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Congressional Primaries in FLORIDA, WISCONSIN

Posted on Wednesday August 15, 2012 No Comments ››

Notable results and highlights from yesterday’s Congressional Primaries. Florida: —   As expected, Rep. Connie Mack won the GOP Senate Primary handily, but former 7-term Space Coast Congressman Dave Weldon made an impressive showing considering that he entered the race only two months ago. —     In the Orlando area, 10-term Member John Mica defeated popular Freshman Sandy Adams ...

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A stunner in Texas Senate Race.

Posted on Wednesday August 01, 2012 No Comments ››

A stunner in Texas Senate Race - Conservative "Darling" Ted Cruz wins! We have done it with other, special primary candidates. Now we did it with Ted Cruz. The "we" is American Principles PAC. The "it" means supporting what appear to be long shot candidates long before they take the lead. We first met Ted at a Miami Beach event ...

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Doug Lamborn

Notable Congressional PRIMARY RESULTS

Posted on Thursday June 28, 2012 No Comments ››

Notable Congressional PRIMARY RESULTS (Sen. Hatch and Reps. Lamborn survive, as does Rep. Charlie Rangel; Jeffries defeats Barron; Rep. Sullivan is defeated) Dear Members, Activists and Friends of AMERICAN PRINCIPLES, Below are results for some of the more notable races in yesterday’s Congressional primaries. Our good friend Doug Lamborn from Colorado Springs prevailed, as did the venerable Sen. ...

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Congrats Richard Mourdock

Congratulations to the new GOP Nominee for Senate from Indiana

Posted on Tuesday May 08, 2012 No Comments ››

Congratulations to the new GOP Nominee for Senate from Indiana - American Principles-endorsed Treasurer Richard Mourdock Sometimes, we must follow our political instinct and take a chance. This is one such situation. While I had heard about Indiana Treasurer and U.S. Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock’s huge challenge of taking on 6-term incumbent Sen. Richard Lugar in the ...

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