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Disturbing: How College Radical Organizations are Mobilizing a New Group of Voters to Transform Cities and Communities for The Worse

Craig HueyEducation, Election, Politics, Voter Guide Leave a Comment

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American college towns are turning their cities and communities into radical election victories… and pro-socialist towns and cities.

The American Communities Project cataloged the voting patterns of 171 “college towns,” where major colleges or universities are located.

Since the 2000 presidential election, when the purposeful organization and mobilization of students spread from California across America:

  • 79 left-leaning communities started to support Democrats even more, resulting in changing City Council, School boards, plus County and Legislative elections.
  • 38 communities flipped from being predominantly Republican to Democratic in election outcomes… But are in danger of falling into this trend.
  • 47 right-leaning towns became more Republican.

In the 2000 election, 48% percent of all college towns in the country voted for Democratic Vice President Al Gore.

In 2020, that number had increased to 54% for Joe Biden.

That percentage gives radical candidates a favorable chance to win every election, changing the election outcome in the cities with colleges.

And it’s worse for a Republican Presidential candidate in “swing states,” where a few thousand voters often decide presidential elections.

For example, Dane County, where the University of Wisconsin-Madison is located, and where the Democratic margin of victory in the recent Wisconsin state Supreme Court election was higher than any other county.

Or in Washtenaw County, the home of the University of Michigan, swing state Michigan voters chose Biden over Donald Trump in the 2020 election by a margin of over 50%, approximately 101,000 votes. If Hillary Clinton obtained such a margin in 2016, she would have won the state of Michigan, which Trump won that year.

In swing state Colorado, Larimer County, the location of Colorado State University, the Democratic margin of victory was increased by 169,000 votes over the 2000 election, while the Republican margin increased only by 21,000 votes. This type of voter shift makes it impossible for Republicans to win even in a statewide race.

The only way to change this megatrend is to mobilize and organize radical groups and make smart outreaches to the colleges to show the students a different side.

One great way to do that is to give a college student, you know, my book, The Christian Voter: 7 Non-Negotiables for Voting For, Not Against Your Values. It will introduce them to a different line of thinking, one they won’t get in a radical-left college environment. This important book will help us win the battle for the nation and transform culture and politics.

You can order the book on Amazon . 

Or you can get an autographed edition by ordering online,

or by phone at 615-814-6633.

You can also send a check for $26.13 (including shipping) payable to Turn America Around Fund and send it to this address:

Turn America Around Fund
1313 4th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37208

Read this article: Joel Osteen’s Church Disrupted by Radicals

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