States 2014

The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They state “West Virginia is on our 2014 Priority List because it presents conservatives with a major pick-up opportunity in a state President Obama lost badly in 2012. Incumbent Democratic Senator Jay Rockefeller has announced that he will retire at the end of his term, increasing the odds that a conservative can win this seat.

Note: SCF will not endorse U.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) because her record in the House of Representatives on spending is too liberal. Republicans in West Virginia deserve a strong conservative to represent them in the U.S. Senate.

Since SCF says Shelly Moore Capito is too liberal I won’t even list her. The other candidate is Pat McGeehan R .

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The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They state “Virginia is on our 2014 Priority List because it presents conservatives with a potential pick-up opportunity. Incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Warner has a liberal voting record and is running for re-election in a state that could be competitive for Republicans.

There are two Republican candidates listed Howie Lind and Shak Hill. Personally I’m kind of leaning toward Shak Hill but I don’t live in Virginia so it isn’t my call. Either one would be a step up from Mark Warner.

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The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They state “Incumbent Republican Lamar Alexander is up for re-election. Tennessee is a red state so the winner of the GOP primary will likely win the seat.

The Nashville Tea Party told me they had settled on Joe Carr R He seems pretty good on the issues and should be way better than Lamar Alexander. Get out and vote in the primary Aug 7, 2014 because that is when you have the chance to defeat Alexander.

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The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They state “South Dakota is on our 2014 Priority List because it presents conservatives with a major pick-up opportunity. Incumbent Democratic Senator Tim Johnson is retiring. President Obama lost the state in 2012 so it is important that Republicans nominate a strong conservative. NOTE: SCF will not support former governor MIke Rounds because his record is too liberal.

If Mike Rounds is too liberal for SCF, I say he is too liberal for thee people of South Dakota.

The other candidates listed are Annette Bosworth R I like what I read, she also supports term limits and the Fair Tax, Larry Rhoden R Seems OK on the major issues, and Stace Nelson R Everything sounds good and he supports Term Limits.

Based on what I read the two best options would be either Annette Bosworth or Stace Nelson.

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The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They state “Incumbent Republican Lindsey Graham is up for re-election. South Carolina is a bright red state so the winner of the GOP primary will likely win the seat.

Many/most conservatives agree that Lindsey Graham needs to be defeated. I was reading an article on Brietbart the other day that put forth the theory  that several primary challengers could keep the incumbent below the 50% mark, forcing a run off. That way people can get behind the challenger to defeat Graham in the primary. The idea has some merit. The only chance is in the primary and it will take people getting out and voting in the primary.

The candidates listed are Bill Connor R The website didn’t go into issues so I don’t know where he actually stands, Lee Bright R He seems to be good on the constitution, 2nd amendment, pro life and does mention The Fair Tax, Nancy Mace R Pro life, good statement on 2nd amendment, didn’t mention the Fair Tax, Richard Cash R I liked everything I read, only problem was he didn’t mention taxes.

Bottom line is any of the above four would be a huge improvement. If anyone has additional information please let me know through the website.

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The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They state “North Carolina is on our 2014 Priority List because it presents conservatives with a major pick-up opportunity. Incumbent Democratic Senator Kay Hagan is extremely vulnerable. Hagan has a very liberal voting record and is running for re-election in a state President Obama lost in 2012.

The candidates listed as running are Greg Brannon R , Heather Grant R , Mark Harris R , and Thom Tillis R. Now I personally don’t know anything about any of them. Greg Brannon does have some endorsements that make me lean that way ie Rand Paul and a couple of others I saw. I would prefer any of these over Kay Hagan.

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The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They state “Incumbent Democratic Tom Udall is up for re-election. New Mexico is a blue state so we’ll need an exceptional candidate to defeat him.”

They actually don’t have any candidates listed so if you know of any please let me know from the website so I can update this blog post and the web page.

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The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They state “New Hampshire is on our 2014 Priority List because it presents conservatives with a potential pick-up opportunity. Incumbent Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen has an extremely liberal voting record and is running for re-election in a state that could be competitive for Republicans.

They have no candidates listed so I don’t even know at this point if anyone is running. I honestly can’t understand how any Democrat would not be vulnerable with all that is happening with ObamaCare.

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The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They state “Montana is on our 2014 Priority List because it presents conservatives with a major pick-up opportunity. Incumbent Democratic Senator Max Baucus is retiring. The Republican nominee will have a strong chance of winning this race.”

The way I see it Max Baucus may have been unelectable anyway because of his involvement in crafting ObamaCare. Especially since he recently claimed that “ObamaCare was a train wreck waiting to happen”.

There are two Republican candidates listed. They are Champ Edmunds and Steve Daines. Based on what I read on Champ Edmunds stance on the issues he does seem conservative, I don’t know anything about him other that what his website says. All I know about Steve Daines is that he was elected to Congress in 2012 and he is good on the 2nd amendment. I just ran across the fact that The Tea Party Express has endorsed Steve Daines.

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The Senate Conservatives Fund has not endorsed anyone. They say “Minnesota is on our 2014 Priority List because it presents conservatives with a potential pick-up opportunity. Incumbent Democratic Senator Al Franken has an extremely liberal voting record and is running for re-election in a state that could be competitive for Republicans.”

Personally I would vote for anyone over Al Franken. I remember when he won that seat, I questioned it then and have never seen or read anything that answers those questions. There is a campaign to defeat Al Franken, check out the article by Lloyd Marcus.

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