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Cassidy: "They'll hold their nose."

Congressman Bill Cassidy (R-LA) – the liberal Republican running for U.S. Senate in Louisiana – just let the cat out of the bag. In an interview with Politico, he explained why he doesn't believe he needs to earn the support of conservatives in the Bayou State. "They're going to vote, they'll hold their nose, they will do whatever,"he said of his state's divided Republicans. "They will vote. We will win."

House Conservatives Project

We recently started a new effort at the request of our members to support principled conservatives running for the U.S. House of Representatives. The goal of this new House Conservatives Project is to strengthen the House and build a conservative farm team for higher offices.

Grimes and Cassidy Refuse to Disclose Which Presidents They Voted For

Senate Conservatives Fund President Ken Cuccinelli, made the following statement in light of Congressman Bill Cassidy's (R-LA) unwillingness to be open with Louisiana voters and after Democrat candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes (D-KY) refused to disclose which Presidents she has voted for:

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Here's a quick financial report on our 2014 election efforts. Thanks to your support, thousands of freedom-loving Americans have come together to invest over $4 million in these eight outstanding candidates.

Watch Out for Scam PACs

With the midterm elections just weeks away, many Americans are looking for ways to help elect candidates who share their values. Unfortunately, there are a lot of scam artists who solicit money in the name of helping candidates, but do nothing to help those candidates. Instead, they keep the money and defraud thousands of well-intentioned donors.

Mike Lee Responds to Court Decision on Gay Marriage Cases

Today, Senator Mike Lee responded to the decision by the Supreme Court to not review several cases involving a state’s right to define marriage.

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