America, America, Gd shed his grace on thee. Do no squander it! As Soros Shadow party angles for a coup d'etat, and jihad is the enemy we speak of only in whispers and hushed tones (!)............I ask you, who better to fight the jihad? It is not morning in America, it is late afternoon.
I asl every reader to get involved in the process and insure that America stays America.
Fight Amerabia, fight the UN takeover of our sovereignty.
Dennis writes me;
Below is a list of the top 10 Senate races in November "06"
Remember Republicans hold the Senate; 51 to 49
These will be knock down drag out fights against hard core unscrupulous Democrats.
We must fight back against Democrat supporters like the Hollywood Left,
the dominant anti-American media and George Soros and all the 527s.
Please contribute generously.
Please go to the candidates web sites to research for yourselves.
Dennis has assembled for us the critical races.
Pennsylvania Senate race
Senator Rick Santorum Republican incumbent
Santorum for Senate
P.O. Box 16426
Pittsburgh, PA 15242
New Jersey Senate race
Tom Kean Republican challenger
Tom Kean for U.S. Senate
187 Mill Lane
Mountainside, New Jersey 07092
Ohio Senate Seat
Mike DeWine Republican incumbent (thanx oaf)
Mike DeWine for U.S. Senate
P.O. Box 340188
Columbus, Ohio 43234
Maryland Senate race
Michael Steele Republican challenger
Steele for Maryland
1350 Dorsey Rd. Bldg A, Suite A
Hanover, MD 21076
For contributor assistance, please contact the Finance Department at Contributions@steeleformaryland.com or (443) 603-1288.
Arizona Senate race
Jon Kyl Republican incumbent
Jon Kyl for U.S. Senate
P.O. Box 10246
Phoenix, AZ 85064-0246
Please make checks payable to ³Jon Kyl for U.S. Senate²
For questions contact Sarah Borst, 602-840-0306 or email@example.com.
Montana Senate race
Conrad Burns Republican incumbent
Conrad Burns for Senate
125 25th St. W.
Billings, MT 59102
Nebraska Senate race
Pete Rickets Republican challenger
Please make checks payable to:
Nebraska Families for Pete Ricketts, Inc.
P. O. Box 24705
Omaha, NE 68124
Missouri Senate race
Jim Talent Republican incumbent
Talent for Senate
Phone: (314) 993-8235 |
Fax: (314) 993-82819467
Dielman Rock Island Industrial Dr.St. Louis, MO 63132
Washington Senate race
Mike McGavick Republican challenger
Mike McGavick for US Senate
501 8th Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: (206) 838-7479
Minnesota Senate race
Mark Kennedy Republican challenger
Mark Kennedy for US Senate
P.O. Box 49333
Blaine, MN 55449
Maybe the Senate isn't so safe for the GOP after all. Stephen Moore, WSJ Political Diary PAID only, writes today;
The latest Zogby poll contains new nuggets of data for Republicans to fret over -- including findings that suggest that incumbent Republicans thought to be safely in the win column are now in hot races. The Senate is very much in play and potentially within the Democrats' grasp in November. There's bad news especially in Ohio and Pennsylvania where Rick Santorum trails by 11 points against Bob Casey, Jr. and Mike DeWine is down by eight points to Sherrod Brown. Really sour news comes from Virginia, which the GOP had counted on as a "safe" seat just a month ago but thanks to George Allen's gaffes of late, he is now down one point to Democrat Jim Webb.
Most shocking was that the Senate race in Nevada is turning into a nail biter, with John Ensign leading by only three points against Jack Carter, son of the former president. Republicans had hoped that once Republicans rallied around a candidate in Tennessee after a bitter three-way primary, they could put this seat in the red column, but former Chattanooga Mayor Bob Corker is only up by four points against Democrat Harold Ford Jr.
Among Senate Democratic incumbents, both Debbie Stabenow in Michigan and Bob Menendez in New Jersey have shockingly tight races with a less than five-point spread in both. Republicans also have shots in Maryland and Washington State as well, if the "throw the bums out" mood persists.
Democrats would have to win six Senate seats to take over control of the Senate. That would require victories in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Montana, Rhode Island, Tennessee and one upset among Virginia, Missouri, Nevada, or Arizona. On top of that, they would have to hold all of their incumbents. The Zogby survey suggests it's doable but only with a 1994-like voter tide against Republicans.
I don't trust Zogby, the quintessential Democratic party tool but I do believe the Republicans are vulnerable.
I will continue to update this and I will post the House and Governor races as well. Stay with these races. Make a difference