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Harry Reid was fired – he will no longer be the Senate Majority Leader. Because of you, we were able to flip enough seats to take the Senate. And, we were able to fire at least three Democrats in Arkansas, Colorado, and North Carolina.
FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe comment on Rep. Labrador's leadership run, "Rep. Labrador's impressive performance is indicative of a growing liberty caucus that is ready to make a policy agenda of individual liberty and fiscal responsibility a priority in the House. We are looking forward to an even bigger group of liberty leadership candidates after the elections in November."
FreedomWorks PAC announced its endorsement of Tom McMillin for U.S. Congress in Michigan’s eighth district. After a thorough review of the candidates in the race, FreedomWorks PAC believes Tom McMillin is the clear choice for Michiganders looking to preserve individual freedom. McMillin will go up against Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop in the August 5 primary.
FreedomWorks is mobilizing its membership to urge Rep. Raúl Labrador (ID-1) to run for House Majority Leader, following Eric Cantor’s resignation after his primary upset. Activists are calling on Rep. Labrador to run, as well as contacting their representatives in the House to support him. The leadership election will be on June 19, with Rep. Kevin McCarthy (CA-22) currently the only one in the race.
Keep your word. Don’t take things that aren’t yours. Don’t spend more than you have. This is common sense for most people. But in Washington, D.C., these grade-school lessons are considered downright radical.
How to Make the Senate Vote on Full Obamacare Repeal
Tomorrow, the House will vote on a bill to repeal the government takeover of health care. After it passes, the bill will go over to the Senate. The conventional wisdom is that it will die there. But don't start the funeral parade too soon. There is way to force a Senate vote on the House repeal bill.