Senate Majority

Silence and Betrayals of GOP Senate Leaders Killing America

The silence of Republican leaders has led Democratic leaders to think they’re winning the battle over the future of America. And why shouldn’t the Democrats think they can win? For the past three years the GOP’s congressional leaders hid whenever any part of Donald Trump’s conservative – populist MAGA agenda came up, avoiding any showdown with the Democrats over everything from the Wall to the revolution going on in the streets of Democrat-controlled cities.

How Senator Cory Gardner Can Revive His Flagging Campaign

Here’s our advice to Senator Gardner: Fire your Mitch McConnell endorsed consultants and get out on the campaign trail with state Rep. Patrick Neville. Go to every town in Colorado with a radio station and every city with a TV station and call a rally to “Back the Blue,” and make it clear that you will tolerate no violence from ANTIFA or BLM thugs. Tell the law-abiding citizens and voters of Colorado you stand for law and order against Hickenlooper and the Far Left New Democrats that are behind his campaign.

How To Lose Your Majority - Message To Mitch McConnell And Senate GOP

We have a simple explanation of the problem and a simple answer that will guarantee a Republican majority in the Senate: Your problem is you have spent that past three years betraying the GOP base that elected Donald Trump President, so stop betraying conservatives, get off your ass and fight for the MAGA agenda and you will win. Keep doing what you are doing, and you will lose.

Keeping GOP's Senate majority may be key for Alabama voters

Chad Groening, OneNewsNow.com

Richard Viguerie believes the race is moving in Moore's direction as the December 12 election date approaches. "People are focused on the issue that Doug Jones is a left-wing Democrat [and] very pro-abortion," he argues. "And so the people now are coming back home and they're going to vote their Republican instincts. Unless something comes up between now and Election Day, Judge Moore should have a comfortable victory."

Trump Didn't Split the GOP--He Strengthened It

Fred Barnes, Weekly Standard

Trump's victory has many dimensions. Not the least of them is his election was part of a broad Republican triumph. Republicans kept control of the Senate, a feat that once had seemed impossible since they had 24 seats at stake and Democrats only ten. Trump didn't split the party. He strengthened it.

All Republicans Ran and Won as Born-Again Conservatives

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

The GOP has an obligation and mandate to undo, obstruct and oppose Obama’s policies: Click this link to view CHQ's Conservative Leaders Post Election Press Conference hosted by CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie, and featuring Ken Blackwell, former Ambassador U.N. Human Rights Commission, David Bossie, President, Citizens United, L. Brent Bozell III, Chairman, ForAmerica, Marjorie Dannenfelser, President, Susan B. Anthony List, Jenny Beth Martin, National Coordinator, Tea Party Patriots, Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council.

State of the Races Election 2014 -- Ride the Republican Wave

Republicans Win Senate Majority -- Republicans have picked up Senate seats in North Carolina, Iowa, West Virginia, Arkansas, South Dakota, Colorado, Alaska and Montana -- more than enough to give them a majority in the Senate.  Virginia remains close, though Mark Warner claims victory. Republicans win big in governorships, too.

Early Ballot Returns in Iowa a Good Sign for GOP?

T. Becket Adams, Washington Examiner

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst is only slightly behind in early voting in Iowa, which is much better than previous elections where Democrats had a huge early lead. Does it mean Republicans have learned the lessons of 2012 and improved their ground game?

David Perdue and a Georgia Runoff

Erick Erickson, Red State

Republican U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue could have avoided a runoff in Georgia simply by accepting assistance from other prominent party members in the state, writes Erickson, but arrogance and a go it alone attitude may deprive him of what should have been an easy win.

Conservatives Have A Hard Choice This Nov.

Golfer Mike, Red State

A GOP majority will bring votes to the Senate & force Dems. to take positions they'll have to defend in '16. Those votes will matter. It'll be easier to put Obama in a position where he actually has to veto bills that help Americans, further exposing him for what he is. 

GOP Can Count Ways to Senate Majority

Donna Cassata, Associated Press

The liberal mainstream media claim that Repubs. count enough competitive races to challenge Dems. for control of the Senate in the 2014 elections, but that the tea party stand in the way of victory. We're sure it's the opposite.

NRSC to GOP Senators: Pay Up

Manu Raju, Politico

NRSC says that if the GOP wants to gain the majority, senators must open their wallets. Is it cash-poor?