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« Reply #1100 on: August 09, 2017, 10:27:12 am »
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Pearcy responses to Senator Warren on Social Media

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Marco Rubio Campaign Ad
In an effort to win among middle class voters, working class voters and unemployed people, Marco Rubio's presidential campaign broadcasts an ad attacking Elizabeth Warren for adopting policies that are crushing the middle class due to big government and also due to Warren's ties with Wall Street. This ad is also narrating Rubio's plan to get the middle class rising and winning again in order to get the U.S. economy dynamic again.

The ad titled « Real and Undisputed Champion of the Middle Class » airs in Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Maine, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, the Washington state, California, Nebraska, Montana, Alaska and Hawaii
   
« Real and Undisputed Champion of the Middle Class » advertisement narration :




Elizabeth Warren : The first thing I'm going to promise is that I'm going to be a voice in the room on behalf of the middle class families.


Narrator : Really? Congress had Warren overseeing how your tax dollars were spent on tarp bailouts, bailing out the same banks that helped cause the financial collapse, bailouts that handed a big bonus to bank executives while middle class Americans lost out. Later, Warren went on a charm offensive with some of the same banks who got bailed out.


Warren has claimed over and over again that she's a champion of the middle class and the poor and that she will take on Wall Street. And yet she is endorsed by Michael Bloomberg, a man who was a general partner at Salomon Brothers (a bulge-bracket Wall Street investment bank), a man who is none other than the 6th richest person in the United States and the 10th richest person in the world and who will spend in order to help Elizabeth Warren to buy this election. No wonder that Senator Warren has collected more than $630,000 from individuals in the securities and investment industry (making it the sixth highest industry in political donations to her campaigns) in addition of receiving $2.3 million in contributions from Wall Street lawyers and law firms (the second most of any industry only behind those who are retired) to her campaign’s coffers in order to fund her 2012 senatorial campaign. And she even admitted she accepted campaign contributions from Wall Street.

Elizabeth Warren : I do have donors on Wall Street.


Narrator : Warren also supports Dodd-Frank, a policy that made big banks bigger because the government made them big by imposing thousands of pages of regulations. Unlike small banks, big banks are able to deal with all these regulations because they have an army of lawyers and compliance officers, thus making big banks bigger while small banks are struggling to lend or to exist. Dodd-Frank is also eviscerating small businesses and small banks since it wiped out 40 % of small and mid-size banks that loan money to small businesses, which bankrupted small businesses, killed tens of thousands of jobs and drastically raised the unemployment rate. So Warren is supporting a policy that puts the special interests of Wall Street individuals ahead of the needs of America's middle class and hard working families.


Her running mate Sherrod Brown voted against the Small Business Tax Fairness Act of 2000 that reduced taxes on small businesses and increased the minimum wage. Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown are seeking to pursue Barack Obama's failed big government policies that increased taxes and regulations on the American people, crushed the middle class, shipped American businesses overseas, made us dependent on foreign energy and made us less competitive in the world economy. Warren's record and policies are bad for the middle class.


Marco Rubio is the real and undisputed champion of the middle class and lower income Americans. As the son of a bartender and a housekeeper, he knows that there can't be a strong America without a strong middle class. He has a better record in taking on Wall Street since he cosponsored the Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2011 which sought a full audit of the Federal Reserve.


As President, Marco Rubio will fight for all the American people. He will fight for the middle class. He will reform Wall Street, repeal Dodd-Frank in order to help smaller banks to recover and to get small businesses growing again to create jobs and hire people. He will cut taxes for all Americans, including the middle class and lower income Americans, which will reinforce their purchasing power as well as consumption and help working class families to raise their children. Marco Rubio will get us to energy independence by abolishing regulations on coal industry, which will bring coal mining jobs in America and increase electricity production and increase Americans' access to heating, by promoting oil drilling and by using a part of revenues from oil drilling to help developing renewable energies. He will reform our education system and make it accssible for all Americans by promoting school choice. He will make America the best place in the world to do business by cutting taxes and regulations on businesses, including small businesses (where most of the jobs in America are created), reducing the cost of doing business in America and lowering our corporate tax rate (that is the highest in the developed world) from 40 % to 20 %, which will not only increase our businesses' dynamism, competitiveness, productivity and ability to create jobs but will also make our trade deals fairer and more advantageous for America and bring American jobs back to this country while helping America to increase its competitiveness in the world economy through lower tariffs and lower costs of trading that will get more international consumers for America, a goal that will also be accomplished by tax cuts and regulation cuts on America's manufacturing industry.

The American people, including the middle class, has a choice to make : four more years of big government policies crushing the middle class or a brighter future making the American Dream possible again through a stronger economy and a stronger middle class thanks to free enterprise and free market solutions.

Marco Rubio for President for the sake of a New American Prosperity and a New American Century for all!


Marco Rubio : I'm Marco Rubio and I approve this message.
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BREAKING NEWS: Sanders Approved to be On Ballot in: TX, IN, WI, CA.
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Group of Economists: Back Bernie, Says his Plan "Will Make US Economy Great Again"
A group of economists are throwing their support behind Bernie Sanders. Lourdes Bederia, Victoria Chick, Nancy Folbre, Thomas Pilketty, Steve Keen, John Weeks and L Randall  Wray, all gave a joint statement backing the Vermont Senator in his independent bid for President. In a statement the economist praised his plan for tax reform, and economic growth; dismissing claims by his opponents that his programs are 'pie in the sky'. "Sanders' economic program is a serious and measured approach,
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Rubio/Pearcy 2016
A New American Century
Schedule July 29-August 5 2016, Part 3

August 2
-Flight to Burlington, Wisconsin
-Meet with voters in Burlington, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Fundraising event in Burlington, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Racine, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Economic policy speech in Racine, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
- Speech in Racine, Wisconsin in an effort to win among Wisconsin's undecided African-American voters :

This campaign is about creating good jobs and opportunities for all the American people. Wisconsin is the birthplace of the Republican Party. Our party was born in 1854 in Ripon, Wisconsin. Meeting at a school house in Ripon on February 28, 1854, some 30 opponents of the Kansas-Nebraska Act called for the organization of a new political party to link their cause with the Declaration of Independence. The group also took a leading role in the creation of the Republican Party in many northern states during the summer of 1854. While conservatives and many moderates were content merely to call for the restoration of the Missouri Compromise or a prohibition of slavery extension, the group insisted that no further political compromise with slavery was possible. The February 1854 meeting was the first political meeting of the group that would become the Republican Party. And then, a few years later, our party led by President Abraham Lincoln adopted the Emancipation Proclamation and abolished slavery, which freed African Americans from slavery.

Now, even under Barack Obama, African Americans' living conditions got worse. Racist murders are committed against several of them as we saw in Ferguson and Charleston and this administration's big government policies are reinforcing their economic struggles. Thanks to tax cuts for all the American people, including the African American community, we're going to improve their living conditions and reinforce their purchasing power. That way, they will be able to overcome their struggles and to achieve success in this society. As President of the United States, I will reform our criminal code, which criminal regulations and laws are easier to understand, as well as our civil forfeiture by which people suspected of crimes will be deprived of private property. I will allow the Attorney General to delay the transfer of firearms to suspected criminals and terrorists in order to prevent massive shootings African Americans, without violating the Second Amendment. Promoting school choice will cost families, including African American families, less and produce higher outcomes compared to public education. It will grant parents the power to orientate their children out of poorly-performing schools assigned by zip code and look for better education elsewhere. It will expand opportunities for low-income students—especially minorities—to attend high-quality schools that would otherwise be accessible only to higher-income families, thus increasing their chances of success and of entry into the workforce.

That's why I'm asking for your vote because the African American community as well as all the American people deserve better than division, unfairness and lack of opportunity. They deserve prosperity, opportunity, liberty and justice for all.


[The crowd of African American voters applauds as they are now decided to vote for Marco Rubio on November 8]

-Meet with voters in Kenosha, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Small government policy speech in Kenosha, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Manufacturing policy speech at Snap-on headquarters in Kenosha, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Somers, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Economic policy speech at Oshkosh Corporation headquarters in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with college voters at the University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan in an effort to win among young voters
-Fundraising event at Oshkosh Public Museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Philips, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Park Falls, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Ladysmith, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Hayward, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Ashland, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Manufacturing policy speech in Ashland, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Hayward, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Washburn, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Bayfield, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Meet with voters in Superior, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Trade policy speech in Superior, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan
-Manufacturing policy speech at Amsoild headquarters in Superior, Wisconsin with Paul Ryan

August 3
-Flight to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
-Meet with voters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with college voters at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey in an effort to attract young voters
-Fundraising event at the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Rally with voters at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Manufacturing policy speech at Carnegie Steel Company headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Energy policy speech in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey :

We need to embrace the energy revolution. Our businesses need to be able to operate affordably and efficiently in order to create jobs and grow our economy. Our families need reasonable gas and electric bills in order to reach financial security. Working mothers and fathers need to be able to commute without breaking the bank. Regulations imposed by bureaucrats whose names we do not even know and who are elected or accountable virtually to no one have a dramatic impact on our economy without any oversight or due process.

Pennsylvania as well as the neighboring state of Ohio are proofs that states don't need government's help to seize their energy potential. These two states could be at the forefront of the shale revolution, which will help turn America into the No. 1 oil and natural gas producer in the world. In fact, their energy potential is due, notably, to their abundant oil and gas reserves in the Utica Shale and the Marcellus natural gas trend. That's why these resources need to be exploited and drilled in order to make sure that America will take advantage of all of its sources of energies (coal, gas, oil, wind, nuclear, solar, electricity, etc.) and create good-paying jobs. That's why I will, as President, promote the establishment of new energy infrastructure here in Pennsylvania and in Ohio to encourage the exploitation of energy resources in the Utica Shale and in the Marcellus trend, approve the Keystone XL pipeline, promote the construction of the TransAmerica Energy pipeline from Pennsylvania to the Californian coasts and encourage oil drilling in ANWR. And instead of using taxpayers' money to invest in the development of renewable energies like Obama is doing and Senator Warren seeks to continue, I will do it with a part of revenues from oil drilling, which will keep boosting job creation while improving our ecological footprint.

We can't deny that the terrorist threat has grown stronger and stronger in the last months through the attacks in San Bernardino, Brussels, Orlando and Nice. By getting energy independence, we can reduce energy imports, thus depriving terrorist groups and other anti-American forces around the world, of the money that comes from our dependence on foreign oil because these are revenues that would be used by terrorists to fund and organize terrorist attacks against us and our allies. That will be another method to defeat global terrorism.

With American innovation, the future will be bright for renewables, but that’s up to our people. We let the economic market pick winners and losers, not Washington and not Washington bureaucrats. Energy and the energy revolution have transformed this economy. Was it because the government created a new agency? No. It’s because Americans did what Americans do : they adapted, worked, innovated and built.

That's why I'm asking for your vote for a stronger energy policy that will lead us to a brighter, more prosperous and safer future.


[Crowd applauds]

-Meet with voters in Cecil Township, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with voters in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with voters in Monongahela, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with voters in Washington, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Healthcare policy speech in Washington, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Tax policy speech in Washington, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Fundraising event at the George Washington Hotel in Washington, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with voters in Beaver, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with voters in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with voters in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with voters in Uniontown, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with voters in Indiana, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Meet with voters in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Economic policy speech in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Foreign policy speech in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Immigration reform policy speech in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
-Rally with voters at Clipper Magazine Stadium in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with Stephen Pearcy and Pat Toomey
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Rubio/Pearcy 2016
A New American Century
Schedule July 29-August 5 2016, Part 4

August 4
-Flight to Blacksburg, Virginia
-Meet with voters in Blacksburg, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Healthcare policy speech at Lewis-Gale Hospital Montgomery in Blacksburg, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker :

It is outrageous that the government bails out insurance companies with taxpayers' money. These bailouts are done at taxpayers' expense, at the middle class' expense. That's why Obamacare is restricting the American people's access to healthcare.

Obamacare is the problem of all this mess in addition of being of one of the most job-killing policies ever put in place by the Obama administration. Obamacare is the reason why so many people are losing their coverage because it cut millions of dollars in Medicare, which is harming our seniors by depriving them of their coverage. My mother is on Medicare and Social Security. I am against anything that is bad for my mother and for every single American.

As President, I will establish an advanceable, refundable tax credit that can be used by every single American to buy health insurance. The value of these credits should increase every year and we should put the tax preference for employer-sponsored insurance on a glide path to make certain that it will make the level of the credits fair within a decade. This will prevent large-scale disruptions and reform a provision in our tax code that has increased up health costs, hurting those who are self-employed and preventing Americans from having truly portable health insurance plans that travel with them regardless of where they work.

I'm going to reform insurance regulations to reduce costs, promote innovation and protect the vulnerable. Those with pre-existing conditions should have access to affordable care through mechanisms such as federally-supported, actuarially-sound and state-based high risk pools. Our people should be able to buy coverage across state lines so they can seek out affordable coverage regardless of where they live. And consumer-centered products like Health Savings Accounts should be encouraged and expanded. There is no single reason to ask  taxpayers to bail out an insurance company that loses money, as is currently the case under Obamacare. My efforts in the Senate to defund Obamacare saved taxpayers 2.5 billion dollars that would have otherwise been used to bailout these insurance companies.

And I will fight to save and strengthen Medicare and Medicaid by placing them on fiscally-sustainable paths. Without reforms, these programs will eventually run out of money. We must move Medicaid into a per-capita block grant system, preserving funding for its recipients while freeing states from Washington mandates. While current seniors on Medicare, like my mother, should see no changes to the program, future generations should be transitioned into a premium support system. A premium support model will empower seniors with choice and market competition just like Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D already do.

Repealing Obamacare is also crucial for the protection of our people's constitutional rights. It will save the 10th amendment of the Constitution of the United States. My healthcare plan will free states from many Obamacare burdens. It will oblige the Secretary of Health and Human Services to grant all state waiver requests unless they increase federal spending, and to issue a final decision on waiver applications within six months of receiving them. Under current law, waivers are at the secretary’s discretion and there is no deadline. The new waiver process will let states reduce premiums and health-care costs by bypassing a broad array of ObamaCare provisions, including benefit mandates and requirements that all individual policies be part of a single risk pool. All of this new flexibility will substantially improve Washington’s fidelity to the 10th Amendment. It will give governors and state legislators the ability to reduce health-care costs for those who’ve struggled in the Obamacare era. It will help them to devote limited resources to those most in need. My healthcare plan represents the greatest expansion of state sovereignty in generations, which is why, when I become President, we will have the greatest opportunity to repeal and replace Obamacare for the sake of our healthcare system and for the sake of the Constitution of the United States.


[Crowd applauds]

-Agriculture policy speech at the Market Square Park in Blacksburg, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Christianburg, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Charlottesville, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Scottsville, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Great Falls, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Foreign policy speech in Great Falls, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Arlington, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Foreign policy speech at Iwo Jima Memorial in Arlington, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Counter-terrorism policy speech at U.S. Air Force Memorial in Arlington, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Counter-terrorism policy speech in front of the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Rosslyn, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Economic policy speech in Rosslyn, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Boyce, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Berryville, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Tax policy speech in Berryville, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Warrenton, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Culpeper, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Virginia Beach, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Foreign policy speech at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek in Virginia Beach, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Rally with voters at the Virginia Beach Sportslex in Virginia Beach, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Tax policy speech in Virginia Beach, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Meet with voters in Chesapeake, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Gun rights policy speech in Chesapeake, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Counter-terrorism policy speech at Northwest Annex in Chesapeake, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker
-Trade policy speech in Chesapeake, Virginia with Lindsey Graham and Bob Corker

August 5
-Flight to Albuquerque, New Mexico
-Meet with voters in Albuquerque, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Rally with voters at Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerque, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Immigration policy speech in Albuquerque, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Trade policy speech in Albuquerque, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Meet with voters in Las Vegas, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Meet with voters in Santa Fe, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Tax policy speech in Santa Fe, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Energy policy speech in Santa Fe, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Meet with voters in Española, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Small government policy speech in Española, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Meet with voters in Dulce, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Meet with voters in Roswell, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Counter-terrorism policy speech at Walker Air Force Base in Roswell, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Meet with voters in Bernalillo, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry
-Bilingual speech at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Bernalillo, New Mexico with Susana Martinez and Richard J. Berry in an effort to attract Hispanic voters
-Flight to Tallahassee, Florida
-Meet with voters in Tallahassee, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Foreign policy speech in Tallahassee, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Meet with college voters at Florida State University's Westcott Plaza in Tallahassee, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Space policy speech in Tallahassee, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Meet with voters in Crestview, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Meet with voters in Fort Myers, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Economic policy speech in Fort Myers, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Meet with voters in St. Petersburg, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Counter-terrorism policy speech in Miami, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Meet with voters in Miami, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Foreign policy speech in Miami, Florida with Jeb Bush and Tomás Regalado
-Flight to Washington D.C.
-Senate duties in Washington D.C.
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Ron Paul Schedule
July 29 - August 5, part 1

July 29

- Foreign policy speech in Bangor, Maine with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash


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Before we start intervening in foreign countries affairs, we need to look to the past, so we don't commit the same mistakes! I have served in the army and I lived enough to see how horrible war is, to our soldiers and to our security! If we hadn't intervened so much, if we hadn't deposed people like Gadaffi and Hussein, the world would be much safer, because we wouldn't have planted seeds to civil wars and terrorists groups to appear!

We need to prevent planting more seeds to more problems to appear, and the way to do this, is by not getting involved in foreign affairs we don't are involved, is to don't intervene in foreign wars, unless they are really important, is to avoid cold relations with countries like Russia! As president I will seek to keep us out of wars and to bring back our soldiers, so the world will be more peaceful and we will be safer! We will put our differences aside with countries like Russia, to defeat the real threat, ISIS!

- Meet with voters in Bangor, Maine with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
- Meet with voters in Waterville, Maine with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
- Meet with voters in Augusta, Maine with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
- Meet with voters in Portland, Maine with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
- Surveillance policy speech in Portland, Maine with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
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The PATRIOT Act and the NSA surveillance are ways to slowly take away our liberty! The PATRIOT Act violates directly the 4th amendment! We can't allow this act to continue violating our bill of rights, to continue taking away our liberty! Both major parties, seek to keep it, the establishment supports it and it won't stop supporting! We need a new candidate who can take back our liberty and end this type of thing!

There is an history, that if you boil a frog slowly, the frog will stay in the pan and die... This is what the government wants to do, the frog is us, and the boiling water, is our liberty being taken away! We need to fight this now!

- Bus trip to Manchester, New Hampshire

July 30

- Economic policy speech in Manchester, New Hampshire with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash


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Why does the government needs to make a million taxes to take the money you earned legally, by working!? This doesn't make sense! If you earned the money, you need to keep it, as president, I'll support abolishing the IRS, I will support repealing the 16th amendment and ending the income tax! And I won't abolish the income tax and the IRS to replace it! I will make sure that they won't be replace, so we can be more confident that we, americans, will be able to use mor of our money!

- Meet with voters in Manchester, New Hampshire with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
- Meet with voters in Nashua, New Hampshire with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
- Meet with voters in Salem, New Hampshire with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
- Drug policy speech in Concord, New Hampshire with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
- Meet with voters in Concord, New Hampshire with Jesse Ventura, Austin Petersen and Justin Amash
- Fly to Houston, Texas

July 31

- Foreign policy speech in Houston, Texas with Jesse Ventura, Adam Kokesh and Barry Goldwater Jr.


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I know how horrible is war because I served during Vietnam and I knew people who died while fighting in the war! I have seen how horrible is war to the soldiers and I have lived to see how disastrous our interventions can turn out to us! Just look to Iraq and Libya! Ron Paul seeks to bring back our soldiers to their homes so they don't need to see the horrors other people have seen. While Marco Rubio and Elizabeth Warren will both continue acting like if we still were in the cold war, Paul will try to make our relations with them better, so together, we can defeat ISIS and make the country safer!

- Meet with voters in Houston, Texas with Jesse Ventura, Adam Kokesh and Barry Goldwater Jr.
- Meet with voters in Colombus, Texas with Jesse Ventura, Adam Kokesh and Barry Goldwater Jr.
- Meet with voters in San Antonio, Texas with Jesse Ventura, Adam Kokesh and Barry Goldwater Jr.
- Meet with voters in San Marcos, Texas with Jesse Ventura, Adam Kokesh and Barry Goldwater Jr.
- Meet with voters in Austin, Texas with Jesse Ventura, Adam Kokesh and Barry Goldwater Jr.
- Economic policy speech in Austin, Texas
- Fly to Detroit, Michigan

August 1

- Attend "Empowering Third Parties and Offering New Solutions"
- Give a speech during the "Empowering Third Parties and Offering New Solutions" event


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Thank You, thank you.

Many people might say to me, and to Bernie Sanders: "You can't win, you are an independent", but I disagree with this, almost 230 years ago, a man who was against parties was elected, as an independent, his name was George Washington. Since his presidency, no other independent was elected, but I think it is time to this to change.

I want to ask, everyone, what did both parties do for you!? Both parties don't fight for the common american, they don't care about the normal american citizen or the poor people, they care about themselves and the big corporations, that with their help, are able to create monopolies... Republicans are elected as small government libertarians, Democrats are elected as champions of the poor, but both Republicans and Democrats, except a few of them, govern for the big corporations, signing deals that hurt us, they fight for themselves, by making numerous corrupt actions, but they don't fight for what they pledged they would fight and they don't fight for the american people!

Both parties have failed with the people many times, they broken promises, there was many corruption in Washington, and now it's time to this to change! We have this chance to change this country, to defeat the corrupt machine of the big parties and their establishment, and the way to this is to vote for an independent in the election! We need to retake our country this year, and I believe we can do it! it won't be easy, but we can rake our country back from the corrupt establishment!

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Sanders campaigned extensively throughout New England, focusing heavily in Maine and New Hampshire, where he hopes his proximity will lead to a strong showing in those states. Moreover, he also attended sevsral events for the Working Families Party, openly saying that he is considering running as a Working Families candidate in future elections. Moreover, he also held a major rally in Honolulu, Hawaii, where 10,000 people arrived just to see him speak.

Sanders also hosted "Empowering Third Parties and Offering New Solutions" in Detroit, Michigan , alongside Dr Ron Paul, where he advocated for the abolition of the 15% requirement to be in the Presidential debates.

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As my friend Ron Paul has stated, people say that you shouldn't waste your vote on third party or independent candidates. But I believe that if you vote for something you don't believe in, then you are wasting your vote. You've cast a ballot for something you don't believe in, or because you're afraid of the other person winning.

That is not democracy, that is the propping up of a broken two-party system.

We heed to start giving third party and independent candidates more than just a cursory look. Cast your vote for something you believe in this year. Liberal, conservative, progressive, libertarian, whatever your politics; make sure you vote for something you do believe in this November!

In addition, Rep. Gabbard toured her district with Nick Hanauer. During this, she openly attacked Warren for saying she supported Assad, again bringing up the phrase "Who would you rather have in charge? A brutal dictator or the leader of ISIS?" She also advocated for the wuthdrawal of US forces from the Middle East, and also notably officiated a gay wedding between two of her constituents.
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« Reply #1111 on: August 12, 2017, 07:49:36 pm »
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Ron Paul Schedule
July 29 - August 5, part 2

August 2

- Fly to Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Economic policy speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul


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I am pro free trade deals! I do think that free trade and low government intervention on the economy are great things! But the TPP isn't a free trade deal! The TPP is a corporatist deal that will continue what is already happening in states like Ohio, Michigan and here, Wisconsin, it will continue helping the corporations to leave the country! It will continue helping the big corporations to create monopolies with the help of the big government!

By staying in the TPP we will only see more and more jobs leaving the country and great places like here becoming worse and worse! That's why, unlike the major parties, I seek to leave the deal! We need real free trade deals! Not globalist, corporatist deals that the politicians pretend that they are free trade deals!

- Meet with voters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Waukesha, Wisconsin with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Madison, Wisconsin with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Surveillance policy speech in Madison, Wisconsin with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Fly to Iowa City, Iowa

August 3

- Energy policy speech in Iowa City, Iowa with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Iowa city, Iowa with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Cedar Rapids, Iowa with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Waterloo, Iowa with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Immigration policy in Waterloo, Iowa with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Fly to Portland, Oregon

August 4

- Drug policy speech in Portland, Oregon with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul


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We need to end the war on drugs! It isn't working! I do think it has good intentions, but we need to face the reality that it isn't working! We waste way too many money in it, and there is little result. Smoking marijuana only harms yourself and jailing people who smoke it is jailing someone who committed a crime without a victim!

We have been jailing many people due to drug use, but this isn't solving anything, as president I will definitely support the legalization of Marijuana and the end of the war on drugs! This way we will save many money, make life better to many people who won't be in jail anymore and give more freedom to people to do whatever they wanto to.

- Meet with voters in Portland, Oregon with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Salem, Oregon with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Albany, Oregon with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Eugene, Oregon with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Meet with voters in Medford, Oregon with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Economic policy speech in Medford, Oregon with Barry Goldwater Jr, Justin Amash and Rand Paul
- Fly to Albuquerque, New Mexico

August 5

- Foreign policy speech in Albuquerque, New Mexico with Barry Goldwater Jr, Rand Paul and John McAfee
- Meet with voters in Albuquerque, New Mexico with Barry Goldwater Jr, Rand Paul and John McAfee
- Meet with voters in Rio Rancho, New Mexico with Barry Goldwater Jr, Rand Paul and John McAfee
- Meet with voters in La Cienega, New Mexico with Barry Goldwater Jr, Rand Paul and John McAfee
- Immigration policy speech in Santa Fé, New Mexico with Barry Goldwater Jr, Rand Paul and John McAfee
- Meet with voters in Santa Fé, New Mexico with Barry Goldwater Jr, Rand Paul and John McAfee
- Fundraising event in Santa Fé, New Mexico
- Fly to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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« Reply #1112 on: August 12, 2017, 08:21:57 pm »
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Schedule for Andrew Napolitano
July 29 - August 5

July 29

- Fly to Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Economic policy speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin about leaving the TPP
- Criss-cross Wisconsin for the rest of the day while meeting voters and telling them how benefited they would be by Ron Paul's policies
- Fly to Las Vegas, Nevada

July 30

- Anti establishment speech in Las Vegas, Nevada
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Marco wants to show himself as a anti establishment republican! He isn't a maverick or anything near to this... He has been shifting his positions to gain more support, he was elected a tea party republican, but then he shifted to the center, to the center, and right now, shifted his positions from the primary but still agreeing with the establishment! This is not being a "new voice"! Not because someone is young the person is a new voice, Rubio is still part of the establishment, their their favorite candidate in the primary! Rubio is more of a new person with old solutions! We can't have more of the same, we need new solution and Ron Paul has the solutions!

- Meet with voters in Las Vegas, Nevada
- Fly to Reno, Nevada
- Meet with voters in Reno, Nevada
- Economic policy speech in Carson City, Nevada
- Fly to Anchorage, Alaska

July 31

- Energy policy speech in Anchorage, Alaska
- Meet with voters in Anchorage, Alaska
- Meet with voters in Wasilla, Alaska
- Meet with voters in Palmer, Alaska
- Constitutional rights speech in Kenai, Alaska
- Meet with voters in Kenai, Alaska
- Fly to Detroit, Michigan

August 1

- Attend "Empowering Third Parties and Offering New Solutions"
- Give a speech during the "Empowering Third Parties and Offering New Solutions" event


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[...] Both Dr. Paul and Mr. Sanders already said this, but I will reinforce this idea! People say that a vote for a third party is a waste, "the third party candidate will never win" they say, but it isn't a waste, a waste of a vote is voting for something you don't really believe, in a democracy, we are supposed to vote on the candidates that represent our ideas! Our system is broken, it is made to two political parties to become big and destroy most third parties, but you can change this, by voting in what you believe, and not in the candidate you dislike the least!

The fact that candidates need 15% in the polls to be part of the debate is one more thing that shows how our system is made to two parties to become big, if we want a democracy to represent more the people, we need to show them more than only two sides, we need to show them the other opinions so they can choose what they really want to the country!

August 2

- Fly to Billings, Montana
- Economic policy speech in Billings, Montana
- Meet with voters in Billings, Montana
- Meet with voters in Boozeman, Montana
- Meet with voters in Butte, Montana
- Surveillance policy speech in Helena, Montana
- Fly to Denver, Colorado

August 3

- Drug policy speech in Denver, Colorado
- Meet with voters in Denver, Colorado
- Meet with voters in Boulder, Colorado
- Meet with voters in Fort Collins, Colorado
- Meet with voters in Colorado Springs, Colorado
- Immigration policy speech in Colorado Springs, Colorado
- Fly to Concord, New Hampshire

August 4

- Constitutional rights speech in Concord, New Hampshire
- Criss-cross New Hampshire for the rest of the day while meeting voters and telling them how benefited they would be by Ron Paul's economic and social policies
- Bus trip to Portland, Maine

August 5

- Foreign policy speech in Portland, Maine
- Meet with voters in Portland, Maine
- Meet with voters in Augusta, Maine
- Meet with voters in Waterville, Maine
- Economic policy speech in Bangor, Maine
- Visit small cities near Bangor, Maine telling voters how Ron Paul's policies will benefit them
- Fly to Cleveland, Ohio
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« Reply #1113 on: August 12, 2017, 10:03:42 pm »
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Marco Rubio's response to Andrew Napolitano in Manchester, New Hampshire

Mr. Napolitano is telling lies claiming that I changed my positions and that I'm seeking to be a leader of the past who has no new ideas. What he said is absolutely not true.

I always stood on my principles and beliefs and always defended the values that make America great. The Gang of Eight bill, for example, included billions of dollars for border enforcement and more border agents so it was aimed at reinforcing our borders. We've been told for 30 years that the borders would be reinforced, but nothing has been done since then. But we are going to reinforce our borders when I'm President in order to make sure we will keep ISIS out of this country. That way, we can prove to the people that illegal immigration is under control. That way, we can reform our immigration system.

And yes, I will be a new voice in the White House because this election is a generational choice about what kind of country we will be. The establishment has never suggested background checks on Syrian rebels before arming them while I do propose this, which will help us to identify the Syrian rebels who deserve to be armed and those who do not due to ties with radical Islamic terrorists. The establishment has never suggested to reduce our corporate tax rate while I do propose this in order to make our trade deals fairer for America, to make sure that they will make America economically competitive and will create American jobs here in America, which will also be done through tax cuts on America's manufacturing industry while Congressman Paul is promoting populism, which is itself an old idea that brings America backwards and kills American jobs through higher tariffs and higher tariffs means more government intrusion in the economy and higher costs on American products, which kills opportunities to get new consumers while consumption is one of the main strengths of a capitalist economy like America. The establishment has never suggested legalizing medical marijuana while I do support such a measure. These are new solutions.

I believe and I know that our country has always been about the future. Before us now is the opportunity to author the greatest chapter yet in the amazing story of America. We can't do this by going back to the leaders and ideas of the past like the Democrats led by Elizabeth Warren are suggesting. We must change the decisions we are making by changing the people who are making them. That's why I'm running for President to lead America to the future, to a New American Century through free market solutions, a business-friendly environment, energy independence, education reform and budget balance. That's how we're going to get to the future because bigger government policies that take money from taxpayers, make us dependent on foreign energy and offshores American businesses overseas push this nation backwards, to the past. That's why I'm running to be a leader of the future.

And I've got to remind you, Mr. Napolitano, that your partner Ron Paul has himself shifted his positions. While he is opposing military interventions, he voted in favor of the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Terrorists in Afghanistan in 2001, after 9/11. So he supported the War in Afghanistan, which was the right thing to do because if we hadn't declare the war on global terrorism, if we didn't go after Bin Laden, he would have been still alive today, more Americans would be dead today and we would have faced a much stronger terrorist threat. But after supporting this war, Congressman Paul is now opposing it. So he shifted his positions. So you are not the most qualified to lecture me on shifting positions.

I do not need any lectures from a vice-presidential candidate who is running alongside a man who has proven to be unworthy of any tolerance and inclusiveness by defending racist newsletters when he said, I quote, that « jury verdicts, basketball games and music are enough to set off black rage » and that « 95 % of the black males in Washington D.C. are semi-criminal or entirely criminal ». These are statements that can only bring further racial tensions and division in this country that is already divided since too long. America is not a place for intolerance. And Congressman Paul has also called the Israeli government « evil » and has published a newsletter containing racist and anti-Semitic rhetoric including a claim that the 1993 World Trade Center bombing may have been carried out by the Mossad. In fact he said, I quote, « Whether it was a setup by the Israeli Mossad or was truly a retaliation by the Islamic fundamentalists matters little ».

[Crowd boos]

No Congressman, it matters a lot to know who committed this terrorist attack. It was committed by Ramzi Yousef and Eyad Ismoil, two radical Islamic terrorists who vowed to destroy America and its allies, including Israel. So it is shameful and irresponsible to accuse the Jews of being responsible of this terrorist attack.

So here is the bottom line : unlike my opponents, I'm running to be President for all Americans of all origins, all beliefs, all races and all religions, whether you are whites, blacks, Hispanics, Asians, men, women, Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hinduists, Buddhists, conservatives, liberals, independents or libertarians. I'm running for President in order to bring integrity and dignity back to the White House and to bring America back on the right track for the sake of a brighter, more prosperous, safer and peaceful future.

[Crowd loudly cheers and applauds]
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Ron Paul in social media

I think Marco doesn't really undestands my proposals, he says my vote for the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan is different from my opinion now. In 2001 we had been attacked and i voted for that so we could go after those who did the attack, this is completely different from toppling a government like the Syrian government, like how Marco wants to.
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« Reply #1117 on: August 13, 2017, 07:32:08 pm »
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Likely later today.
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Senator Sherrod Brown spends the week campaigning in Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota. He uses his speeches to promote the Democratic Ticket's plan for industrial workers, laying out his opposition to "anti-American free trade" agreements like TPP.
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Pearcy campaigns in Akron Ohio on gun rights

I see we got a anti gun senator in your state *Crowd boos*

If Elizabeth Warren is elected president then she will continue Obama's war on gun owners with more laws pushing their gun control agenda. 

However if Marco Rubio is elected president he will shut those downs and we will give the rights of the 2nd amendment back to the people. He will help push for silencer legalization and he will turn back all the fun control laws Obama has created

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August 6-13, 2016

The general election is heating up. Senator Warren and Senator Rubio traded barbs on the stump, while their independent challengers are trying to make waves. Judge Napolitano and Congressman Paul have been going after Rubio on the area of foreign policy, as well as immigration. The Paul campaign likely sees the two issues as a potential draw for disaffected Republicans and libertarian voters; turned off by the Rubiovand GOP message.

For Paul his best States looks to be in New Hampshire, Alaska, Montana and Nevada. Polling has the former Congressman polling with 11% in New Hampshire, 16% in Alaska, 8% in Montana, and 3% in Nevada.

Senator Sanders has been gaining traction in the northeast, and has made it on the ballot in many states, including New Jersey, Wisconsin and Illinois. This move is causing headaches for Democrats, who are already nervous about a tight race against Rubio. Polls show Sanders eating into Warren's lead in usually reliably Democratic states.

In New York, for example: Warren leads: 49% to Rubio's 37%, but Sanders take 9%. In Illinois, the home state of President Obama Sanders polls third with 10%.

Rubio for his part has continued to hammer away at Warren, including among millennials, who were a large voting block for Sanders during the contested primary. By painting Warren as a figure of the past and he the future, his numbers have steadily rebounded. Hus number in the mid west are equally as encouraging. He currently is tied in Ohio with Warren 44% to 44% and leads her 47% to 43% in Pennsylvania. Leads her 44% to 42% in Michigan and ties in Wisconsin 45% to 45%.

In Minnesota, the Democratic stronghold, Warren holds a narrow lead: 47% to 44%.

Rubio, has also made an effort to secure his right flank. Not only is his running mate hitting Ron Paul, but Rubio is going after Paul for his newsletters, which Paul continues to defend.

As the attention now turns to the Olympic Summer games most expect the Presidential race to simmer until at least Labor Day, and then begin in full swing during the final eight week sprint to November 8th.


Rubio battles on two fronts: Warren on the left and Paul on the right. His attacks on both candidates seem to be working.

Reeling from the challenge by Sanders, Warren struggles to hold together the Obama Coalition.


The two wildcards in the race. Right now, Sanders looks to do more damage to Warren,
then Paul to Rubio.

ABC/WASHINGTON POST POLL: General Election
Rubio: 43%
Warren: 37%
Sanders: 8%
Paul: 4%

CNN/ORC POLL: General Election
Rubio: 44%
Warren: 40%
Sanders: 6%
Paul: 3%

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Stephen Pearcy on Jimmy Kimmel

JK:So Stephen first off thank you for being on the show. So tell me what it's like being a Vice Presidental nominee?

Well first off despite what people think it isn't a do nothing job. You can say I am the nominee well second hand man. I am like the personal advisor to Senator Rubio I give him his coffee and bagels in the morning *He and everyone else laughs*

JK:How does he like his coffee.

That is top secret government information I can't give here *They alll laugh again*

Yeah I do believe I am really helping out this ticket reaching out to other people who at first May of never thought of voting for Rubio. I am also glad that he has accepted some of my policies that I preached when I was a candidate like Wall Street reform and the biggest tax cut in history.

JK:You also said in a speech in Oregon about gun rights you mention the unfortunate death of Steve Irwin and how you said there wasn't a call for Stingray control after that event. Do you regret that statement?

Well I have been told that Terri Irwin heard it and she said that she wasn't offended and that she understood what I was staying and that she wasn't upset and I thought it was a cool down to earth response.

JK:Anyways here is what I wanted to say. You have said that Elizabeth Warren spends more time attacking you than Marco Rubio and you called that a problem

Yeah i find it strange. Rubio is the one who you are facing for President not me. I am just his running mate
who has weak knowledge of my career and I also got Joe Biden saying the same thing even though he said I was a great singer so it's weird.

JK:Does it bother you?

Well no I just find it bizarre and I just can't wait to debate Sherrod Brown in the VP debates
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A New American Century
Schedule August 6-August 13 2016, Part 1

August 6
-Senate duties in Washington D.C.

August 7
-Flight to Johnston, Iowa
-Meet with voters in Johnston, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Agriculture policy speech in Johnston, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Winterset, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Truro, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Indianola, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Freedom of religion policy speech in Indianola, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Norwalk, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Town hall meeting with voters in Norwalk, Iowa
-Meet with voters in Carlisle, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Economic policy speech in Carlisle, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Altoona, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Counter-terrorism policy speech in Altoona, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Des Moines, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Speech in Des Moines, Iowa in reaction to the opening of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro :

Every four years, our ambitious, dynamic and competitive athletes seize the opportunity to demonstrate what they can do to ensure an American successful Olympic performance through ambition, passion, audacity and willingness. We will encourage them whether it’s in Rio de Janeiro or by watching them on television or on radios. So I wish good luck for our athletes.

-Small government policy speech in Des Moines, Iowa
-Foreign policy speech in Des Moines, Iowa where Senator Rubio reiterates his promise to fight terrorism through a stronger U.S. military and stronger alliances and to stop Iran's nuclear threat through stronger sanctions and the establishment of an anti-missile shield.
-Meet with voters in Council Bluffs, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Le Mars, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Sioux City, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Constitutional rights policy speech in Sioux City, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Fort Dodge, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Meet with voters in Forest City, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad
-Manufacturing policy speech at Winnebago Industries headquarters in Forest City, Iowa with Joni Ernst, Chuck Grassley and Terry Branstad

August 8
-Flight to Fayetteville, North Carolina
-Meet with voters in Fayetteville, North Carolina with Richard Burr
-Speech on behalf of Richard Burr during a Senate re-election campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina
-Counter-terrorism policy speech at the Airborne & Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville, North Carolina
-Meet with voters in Raleigh, North Carolina with Richard Burr
-Meet with voters in Cary, North Carolina with Richard Burr
-Manufacturing policy speech at Lord Corporation headquarters in Cary, North Carolina
-Economic policy speech at the Cary Chamber of Commerce in Cary, North Carolina
-Meet with voters in Charlotte, North Carolina with Richard Burr
-Meet with voters in Wilmington, North Carolina with Richard Burr
-Flight to Portland, Maine
-Meet with voters in Portland, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
-Rally with voters at Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
-Infrastructure policy speech at Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum in Portland, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
-Meet with voters in Lewiston, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
-Energy policy speech in Lewiston, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
-Meet with voters in Bangor, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
-Trade policy speech in Bangor, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
-Meet with voters in Orono, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
-Meet with college voters at the University of Maine in Orono, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins in an effort to attract young voters
-Meet with voters in Auburn, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
-Foreign policy speech in Auburn, Maine with Paul LePage and Susan Collins
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