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Archive for June 11th, 2014

Gov. Palin urges Mississipians and Oklahomans to get out the vote for commonsense conservatives McDaniel and Shannon

Posted by Dr. Fay on June 11, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page last night:

Sarah Palin
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Just two weeks from today we can see the spark that ignites the positive change our great nation deserves! Important Mississippi and Oklahoma elections will test voters on June 24, asking if these beautiful states full of beautiful patriots are willing to share their good sons in defense of freedom! These states have the opportunity to send smart, courageous, proven conservative fighters to the U.S. Senate – Chris McDaniel and T.W. Shannon. Chris and T.W. are running on positive reform agendas and will bring fresh, in-touch perspective that is desperately needed in D.C. to save our economy and protect the homeland.

Please remind friends and family in Mississippi and Oklahoma to show up and vote for commonsense conservative candidates Chris McDaniel and T.W. Shannon for the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, June 24th.

Here’s more about them and how you can help today:

Chris McDaniel for U.S. Senate (Mississippi): https://mcdaniel2014.com/
T.W. Shannon for U.S. Senate (Oklahoma): http://www.twshannon.com/

Thank you!

– Sarah Palin

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Dave Brat victory in Virginia reminded D. C. that power lies with We the People

Posted by Dr. Fay on June 11, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this morning:

Sarah Palin
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Congratulations to Dave Brat in Virginia on such an encouraging victory tonight! You shocked the political world and reminded D.C. that power lies with We the People and not any conventional party establishment. Dave Brat was massively outspent (more than 10 to 1) and laughed off by most, but he won the trust of voters the old fashioned way – one by one. Tonight’s victory showed the power of the local grassroots – the ones with boots on the ground who put up the campaign signs and go door to door to provide needed support for great candidates. Appreciation also goes to those with powerful microphones like Laura Ingraham, Mark Levin, Ann Coulter and others who recognized Dave’s strengths and had the guts to provide him a megaphone to reach concerned citizens.

Grassroots commonsense conservatives can use this momentum to push good candidates like Chris McDaniel, T.W. Shannon, and Rob Maness to victory for America. These candidates are also being massively outspent by establishment candidates and they need our help and energy.

Thank you, Virginia! On to November!

– Sarah Palin

 

I like M. Joseph Sheppard’s tweet this evening:

Most significant aspect of Brat’s win:”Brat “I was blessed. I mean,it’s a miracle. God acts through people.And God acted through the people”

Amen!

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