Ted Cruz Heads to Round Two

By Kemberlee Kaye, 05/31/12

Defying the critics, the odds and the lies, Ted Cruz wrapped up the Texas primary within striking distance of frontrunner, David Dewhurst.  The end result? A run off.  

It's Election Day in Texas and the Choice is Clear, America Needs Ted Cruz

By Kemberlee Kaye, 05/29/12

The Texas Primary is today. It's been a nasty battle between the old guard Republican candidate, David Dewhurst and constitutional conservative, Ted Cruz.  Regardless of whether or not you reside in Texas, this senate race affects you. As Philip Klein pointed out:

Dewhurst Waits Until the Eleventh Hour to Slander Ted Cruz

By Kemberlee Kaye, 05/28/12

Early primary voting in the Lone Star State ended Friday.  David Dewhurst rounded out early voting not with ads touting his record but with slanderous attack ads directed at Ted Cruz. But these ads weren't the typical negative ads containing just enough truth to be credible. Taking mudslinging to a new level, the Dewhurst campaign falsely accused Cruz of being pro-amnesty.

Rick Santorum Endorses Ted Cruz for Texas Senate

By Kemberlee Kaye, 05/24/12

As early voting in the Texas primary draws to a close, Ted Cruz picks up yet another high profile endorsement. Following the recent endorsments of Governor Sarah Palin and Sean Hannity, this morning, Rick Santorum also endorsed Ted Cruz.

Santorum told talk radio host Michael Berry:

Barr & Massie Win in Kentucky

By Henry Graebe, 05/23/12

Last night, two FreedomWorks for America-endorsed candidates emerged victorious. Thomas Massie and Andy Barr, both from Kentucky, won their primaries and will advance to the general election on Tuesday, November 6.

Keeping Romney in check will require principled leaders in Congress

By Philip Klein, 05/22/12

Many supporters of limited government are clamoring for Republicans to take back the Senate and the White House in November. But what’s important isn’t merely whether the GOP has nominal control of Congress, but whether the individual lawmakers being sent to Washington are willing to stand up for limited government principles.     

Sean Hannity Endorses Texan Tea Party Favorite, Ted Cruz

By Kemberlee Kaye, 05/19/12

Sean Hannity, conservative talk radio host and Fox News host endorsed Tea Party Texas Senate candidate, Ted Cruz yesterday. Hannity's endorsement is the latest in a string of notable conservatives and conservative organizations which include Governor Sarah Palin, Senator Rand Paul, Senator Pat Toomey, Senator Jim DeMint, Red State, FreedomWorks and many more.

Fischer Upsets Bruning

By Henry Graebe, 05/16/12

Last night, Deb Fischer won a close race against Jon Bruning and, for the second time in two weeks, Republicans have won primaries against establishment candidates despite being enormously outspent.  Deb Fischer continued the momentum from last Tuesday’s victor, Richard Mourdock, who set the tone for the rest of the electoral cycle that a limited government is still in vogue. She will now face Bob Kerrey in November.

Stenberg, the Conservative Choice for Nebraska Senate

By Kemberlee Kaye, 05/15/12

Yet another candidate from the Republican old guard is on the ropes, this time in Nebraska. Current front-runner in the Nebraska Republican Senate primary and state Attorney General, Jon Bruning faces substantial competition with what many media outlets are now calling "insurgent candidates."  Like the recent primary in Indiana,  Tea Party conservatives are successfully outing Republican establishment types and by the looks of it, Nebraska may be next. 

Mourdock Victory Shocks GOP Establishment

By Michael Duncan, 05/14/12

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FreedomWorks for America Team with Hoosiers for a Conservative Senate and Richard Mourdock on Election Night