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« on: February 03, 2018, 01:29:43 am »

CHANGE.

The 2016 Election Game.
Gameplay thread.



It is 2015. After 8 long years of the Obama presidency, America is different than it was 8 years ago. Americans are ready for new leadership. On the Democratic side, new candidates, young and old, with varying levels of liberalism, compete with each other, each one planning on sweeping the country for the third time in a row. On the Republican side, still with battle scars from 2008 and 2012, ambitious conservative candidates are signing their papers hoping to paint the country a deep shade of red. This is the game, and the history is being made.


RCP: General election poll.
Generic Republican: 47%
Generic Democrat: 46%


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« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2018, 01:31:20 am »

Turn #1:
September 1st - September 19th 2015

(Same rules as a standard turn. The turn lasts 72 hours with an optional 24 hour extension.)



RCP: Republican Primary:
Ted Cruz: 22%
Rob Portman: 20%
Rand Paul: 16%
Chris Christie: 13%
Nikki Haley: 10%
Jim Mattis: 6%
Rick Santorum: 4%

Undecided: 9%


The Republicans: The Newbie Populists vs. The Grand Old Establishments:

The 2016 GOP primary has attracted many different candidates from all over the country, with different levels of experience, background, and their level of conservatism. The current leader in the polling is the popular senator from Texas, Ted Cruz, notable in the conservative crowd for his leadership in the political fight against President Obama in the senate. Second in polling is the Ohio senator Rob Portman, who is heavily favored by the establishment and was one of the front-runners for the role as Mitt Romney's running mate in 2012. The son of Ron Paul, Kentucky senator Rand Paul, is bringing a libertarian perspective to the race, with impressive support. Chris Christie and Nikki Haley, both governors from New Jersey and South Carolina respectively, are both aiming for the presidency with just-enough support into September. The popular republican General Jim Mattis, and the heavily conservative former senator from Pennsylvania, Rick Santorum, are the underdogs in the first rounds of polling.


RCP: Democratic Primary:
Phil Bredesen: 21%
Mark Dayton: 19%
Bernie Sanders: 16%
Joe Sestak: 13%
Janet Napolitano: 9%
Deval Patrick: 7%
Jim Hodges: 4%

Undecided: 11%


The Democrats: The Emerging Progressives vs. the Stand-Ground Moderates:

The Democratic Party field is very wide and diverse going into the primaries. The current leader of democratic lineup polling is the former Governor of Tennessee, Phil Bredesen, with a large amount of support, mainly among moderates in the party. Mark Dayton, the runner up, is currently the popular leader with the progressive wing of the party. The Vermont senator Bernie Sanders is another progressive, self declared Democratic Socialist that is getting surprisingly high poll numbers for his low name recognition in the south and west. Joe Sestak, Janet Napolitano, and Deval Patrick are all entering the race with a somewhat decent polling average. Former Governor or South Carolina, Jim Hodges, is the underdog of the race.


State polling will be posted tomorrow. The first debates will be next turn on Monday night.
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« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2018, 07:02:07 am »

Phil Bredesen Campaign in Iowa: September 1st-September 12th



September 1st: Rally in Des Moines on Bipartisanship

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September 6th: Meet and Greet with Voters in Waterloo


VOTER: It's nice to meet you, Phil. What you're doing really means a lot to us.

PHIL: Thank you. That's nice of you to say. I hope that that trust you have in me will continue throughout this Campaign. I see all of you here tonight and seeing you all here tonight makes me extremely grateful for what I have.

September 7th: Rally in Iowa City on Tax Cuts


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September 8th-September 10th: Barnstorming in Dubuque

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September 11th: All Campaigning halts in Rememberence of the 9/11 attacks. Bredesen will fly to New York City to meet with the victims of the attacks.

September 12th: Rally in Ankeny on the Economy



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Phil Bredesen Campaign in New Hampshire from September 13th-September 19th

September 13th-September 17th: Fundraiser for Charity in Manchester before a rally in Concord on Taxes on September 17th

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September 18th: Rally in Portsmouth on Healthcare reform

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September 19th: Rally in Nashua on Education Reform

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« Reply #3 on: February 03, 2018, 09:19:06 am »

CHRISTIE CAMPAGING SEPTEMBER 1 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 19
September 1st, Chris Christie holds rally in Concord, New Hampshire

“Hello my fellow Americans! I am very honored to be standing here in front of all of you! I’m here today, in the wonderful city of Concord, in front of thousands of amazing people, to talk to you about something I think is very important when it comes to the presidency: Experience. The only two candidates from the Republican Party who have any executive leadership experience are Myself and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley. The other candidates, they have Legislative experience, or no experience at all. For the past few years, I have been governor of the great state of New Jersey. I will approach the presidency with the same belief I have about the governorship. To put the well-being of the people first. I know how to make executive decisions, and I am also a Washington outsider. I’ve never served in D.C. we need someone in Washington who knows what they are doing. And that someone is me!”
The crowd really liked his speech.

September 2nd: DEBATE PREP
Today, Governor Christie spent his time testing his issue knowledge and preparing for the debate.

SEPTEMBER 3RD: MEETING CHURCH LEADERS IN IOWA
Today, Chris Christie met with many church leaders in Des Moines. He talked to them for a long time, and they seemed to really like him.

“Hello! I’m very blessed to get to meet all of you tonight. You are some of the most important people in this country. You teach our kids about the blessings of Jesus Christ. All kids need to learn about these blessings. I am a Catholic. I understand not everyone is. But if I’m elected I will continually fight for religious freedom. No more will you have to be told where you can and cannot talk about Jesus. I will fight Abortion. It’s a really terrible thing. Also, I will fight gay marriage. This is a sin. God made Adam and Eve. Not Adam and Steve *crowd laughs* Thank you! I will fight for all of you! I love you! God Bless. And Bon Jovi forever!”
Pastor Davis: “Governor Christie. Thank you! I can really get behind your message. I can tell you really do love Jesus and I think that you’d make a good president. You seem to be strongly against abortion.”
Governor Christie: “Thank you Pastor. As I said during my speech earlier today, Religion is the most important thing. I promise I will fight abortion if you vote for me. I love all of you. As does our lord and savior, Jesus Christ.”

SEPTEMBER 4-7th. Fundraising in Concord, New Hampshire

“Thank you all for coming tonight. This really means a lot that you would donate money to my campaign the way you all are. I love you all.”

September 8th: Town Hall with voters in Iowa

Chris Christie: “Good morning! I’m very happy to be here doing this today. I am looking forward to all of your questions! Now who would like to go first?”
*An older Lady raises her hand*
Elizabeth White: “Hello Governor Christie.”
Christie: “Hello”
Elizabeth: “my name is Elizabeth White. My question is about Healthcare. You have mentioned repealing Obamacare in the past. How will you make it more affordable for people? And what will you put in place of it?”
Chris Christie: “Thank you Elizabeth. The well-being of the American people is my greatest concern. It’s why I am running for President. I will implement a plan I have called ‘Christiecare’. It will expand Medicaid and social security, making them easier to get. It will also make the government have a bit less involvement. I love all of you. Thanks.”
Overall, the town hall went well.

September 9th: Christie attends Bon Jovi Concert in Houston Texas


September 10th-16th
Christie spent this week barnstorming and fundraising in Iowa

September 17th-19th
Chris Christie spent these days preparing for the Republican debate. He also tested his issue knowledge
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« Reply #4 on: February 03, 2018, 09:40:55 am »

Rick Santorum Campaign Summary Sept 1st-19th


Sept 1st-4th: Hamlin, Estherville, and Marshalltown, Iowa- Rick Santorum made his first 3 campaign stops in small Iowan towns. The events he did all took places at pizza ranches with an average audience of 10-30 people. "It's the great to be in Iowa again!", the former Senator said and the topics that were discussed at the events were ISIS and Obamacare.
Sept 4th-7th: Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, and Sibley, Iowa:- Rick Santorum had stops in the bigger cities of Iowa and a stop in the small town of Sibley. Events were once again all pizza ranches and average audience ranged from 30-40 people. A few Iowans asked the former Senator whether they should support him or Senator Cruz. Santorum responded, " I respect Senator Cruz, but I believe we need someone with experience and a strong record of fighting for conservative values". The former senator primarily talked about his 20/20 tax plan and broke it down for people to understand.
Sept 7th-10th: Clover, Anderson, and Marion, South Carolina- Rick Santorum went down south to South Carolina to meet with voters there. He told the voters he was coming there early because he wanted to build an organization that would be there for him if he is grateful enough to win Iowa. He talked about the issue of abortion and how he is someone who fights for every single unborn life.
Sept 10th-14th: Altoona, Spencer, Ottuwuma, and Boone, Iowa- Rick Santorum went back up to Iowa and spent 4 days campaigning in different small towns of Iowa. This time it was door to door campaigning. He said he was going to fight for every vote and he understands that he is the underdog in the race. "I like being an underdog, it just means we got to fight harder and put our best into it!", Santorum said. The main theme discussed at these events were how the GOP primary would come down to establishment vs. conservative. Santorum noted how the GOP must nominate someone with conservative values as the last two establishment candidates could not reach 270.
Sept 14th-18th: Wiley and Wellman, Iowa and Ackwork and Albany, New Hampshire- Rick Santorum spent two more days visiting Iowa towns before heading over to New Hampshire. The former Senator acknowledged to the crowd that NH is not a friendly state to a conservative, but he will try his best to convince voters to think his way. He made sure to shake every single person's hand after each event was over.
Sept 19th: Campaign Planning- Santorum sat town with his campaign team to discuss his campaign strategy and made some phone calls to GOP donors to try to woo them to aid in his campaign.
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« Reply #5 on: February 03, 2018, 11:06:54 am »

What Mattis did
Jim Mattis campaigned on how the the Republican Party should not be too extreme and campaigned on a stronger Milltary and a energy independence.
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« Reply #6 on: February 03, 2018, 12:16:20 pm »

State Polling:

Republicans:


Iowa:
Ted Cruz: 25%
Rob Portman: 18%
Nikki Haley: 17%
Rand Paul: 13%
Rick Santorum: 10%
Chris Christie: 5%
Jim Mattis: 4%

Undecided: 8%


New Hampshire:
Rob Portman: 23%
Rand Paul: 19%
Ted Cruz: 16%
Chris Christie: 14%
Jim Mattis: 9%
Nikki Haley: 6%
Rick Santorum: 2%

Undecided: 11%



(Democratic polling later today.)
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« Reply #7 on: February 03, 2018, 12:33:58 pm »

With all that campaigning, how is Chris Christie so low?
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« Reply #8 on: February 03, 2018, 12:37:34 pm »


Mattis campaigns on reforming the TPP in Des Monies Iowa

I like free trade and I bet many of you do! However what I don’t like is this trade deal in the Pacific that is going to mess over the Amercian people and businesses and have our competitors win instead.

Now I want to have free and open trade with the Pacific and China and Japan however I don’t like what President Obama and the Democrats’s version is the deal.

As President I will propose a free trade deal of sorts to the Pacific however it will be not the same as Obama’s

I will reduce all tariffs in the deal which still seems to be the case in his’s deal.  And I will cut all the red tape regulations on it and make it a more fairer trade deal on Amercians.
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« Reply #9 on: February 03, 2018, 05:03:20 pm »

State Polling:

Democrats:


Iowa:
Phil Bredesen: 24%
Mark Dayton: 20%
Joe Sestak: 15%
Janet Napolitano: 12%
Bernie Sanders: 10%
Jim Hodges: 8%
Deval Patrick: 5%
Undecided: 6%


New Hampshire:
Mark Dayton: 25%
Phil Bredesen: 21%
Bernie Sanders: 18%
Janet Napolitano: 10%
Deval Patrick: 9%
Joe Sestak: 3%
Jim Hodges: 2%
Undecided: 12%
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« Reply #10 on: February 03, 2018, 05:13:41 pm »

September 1: Patrick holds a rally in Des Moines
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September 2-3: Fundraising in Des Moines
September 4: Patrick meets with advisors to discuss campaign strategy
September 5-6: Patrick makes campaign stops along I-80,, visiting Newton and Williamsburg
September 7: Patrick holds a rally at the University of Iowa in Iowa City on civil rights issues
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September 8: Patrick visits Cedar Rapids, meets with voters
September 9: Patrick holds a rally in Cedar Rapids
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September 10: Patrick barnstorms in Jones County
September 11: Patrick flies to New York to attend a 9/11 memorial service. After the service, he talks to students at a Manhattan public high school on education policy.
September 12: Patrick returns to Iowa. He watches the University of Northern Iowa defeat Eastern Washington in football, then meets with UNI students after the game.
September 13: Patrick campaigns in Cedar Falls and Waterloo. In Waterloo, he meets with leaders of the black community, which has faced many challenges there.
September 14-15: Patrick makes campaign stops along State Route 20, visiting Independence and Dyersville
September 16: Patrick meets with voters in Dubuque
September 17: Patrick holds a rally in Dubuque
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September 18: Patrick flies to Manchester, New Hampshire, meets with voters
September 19: Patrick holds a rally in Manchester
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« Reply #11 on: February 03, 2018, 05:59:23 pm »

Phil Bredesen responds to Deval Patrick in Manchester, New Hampshire

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« Reply #12 on: February 03, 2018, 06:20:54 pm »

Deval Patrick responds to Bredesen in Dubuque
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« Reply #13 on: February 03, 2018, 06:35:23 pm »
« Edited: February 07, 2018, 07:16:58 pm by terp40hitch »

Rob Portman's Campaign Agenda September 1st to 19th

September 1st

Reno, Nevada: Meet and Greet with Voters

Sparks, Nevada: Meet and Greet with Voters

Las Vegas, Nevada: Fundraiser with Portman

September 2nd

Carson City, Nevada: Endorsement Rally with Governor Brian Sandoval

Carson City, Nevada: Opening first Nevada Campaign Office with Portman and Sandoval

Las Vegas, Nevada: Fundraiser with Portman and Sandoval

September 3rd

Phoenix, Arizona: Meet and Greet with Voters

Yuma, Arizona: Townhall with Portman

September 4th

Pierre, South Dakota: Endorsement Rally with Representative Kristi Noem

Des Moine, Iowa: Rally with Portman and Noem

Des Moine, Iowa: Opening first Iowa Campaign Office with Portman and Noem

September 5th

Davenport, Iowa: Meet and Greet with Voters

September 6th

Buffalo, New York: Fundraiser with Portman

Burlington, Vermont: Meet and Greet with Voters

September 7th

Manchester, New Hampshire: Opening first New Hampshire Campaign Office

Nashua, New Hampshire: Townhall with Portman

September 8th

Concord, New Hampshire: Townhall with Portman

Concord, New Hampshire: Opening Second New Hampshire Campaign Office

Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Meet and Greet with Voters

September 9th

Nashua, New Hampshire: Townhall with Portman

Boston, Massachusetts: Meet and Greet with Voters

September 10th

Cincinnati, Ohio: Opening first National Campaign Office with Portman

Cincinnati, Ohio: Debate Prep

September 11th

Cincinnati, Ohio: Local 9/11 memorial sevrice

September 12th to 16th

Cincinnati, Ohio: Debate Prep

September 17th

Columbus, Ohio: Fundraiser with Portman

September 18th

Columbus, Ohio: Last pre-debate rally with Portman
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« Reply #14 on: February 03, 2018, 07:16:20 pm »

Bredesen attack ad on Gov. Deval Patrick titled 'Falsities and scandals' set to air in Iowa, South Carolina,
New Hampshire, and Florida



Voice-over: Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts. His term ends this year and he hopes to be the Democratic Nominee, but now, he's gotten into a fight with Phil Bredesen. Here are some things revealed about him.


Voice-Over: He has called himself a moderate Progressive. Progressivism has had a somewhat nasty life in the Democratic party, however. In 1988, Progressive Michael Dukakis, governor of Patrick's home state at the time lost in a landslide to George Herbert Walker Bush. Only 16 years later, Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts lost to George Walker Bush.


Voice-Over: Barack Obama had won two terms but it was only because of the flaws of both Republican Candidates that he won both races.



Voice-Over: The governor speaks about the president being successful. He has left out the detail that all major things done during Obama's tenure was from 2009-2010, after which he was repeatedly stone-walled by the GOP.



Voice-Over: Let us also not forget that 3 months ago, Deval Patrick was found to have around $27 million of the state budget in a slush fund. When having the opportunity to talk about it, he simply forgot about it and attempted to attack Bredesen on his Moderate ideals.



Voice-Over: Here are some things to know about Phil Bredesen. As Governor of Tennessee, a reliably Republican State, in a landslide Re-election in 2006, Winning every county and 68% of the vote. As Governor, he made sure the state of Tennessee prospered, gave it a healthy state surplus, and never introduced an income tax. His policies helped Tennessee get through the worst of the 2007 Economic Meltdown.



Voice-Over: Experts state his ideas are a combination of Centrist Bill Clinton and Conservative John F. Kennedy, with some southern DEMs calling him the Kennedy of Tennessee.

With the facts now presented, who will you choose?



I'm Phil Bredesen and I endorse this message.
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« Reply #15 on: February 03, 2018, 08:37:40 pm »

Deval Patrick responds to Bredesen's attack ad

First of all, if you are claiming that President Obama only won because of the flaws of his opponents, what would you say about Kennedy and Clinton? It is inaccurate to say that Nixon, Bush, and Dole had no flaws. As for what you claimed about Obama's accomplishments, I specifically listed legislation he signed with a Republican Congress during my speech in Dubuque. Please at least listen to the statements you attack. Regarding the so-called "slush fund", the chair of the Massachusetts Post Audit and Oversight Committee specifically stated that all expenditures were “specifically authorized by the Legislature” or “allowable under existing budgetary rules” and “do not appear to be in violation of either any laws or procedures.”
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« Reply #16 on: February 03, 2018, 08:40:49 pm »
« Edited: February 03, 2018, 08:45:19 pm by terp40hitch »

Endorsment Speech From Governor Sandoval

Governor Brian Sandoval-"I am so excited to see Y'all come out to today because I am proud today to endorse the only battle-tested conservative in this race. He will serve in the white house like he serves in the Senate and that is why I am endorsing Senator of Ohio Rob Portman!

Portman will put politics aside and put people first, that's what he did when he proposed legislation after legislation targeted at fixing both the human trafficking crisis and the opioid epidemic.

He needs your support in the Nevada caucus and I hope he can count on it because he will put you first!"

Endorsment Speech from Representative Kirsti Noem

Representative Kirsti Noem-"I am so happy to be back in the state I love and I am even happier to endorse the future president of the United States today. This man has constantly fought for what is right for the people of the United States. I hope that when the South Dakota primary rolls around you will support my good friend; Senator Rob Portman. He is the best for America, South Dakota and Conservative values!"
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« Reply #17 on: February 03, 2018, 09:01:07 pm »

Endorsement Speech from Senator Bill Nelson of Florida

Nelson - Now many of you are wondering who I will support in this coming primary. There is no-one I trust more than Phil Bredesen to lead the Democratic Party. Right now, the Democratic Party is in chaos mode and we need someone to rally behind. Who better than Phil Bredesen to do just that? He was loved by Tennessee, you'll love him, and this country will be turned around for the better.

Endorsement speech from Senator Tom Carper of Delaware

Carper - A few years ago, a progressive took charge of the United States and with him, my good friend Joe Biden became his Vice President. Now, 8 years later, it's time for a new Democrat Centrist to lead the White House. Phil Bredesen campaigned night and day and worked hard for Tennessee during his tenure as Governor. From 2003-2011, Tennessee became a far better place to live. I understand that with Progressives, he may seem a bit iffy but I have a large feeling that if we nominate a progressive, they might lose and if they win, they would have a Congress not interested in working with them simply because they're a progressive or a Democrat. With Bredesen as the Nominee, expect a Victory and with Bredesen as President, expect to get results from working with Congress, because that is what you will get with Bredesen! Vote Bredesen for 2016!
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« Reply #18 on: February 04, 2018, 12:38:45 am »

Sestak campaign schedule

September 1: Town Hall in Des Moines, IA

September 2: Meet and Greet voters on the streets of Des Moines, walking around the city.
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September 3: Cedar Rapids:
- Visit the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library and make a speech highlighting Joe Sr.'s Slovak roots, immigrant story, and Navy service.
- Hold a Meet and Greet with voters and potential voters.

September 4: Meet and Greet, Speech in Johnston, IA, near Camp Dodge
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September 5: Endorsement Rally in Des Moines with Fmr. Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA)

September 6: Town Hall in Davenport

September 7: Rally in Denver, CO
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September 8: Town Hall in Denver, CO

September 9: Meet and Greet in Kansas City, MO

September 10: Town Hall in St. Louis, MO

September 11: Attend 9/11 memorial services at Arlington, VA

September 12: Visit Arlington National Cemetery

September 13: Town Hall and Meet and Greet in Richmond, VA
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September 14: Meet and Greet in Iowa City, IA

September 15: Town Hall in Iowa City, IA

September 16: Speech and Meet and Greet in Des Moines, IA
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September 17: Speech at Independence Hall, Philadelphia, PA commemorating the 228th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution.

September 18: Town Hall in Nashua, NH

September 19: Endorsement Rally in Madison, WI with Fmr. Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI)
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« Reply #19 on: February 04, 2018, 03:31:07 am »

Ted Cruz Campaign Schedule: September 1st - 19th

September 1st - Speech to Evangelical leaders in Des Moines, IA.



"It is a profound honor to be here with you all today. It is truly special to be with a group of people who understand the transformative power of the love of Jesus Christ. Your commitment to spreading the word of his love is something our society should cherish.

It was Thomas Jefferson who said that 'The God who gave us life gave us liberty'. Our Founding Fathers understood that in order to maintain a free society, faith had to be central in the lives of the American people.  When people are able to maintain a level of morality and high-character, through faith, a big-government dictating people's life decisions is not necessary. When we turn our backs on God, we turn our lives over to the jungle of moral relativism and societal decay.

As President, I will always stand up and defend the religious liberty of decent people like you and millions of others like you around the country. You are not trying to force your beliefs on others; you simply want to live your lives according to the word of God. I will appoint judges and sign legislation that ensures you are able to ALWAYS do so.

Thank you for your support, and may God bless you and our great country!"

September 2nd - Hold a meet and greet with voters in Dubuque, IA.


"It's truly a privilege to be able to speak face to face with the people of Iowa on the issues that affect them. The people of Iowa  deserve real, honest solutions to real, challenging issues. Some may not like my stance on every issue, such as ethanol, but they can always know that I will tell them the truth and will always fight for their right to achieve the American dream."

September 3rd - 5th - Debate prep with staff for upcoming debate

September 6th - Rally in Hudson, New Hampshire


"A lot of critics ask me why I, a die-hard conservative, would even bother coming to New Hampshire and campaigning. Supposedly, the people of New Hampshire are too moderate for a guy like me. Well, let me those critics something: you, the people of New Hampshire, are smart. You've seen our country go down the path of economic decline and cultural crisis for the last eight years. You know that America can and MUST do better. The people of New Hampshire need bold, conservative solutions just as much as any other people around the country. Don't listen to the naysayers. We can do this! We can unite voters in all states, from California to Maine and everywhere in between,  with our message of economic liberty and cultural revival. Thank you all so much!"

September 7th - Meet with NH political figures in Concord.


"Today, Senator Ted Cruz met with NH State Rep. Bill O'Brien and former US Senator Bob Smith. They explored the city of concord and chatted with voters."

September 8th - Continue Barnstorming in Concord, NH.

September 9th - Travel to Washington DC and hold rally against Iran Deal.


"This disastrous nuclear deal with Iran is not only misguided, it is also dangerous. It places 150 billion dollars worth of faith in the leaders of Iran to actually halt their nuclear program. However, they have shown time and time again, with great ambition, that their goal is to acquire nuclear weapons and use them to reshape the world to fit with their twisted, radical ideology. To believe otherwise is to ignore reality and lead the world into even greater instability.

As President, I will rip up this deal on day one and show the leadership of Iran, that no deal can be made that puts the security of the free world at risk."

September 10th - Debate prep with staff

September 11th - travel to ground zero in New York and pay respects to the innocent Americans murdered in the name of radical Islamic terrorism.

September 12th - Return to Iowa, meet with voters in Ames.

September 13th - Hold townhall in Davenport, IA.


September 14th - Speak to gun owners in Cedar Rapids, IA.



"The 2nd Amendment speaks to a fundamental aspect of what it means to be an American.  As Patrick Henry asked, 'Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?' We all know the answer to that. Firearms are the great equalizer, and the right to bear arms assures that the American people can NEVER be subjugated to the whims of a despotic government. I will roll back every Obama-era attempt to strip lawful citizens of their God-given right to self-defense. I ask for your support. Thank you!"

September 15th - Meet and greet with voters in Cedar Rapids.


"I continue to be amazed by the warmth and hospitality that the people of Iowa have shown me. America is great because the people of America are good."

September 16th - 19th - Meet with agricultural leaders across Iowa


"You are the people who keep our society going. I am 100% committed to fighting for the farmers of Iowa and of this country. Our farmers have been some of the hardest hit by the Obama economy. If I am elected president, I will make sure to help create an economic environment where you are able to succeed. I will get government regulation off your back and ensure you can do your job properly! God bless you all!"





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« Reply #20 on: February 04, 2018, 08:13:21 am »
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Rob Portman-"Big cities and small towns across America alike have been hit with a crisis. It may not be as well known or spoken about as terrorism overseas but it affects us just as much."



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« Reply #21 on: February 04, 2018, 10:49:00 am »


Jim Mattis campaigns on Milltary Matters in Iowa

As a former Milltary general and a supreme Alied Commander I can say I am sicken by what Obama has done to our great Milltary. 

He has weaken them and has decided to strengthen the enemy instead!  He has been been caught funding ISIS and other groups that are fighting against and in some cases we don’t know anything of these groups!

Under Obama’s presidency radical Islamic Terrorism has been more common and has gotten bigger than it was under Bush or Clinton. Russia is kicking our behinds when it comes to getting ISIS and these groups!!

Russia people! As President I will make sure that we become again the Milltary that every other country wanted to become and be like.  And I am the guy to do it!  *Crowd cheers*
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« Reply #22 on: February 04, 2018, 12:00:03 pm »

Deval Patrick ad "Accomplishments" to air in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina

Voice-over: Conservatives have said that President Obama had no accomplishments with a Republican Congress. Let's take a look back through the last four and a half years.



Voice-over: Since 2011, Barack Obama has signed legislation that ended "Don't Ask, Don't Tell", allowing openly gay and lesbian people to serve in the military.



Voice-over: And the President has compromised to end a government shutdown, resolve the debt ceiling crisis, and avert the fiscal cliff, all while protecting the Affordable Care Act and progressive values.



Voice-over: As President, Deval Patrick would be able to compromise on critical issues while passing progressive legislation, even with a Republican Congress.



Voice-over: So ask yourself; when you vote in the upcoming primaries and caucuses, do you want a President who will cave to the Republicans? Or do you want another skilled, progressive negotiator in the White House?



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« Reply #23 on: February 04, 2018, 12:26:28 pm »
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Janet Napolitano Campaign Schedule
September 1st: Townhall and fundraisers in Phoenix


September 2nd: Rally focusing on green tech jobs in Reno

September 3rd: fundraising in Las Vegas, followed by a rally on immigration reform

“This city shows us what happens when we open our doors to those who dream of calling this country their home. On the Republican side, you’ll hear a lot about the criminality of those who immigrated to the United States. Well, let me tell you, the numbers don’t lie. Immigrants are more likely to open a business, stimulating our economy, they are less likely to commit crimes, and more likely to report a crime when they see it. Our nation is a nation of immigrants, and that’s what makes us great. If I am elected President, I will wrangle Congress into making the DACA and DAPA permant laws of the land. I will work directly to simplify our immigration system, making it easier and cheaper to go through the proper channels. Lastly, we will audit our visa system, making it clear on expiration dates, renewal procedures, and prerequisites. We want our nation to grow, to thrive, and our current immigration system is hindering our potential.”

September 5th-10th: New England listening tour, starting in Maine, ending in upstate New York

September 11th: attends 9/11 memorial in New York, issues statement about American resilience

“I was born in New York, and I see this city as a shining example of what America stands for. 14 years ago, our country was attacked, and we refused to let it define us. We lost many brave men and women, while the city’s first responders showed true bravery and American spirit. We will never forget this day and how it brought our country together.”

September 12th: TV ad airing in New Hampshire, focusing on women in politics.



“Women have made so many strides in politics in this country, look at the state of New Hampshire. Here, your entire congressional delegation is made up of women, and there’s a fabulous woman who is your sitting Governor. Jeanne Shaheen is someone who could only be described as a trailblazer, as the first woman to serve as Governor, and following that up by being the first woman elected Governor and then Senator. I really hope to follow her lead, as the first woman to be nominated for President by a major party. I believe it’s past time for women to have a place at the table.”

September 13th: Iowa City Townhall

September 14th: Des Moines Register Rally, focusing on small farming subsidies

September 15th: Cedar Rapids Rally

“Iowa, you made history 7 years ago when you supported Barack Obama’s bid for the nomination. I hope to inspire you to do this same for my own. Our country is at a crossroads, do we build upon the Change that this administration has started, or do we abandon it because it wasn’t instantaneous enough? I believe that we must continue the process of rebuilding our economy from the last time Republicans had undivided control of the government. We need a federal retraining program, that will delegate funds to build skills for workers who have been displaced by automation. The truth is, no one has done enough to safeguard our working class against machines making their jobs obsolete. I plan on creating a task force to balance the innovation this country is made of, and our true belief that everyone should have a fair shot in this country.”

September 16: Minneapolis Rally

September 17th: Tucson Rally on Education reform



“Having worked firsthand in higher education, I can say, this system is not working. Our students suffer higher tuition costs in order to pay our educators a fair wage. The debt that higher education saddles our young people is unacceptable. I want to announce a plan I have to make community college’s in-state tuition free. This will allow our states to keep their young talent, while also giving them a shot at higher education without setting them back a full decade in their financial life. I believe this is one step towards a fair future.”
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« Reply #24 on: February 04, 2018, 01:00:47 pm »

Sestak attack ad: "Negociator?"



Romney and Patrick's firm made billions...



While cheating workers out of their savings and jobs.



A vote for Deval Patrick is a vote for a revolving door between the big banks and the government.

But there is another option.




Joe Sestak has been a longtime member of the military, and in his four years in Congress, Joe has always put the people first, not the big banks and corporations.

Joe relies only on small donations from the people, and, as President, Joe will continue to be a force independent from the banks and corporations and a voice for the people.




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