David Brat

Viguerie Letter Helps Dave Brat Rally Grassroots Army Against Eric Cantor

CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie's help in mobilizing Virginia's conservative grassroots through two effective letters that got to the heart of the matter: Eric Cantor doesn't speak for us and we're going to make him (and the Washington, D.C. establishment) listen. The letters revealed why Cantor's victorious opponent, conservative activist and professor Dave Brat, rightfully won.

Viguerie: Virginia Voters Sent GOP Leaders A Message – Fight for Our Principles

Richard A. Viguerie, author of TAKEOVER, The 100-Year War for the Soul of the GOP and How Conservatives Can Finally Win It, and conservative political marketing pioneer, issued the following analysis in the wake of David Brat’s historic defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Tuesday’s Virginia Republican primary election.

Viguerie: Here's Why Eric Cantor Should Be Defeated

CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie thought former Rappahannock County Republican Committee Chairman Evelyn Kerr's case against Eric Cantor was so persuasive, he paid to send it to thousand's of Virginia Republicans and Tea Party activists. Please forward this email to all Republicans you know in Virginia and urge them to also forward this email to their Republican friends, especially those who live in Eric Cantor's VA-7 Congressional District.

Cantor's GOP-Estab. Campaign Strategy: Shameless & Cowardly

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

Hey media: why no real reporting on Eric Cantor's sleazy campaign tactics against his conservative challenger David Brat? It's perfidious that GOP-E candidates like Eric Cantor use money collected from pro-amnesty special interests to paint themselves as anti-amnesty so they can win reelection and pass amnesty.

Cantor Supports Amnesty, Not Before His Primary

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

"Eric Cantor," David Brat said, "seemed content to allow our military to be used as a vehicle for granting amnesty to illegal immigrants until he saw my primary challenge and principled conservatives stand on Amnesty. Conservative constituents are overwhelmingly opposed to Amnesty but their voice was ignored."

Cantor's TEAParty Opponent Gaining Momentum

Jenna Portnoy & Robert Costa, Washington Post

Cantor’s opponent in the 6/10 primary, tea party activist David Brat, is gaining national attention as a potential threat to Cantor’s hold on his solidly Repub. district. Brat has won support from some big-name conservatives and has tapped into discontent across VA’s 7th Congressional District. 

Cantor Gets a Tea Party Challenger

Cameron Joseph, The Hill

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) will have a Tea Party challenge to his reelection. "I want to be Eric Cantor’s term limit," Randolph-Macon College economics Professor David Brat stated.