In The News… 2.11.16

Stacy French - February 11th, 2016
  • Real Clear Markets on the true cost of over-regulation
  • Forbes; Despite everything Bernie says, Wall Street was not deregulated before the crash
  • Roll Call on taking down establishment and incumbent Republicans; the Club for Growth PAC is “the most influential of a coterie of organizations known for taking on Republican incumbents”
  • The News and Observer; Jim Duncan wins Wake County straw poll 41-26 over Rep. Ellmers



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Conservative Review: Davidson Receives Support From Conservative Groups

Stacy French - February 10th, 2016

Two major conservative political advocacy groups have endorsed businessman and veteran Warren Davidson in the race to fill former Speaker of the House John Boehner’s vacant congressional seat.

Club for Growth Action, the political arm of the conservative advocacy group Club for Growth, has released the following ad for Davidson:

“Ohio’s 8th Congressional District doesn’t need another career politician,” said Club for Growth president David McIntosh in an emailed press release:

“Warren Davidson is a successful businessman and he’s not a political insider. Davidson has a resolute commitment to conservative economic policy, and Club for Growth Action is placing this ad to begin telling Davidson’s story of job creation and achievement.”

The businessman has also won the endorsement of the Senate Conservatives Fund. “Warren Davidson is a strong conservative who will fight for our values and protect the Constitution,” said SCF President Ken Cuccinelli in their emailed press release.

“This congressional seat was formerly occupied by an establishment Republican who supported the Democrats’ agenda. Voters in Ohio deserve better and now they have a chance to elect someone who will fight for their values. We’re very proud to support Warren Davidson for Congress and we’re excited to do our part to help him win this important race.”

Davidson is one of 15 announced Republican candidates for congress in the 8th congressional district. According to FEC documents, Davidson ended 2015 with $137,823 cash on hand. The establishment candidate, Ohio state senator Bill Beagle, currently holds $203,427 cash on hand. Representative Jim Jordan R-OH, (Liberty Score® - A), chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, said of Davidson: “This is the kind of guy we need in Washington. He’s going to come in there and stand firm. To me, that’s the most important thing.”

Warren Davidson was born and raised in Ohio. He enlisted in the Army after High School and Graduated from West Point at the top of his class. He enlisted and served as an Army officer with the Old Guard, the 75th Ranger Regiment, and the 101st Airborne Division.

Davidson returned to Ohio in 2000 to work for his family’s manufacturing business, now employs over 200 people.

He has been happily married to his wife, Lisa, for 20 years, and they are proud parents of two teenage children.

The special election primary will be held on March 15th, 2016.

- See more at: https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2016/02/conservative-pacs-endorse-warren-davidson

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In The News… 2.10.16

Stacy French - February 10th, 2016
  • Daily Signal, What Obama got wrong in his budget (it’s a long list)
  • Forbes, Why so many historians agree with Cruz on the gold standard

  • McCarter calls out Shimkus for not being conservative enough, WSIL
  • Ron Johnson on Obama’s $4.1 trillion budget, We Are Green Bay

In The News… 2.9.16

Stacy French - February 09th, 2016
  • Mike Lee receives a strong approval rating, 65-26; Utah Policy
  • Maine’s work requirement for childless adults receiving food stamps is working; Daily Signal
  • Ken Blackwell: Obamacare creates barriers for patients; CNS News
  • Investor’s Business Daily; Obama should be flagged for excessive celebration after jobs report

In the news… 1.28.16

Stacy French - January 28th, 2016
  • The Daily Caller, Obama’s regulations are crippling the economy
  • Steve Forbes weighs in on two issues that must be discussed tonight: healthcare and the Federal Reserve’s “economic-growth-killing policies,” Forbes