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Op-ed Placement

Has the Tea Party Lost to the GOP Establishment?

Last night, the freedom movement won some important electoral primary victories. In Georgia’s 11th District, Barry Loudermilk, a true champion of limited government, education freedom and market-centered health care solutions, came in first in his race with 39 percent of the vote, and is headed to the July 22nd runoff. In Georgia’s First District, Dr. Bob Johnson also made his way to the July runoff.

05/21/2014
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Press Release

FreedomWorks for America Responds to the Kentucky Senate Primary Results

Washington, DC- After the polls closed in Kentucky and the Republican Senate primary results were called in favor of five-term incumbent Mitch McConnell, FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe released the following statement:

05/20/2014
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Blog Hit

Youth For Bevin Out in Full Force

BY Joel Davis & Chris Gallaher

Holly Fraser, a fifteen year old from Rhode Island, has done an amazing job in recruiting 35 teenagers from 7 states to help Matt Bevin win the Senate race in Kentucky. These amazing teenagers have knocked on over 2,500 homes in their first two days on the ground. They have also made over 1,500 phone calls to potential voters.

05/20/2014
FreedomWorks Ad Campaign Targets Key Senators on Stimulus
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Press Release

FreedomWorks Ad Campaign Targets Key Senators on Stimulus

This week FreedomWorks unveiled an ad campaign targeting Sens. Olympia Snowe (R-ME), Susan Collins (R-ME), George Voinovich (R-OH), and Mitch McConnell (R-KY) over how they will vote on the more than $1 trillion stimulus plan now before the U.S. Senate.  These print ads, scheduled to run in targeted newspapers in each senator's state, highlight the potentially devastating economic impact that the proposed stimulus plan threatens and urges them to oppose it. An excerpt from the ad relays that this legislation:

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