Archives for October 2010

America is Coming Back!


Rebecca Rios Trying to Buy Election in Face of Formidable Conservative Challenger Steve Smith


Rebecca Rios’s campaign (including her union buddy’s and Planned Parenthood) have now raised approximately $100,000 in outside money to combat us with in this election! This amount is only second to the Governor in total dollars spent, so clearly the far-left liberal Democrats do not want our honest, conservative, freedom-loving, God-fearing, constitutional-defending voice in our legislature.

Now more than ever we need to RISE UP over these next 4 days and show them that the will of ‘We the People’ can overcome any amount of special interest money they throw at us.

Are we going to stand by and let them buy this election?


I urge you, fight for what you believe in. Fight for the principles that made this country great. Tell your friends, family, neighbors, and anyone you see this weekend that your voice cannot be bought and that you refuse to be silenced. If you have a Facebook or Twitter account, post every day to VOTE FOR STEVE SMITH. If you have an email list, send this message out to anyone you know.

The race is a dead-heat between Rios and I, so literally every vote will matter.

Will your voice be heard or will it be bought? The choice is yours.

God bless you and God bless America!


Janet Contreras Up on Radio!

The one candidate who needs our help in order for Arizona to go eight for eight (848), now has radio ads up.

Janet Contreras can now be heard on several radio stations in the Phoenix market where congressional district 4 is located.

Please spread these ads around to Republicans, Independents and even angry Democrats who live in her district.

Janet Contreras needs our votes and she needs your continued support.

(Donate at!)

Here are her radio ads:

Janet Contreras – Citizen Candidate

Janet Contreras – Time for a change

The Final Act: Remember November

Here’s a great ad just released by the Republican Governor’s Association:

Jesse Kelly for a Strong America!

Here’s the most recent ad put out by Jesse Kelly’s campaign:

Go Jesse!

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Friday: 72-Hour GOP Rally in Scottsdale

For Immediate Release – October 28, 2010
Contact: Oliver Schwab, Campaign Manager

KFYI Radio Host Mike Broomhead will hold a barbecue rally at Schweikert Headquarters for Arizona’s Republican Victory 72-Hour GOTV program.

WHAT: 72-Hour GOTV Rally

WHERE: Schweikert Headquarters / Scottsdale GOP Victory Office, 4110 N Goldwater Blvd, Scottsdale

WHEN: 12:00-3:00pm, Friday, October 29th

Come sign up to help GOTV this weekend!


Friday: Schweikert, McCain, Brewer Rally in Ahwatukee

For Immediate Release – October 28, 2010
Contact: Oliver Schwab, Campaign Manager

David Schweikert, Sen. John McCain, and Gov. Jan Brewer will be holding a joint campaign rally Friday afternoon in Ahwatukee.

WHAT: Campaign Rally for Schweikert, McCain, and Brewer

WHERE: Grace Inn, 10831 South 51st Street, Ahwatukee (near I-10 and Elliot)

WHEN: 2:00pm, Friday, October 29th

Please join us and support Arizona’s Republican ticket!


Harry Mitchell Lags Far Behind in Fundraising

For Immediate Release – October 28, 2010
Contact: Oliver Schwab, Campaign Manager

Schweikert raises $96,000 to Mitchell’s $23,000 on 48-hour reports

(Scottsdale, AZ) The Mitchell campaign has posted a very slow and lagging fundraising week as they head towards Election Day. Struggling behind Republican David Schweikert in his 48-hour FEC reports, Congressman Mitchell’s campaign has raised only $23,000 during the same period that David Schweikert posted $96,000.

“This is a very ominous sign for Congressman Mitchell. With only five days until Election Day, Congressman Mitchell must be in a very difficult position having to defend his sponsorship of card check and his “yes” votes for the failed stimulus, ObamaCare, and bailouts,” said Schweikert campaign manager Oliver Schwab.


Can Arizona Save America?

by James Allen

Arizona is a fascinating state because of the extreme reactions its controversial legislation seems to elicit from the country. It’s definitely the Wild West when it comes to legislation, with the recently passed immigration law known as SB1070. Then there is Arizona’s Proposition 200 from 2004 that required proof of citizenship in order to register to vote. It was approved by Arizona voters but was recently struck down by the 9th Circuit Court, dealing a blow to the very integrity of our elections. And don’ t forget the current legislative endeavors including a proposition that directly confronts the unconstitutional mandates in Obamacare and a proposition to undo the race-based hiring practices of Affirmative Action. To some, Arizona is on the cutting edge of states’ rights and law and order; to others it is a racist, hateful place that is violating human rights and is reminiscent of Nazi Germany.

In these 2010 elections, Arizona has the chance to be an important part of the Republican take-back of Congress, providing the opportunity to flip five House seats to the type of conservative Republicans the country needs. This is vital to re-shaping Congress. Arizona Congressional Districts 1, 3, 4, 5, and 8 are all up for grabs, and the support from Arizonans locally, and Americans nationally, is vital here.

Dr. Paul Gosar has received endorsements from Sarah Palin and Hugh Hewitt among others. He is a successful dentist and small business owner who is well-known and well-liked in his community. He will be a key ally in the fight to repeal ObamaCare and set into motion the kind of reforms that can improve our health care system instead of destroying it. Who better to understand the ins and outs of health care and to speak with real world knowledge than someone who has actually worked there?

Ben Quayle, who some argue was running off little more than name recognition in the primaries, has proven to be a bold campaigner and someone who has the right ideas to get the economy back on track and slow the growth of government. He has a plan posted on his website that outlines the steps he would take, directly refuting the false claim by Democrats that Republicans are offering no ideas of their own. Quayle has also received endorsements from key conservative candidates, has gained the support of the 3rd Congressional District in Arizona, and earned effusive praise from Hugh Hewitt.

Janet Contreras, the “regular American” who is running against Ed Pastor, is giving Mr. Pastor a run for his money …or rather a run for his war chest. It is an uphill battle, but on her side Janet has massive grassroots support from unhappy voters in Pastor’ s district. Janet is the ideal person for this job. She is a former Democrat who has wholeheartedly converted to conservative principals and gained the support of key leaders in the conservative movement as well as the Tea Party. She wrote an open letter in 2009 to our nation’s leadership that Glenn Beck read on the air to national notice. The overwhelming support from citizens across the country and right here in Arizona encouraged her to run for office and propelled her through the primary and into the general election. She is the perfect choice for the people and by the people to change Washington.

David Schweikert, who if elected should certainly join the ranks of other “young guns” in the Republican Party, is running against the Pelosi “lap dog” Harry Mitchell. Schweikert is a rare veteran in politics who doesn’t compromise his conservative principals. This is another crucial race, and Schweikert, armed with solid arguments, is full of ideas for reversing the insane the growth of government and reinvigorating the economy. Mitchell’s campaign is doing what so many desperate Democrats are now doing across the country – creating ads that are pathetically and blatantly false in an attempt to deceive voters, but with the truth and the help of the people Schweikert can win.

Last and not least among the candidates who will be fighting to change the course of Washington is Marine Veteran Jesse Kelly, whose district will prove to be one of the most important “toss-up” races there in the country, since it could be won by as few as 640 votes. While this is a close, tough race, Kelly has advantages: his district has more registered Republican voters than Democrat voters, and with the Blue Dog Democrat being shown to be little more than a myth, his opponent’s appeal should be weakened. Combined with the rising Republican tide across the country, this could be a key win.

Arizona’s candidates aren’t just average Republicans. They’re conservative Republicans who have had to stand strong on their conservative principals through the heated debates that Arizona has confronted with its tough solutions like SB1070 and 2004’s Prop 200, as well as the current battle over health care liberty and institutional racism in hiring. Arizona’s attitude—that if the federal government will not protect its citizens and provide for the common defense then the state will—as well as the belief that unconstitutional government overreach must be fought, has produced the kind of conservatives this nation sorely needs.

The state of Goldwater, whose capital is named after the mythical firebird of rebirth, is front-and-center in the rebirth of conservativism and leading the country back to liberty, security and its Constitutional roots.

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