Virginia Senate Race Still a Dead Heat

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/16/12

The Virginia Senate race is an interesting one. This is not a race of untested politicians. Both candidates are former Virginia Governor's, both have legislative records. Tim Kaine, former Virginia Governor and former DNC Chair is on the Democratic ticket while former Virginia Governor and former Virginia Senator, George Allen is the GOP's candidate of choice.

Latest Rasmussen Poll Shows Mourdock With Five Point Lead Over Donnelly After First Debate

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/16/12

Just yesterday we reported that polling data released Saturday showed Repubclican Indiana Senate Candidate, Richard Mourdock with a three point lead over Democratic challenger, Rep. Joe Donnelly. Last night Rasmussen released a poll showing Mourdock moving to a five point lead over Donnelly. 

The Anderson Tea Party Loves Josh Mandel

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/15/12

Freedom loving activists in Ohio are working hard and doing their part to elect Republican Senate Candidate, Josh Mandel. The Anderson Tea Party distributed over 16,000 FreedomWorks door hangers. But they didn't stop there. They organized a sign wave, more distribution sites and signed up more volunteers for yard sign distributions.

FreePAC Heads to Orlando This Week

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/15/12

First spotted in Dallas, then Cincinatti and Phoenix, FreePAC's next stop is Orlando, Florida, Friday, October 19. I've had the privilege of atttending all three events and each one was incredible. 

Here's a peek from this past weekend's FreePAC in Phoenix:

New Poll Shows Richard Mourdock With Three Point Lead

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/15/12

According to Roll Call, a poll released Saturday shows Indiana Republican Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock with a three point lead over Democratic challenger, Rep. Joe Donnelly. 

Mourdock had 45 percent, while Rep. Joe Donnelly (D) took 42 percent in the survey paid for by the GOP candidate's campaign.  Roll call obtained a copy of the poll's accompanying memo.

Grassroots Activists Protest at Clinton/Carmona Rally

By Brian LaSorsa, 10/11/12

Arizona-based grassroots activists protested Wednesday outside of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Richard Carmona’s get-out-the-vote rally.

Former President Bill Clinton campaigned on behalf of the candidate in Tempe and discussed the importance of Barack Obama’s healthcare law. Clinton also told the crowd of college students that the Romney-Ryan budget proposal will make tuition costs skyrocket.

“There are a lot of Richard Carmonas out there today,” Clinton said.

But he wasn’t paying attention to the crowd gathering outside of the gates.

Campaign Tip of the Week

By Henry Graebe, 10/10/12

Using social media is a great way to reach a mass audience in a cost effective way which, in essence, is what grassroots campaigning is all about.  An individual no longer needs to rely solely on a candidate to spread a message on their behalf.  Even those who are not able, or not willing, to sign blitz or phone bank are still able to participate in the process and make a difference before Election Day.

Paul Sadler No Match for Ted Cruz in First Texas Senate Debate

By Kemberlee Kaye, 10/04/12

Tuesday night, Ted Cruz squared off against Democratic Senate Candidate, Paul Sadler in the first of two scheduled debates.

Stumbling out of the gate, Sadler demanded to know why Cruz refused to accept all six debate invites. Cruz calmly explained that he was on the road meeting with voters on a constant basis, visiting a different city virtually every day.   

Door-knocking: Winning One at a Time

By Derek Ellerman, 10/04/12

If you’re wondering what the single most effective way to campaign is, I have the answer: face-to-face conversation! Nothing is more persuasive than showing others that you are so committed to a cause that you are willing to engage them in person and respectfully share your beliefs.

At FreedomWorks for America we make it as easy as possible to get started.

Watch this short video to learn how and start today!

Sending Mr. Smith To Washington

By Ana Puig, 09/24/12

With 47 days remaining until Election Day, a new poll conducted by Susquehanna Policy and Research shows United States Senate candidate Tom Smith within the margin of error - trailing Democratic Senator Bob Casey 42% - 45%.

Campaign Tip of the Week

By Henry Graebe, 09/20/12

Walking maps are a vital part of door-to-door canvassing. A lot of time and energy can be wasted by knocking on doors in a heavily Democratic area. On the other hand, few things are able to provide the thrill that comes from talking to neighbors and convincing them to vote for your candidate. FreedomWorks for America aims to avoid the former and provide the latter with its walking map technology.

FWFA Campaigns Update

By Henry Graebe, 09/19/12

As the final six weeks of the election cycle approaches, activists have been putting the pedal to the metal to ‘Get Out The Vote’ at full speed. In true grassroots fashion, volunteers from around the country have been making their voices heard by sign blitzing, knocking on their neighbors’ doors, and phone banking. As November 6 gets closer, the sense of urgency to take back the Senate and to fire Obama grows. As shown in Indiana with Richard Mourdock and in Texas with Ted Cruz, talking to your friends and neighbors about electing a fiscally responsible candidate works!

Sherrod Brown: The Most Liberal Member of Congress

By Kristina Ribali, 09/12/12

In a time of unprecedented spending, deficits and expanding federal government, ask yourself - do we need to reelect a senator who has the most liberal voting record in the country?  A senator who is a rubber stamp for the Obama Administration?   The great citizens of the Buckeye state have a choice, a clear choice.  

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FreedomWorks For America on the Road in Ohio

By David Spielman, 09/12/12

Last weekend FreedomWorks for America hosted a training session for the Loraine County Tea Party in Amherst, OH.  FreedomWorks for America Campaigns Staff David Spielman hosted the meeting of over 60 activists, including many members of the FWFA Mandel Victory Team.  Spielman stressed the importance of grassroots campaigning and introduced the activists to the use of yard signs, door-to-door campaigning, and voter ID calls. 

Campaign Tip of the Week

By Henry Graebe, 09/07/12

One of the great tools offered by FreedomWorks for America is yard signs. These signs are a great way to boost a candidate’s name recognition and a single, well-placed sign can potentially reach thousands of voters.

With November 6 rapidly approaching, it is worth taking a few minutes to describe several do’s and do not’s when using yard signs. This will help to maximize efforts prior to the election.

DO #1 – Adopt-A-Highway

New Ad Uses Children to Attack Allen West

By Kemberlee Kaye, 08/28/12

It looks like Patrick Murphy is at it again with another nasty attack ad.  A few weeks ago, a SuperPAC funded by Murphy's father portrayed West beating up women.  The latest tasteless ad features children reciting some of the left's least favorite West quotes and concluding that West, "needs a time out."

Using the FLS Phone Banking System

By Derek Ellerman, 08/27/12

This blog is a step-by-step tutorial for using the FLS Connect phone banking system. 

The video below also takes you through the steps from beginning to end.

Get started by going to Freedomworksforamerica.org

On the homepage, click on the blue "make phone calls" button in the lower right side. 

All Hands on Deck: America Needs Your Help to Take Back the Senate

By Kemberlee Kaye, 08/27/12

There's no time to waste. With just over two months left until the election, our only chance of completely and totally repealing the atrocity of Obamacare is to elect a Republican majority in the Senate. With all eyes on the presidential race (and yes, we must win that one too) we have to quicken our pace and amp up our efforts in the Senate races. 

Richard Mourdock on Conservatism, Why He's Running for Senate and What He Hopes to Change

By Kemberlee Kaye, 08/27/12

A few weeks ago I had an opportunity to catch up with Indiana's Republican Senate Candidate, Richard Mourdock. Indiana State Treasurer Mourdock ousted incumbent Republican Senator, Dick Lugar, in an incredible primary upset.

Ted Cruz Will Debate Paul Sadler October 2

By Kemberlee Kaye, 08/27/12

Following a decisive victory in the Texas Primary Runoff, it's time for Ted Cruz to face Democratic candidate for Senate, Paul Sadler.

The Texas Tribune reports:

Ted Cruz and Paul Sadler, who are running to replace Kay Bailey Hutchison, have agreed to a televised debate on October 2 in Dallas.