Thank you so very much for a resounding election night victory.
This is a photo of me addressing a crowd of supporters after our election night victory. I decided to celebrate election night on the factory floor of a local small business because it’s precisely the men and women who toil daily on America’s factory floors who have been left behind by the insider class that currently dominates Washington DC.
It’s the men and women, whose calloused hands keep the factory floor moving, who built America, and will continue to build America, if we can just get Washington insiders out of their way. With all the talk about “messaging” in politics, I find that we tend to over-complicate things. The bottom line is, if you are a true Republican, and not a lobbyist-in-training, our message is a clear one.
We should be asking the hard-working men and women working on America’s factory floors a few simple questions:
-Do you want to keep more of your hard-earned money?
-Do you want to choose your own healthcare options?
-Do you want to choose where your child goes to school?
If you answered “yes”, then welcome to the Renegade Republican Party, we fight the insiders who fight against you.
Thank you for everything,
Something to think about before you close the curtain to vote. #TakeItBack #Bongino
Does My Vote Matter?
I hear this often and my answer may surprise you. While your vote is unlikely to be the deciding factor in any single election, your participation in the electoral process is vital. Here’s why; those seeking elected office, and those in elected office, know if you voted, although they do not know who you voted for.
Why is this important? In modern elections, data is everything and voter-targeting in now ubiquitous. Candidates, and those running for reelection, have limited time periods to reach voters and the days of knocking on every door are over. And, although you may find those robo-calls, knocks on your door, and political mailers annoying, you should consider them a good sign of your civic engagement. If you are on the receiving end of these calls and door knocks it’s due to the fact that you have been identified (typically by a high voter score) as someone who takes their responsibility to vote seriously.
The insider crowd in both DC, and in the State-House, also know if you vote and, although they are your representative whether you vote or not, I have heard about them responding rapidly to those who they know vote. I am not sanctioning this behavior, simply doing what I have always done on this page, tell it as it is, not as it should be.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 24th, is Maryland’s Primary election. Whether you support me or not tomorrow, please vote because, whether I win or lose, you,
when choosing not to vote, lose.
One final note, there are three exceptional candidates running tomorrow who I endorsed first in this cycle. They are terrific candidates who I am sure will clean house in Annapolis. Please support:
-Brian Chisholm for Delegate in Anne Arundel County
-Wendi Peters for Delegate in Frederick and Carroll Counties
-Josh Stonko for Delegate in Carroll County
Thank you for everything, it is an honor to fight this fight alongside you.
We are watching, in real time, the collapse of the big-government model on which the house of liberalism has been built. The only question remaining is, when will those on the far left accept the results, rather than the intentions of the big government model?
President Obama ran on the idea that a big government can solve big problems, yet this model has not only not solved any of our big problems, but it has created new ones, while aggravating old ones created by prior administrations.
Think about where we find ourselves. We are in the midst of a border crisis on our southern border, a civil war in Iraq, an aggressive expansion of Russian territory, a historically unpopular healthcare initiative, record numbers of Americans both outside of our workforce and receiving disability payments from the government, a crisis where our own IRS admits to targeting Americans, then pleads the 5th, then “loses” only the emails of the suspects involved, destroys their hard-drives and tells us nothing is wrong. And where is our President on these issues? He is issuing public statements on how he disagrees with the name of an NFL team. Calling this leadership is either willfully misleading or un-willfully blind.
If “Bush did it”, then Obama “did it” worse. If we are going to blame Bush for starting the house fire, isn’t it fair to blame Obama for pouring gasoline on it?
November is rapidly approaching and yes, voting matters. If you believe otherwise, we’ll take action while you sit back and just take it. Stand up, fight back, and cede no more ground.