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Seven Important Senate Races

TED CRUZ (R) faces Congressman Beto O'Rourke (D) in Texas. Senator Cruz has a long record of fighting for conservative policies in the Senate, making him a top target for the left.
Support Ted Cruz

 

JOSH HAWLEY (R) faces Senator Claire McCaskill (D) in Missouri. State Attorney General Hawley has a proven record of supporting and defending the Constitution.
Support Josh Hawley

 

MARSHA BLACKBURN (R) faces former Governor Phil Bredesen (D) in Tennessee. U.S. Rep. Blackburn has a strong record of fighting for border security and the sanctity of life.
Support Marsha Blackburn

 

MIKE BRAUN (R) faces Senator Joe Donnelly (D) in Indiana. Braun is a successful businessman who is a political outsider. He will stand up to the big spenders in both parties.
Support Mike Braun

 

JOHN JAMES (R) faces Senator Debbie Stabenow (D) in Michigan. This combat veteran and businessman is a conservative outsider and he's giving Stabenow the fight of her life.
Support John James

 

MATT ROSENDALE (R) faces Senator Jon Tester (D) in Montana. Rosendale has a proven record of fighting to stop Obamacare, to cut wasteful spending, and to defend property rights. 
Support Matt Rosendale

 

PATRICK MORRISEY (R) faces Senator Joe Manchin (D) in West Virginia. State Attorney General Morrisey is a reliable conservative who has fought Obamacare and the job-killing EPA.
Support Patrick Morrisey


Support Freedom Caucus Candidates


DAVE BRAT (R) faces Abigail Spanberger (D) in Virginia, District 7. Rating: Toss-Up
Support Dave Brat

 

SCOTT PERRY (R) faces George Scott (D) in Pennsylvania, District 10. Rating: Leans GOP
Support Scott Perry

 

DEBBIE LESKO (R) faces Hiral Tipirneni (D) in Arizona, District 8. Rating: Leans GOP
Support Debbie Lesko

 

TED BUDD (R) faces Kathy Manning (D) in North Carolina, District 13. Rating: Leans GOP
Support Ted Budd

 

ROD BLUM (R) faces Abby Finkenauer (D) Iowa, District 1. Rating: Toss-Up
Support Rod Blum



SAVE THE HOUSE!

We can Save the House of Representatives starting with calling for these six, close, toss-up House races!  See details below. With Red Dialer's remote calling, from your home or anywhere else, you can call on behalf of campaigns around the country.

Spread the word now: Share the information in this email with friends, family, and groups around the country so the maximum number of calls can be made.

Note: First email the contact person listed below (before calling or texting). Also tell the contact that you got their name from Save the House--a nationwide grassroots project that invites conservatives to volunteer through grassroots activities (such as calling) to help tip the scales in these critical, toss-up House races (check back often as more will be added):
  
California 25st:  STEVE KNIGHT 
Remote Call via Red Dialer or Volunteer via 3 HQ locations to call, canvass, deliver signs, and do office work. 
Days and Hours: open 7 days a week, 10 am – 8 pm; they will be open earlier closer toward November. 

Antelope Valley: 311 E Ave K8, Lancaster 
Simi Valley: 2878 E Cochran St, Simi Valley CA 93065

Santa Clarita: 20655 Soledad Canyon Road #25, Santa Clarita CA, 

Contact: Jacob Bliss, Political Director, prefers an email first jacobmbliss1@gmail.com , can call to cell: 818-804-6438 or email; if you’re doing a calling party let Jacob know that.


California 39st: YOUNG KIM

Remote Call via Red Dialer (soon) or Volunteer via 3 HQs: 

La Habra: 800 S Beach Blvd.  La Habra 90631
Rowland heights: 2424 Fullerton Rd, Rowland Heights, CA 91748
Yorba Linda: 4901 Main St. Yorba Linda, 92886

Contact: Blake Stephens, Cell: 949-400-2446. Please feel free to call or text.


California 45th:  MIMI WALTERS 

Remote Call via Red Dialer or Volunteer via HQ: 
18872 MacArthur Blvd. Unit 100, Irvine, CA 92612  HQ phone: 949.288.2171

Contact: Sam Spencer, Campaign Manager, Mimi Walters for Congress, sspencer@mimiwalters.com or cell: 949.412.8775; he can provide training for calling parties in the district.


New Jersey 11th: JAY WEBBER 

Remote Call via Red Dialer 
Contact: Kasey Dearden, NJGOP field organizer, kasey@njgop.org or text/call c: 609.751.7013 


Pennsylvania 1st: BRIAN FITZPATRICK 


Remote Call via Red Dialer or volunteer at 4 HQ Offices.
For Red Dialer setup contact: Adam Lester
Adam@brianfitzpatrick.com or cell 201-787-5854

Office Locations & Contacts 

Bensalem Office: 3663 Hulmeville Road, Bensalem, PA

Fairless Hills Office: 510 S Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills, PA 
CONTACT (Lower Bucks): Manny, (215) 932-0684, manny@brianfitzpatrick.com


Doylestown Office: 115 N Broad St., Doylestown, PA
CONTACT (Central Bucks & Montco): Nick, (215) 805-6457, nickm@brianfitzpatrick.com


Quakertown Office: 440 S. West End Blvd, Suite 309, Quakertown, PA
CONTACT (Upper Bucks): Joan, (717)-574-5333, joant@brianfitzpatrick.com


Texas 7th:  JOHN CULBERSON

Remote Call via Red Dialer or Volunteer via 3 HQ offices, M-Sat 9-5: West Houston, Katy, and Jersey Village. They have call-from-home capabilities as well as call from the office. Door-to-door canvassing is an essential part of the operation that they can train people to do on their own or they can come to a weekend block walk. 

Contacts: Ben McPhaul, Campaign Manager, at ben@culbersonforcongress.com  cell 972-415-7293 or Chris Zook, Field Director, chris.zook@harriscountygop.com cell 713-305-0091  

West Side Satellite Office
10301-C Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77024

RNC Victory Office - Jersey Village
17482-B NW Fwy,
Jersey Village, TX 77040

Katy Satellite Office
23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd. Suite B225
Katy, TX 77494 


Work of AG Paxton’s Election Fraud Unit Results in Arrests of 4 Members of Organized Voter Fraud Ring in North Fort Worth 

AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that four individuals were indicted on 30 felony counts of voter fraud and arrested following a lengthy investigation by the Election Fraud Unit of his office. The defendants – all members of an organized voter fraud ring – were paid to target elderly voters in certain north-side Fort Worth precincts in a scheme to generate a large number of mail ballots, and then harvest those ballots for specific candidates in 2016.

“Ballots by mail are intended to make it easier for Texas seniors to vote. The unfortunate downside is their extreme vulnerability to fraud,” Attorney General Paxton said. “My office is committed to ensuring that paid vote harvesters who fraudulently generate mail ballots, stealing votes from seniors, are held accountable for their despicable actions and for the damage they inflict on the electoral process.”

Leticia Sanchez was indicted on one count of illegal voting, a second-degree felony punishable by a prison term of two to 20 years, if convicted. All defendants in the case face state jail felony charges of providing false information on an application for a mail ballot – Sanchez (16 counts), Leticia Sanchez Tepichin (10 counts), Maria Solis (two counts) and Laura Parra (one count).

Vote harvesting is accomplished generally in two phases: seeding and harvesting.  In the seeding phase, applications for mail ballot are proliferated in order to blanket targeted precincts with mail ballots.  Then, when ballots are mailed out by the election offices, harvesters attempt either to intercept the ballots outright, or to “assist” elderly voters in voting their ballots while ensuring that the votes are cast for the candidates of the harvesters’ choice. In most cases, the voters do not even know their votes have been stolen.

An investigation into the Fort Worth voter fraud ring by the attorney general’s office determined that fraudulent applications were generated through forged signatures and by altering historical applications and resubmitting them without the knowledge of the voters. Harvesters also used deception to obtain signatures from voters. Many of the voters were forced to cancel their ballots in order to be able to vote in person, and some were forced into receiving primary ballots for the political party supported by the harvesters, though it was not the party the voters wanted to vote for.

From 2005-2017, the attorney general’s office prosecuted 97 defendants for numerous voter fraud violations. This year alone, Attorney General Paxton’s Election Fraud Unit – with assistance from a criminal justice grant from the governor’s office – has prosecuted 33 defendants for a total of 97 election fraud violations. In February, the attorney general announced a significant voter fraud initiative and addressed key problems and policy areas related to election law. 

 
   

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Texans for Fiscal Responsibility 
November 2018 Endorsements

Statewide Endorsements

Name Office
Greg Abbott Governor
Dan Patrick Lieutenant Governor
Ken Paxton Texas Attorney General
Glenn Hegar Texas Comptroller
Sid Miller Agriculture Commissioner
Christi Craddick Railroad Commissioner
Jimmy Blacklock Texas Supreme Court, Place 2
John Devine Texas Supreme Court, Place 4
Jeff Brown Texas Supreme Court, Place 6
Michelle Slaughter Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8

Federal Endorsements

Name District
Ted Cruz U.S. Senate
Louie Gohmert 1
Van Taylor 3
Ron Wright 6
Randy Weber 14
Chip Roy 21

Texas Senate Endorsements

Name District
Bob Hall 2
Charles Schwertner 5
Paul Bettencourt 7
Angela Paxton 8
Kelly Hancock 9
Konni Burton 10
Don Huffines 16
Joan Huffman 17
Pat Fallon 30

Texas House Endorsements

Name District
Cole Hefner 5
Matt Schaefer 6
Steve Toth 15
Mayes Middleton 23
Mike Lang 60
Matt Shaheen 66
Jeff Leach 67
Kyle Biedermann 73
Jonathan Stickland 92
Matt Krause 93
Tony Tinderholt 94
Bill Zedler 96
Jared Patterson 106
Deanna Metzger 107
Jonathan Boos 113
Lisa Luby Ryan 114
Matt Rinaldi 115
Briscoe Cain 128
Valoree Swanson 150

Judicial Endorsements

Candidate Office Sought
Michael Massengale 1st Court of Appeals, Place 8
Jennifer Caughey 1st Court of Appeals, Place 9
Dabney Bassel 2nd Court of Appeals, Place 5
Mike Toth 3rd Court of Appeals, Place 6
John Browning 5th Court of Appeals, Place 11
Jim Pikl 5th Court of Appeals, Place 12
Ernie Aliseda 13th Court of Appeals, Chief Justice
Jaime Tijerina 13th Court of Appeals, Place 4
Brett Busby 14th Court of Appeals, Place 3
Jennifer Edgeworth 219th District Court
Angelina Gooden 280th District Court
Kristin Bays 284th District Court
Alex Kim 323rd District Court
Erin Swanson Harris County Civil Court at Law #2
John Wakefield Harris County Criminal Court at Law #9

Local Endorsements

Name County Office
Chris Hill Collin County Judge
Cheryl Williams Collin Precinct 2
Darrell Hale Collin Precinct 3
J.J. Koch Dallas District 2
Mark Keough Montgomery County Judge

17 House Races You Can Help Now!

We can Save the House (and help save the White House by preventing impeachment) starting with calling (or other activities) for any of these 17 close, toss-up House races, which are arranged alphabetically by state (13 different states).
With Red Dialer's remote calling system, you cancall from your home or anywhere else, on behalf of campaignsaround the country.Call individuallyor better yet,invite a few friends over for a fun calling party!

Note: In general,firstemailthe contact person listed below (before calling or texting).


California 25st: Rep.STEVE KNIGHT
Remote Call via Red Dialeror Volunteer via 3 HQ locations to call, canvass, deliver signs, and do office work.
Days and Hours: open 7 days a week, 10 am – 8 pm; they will be open earlier closer towardNovember.
Antelope Valley: 311 E Ave K8,Lancaster
Simi Valley: 2878 E Cochran St,Simi Valley CA 93065
Santa Clarita: 20655 Soledad Canyon Road#25,Santa Clarita CA,
Contact:Jacob Bliss, Political Director, prefers an email firstjacobmbliss1@gmail.com, can call to cell: 818-804-6438 or email; if you’re doing a calling party let Jacob know that.


California 39st: YOUNG KIM
Remote Call via Red Dialer(soon) or Volunteer via 3 HQs:
La Habra:800 S Beach Blvd. La Habra90631
Rowland heights: 2424 Fullerton Rd, Rowland Heights, CA 91748
Yorba Linda: 4901 Main St. Yorba Linda, 92886
Contact:Blake Stephens, Cell: 949-400-2446. Please feel free to call or text.


California 45th: Rep.MIMI WALTERS
Remote Call via Red Dialeror Volunteer via HQ:
18872 MacArthur Blvd. Unit 100, Irvine, CA 92612 HQ phone: 949.288.2171
Contact:Sam Spencer,Campaign Manager, Mimi Walters for Congress,sspencer@mimiwalters.comor cell: 949.412.8775; he can provide training for calling parties in the district.


Colorado 6th: Rep.MIKE COFFMAN
Remote Call via Red Dialeror Volunteer via HQ:
Greenwood Village
Contact:Reegan Miller, Field Director,reegan@cologop.orgcell: 303.419.2818


Iowa 3rd:Rep.DAVID YOUNG
Remote Call via Red Dialer
Contact:Alexalex@davidyoungforiowa.com
cell: 515.422.1960


Kansas 3rd: Rep.KEVIN YODER
Yoder Calls From Home

https://yoderforcongress.ivolunteers.com/Register/Register
You can automatically create an account to usevia this link but you do need to wait for campaign approval to begin making calls
Contact:Michael Brooks,political director,
michael@yoderforcongress.comoffice:913.766.1159


Kentucky 6th:Rep. ANDY BARR
Remote Call via Red Dialer

Contact:
McKinzii Todd,field@andybarrforcongress.com
Campaign Office:(859) 457-4606


Missouri 2nd:Rep.ANN WAGNER
i360 Remote Calling
Contact:Kris Cook, Political Director,kris@annwagner.com,314.952.4266


New Jersey 11th:JAY WEBBER
Remote Call via Red Dialer
Contact:Kasey Dearden, NJGOP field organizer,kasey@njgop.orgor text/call c: 609.751.7013


New York 22nd:Rep.Claudia Tenney
Remote Call via Red Dialer
Contact:Josh Kunkel
Political Directorjoshk@claudiaforcongress.com cell: 260.348.0079
The campaign primarily uses Red Dialer and can make accounts for anyone who helps. They also need help canvassing and with mailers, undecided postcards, and putting up 4-by-8 signs.
2 Offices:
204 Washington St. in Endicott
607-205-1054
8469 Seneca Turnpike, Suite 105, New Hartford
315-765-6542
Someone is in both offices generally from Monday through Saturday 9 am to 9 pm. Sundays we are generally in the office noon to 7. If Rep. Tenney has an event, there might be no one in the office.


North Carolina 9th:MARK HARRIS
Remote Call via Red Dialer
Contact:
ConradPogorzelski, Political Director
pogo214@gmail.com cell:704-860-7561
Other grassroots door-to-door or via HQ:
14700 Independence Blvd. Indian Trail, NC
Regular Hours of Operation: Monday- Friday 10am-5pm
Contact:Jake Johnson, Field Director
cell: 828-817-5719,jake.h.johnson007@gmail.com


North Carolina 13th: Rep.TED BUDD
Remote Call via Red Dialerand grassroots at HQ
Contact: Elizabeth, Campaign Manager
elizabeth@tedbudd.comcell: 661.342.8688


Ohio1st: Rep. Steve Chabot
Remote Call via Red Dialer
Contact:Alan Mackinder,Ohio Republican PartyHamilton County Field Organizer,atamackinder@ohiogop.orgto have your account set up. Heneeds the following info (required information is noted with anasterisk* but the other optional info is helpful):
First Name*
Last Name*
Email Address*
Phone Number
Zip Code

Once the account is created, you'll be notified with your username and password. You can text or call Alan on his cell phone 513-417-7774 with any questions and concerns. [We have found him to be especially responsive.]

GrassrootsContact: Chad Kunkel, Volunteer Coordinator, on the ground in Hamilton and Warren Counties, call or text on his cell: 513.972.1155
Chabot Campaign Office (West Side Hamilton County)
6613 Glenway Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45211
amackinder@ohiogop.org
513-417-7774

Republican National Committee (East Side Hamilton County)
10910 Reed Hartman Hwy, Suite 116
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Henry Morris - ORP Field Organizer
hmorris@ohiogop.org
1-937-684-7067

Warren County Republican Party HQ
101 Dave Ave
Lebanon, OH 45036
Andrew Komornik - Regional Field Director
1-7571945-1296


Pennsylvania 1st: Rep. BRIAN FITZPATRICK
Remote Call via Red Dialeror volunteer at 4 HQ Offices.
For Red Dialer setupcontact: Adam Lester,Adam@brianfitzpatrick.comor cell 201-787-5854
Office Locations & Contacts
Bensalem Office: 3663 Hulmeville Road, Bensalem, PA,
Fairless Hills Office: 510 S Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills, PA
CONTACT (Lower Bucks): Manny,(215) 932-0684,manny@brianfitzpatrick.com
Doylestown Office: 115 N Broad St., Doylestown, PA
CONTACT (Central Bucks & Montco): Nick,(215) 805-6457,nickm@brianfitzpatrick.com
Quakertown Office: 440 S. West End Blvd, Suite 309, Quakertown, PA
CONTACT (Upper Bucks): Joan, (717)-574-5333,joant@brianfitzpatrick.com


Texas 7th:Rep.JOHN CULBERSON
Remote Call via Red Dialer
or Volunteer via3HQ offices, M-Sat 9-5: West Houston, Katy, and Jersey Village.Theyhave call-from-home capabilities as well as call from the office. Door-to-door canvassing is an essential part of the operation that they can train people to do on their own or they can come to a weekend block walk.
Contacts:Ben McPhaul,Campaign Manager, atben@culbersonforcongress.comcell 972-415-7293orChris Zook, Field Director,chris.zook@harriscountygop.comcell 713-305-0091
West Side Satellite Office
10301-C Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77024
RNC Victory Office - Jersey Village
17482-B NW Fwy,
Jersey Village, TX 77040
Katy Satellite Office
23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd. Suite B225
Katy, TX 77494


Texas32nd:Rep.Pete Sessions
Grassroots now andRed Dialersoon
Contact:
Ryan Young, Deputy Campaign Manager,Ryan.Young@petesessions.comcell: 682-651-5351
Available ways to help: Calls, canvassing neighborhoods
Headquarter Location: East Tower, Watermark Church Complex - 7616
LBJ Freeway, Suite 727, Dallas, TX 75251


Virginia7th:Rep. David Brat
Remote Call via Red Dialer
Contact:Patrick Snow,psnow@rpv.orgorcell: 919.714.2264