Ten Buck Friday – Home Stretch

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Week Nine of our mission to save our Senate from Harry Reid is here. Over past months we have been pointing out the critical opportunity we have in this midterm election to put both legislative houses in Republican hands and begin to end the Obama nightmare. We have asked people to consider zeroing in on those key congressional races around the country where good conservative candidates have a chance and to contribute to their campaigns if possible. It’s not too late to help! Please make sure you cast your votes by next Tuesday!

Here are current standings of the eight candidates we’ve backed to date:
Scott Brown – New Hampshire -2.2
Cory Gardner – Colorado +3.3
Bill Cassidy – Louisiana +4.5
Thom Tillis – North Carolina -1
Tom Cotton – Arkansas +5
Joni Ernst – Iowa +2.1
David Perdue – Georgia +.4
Dan Sullivan – Alaska + 2.2

(All polls via Real Clear Politics)
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2014/senate/2014_elections_senate_map.html

Consider these important close races!
Contribute to Cory Gardner (CO) Here
Contribute to Tom Cotton (AR) Here
Contribute to Joni Ernst (IA) Here
Contribute to Bill Cassidy (LA) Here
Contribute to Thom Tillis (NC) Here

If you are unable to make a contribution, you can help the candidate(s) tremendously by encouraging friends, family, neighbors and/or co-workers to vote. Volunteer your valuable time. Put up a campaign sign in your yard. Make sure you go to the polls. We cannot afford to sit this election out.

(If you mark your contribution as “Ten Buck Friday”, they’ll see if the blogosphere can give them a little bump.)

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