsed Marlin Stutzman on the radio. This morning in Indianapolis Dave Keene of the American Conservative Union also endorsed Marlin. I suspect more are coming.Now Marlin Stutzman is going up on the air with ads. But he needs our help.Give what you can to Marlin Stutzman. Let’s get this guy to | Read More »
The clock is run out. The time is now. Conservatives must unite immediately to save Indiana.
Time’s up conservatives. We must now unite and we must now rally to save Indiana from the Democrats. The time is now. There can be no more waiting. For months conservatives have sat on the sidelines in the Indiana Senate race. The NRSC dragged former Senator Dan Coats from North Carolina to Indiana and put him into the race. They said he would be warmly | Read More »
The NRSC’s Latest Star Can’t Raise Money. Coats is Toast.
Not only did Dan Coats miss the filing deadline for his financial disclosures, he also failed to raise as much money as people were expecting. Doing nothing to tamp down expectations, the low side of the Coats haul was expected to be $500,000.00 and the high side to be $1 million. He only made it to $379,000.00.On the other hand, Marlin Stutzman keeps picking up | Read More »
Another Reason to Vote Stutzman: Responsibility
Geez. All but one candidate for the GOP Senate nomination have missed a deadline for disclosing their income and financial holdings.Marlin Stutzman, one of five contenders for his party’s nod, filed the required form, but the others have not. Their reports are 10 days overdue. I really don’t have anything else to add to that one. How do you miss your financial disclosure deadline?
Another Reason to Vote Marlin Stutzman: Judges
As we head into the Indiana Senate primary in a few weeks, it is a good time to review a key fact.Dan Coats, during the confirmation fight of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, said:”There was a centuries-old tradition of respecting national electoral results bygranting the President latitude in selecting nominees for the bench.”Only now that he is in his primary fight is Dan Coats walking that back, | Read More »
On the Ground in Indiana: Important Races in a Swing State
I originally posted this as a comment under Erick’s piece on the Indiana Senate race. I figured I might as well post it as a diary too. —————————————————————————————— Conservatives in Indiana are going to have a stellar year. 2008 was an aberration, and you can be sure that Barack Obama will lose the Hoosier State in 2012. People here are absolutely sick of this stuff. | Read More »
, Baron Hill
, brad ellsworth
, Jackie Walorski
, joe donnelly
, Marlin Stutzman
, Mike Pence
, Mitch Daniels
, Trent Van Haaften
Everything you need to know about the Indiana Senate race in one article
Everything you need to know about the Indiana Senate race is summed up in this article.Dan Coats is running around Indiana telling people you have to be smart to be a Senator.Marlin Stutzman is running around Indiana telling people about his “Ideas for Indiana” agenda to help Indiana.John Hostettler is nowhere to be seen.Have you done what you can to help Marlin Stutzman yet?
IN SEN: Ellsworth at 34% against… everybody.
If I was a Democrat, I might suspect that Rasmussen waited with malice aforethought to release this poll: Two of the three top Republican hopefuls for the U.S. Senate in Indiana continue to hold double-digit leads over Democratic Congressman Brad Ellsworth. Ellsworth supported President Obama’s health care plan in a state where opposition to the legislation is higher than it is nationally. The two candidates | Read More »