Sign-wavers needed for Early Voting and Election Day!
Our Republican candidates for local offices, State Assembly, State Senate, and State Board of Education, need your help with holding their signs and distributing their literature at Early Voting locations as well as on Election Day.
Holding signs with our candidates' names on them as well as distributing literature at Early Voting locations has been shown to have a positive effect on last minute choices of voters when voting for local offices.
If you are available to hold signs or distribute literature at Early Voting and Election Day locations, please stop by the Clark County Republican Party office to pick up their signs and literature. It would be most appreciated if you are able to devote a few hours at Early Voting and Election Day sites to help our candidates.
New report on Fast & Furious reveals Obama’s DOJ incompetence Although lawmakers and government watchdog groups are focusing on the Benghazi consulate attack, especially the discovery of more and more information that contradicts what the American people were told by the Obama White House, the administration and the Obama re-election campaign, many have not forgotten the so-called Operation Fast & Furious debacle and cover-up. On Monday, U.S. lawmakers released the second part ... Read More
Oct 31, 2012 02:27 pm (Ocala, Florida, October 30, 2012). Larry Klayman, the founder and chairman of Freedom Watch today announced that President Barack Obama and Vice President Joseph Biden have been criminally indicted for having willfully released classified national security information concerning the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound, U.S. and Israeli war plans concerning Iran and their cyber-attack [...]
The last First Friday Happy Hour before Election Day will be this Friday, November 2 from 5-7 pm at Tommy Rockers. Tommy Rocker’s is located just west of the “Strip” at 4275 Dean Martin Drive. Take the Flamingo Road west exit off I-15 then left on Hotel Rio Drive and right on Dean Martin and you’ll see it. If you’re coming from Tropicana, head north on Dean Martin Drive and it’s right before the Flamingo Rd. overpass.
CHUCK’S PICKS: “NON-PARTISAN” RACES, MISC.
First, as every longtime reader knows, I don’t believe there’s any such thing as a “non-partisan” race or appointment.
People use these so-called “non-partisan” elected and appointed positions as stepping stones to higher offices, including judicial seats. Remember, Shelley Berkley got her start as a “non-partisan” member of the Board of Regents before becoming a tax-hiking Democrat congresswoman, and Brian Sandoval was an appointed as a “non-partisan” federal judge before becoming a Republican tax-hiking governor.
With that said, here are some additional Chuck’s Picks for some “non-partisan” and other down-ballot races:
Our top 20 national, hot news, selections for dissatisfied, pro-USA Americans.
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Fwd: VOTE IN THIS POLL......
Results now stand at 77%-22.9%.
From: Joan Swirsky Subject: VOTE IN THIS POLL...... Sent from my iPad Begin forwarded message:
Excerpt...He also stripped the work requirements out of the food stamp program, by the way. That doesn't get a whole lot of discussion, but he did. The real poverty in this country right now under Obama is the middle class. They’re not classified as poor, not getting a lot of help from the Fed, struggling to keep a roof over their heads. One in six in this country are in poverty, despite what we're spending. At some point, when are people gonna get clued in that the government can't solve these kinds of problems?