Tuesday, June 21, 2011

What's new in the Texas Senate Race?

In case you have missed it, our Reagan Day dinner speaker, Ted Cruz has been making a lot of news in Texas and across the nation!  I met up with Ted in New Orleans just before he spoke at the Republican Leadership conference.  Oh my goodness, I wish you could have heard the crowd!  Ted spoke for about 20 minutes.  The entire convention floor erupted several times with standing applause when Ted talked about his conservative constitutionally based values  on limited government, lowering taxes, cutting the budget, and fighting illegal immigration. 
As a candidate for the U.S. Senate seat in Texas, Ted has also picked up some very hefty endorsements.
   *  Former U.S. Congressman Dick Armey - Freedom Works PAC
   *  The incredible Mark Levin
   *  Former Attorney General Ed Meese
   *  Plus extraordinary columns about Ted in the National Review, National
      Journal and Washington Post.
       Read George Will here:  
   *  Club for Growth PAC
   *  Erick Erikson of Redstate.com    
   U.S. Congressman from Utah, Representative Mike Lee
   *  Kelly Shackelford of Liberty Institute (Free Market Foundation)
   *  David Barton of Wallbuiders
This race has captured the attention of some of the most prominently known conservatives in the nation, and here in Titus County we can say we knew him before he took this big leap on to the national stage! 
June 30th will mark the end of this very important 'reporting period' for candidates to disclose what contributions they have received.  If you were planning to contribute to the Ted Cruz campaign, THIS IS THE TIME TO DO IT! 
 I can't begin to tell you how important your contribution is right now.  It is not just to add your name to the list.  Your contribution will actually trigger the purses to open at much higher levels of donations.  When a campaign can show strong growth in the grassroots, other major donors get on board too!
Please take the time to go to Ted's web site and make a contribution.
Thank you,
Sue Evenwel

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