MS Video

By ISomberg, 05/31/14

Watch this great video where Grant Sowell of the Tupelo tea party asked why another activists, Courtney Crampton, supports Chris McDaniel.

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MS Activist Story

By ISomberg, 05/31/14

Volunteer Steve Wade and I were inside a McDonalds in Hernando, Mississippi. The gentleman came up to us and asked if one of us drove the car with all the signs. He wanted some for his yard and also took some to put out in public spaces. Always great to run into fellow conservatives that understand the importance of our grassroots efforts!

Mississippi Grassroots Update

By ISomberg, 05/29/14

Grassroots activists in Tupelo, Mississippi are hard at work getting ready for the primary on Tuesday, June 3rd. Check out the pictures sent to us by Grant Sowell. 

Youth For Bevin Out in Full Force

By ISomberg, 05/20/14

Holly Fraser, a fifteen year old from Rhode Island, has done an amazing job in recruiting 35 teenagers from 7 states to help Matt Bevin win the Senate race in Kentucky.  These amazing teenagers have knocked on over 2,500 homes in their first two days on the ground.  They have also made over 1,500 phone calls to potential voters. 

NE Grassroots Upset

By ISomberg, 05/14/14

Thank you to all the great activists on the ground that worked tirelessly to support Ben Sasse. Together, we made a huge difference and the people of Nebraska now have a true conservative to support in the general election. Take a look at what we were able to do:

McConnell Twists Truth in Supposed "Pro-Coal Agenda"

By , 05/04/14

By: Tom Borelli

Twisting the truth, manipulating the political process and pandering to constituents have dominated the establishment Republican campaigns during the extremely competitive primary season.

Thom Tillis and the Case of the Poorly-Chosen Friends

By jwithrow, 04/11/14

“Associate with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better to be alone than in bad company.” ~ George Washington

In politics, as in much of life, you can tell a great deal about a person by their choice of companions. This is especially true because in politics your friends often choose you as much as the other way around.

Our Post-Election Report

By Matt Kibbe, 12/17/12

Thanks to the generosity of investors like you, FreedomWorks for America left an indelible mark on the 2012 elections and built a permanent asset for the freedom community. While we were ultimately unsuccessful in accomplishing all of our goals, the big winner this election cycle is our grassroots, community-building model—a model everyone on the left and right is heralding as the future of electoral politics.

What's Next?

By Matt Kibbe, 11/11/12

“I’ve always said that a potential Achilles heel for the Tea Party movement is the presidential election, because the power of the Tea Party movement comes from its leaderlessness, and if one guy screws up, we just kick them out and move on, because you’re not really dependent on one leader to always get it right. When it comes to selecting a nominee for president to run against Obama, you ultimately are stuck with one guy, right? Or one lady. So I don’t know how that works itself out.”

Allen West Still in the Fight, Demands Recount

By Kemberlee Kaye, 11/08/12

Updated: 6:15pm 11/8/2012

Allen West has yet to concede defeat in his contentious congressional race. Contending potential voter fraud, the following was posted on West's official Facebook page yesterday morning:

Win or Lose, Work Begins Again Tomorrow

By Kemberlee Kaye, 11/06/12

Today is the day so many hard working activists have been waiting for. From a contentious presidential primary to many hard-fought primary victories and near victories, it all comes down to today. 

I've seen varying opinions on the outcome of the presidential race, some incredibly optimistic, others not so much. But regardless of the polling data and the punditry, one thing is certain; America is experiencing an awakening. 

Donnelly's Legislative Ineffectiveness Doesn't Bode Well for the Senate

By Kemberlee Kaye, 11/05/12

Joe Donnelly has representented Indianans for six years. In those six years, he's only sucecssfully passed one single, solitary amendment through the House.  Passed in 2009, Donnelly's sole legislative achievement was an amendment ensuring recreational vehicles were eligible under the Medium and Heavy Duty Commercial and Transit Vehicles Research and Development Program

Foul Play in Latest Indiana Senate Poll? Certainly Looks That Way

By Kemberlee Kaye, 11/05/12

This election season has brought a new focus on the validity and accuracy of polling data. Given a dramatic skew in one direction (up to eleven points in some cases), some claim polls are being used to construct a narrative in order to influence an outcome rather than functioning as passive predictors. It appears as though a similar situation has plagued the Indiana Senate race. 

Flake Wraps Up Campaign Just as it Started, On a Positive Note

By Kemberlee Kaye, 11/05/12

The race to replace retiring Arizona Senator Kyl has had its ups and downs.  Endorsed by Senators Kyl and McCain, Rep. Flake has held a steady lead over Democratic challenger and former Surgeon General, Dr. Richard Carmona. As the race winds down, Rep. Flake makes a final pitch to Arizonans:

Indiana Has Lost Thousands of Jobs Because of Policies Donnelly Supported

By Kemberlee Kaye, 11/02/12

Like many of his Democrat colleagues, Joe Donnelly voted for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, commonly referred to as the Stimulus Bill, the bill that wasted close to one trillion in tax payer dollars and never produced the promised results.

Why These Voters Support Joe Walsh

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/31/12

Last week, I caught up with voters and volunteers who support Rep. Joe Walsh's re-election bid. They've done all the dirty work -- phone banking, block walking and passing out signs. Obviously anyone willing to forgo so much free time must have a reason for doing so, so I asked why they support Rep. Walsh. Here's what they had to say:

Wasserman Schultz Tangles With the Law

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/31/12

According to The Shark Tank, Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz of Florida's twenty-third district had a scuffle with law enforcement yesterday:

Educating Voters in Key Swing States

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/31/12

Our goal is to equip voters and activists with the best resources available.  FreedomWorks for America endorses candidates who are strongly committed to the principles of limited government, economic freedom, free markets and individual liberty. In an effort to educate voters, FreedomWorks for America created Voter Education Books for several key races.  Voter Education Books are mailed to targeted voters and include comprehensive information on candidate voting records, among other issues.

Carmona Support Dwindling in Arizona?

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/30/12

This afternoon, the Washington Free Beacon reported that a Richard Carmona rally, held Sunday in his hometown, failed to draw a substantial crowd. Free Beacon stated: 

More on the Klobuchar Connection with Ponzi Schemer

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/29/12

A few days agao we reported the Daily Caller's investigation which exposed the connection between Democratic Senator Klobuchar and convicted Ponzi schemer, Petters. On Friday, Republican Senate Candidate, Kurt Bills released an ad explaining Klobuchar's involvement and refusal to prosecute Petters criminal activity.