The View from West Des Moines (Iowa 3) GOP Primary
Great debate last night on KCCI here in Des Moines. Proud to be supporting Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz in the GOP primary. Matt has the Senate Conservatives Fund, Freedom works and Santorum endorsements. Tomm. night is the Senate debate ( Go Joni !) We are knocking doors in West Des Moines, Ankeny, Waukee. The phone bank here in the headquarters is busy. Sorta | Read More »
Mildly dissenting on Mark Levin, SCF, and disclosures.
Over the last day or so there has been a fair amount of debate about whether or not Mark Levin should have disclosed a fairly consistently large purchase history by the Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) of his book before he endorsed the organization. The ire is mostly directed at National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) Brad Dayspring, Communications Director, for tweeting this Thursday: Fishy: Senate Conservatives | Read More »
Take America Back!
I figured I use my day off today to catch up on some campaign donations I’d put off the past few weeks. As a resident of New York, the majority of my political contributions are directed to candidates who are running in far off lands. Though I pray my city and state come back from the brink, the truth is our politicians here are saying | Read More »
Tags: Dino Rossi
, Jim DeMint
, ken buck
, Marco Rubio
, Mike Lee
, pat toomey
, Rand Paul
, Ron Johnson
, senate conservatives fund
, Sharron Angle
Nice job, NRSC. Hey Crist, gonna give any of that swell money back?
Doubt he will, as Erick Erickson writes, Crist blew that wad already; Charlie Crist will not only run as an independent in Florida, but he has also reserved all of his air time in Florida through November, or as much as he can. Why? Because he knows the Club for Growth is going to do what they did to Specter — fund an effort to | Read More »
Marco Rubio Pulls in $3.6 Million Last Quarter
Earlier today I got a text informing me of Marco Rubio’s stellar fundraising last quarter. The Rubio campaign managed to pull in $3.6 Million, which, as the Palm Beach Post notes, is a huge amount. a huge amount: it doubles his collections from the fourth quarter of 2009, surpasses the $2 million his U.S. Senate rival, Gov. Charlie Crist collected in the final months of | Read More »