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What Can We Do?

“Praying for freedom never did me any good til I started praying with my feet.” 

--  Frederick Douglass --

 


 

 

Suggestions Taken From: www.theamericandreamfilm.com 

 

You need to get educated on the many subjects we have discussed. We have suggested some reading and organizations that can help, but the very best you can do is become familiar with the real philosophy of liberty that America was founded upon. Read the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. They are not very long and surprisingly easy to read. Written by some of our greatest American leaders, these two documents are the basis for all our laws and explain what our government should and should not be doing.

Also, you should be dedicating your time, your money, and your vote to organizations and candidates that have a consistent record of championing these philosophies of Liberty. Voting is very important, but you can't expect to cast a vote every few years and wait for someone else to do something. Make your voice heard and work to protect your freedoms by informing yourself and dedicating your resources to values and causes that will truly matter to all of our futures. You do not have to become an activist unless you feel called, however we all need to be very active at this time and participate in the great American process of government by the people.

 

 

  • Get involved in elections 

 


Know about the candidates that are running in your area, and even in other areas where you might be able to help inform other people. It's easy enough to do, and ask yourself some basic questions about the candidates like: Have they done what they said? Does their record stand behind their words? Do they stand behind the Bill of Rights and the Constitution? Make sure you are informed on any ballot measures as well. If you find someone or something you are passionate about, get more involved with the campaign. Help collect signatures, go door to door, and work with the campaign to make a difference.

 

 

  • Talk to your kids  

 


We cannot leave it to schools and teachers to educate our kids. We need to be active in the education of our children by exposing them to information that is truthful and aligned with our values. There is all sorts of media that is available to help you. (For instance, John Stossel has a program he does with schools). You can start by helping your children read and understand the history and content of the Bill of Rights and The Constitution.

 

 

  • Blog 

 

Start a blog and get involved. Anyone can do it. The internet is a powerful tool and the world is your audience. Write your own opinions, post good articles and videos and spread them to everyone else. Disseminating the truth is vital and everyone's contribution counts.

 

 

  • Give money 

 


It takes a lot of resources to spread these ideas of liberty. The mission needs your help too. Give generously to grass roots organizations and candidates that are fighting for our freedom. We have connected you to a few good ones, and thankfully there are many others getting involved. Stay informed and research them carefully, so you can know that your money is being used wisely.

 

 

  • Contact your representatives  


 

Email, write, and call your elected representatives. It is very important that you tell them what you think and encourage others to do the same. Remember, you elected them and they serve you. Hold them accountable and they will act much more carefully when they know you are watching.

 

 

  • Share on facebook 

 


Let your friends know what you believe. Be confident and show others how you are helping to spread the truth of freedom, and how they too can be part of the solution to a better America. Invite them to events and discussion groups, and link to those things you believe in.

 

 

  • Educate 

 

To those who are educators, please take the time and energy to read and educate yourself on real history and teach the truth to your students. Teach them about the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, show them what those documents say and why they are so important. Many text books and curriculum bend and revise history for convenience or political agenda. Make the buck stop with you and teach the truth.

 

 

 


2016 Election Archive


 

 

 

 

"Go ye therefore..."

 

 

 
Email, write, and call your elected representatives. It is very important that you tell them what you think and encourage others to do the same. Remember, you elected them and they serve you. Hold them accountable and they will act much more carefully when they know you are watching.


 

 

 

 

 

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Disciplined Aggression

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speaks about being aggressive with good disciple in the pursuit of civil rights, freedom and justice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Be Aggressive Or Be Eaten

Alex breaks down the blatant fact that you must be aggressive in order to protect yourself from a mountain lion attack in a state park. You can't cower in fear and be eaten. The same goes for the corrupt militant police state that is growing exponentially as the New World Order's plan for total domination of The United States approaches completion. David Knight adds from an earlier report titled "EPA claims Smoky Mountains are smoggy mountains". The very same vigilant tactics must be used against the oppression of the EPA and other government entities.

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Berlin Woke Up, Now What About Your City?

 

Published on Jul 24, 2014

In this video Luke Rudkowski travels to Berlin Germany to cover the expanding and growing resistance moment. This event took place on July 19th and brought together over 5,000 people from all over Germany. This is a video of the people there and the message they have to you.

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Get Off Your Ass and Join The Resistance!

Published on Dec 18, 2014

Join us tomorrow. Free Live Stream http://www.Infowars.com/show 3pm to 6pm central. Live Coverage from Spokane Washington MRAP Police State Buildup protest. Join us on the ground or on the web.

Infowars reporter Joe Biggs covers numerous examples of the all out attack on liberty lovers by the globalist hijacked Feds, including the comments a Spokane County officer made stating that the police have MRAP's to use on Constitutionalists. The time to passively sit by is over!

LINKS :

Police State 1

Police State 2

Police State 3

Police State 4

Posse Comitatus Act

Posse Comitatus Act 2

Doomsday Preppers Will Be Treated As Terrorists

Police Trained That Informed Americans Are Terrorists

DHS Preparing For 7-Year War Against American People

 

 

 

 

 

16 Yr Old Battles the NWO

[Explains What You Can Do]


Published on Mar 4, 2014

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 Ambush / Undercover Journalism

The Net Is Mightier Than The Sword

- James Corbett at TEDxGroningen -

Published on Dec 25, 2014

Since the rise of the internet people have changed from mere audiences into authors and editors. With pieces of technology small enough to fit the whole world into your pocket, a revolution might be on its way. The net is now mightier than the sword. This presentation was delivered at the TEDxGroningen conference in the Netherlands on November 20, 2014.

LINK :

Ambush / Undercover Journalism

 

 

 

Episode 283 – Solutions: Make Your Own Media

 

 

On this special edition of The Corbett Report, James sits down with Broc West of APPerspective.net to discuss how to make your own media. In this wide-ranging conversation, James and Broc answer your questions on matters technical (software and equipment) and non-technical (processes and concepts) on the subject of creating media. Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we demonstrate the fact that making your own media is easier than you think.

For those with limited bandwidth, CLICK HERE to download a smaller, lower file size version of this episode.

For those interested in audio quality, CLICK HERE for the highest-quality version of this episode (WARNING: very large download).

 

Documentation

 

APPerspective.net
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Blogger.com
Time Reference: 05:30

 

 

WordPress.com
Time Reference: 05:49

 

 

Desmogblog lies about Climategate.tv
Time Reference: 07:00

 

 

Free teleprompter software
Time Reference: 10:53

 

 

Final Cut Pro
Time Reference: 19:22

 

 

Audacity
Time Reference: 20:12

 

 

Levelator
Time Reference: 20:39

 

 

HV30
Time Reference: 21:39

 

 

EOS 70D
Time Reference: 22:03

 

 

Zoom H6
Time Reference: 23:00

 

 

AT803 Omnidirectional Condenser Lavalier Microphone
Time Reference: 23:13

 

 

Shure SM58
Time Reference: 23:29

 

 

JuicedLink
Time Reference: 24:08

 

 

“Do It Yourself” Original song by David C Russell
Time Reference: 49:28

 

 https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-283-solutions-make-your-own-media/

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Operation Billboard: Engage

Published on Jan 27, 2015

Alex Jones talks with Infowars supporter Robert Breaux about how he is supporting and helping to fight the Infowar.

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California Parents Shut Down Vote on Mandatory Vaccines
 

Published on Apr 17, 2015

Concerned parents and conscientious objectors packed out a California Senate committee hearing in Sacramento yesterday, loudly voicing disapproval of a bill which would severely restrict a parent’s right to opt their children out of state-mandated vaccines.
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Legendary Navy SEAL Launches Operation To Expose Pedophiles

Published on Mar 31, 2017

Former Navy SEAL Craig "Sawman" Sawyer joins the Alex Jones show to talk about his new campaign to expose and bring down pedophiles.

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Army Vet Runs For Austin City Council to Replace Gun Grabbing Bureaucrat

Published on Oct 27, 2014

David is joined in studio by Central Texas Gun Works owner Michael Cargill to discuss his run for city council. http://centraltexasgunworks.com/
http://cargillfortexas.com/
https://twitter.com/michaeldcargill

LINKS :

2nd Amendment

Founding Fathers Battle Gun Grabbers From the Grave

UN Arms Transfer Treaty (ATT) on Small Arms: Gun Grab Gradualism

Lubys Massacre Survivor Advocates Concealed Carry

DOJ MEMO TO OUTLAW AND CONFISCATE ALL GUNS

Federal Government Moves to Disarm Veterans

Gun Control Leads To Genocide

Gun Control Hypocrisy!

 Mass Murder Pills

 

 

 

 

 

Making a Difference in Government Locally is the Most Effective

- Barry Klein Interview -

Published on Aug 15, 2016

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In this first time interview with us Barry of Houston Property Rights Association reveals the power in activism to influence local politics. This is a more effective strategy than voting in the federal elections.

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Dr. Benjamin Rush

"Education is favorable to Liberty. Freedom can only exist in a society of knowledge. Without learning, men are incapable of knowing their rights, and where learning is confined to a few people, Liberty can neither be equal nor universal."




 

THE CONSTITUTION IS THE SOLUTION

 

1) The Dangers of Democracy

 

 

2) Enumerated vs. Unlimited Power

 

3) Constitutional Economics,

Constitutional Money

 

4) Constitutional War Powers

and the Enemy Within

 

5) Exposing the Enemies of Freedom

6) Restoring the Constitution

 

 

 

 

 

 

What Can We Do?

 

“Praying for freedom never did me any good til I started praying with my feet.”

 

 

http://www.senate.gov/

http://www.house.gov/

http://beta.congress.gov/

http://www.contactingthecongress.org/

http://www.congressmerge.com/onlinedb/

 

 

 

 

US Elections

-- How do they work? --

This 5 minute video introduces A Level Government and Politics students to the key features of elections

 

 

 

 

U.S. Elections: The Road to the White House

 
How does the American presidential election work? This video explains the start of the process, picking the candidate

 

 

 

Elections in the United States

 

 

 

 

What Can We Do?

http://www.thenewamerican.com/freedomindex/

 

 The Freedom Index: A Congressional Scorecard Based on the U.S. Constitution rates congressmen based on their adherence to constitutional principles of limited government, fiscal responsibility, national sovereignty, and a traditional foreign policy of avoiding foreign entanglements. The percentages below are cumulative scores are based on key votes from 1999 through 2013. Click on a senator's or representative's name to get a detailed breakdown of his or her voting record.

 

AN AUDIO INTRODUCTION TO THE FREEDOM INDEX SCORECARD

 

 

 

Current Members of the 113th Congress


Alabama

Sen. Jefferson Sessions - 70%
Sen. Richard Shelby - 63%
Dist.1: Jo Bonner - 54%
Dist.2: Martha Roby - 66%
Dist.3: Mike Rogers - 54%
Dist.4: Robert Aderholt - 57%
Dist.5: Mo Brooks - 80%
Dist.6: Spencer Bachus - 53%
Dist.7: Terri Sewell - 14%

Alaska

Sen. Mark Begich - 17%
Sen. Lisa Murkowski - 50%
Dist.: Don Young - 56%

Arizona

Sen. John McCain - 64%
Sen. Jeff Flake - 82%
Dist.1: Ann Kirkpatrick - 20%
Dist.2: Ron Barber - 5%
Dist.3: Raul Grijalva - 28%
Dist.4: Paul Gosar - 77%
Dist.5: Matt Salmon - 73%
Dist.6: David Schweikert - 82%
Dist.7: Ed Pastor - 21%
Dist.8: Trent Franks - 75%
Dist.9: Kyrsten Sinema - 0%

Arkansas

Sen. John Boozman - 54%
Sen. Mark Pryor - 21%
Dist.1: Eric Crawford - 64%
Dist.2: Tim Griffin - 66%
Dist.3: Steve Womack - 64%
Dist.4: Tom Cotton - 70%

California

Sen. Barbara Boxer - 14%
Sen. Dianne Feinstein - 13%
Dist.1: Doug LaMalfa - 70%
Dist.2: Jared Huffman - 20%
Dist.3: John Garamendi - 10%
Dist.4: Tom McClintock - 92%
Dist.5: Mike Thompson - 20%
Dist.6: Doris Matsui - 18%
Dist.7: Ami Bera - 0%
Dist.8: Paul Cook - 70%
Dist.9: Jerry McNerney - 14%
Dist.10: Jeff Denham - 62%
Dist.11: George Miller - 23%
Dist.12: Nancy Pelosi - 16%
Dist.13: Barbara Lee - 27%
Dist.14: Jackie Speier - 20%
Dist.15: Eric Swalwell - 20%
Dist.16: Jim Costa - 18%
Dist.17: Michael Honda - 22%
Dist.18: Anna Eshoo - 19%
Dist.19: Zoe Lofgren - 23%
Dist.20: Sam Farr - 21%
Dist.21: David Valadao - 40%
Dist.22: Devin Nunes - 56%
Dist.23: Kevin McCarthy - 70%
Dist.24: Lois Capps - 20%
Dist.25: Howard McKeon - 52%
Dist.26: Julia Brownley - 0%
Dist.27: Judy Chu - 18%
Dist.28: Adam Schiff - 17%
Dist.29: Tony Cardenas - 22%
Dist.30: Brad Sherman - 20%
Dist.31: Gary Miller - 60%
Dist.32: Grace Napolitano - 22%
Dist.33: Henry Waxman - 18%
Dist.34: Xavier Becerra - 19%
Dist.35: Gloria Negrete McLeod - 22%
Dist.36: Raul Ruiz - 0%
Dist.37: Karen Bass - 18%
Dist.38: Linda Sanchez - 23%
Dist.39: Edward Royce - 73%
Dist.40: Lucille Roybal-Allard - 20%
Dist.41: Mark Takano - 10%
Dist.42: Ken Calvert - 52%
Dist.43: Maxine Waters - 26%
Dist.44: Janice Hahn - 28%
Dist.45: John Campbell - 72%
Dist.46: Loretta Sanchez - 26%
Dist.47: Alan Lowenthal - 10%
Dist.48: Dana Rohrabacher - 76%
Dist.49: Darrell Issa - 53%
Dist.50: Duncan Hunter - 77%
Dist.51: Juan Vargas - 30%
Dist.52: Scott Peters - 0%
Dist.53: Susan Davis - 17%

Colorado

Sen. Michael Bennet - 11%
Sen. Mark Udall - 22%
Dist.1: Diana DeGette - 18%
Dist.2: Jared Polis - 21%
Dist.3: Scott Tipton - 78%
Dist.4: Cory Gardner - 75%
Dist.5: Doug Lamborn - 79%
Dist.6: Mike Coffman - 74%
Dist.7: Ed Perlmutter - 13%

Connecticut

Sen. Christopher Murphy - 16%
Sen. Richard Blumenthal - 12%
Dist.1: John Larson - 21%
Dist.2: Joe Courtney - 14%
Dist.3: Rosa DeLauro - 19%
Dist.4: James Himes - 7%
Dist.5: Elizabeth Esty - 10%

Delaware

Sen. Thomas Carper - 15%
Sen. Chris Coons - 14%
Dist.: John Carney - 6%

Florida

Sen. Marco Rubio - 80%
Sen. Bill Nelson - 14%
Dist.1: Jeff Miller - 70%
Dist.2: Steve Southerland - 74%
Dist.3: Ted Yoho - 90%
Dist.4: Ander Crenshaw - 53%
Dist.5: Corrine Brown - 19%
Dist.6: Ron DeSantis - 90%
Dist.7: John Mica - 56%
Dist.8: Bill Posey - 86%
Dist.9: Alan Grayson - 18%
Dist.10: Daniel Webster - 67%
Dist.11: Richard Nugent - 69%
Dist.12: Gus Bilirakis - 64%
Dist.13: C. Young - 49%
Dist.14: Kathy Castor - 9%
Dist.15: Dennis Ross - 80%
Dist.16: Vern Buchanan - 58%
Dist.17: Thomas Rooney - 74%
Dist.18: Patrick Murphy - 10%
Dist.19: Trey Radel - 70%
Dist.20: Alcee Hastings - 22%
Dist.21: Theodore Deutch - 8%
Dist.22: Lois Frankel - 10%
Dist.23: Debbie Wasserman Schultz - 14%
Dist.24: Frederica Wilson - 17%
Dist.25: Mario Diaz-Balart - 46%
Dist.26: Joe Garcia - 10%
Dist.27: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen - 41%

Georgia

Sen. John Isakson - 53%
Sen. Saxby Chambliss - 58%
Dist.1: Jack Kingston - 63%
Dist.2: Sanford Bishop - 27%
Dist.3: Lynn Westmoreland - 74%
Dist.4: Henry Johnson - 16%
Dist.5: John Lewis - 25%
Dist.6: Tom Price - 72%
Dist.7: Rob Woodall - 69%
Dist.8: Austin Scott - 78%
Dist.9: Doug Collins - 80%
Dist.10: Paul Broun - 90%
Dist.11: Phil Gingrey - 65%
Dist.12: John Barrow - 31%
Dist.13: David Scott - 19%
Dist.14: Tom Graves - 81%

Hawaii

Sen. Brian Schatz - 10%
Sen. Mazie Hirono - 13%
Dist.1: Colleen Hanabusa - 16%
Dist.2: Tulsi Gabbard - 30%

Idaho

Sen. Michael Crapo - 67%
Sen. James Risch - 84%
Dist.1: Raul Labrador - 87%
Dist.2: Michael Simpson - 55%

Illinois

Sen. Richard Durbin - 11%
Sen. Mark Kirk - 33%
Dist.1: Bobby Rush - 22%
Dist.3: Daniel Lipinski - 20%
Dist.4: Luis Gutierrez - 21%
Dist.5: Mike Quigley - 14%
Dist.6: Peter Roskam - 72%
Dist.7: Danny Davis - 23%
Dist.8: Tammy Duckworth - 0%
Dist.9: Janice Schakowsky - 23%
Dist.10: Bradley Schneider - 0%
Dist.11: Bill Foster - 10%
Dist.12: William Enyart - 10%
Dist.13: Rodney Davis - 70%
Dist.14: Randy Hultgren - 74%
Dist.15: John Shimkus - 53%
Dist.16: Adam Kinzinger - 65%
Dist.17: Cheri Bustos - 10%
Dist.18: Aaron Schock - 69%

Indiana

Sen. Daniel Coats - 70%
Sen. Joe Donnelly - 25%
Dist.1: Peter Visclosky - 28%
Dist.2: Jackie Walorski - 70%
Dist.3: Marlin Stutzman - 82%
Dist.4: Todd Rokita - 72%
Dist.5: Susan Brooks - 70%
Dist.6: Luke Messer - 70%
Dist.7: André Carson - 12%
Dist.8: Larry Bucshon - 69%
Dist.9: Todd Young - 64%

Iowa

Sen. Thomas Harkin - 14%
Sen. Charles Grassley - 60%
Dist.1: Bruce Braley - 18%
Dist.2: David Loebsack - 16%
Dist.3: Tom Latham - 51%
Dist.4: Steve King - 66%

Kansas

Sen. Pat Roberts - 61%
Sen. Jerry Moran - 63%
Dist.1: Tim Huelskamp - 85%
Dist.2: Lynn Jenkins - 77%
Dist.3: Kevin Yoder - 70%
Dist.4: Mike Pompeo - 69%

Kentucky

Sen. Mitch McConnell - 61%
Sen. Rand Paul - 93%
Dist.1: Ed Whitfield - 53%
Dist.2: Brett Guthrie - 70%
Dist.3: John Yarmuth - 16%
Dist.4: Thomas Massie - 100%
Dist.5: Harold Rogers - 53%
Dist.6: Garland Barr - 70%

Louisiana

Sen. David Vitter - 58%
Sen. Mary Landrieu - 20%
Dist.1: Steve Scalise - 74%
Dist.2: Cedric Richmond - 17%
Dist.3: Charles Boustany - 60%
Dist.4: John Fleming - 82%
Dist.5: Rodney Alexander - 55%
Dist.6: Bill Cassidy - 69%

Maine

Sen. Susan Collins - 40%
Sen. Angus King - 22%
Dist.1: Chellie Pingree - 25%
Dist.2: Michael Michaud - 27%

Maryland

Sen. Benjamin Cardin - 17%
Sen. Barbara Mikulski - 13%
Dist.1: Andy Harris - 80%
Dist.2: C. Ruppersberger - 17%
Dist.3: John Sarbanes - 14%
Dist.4: Donna Edwards - 18%
Dist.5: Steny Hoyer - 15%
Dist.6: John Delaney - 10%
Dist.7: Elijah Cummings - 21%
Dist.8: Chris Van Hollen - 17%

Massachusetts

Sen. Elizabeth Warren - 0%
Sen. Mo Cowan - 0%
Dist.1: Richard Neal - 19%
Dist.2: James McGovern - 23%
Dist.3: Niki Tsongas - 13%
Dist.4: Joseph Kennedy - 22%
Dist.5: Edward Markey - 23%
Dist.6: John Tierney - 26%
Dist.7: Michael Capuano - 27%
Dist.8: Stephen Lynch - 24%
Dist.9: William Keating - 18%

Michigan

Sen. Carl Levin - 13%
Sen. Debbie Stabenow - 18%
Dist.1: Dan Benishek - 70%
Dist.2: Bill Huizenga - 76%
Dist.3: Justin Amash - 93%
Dist.4: Dave Camp - 53%
Dist.5: Daniel Kildee - 30%
Dist.6: Fred Upton - 48%
Dist.7: Tim Walberg - 71%
Dist.8: Mike Rogers - 51%
Dist.9: Sander Levin - 16%
Dist.10: Candice Miller - 51%
Dist.11: Kerry Bentivolio - 80%
Dist.12: John Dingell - 21%
Dist.13: John Conyers - 28%
Dist.14: Gary Peters - 15%

Minnesota

Sen. Al Franken - 8%
Sen. Amy Klobuchar - 8%
Dist.1: Timothy Walz - 16%
Dist.2: John Kline - 56%
Dist.3: Erik Paulsen - 72%
Dist.4: Betty McCollum - 20%
Dist.5: Keith Ellison - 21%
Dist.6: Michele Bachmann - 80%
Dist.7: Collin Peterson - 46%
Dist.8: Richard Nolan - 20%

Mississippi

Sen. Thad Cochran - 53%
Sen. Roger Wicker - 52%
Dist.1: Alan Nunnelee - 67%
Dist.2: Bennie Thompson - 25%
Dist.3: Gregg Harper - 70%
Dist.4: Steven Palazzo - 68%

Missouri

Sen. Roy Blunt - 54%
Sen. Claire McCaskill - 19%
Dist.1: Wm. Clay - 23%
Dist.2: Ann Wagner - 66%
Dist.3: Blaine Luetkemeyer - 72%
Dist.4: Vicky Hartzler - 68%
Dist.5: Emanuel Cleaver - 21%
Dist.6: Sam Graves - 56%
Dist.7: Billy Long - 66%
Dist.8: Jo Ann Emerson - 51%

Montana

Sen. Jon Tester - 24%
Sen. Max Baucus - 20%
Dist.: Steve Daines - 70%

Nebraska

Sen. Mike Johanns - 67%
Sen. Deb Fischer - 60%
Dist.1: Jeff Fortenberry - 56%
Dist.2: Lee Terry - 57%
Dist.3: Adrian Smith - 71%

Nevada

Sen. Dean Heller - 72%
Sen. Harry Reid - 17%
Dist.1: Dina Titus - 4%
Dist.2: Mark Amodei - 70%
Dist.3: Joseph Heck - 66%
Dist.4: Steven Horsford - 0%

New Hampshire

Sen. Kelly Ayotte - 70%
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen - 10%
Dist.1: Carol Shea-Porter - 16%
Dist.2: Ann Kuster - 0%

New Jersey

Sen. Robert Menendez - 19%
Sen. Frank Lautenberg - 14%
Dist.1: Robert Andrews - 19%
Dist.2: Frank LoBiondo - 44%
Dist.3: Jon Runyan - 57%
Dist.4: Christopher Smith - 44%
Dist.5: Scott Garrett - 71%
Dist.6: Frank Pallone - 24%
Dist.7: Leonard Lance - 62%
Dist.8: Albio Sires - 9%
Dist.9: Bill Pascrell - 23%
Dist.10: Donald Payne - 11%
Dist.11: Rodney Frelinghuysen - 40%
Dist.12: Rush Holt - 25%

New Mexico

Sen. Martin Heinrich - 12%
Sen. Tom Udall - 21%
Dist.1: Michelle Lujan Grisham - 0%
Dist.2: Stevan Pearce - 55%
Dist.3: Ben Lujan - 15%

New York

Sen. Charles Schumer - 14%
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand - 10%
Dist.1: Timothy Bishop - 19%
Dist.2: Peter King - 45%
Dist.3: Steve Israel - 18%
Dist.4: Carolyn McCarthy - 19%
Dist.5: Gregory Meeks - 19%
Dist.6: Grace Meng - 0%
Dist.7: Nydia Velázquez - 24%
Dist.8: Hakeem Jeffries - 20%
Dist.9: Yvette Clarke - 21%
Dist.10: Jerrold Nadler - 22%
Dist.11: Michael Grimm - 55%
Dist.12: Carolyn Maloney - 20%
Dist.13: Charles Rangel - 18%
Dist.14: Joseph Crowley - 20%
Dist.15: José Serrano - 22%
Dist.16: Eliot Engel - 17%
Dist.17: Nita Lowey - 14%
Dist.18: Sean Maloney - 10%
Dist.19: Christopher Gibson - 70%
Dist.20: Paul Tonko - 16%
Dist.21: William Owens - 21%
Dist.22: Richard Hanna - 54%
Dist.23: Tom Reed - 66%
Dist.24: Daniel Maffei - 14%
Dist.25: Louise Slaughter - 20%
Dist.26: Brian Higgins - 14%
Dist.27: Chris Collins - 60%

North Carolina

Sen. Kay Hagan - 14%
Sen. Richard Burr - 56%
Dist.1: George Butterfield - 16%
Dist.2: Renee Ellmers - 68%
Dist.3: Walter Jones - 77%
Dist.4: David Price - 18%
Dist.5: Virginia Foxx - 72%
Dist.6: Howard Coble - 66%
Dist.7: Mike McIntyre - 44%
Dist.8: Richard Hudson - 80%
Dist.9: Robert Pittenger - 62%
Dist.10: Patrick McHenry - 72%
Dist.11: Mark Meadows - 80%
Dist.12: Melvin Watt - 22%
Dist.13: George Holding - 77%

North Dakota

Sen. John Hoeven - 54%
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp - 40%
Dist.: Kevin Cramer - 60%

Ohio

Sen. Robert Portman - 50%
Sen. Sherrod Brown - 24%
Dist.1: Steve Chabot - 63%
Dist.2: Brad Wenstrup - 70%
Dist.3: Joyce Beatty - 10%
Dist.4: Jim Jordan - 80%
Dist.5: Robert Latta - 73%
Dist.6: Bill Johnson - 66%
Dist.7: Bob Gibbs - 68%
Dist.8: John Boehner - 54%
Dist.9: Marcy Kaptur - 30%
Dist.10: Michael Turner - 48%
Dist.11: Marcia Fudge - 18%
Dist.12: Patrick Tiberi - 52%
Dist.13: Tim Ryan - 25%
Dist.14: David Joyce - 70%
Dist.15: Steve Stivers - 63%
Dist.16: James Renacci - 62%

Oklahoma

Sen. Thomas Coburn - 82%
Sen. James Inhofe - 71%
Dist.1: Jim Bridenstine - 100%
Dist.2: Markwayne Mullin - 80%
Dist.3: Frank Lucas - 60%
Dist.4: Tom Cole - 54%
Dist.5: James Lankford - 70%

Oregon

Sen. Jeff Merkley - 14%
Sen. Ron Wyden - 17%
Dist.1: Suzanne Bonamici - 22%
Dist.2: Greg Walden - 48%
Dist.3: Earl Blumenauer - 20%
Dist.4: Peter DeFazio - 31%
Dist.5: Kurt Schrader - 21%

Pennsylvania

Sen. Patrick Toomey - 67%
Sen. Robert Casey - 10%
Dist.1: Robert Brady - 21%
Dist.2: Chaka Fattah - 19%
Dist.3: Mike Kelly - 64%
Dist.4: Scott Perry - 70%
Dist.5: Glenn Thompson - 69%
Dist.6: Jim Gerlach - 40%
Dist.7: Patrick Meehan - 57%
Dist.8: Michael Fitzpatrick - 46%
Dist.9: Bill Shuster - 56%
Dist.10: Tom Marino - 59%
Dist.11: Lou Barletta - 60%
Dist.12: Keith Rothfus - 70%
Dist.13: Allyson Schwartz - 11%
Dist.14: Michael Doyle - 29%
Dist.15: Charles Dent - 45%
Dist.16: Joseph Pitts - 62%
Dist.17: Matthew Cartwright - 30%
Dist.18: Tim Murphy - 48%

Rhode Island

Sen. John Reed - 14%
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse - 12%
Dist.1: David Cicilline - 22%
Dist.2: James Langevin - 20%

South Carolina

Sen. Lindsey Graham - 63%
Sen. Tim Scott - 80%
Dist.2: Joe Wilson - 60%
Dist.3: Jeff Duncan - 86%
Dist.4: Trey Gowdy - 80%
Dist.5: Mick Mulvaney - 78%
Dist.6: James Clyburn - 20%
Dist.7: Tom Rice - 70%

South Dakota

Sen. Tim Johnson - 17%
Sen. John Thune - 56%
Dist.: Kristi Noem - 73%

Tennessee

Sen. Lamar Alexander - 53%
Sen. Bob Corker - 67%
Dist.1: David Roe - 74%
Dist.2: John Duncan - 81%
Dist.3: Charles Fleischmann - 71%
Dist.4: Scott DesJarlais - 80%
Dist.5: Jim Cooper - 21%
Dist.6: Diane Black - 66%
Dist.7: Marsha Blackburn - 63%
Dist.8: Stephen Fincher - 76%
Dist.9: Steve Cohen - 18%

Texas

Sen. Ted Cruz - 90%
Sen. John Cornyn - 68%
Dist.1: Louie Gohmert - 74%
Dist.2: Ted Poe - 70%
Dist.3: Sam Johnson - 66%
Dist.4: Ralph Hall - 59%
Dist.5: Jeb Hensarling - 67%
Dist.6: Joe Barton - 61%
Dist.7: John Culberson - 65%
Dist.8: Kevin Brady - 57%
Dist.9: Al Green - 23%
Dist.10: Michael McCaul - 61%
Dist.11: K. Conaway - 63%
Dist.12: Kay Granger - 52%
Dist.13: Mac Thornberry - 55%
Dist.14: Randy Weber - 70%
Dist.15: Ruben Hinojosa - 20%
Dist.16: Beto O'Rourke - 10%
Dist.17: Bill Flores - 70%
Dist.18: Sheila Jackson-Lee - 24%
Dist.19: Randy Neugebauer - 65%
Dist.20: Joaquin Castro - 10%
Dist.21: Lamar Smith - 55%
Dist.22: Pete Olson - 75%
Dist.23: Pete Gallego - 0%
Dist.24: Kenny Marchant - 68%
Dist.25: Roger Williams - 80%
Dist.26: Michael Burgess - 66%
Dist.27: Blake Farenthold - 72%
Dist.28: Henry Cuellar - 17%
Dist.29: Gene Green - 26%
Dist.30: Eddie Johnson - 18%
Dist.31: John Carter - 59%
Dist.32: Pete Sessions - 61%
Dist.33: Marc Veasey - 10%
Dist.34: Filemon Vela - 10%
Dist.35: Lloyd Doggett - 24%
Dist.36: Steve Stockman - 100%

Utah

Sen. Mike Lee - 90%
Sen. Orrin Hatch - 59%
Dist.1: Rob Bishop - 68%
Dist.2: Chris Stewart - 70%
Dist.3: Jason Chaffetz - 82%
Dist.4: Jim Matheson - 35%

Vermont

Sen. Bernard Sanders - 27%
Sen. Patrick Leahy - 16%
Dist.: Peter Welch - 22%

Virginia

Sen. Mark Warner - 14%
Sen. Timothy Kaine - 0%
Dist.1: Robert Wittman - 69%
Dist.2: E. Rigell - 74%
Dist.3: Robert Scott - 22%
Dist.4: J. Forbes - 57%
Dist.5: Robert Hurt - 72%
Dist.6: Bob Goodlatte - 61%
Dist.7: Eric Cantor - 57%
Dist.8: James Moran - 19%
Dist.9: H. Griffith - 78%
Dist.10: Frank Wolf - 48%
Dist.11: Gerald Connolly - 11%

Washington

Sen. Maria Cantwell - 13%
Sen. Patty Murray - 12%
Dist.1: Suzan DelBene - 10%
Dist.2: Rick Larsen - 17%
Dist.3: Jaime Herrera Beutler - 71%
Dist.4: Doc Hastings - 56%
Dist.5: Cathy McMorris Rodgers - 65%
Dist.6: Derek Kilmer - 10%
Dist.7: Jim McDermott - 24%
Dist.8: David Reichert - 39%
Dist.9: Adam Smith - 20%
Dist.10: Denny Heck - 0%

West Virginia

Sen. John Rockefeller - 14%
Sen. Joe Manchin - 40%
Dist.1: David McKinley - 66%
Dist.2: Shelley Capito - 46%
Dist.3: Nick Rahall - 33%

Wisconsin

Sen. Tammy Baldwin - 28%
Sen. Ron Johnson - 86%
Dist.1: Paul Ryan - 58%
Dist.2: Mark Pocan - 30%
Dist.3: Ron Kind - 23%
Dist.4: Gwen Moore - 22%
Dist.5: F. Sensenbrenner - 77%
Dist.6: Thomas Petri - 60%
Dist.7: Sean Duffy - 64%
Dist.8: Reid Ribble - 75%

Wyoming

Sen. Michael Enzi - 70%
Sen. John Barrasso - 80%
Dist.: Cynthia Lummis - 82% 

 


 

 

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