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Archive for the ‘candidate’ Category

Sarah Palin Passes On RNC

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on December 6, 2010

Interesting. I say, “Sarah, keep your eye on the prize”.

From http://www.abcnews.com:

ABC News’ John Berman and Mary Bruce report:

Sarah Palin isn’t running…for one job at least. She doesn’t appear to be a candidate to Chair the Republican National Committee.

The activist group Tea Party Nation, planned on sending a letter to Palin pleading for her to run.

“We need you as Chairman of the RNC. You have shown in the past no hesitation to take on the establishment,” reads a draft of the letter posted on the Tea Party Nation web-site. “You did it in Alaska. If we end up with establishment control of the GOP and their support for an establishment candidate in 2012, Obama and the socialists will have won.”

But in an exclusive written statement to ABC News, Palin says:

“I respect the desire to have someone in charge of the RNC who understands the wishes of the conservative grassroots and understands that power resides with the people and not the vested interests in DC. However, the primary role of the RNC chair seems be that of fundraiser-in-chief, and there are others who would probably be much more comfortable asking people for money than I would be, and they would definitely enjoy it more.” More

Cross-posted from Sarah Palin Blog

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SarahPAC raises more than Romney & Pawlenty

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on December 4, 2010

This headline did not surprise me. SarahPAC has been very effective in securing donations with the goal of supporting conservative candidates. When visiting conservative websites I’ve noted that people are tired of donating to the RNC due to their continued support of RINOs. It’s their feeling that the planks of the Republican Party are not being strengthened by these types of candidates and if the RNC is not going to do it, they are going to take matters into their own hands by sending their hard-earned dollars to a PAC that will support the types of candidates they wish to see on the ballot. ~Jackie~

From http://www.washingtonport.com:

Federal Election Commission fundraising numbers are in for the PACs run by potential GOP presidential candidates and the big winner, at least this time, is former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney raised $285,000 for his federal PAC between Oct. 14 and 22, while Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s (R) Freedom First PAC raised $140,000. Romney also raised $273,000 for his state-level PACs. Previously, Palin was reported to have raised $469,000, a total that was aided by her book tour.

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Sarah Palin: Ride the Tide with Commonsense Candidates!

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 20, 2010

Complete transcript of Governor Palin’s Facebook Note:

Ride the Tide with Commonsense Candidates!
Today at 9:00am EST

I want to again thank the good people of Massachusetts for propelling a commonsense, independent agenda forward! May the working man and woman feel empowered now more than ever to get involved in their government, and let’s put this great country on the right track.

The past year continues to offer the promise of commonsense government in so many areas. There are steps we can all take to get there, one of which is to support candidates who promise to fight for the people and against politics as usual. I’m excited to get out and help elect candidates who will bring those principles to our nation’s towns, state houses, and directly to Washington D.C. We are already making plans to support the candidates our nation needs to make a difference and speak for everyday Americans.

I look forward to helping Governors like Rick Perry in Texas, Representatives like Michele Bachmann in Minnesota, and heroes and statesmen like Senator John McCain. We will support these candidates and others so that they can continue to fight for our American values.

The special election yesterday in Massachusetts was truly amazing. It is a clear indication of things to come and a demonstration of the momentum we all share in the fight for the values and policies that will get our country back to work. The commonsense conservative principles of liberty and fiscal responsibility are on the rise, and that’s why I’m going out and campaigning as hard as I can to make a difference. I can’t wait to join all of you in supporting these great candidates and many more over the coming months.

In the meantime, visit the websites of Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann, and John McCain. And join us as we embark on America’s journey to November!

– Sarah Palin

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