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September, 2011 – Campaign Update

Sep 16th, 2011 | By

All new September issue of Government Is Not GOD – PAC’s update. In this issue: GING-PAC endorsed Bob Turner wins special election in New York. Jewish vote goes to GOP over same-sex marriage issue. GOP wins big in special election in Nevada. Next special election in Oregon. GING-PAC supported Alan West flies the colors for 9-11 anniversary. President Obama’s Arab Spring turns to Fall nightmare for Israel.



FIRST LADY OF LUXURY TRAVEL: Highlights from the lavish getaways over the past 12 monthsS

Aug 25th, 2011 | By

First lady of luxury travel: Highlights from the lavish getaways over the past 12 months including the outrageously expensive four days in Spain and the Hawaii vacation just a few months ago. Massages, five star hotels and top shelf vodka. Expense details from the Mail in the UK



August, 2011 Campaign Update

Aug 16th, 2011 | By
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Three special elections for the House: California 36th, New York 9th and Oregon 1st. Democrats keep seat in far left coast district, but Republicans may do pickups in New York and Oregon. Evangelicals saddle up for Rick Perry saying that Michele Bachmann is just too conservative to win. Evangelicals will not support Newt Gingrich but Ron Paul makes inroads.



July, 2011 Campaign Update

Jul 12th, 2011 | By
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In this July edition of Campaign Update the candidacy of Jon Huntsman for president is examined in light of the support he seems to have in the “mainstream” media. His “gay friendly” governorship of Utah is also discussed. A gay UTAH newspaper has all but endorsed Huntsman stating he is LGBT friendly governor. GING-PAC chairman

William J Murray also discusses the endorsement of Congressman Todd Akin for Senate in Missouri and the presidential campaign of Michele Bachman with her surge in Iowa polls.



June, 2011 Campaign Update

Jun 9th, 2011 | By

This June campaign update includes information on special elections in New York and California. In California 36 GING-PAC endorsed candidate Craig Huey ran second in a crowded field to win a runoff slot in what was a Democrat district. Up in New York a Democrat running on a fake Tea Party ticket acted as a spoiler allowing a Democrat to win a traditional Republican seat. Senate election updates as well in this issue include information on Ted Cruz in Texas, an up and coming star in the GOP who is 100% social conservative.



March – April Update

Mar 28th, 2011 | By
Congressman Randy Forbes (R-VA).

In this issue: What our endorsed congressmen are accomplishing in Congress  



GING-PAC-Supported Senator Fights Government Waste & Over-Regulation

Mar 16th, 2011 | By

March 16, 2011 – First-term Florida Senator Marco Rubio (R) has just introduced an amendment to defund the Environmental Protection Agency’s job-killing mandates on the American economy. The Senator is offering two amendments to S. 493, the SBIR/STTR Reauthorization Act. These amendments will prohibit funds from going to the EPA’s numeric nutrient standards and will

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Did rhetoric cause shooting of congresswoman?

Jan 12th, 2011 | By

With Loughner’s history, it is easy to see why the left is blaming Sarah Palin for the shooting. The left and the establishment media desperately need to shift the blame from the perpetrator to someone else, someone that does not share their ideology.



November – December Update

Jan 11th, 2011 | By

A couple of our elections went to recounts and the last one was not decided until the last week of November when Rep. Dan Maffei (D-NY), first elected from New York’s 25th Congressional District in 2008, conceded to Ann Marie Buerkle (R).  The final margin of victory for our candidate was just 567 votes out

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November – December Update

Dec 1st, 2010 | By

A couple of our elections went to recounts and the last one was not decided until the last week of November when Rep. Dan Maffei (D-NY), first elected from New York’s 25th Congressional District in 2008, conceded to Ann Marie Buerkle (R).  The final margin of victory for our candidate was just 567 votes out

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