Title: Election Insider: 6 Important Things You Should Know the Biased Media Isn’t Telling You
(Editor’s note: This is part of our continuing series for all the presidential candidates for the 2024 election—No endorsement for any candidate is made)
The presidential election is heating up and the primaries begin in less than 2 months.
Here are the 6 important things you should know, but most people don’t:
- Mike Pence, Will Hurd, Larry Elder and Perry Johnson Ending Then Presidential Campaigns
Former Texas Rep. Will Hurd suspended his presidential campaign and threw his support behind former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Hale for 2024.
Mike Pence ended his presidential campaign as we predicted he would. No endorsement… yet.
Larry Elder and Perry Johnson also ended their campaign. Both endorsed Donald Trump.
- Next GOP Debate: Sparks Will Fly
The next GOP presidential debate is on November 8th. It will have less debate and more sparks.
This debate is a strange mix of moderators— Biased anti-GOP NBC News, Christian/conservative Salem Radio Network, and the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC).
The Republican Jewish Coalition will be the first Jewish group to co-sponsor a national debate.
The debate will be in Miami on Nov. 8th. NBC’s biased Lester Holt and Kristen Welker will moderate alongside conservative/Christian radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt. The RJC moderator has not been announced as of this date.
Candidates who made it to the third round are:
- Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis,
- Former United Nations Ambassador and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley,
- Senator Tim Scott,
- Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy,
- and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie
Former President Donald Trump — will not attend the debate. Instead, he’s holding his own rally in nearby Hialeah, Florida.
The 1st GOP debate brought in nearly 13 million views.
The 2nd GOP debate brought in 9.5 million viewers.
- Iowa: Three Things You Should Know About America’s First Presidential Primary
For many of us, politics comes once a year on election day. However, before that, each party hold primaries and caucuses to determine who will be the frontrunner that runs for President for each political party.
State presidential primaries are run by states, and voting happens through a secret ballot.
Caucuses are private meetings run by political parties. They are held at the county, district, or precinct level and require time and involvement in the process.
The first presidential primary race that will declare a presidential winner will be the state of Iowa.
Here are three things you should know.
- The Iowa primary is important and helps set the party’s nominee. The Iowa primary is unlike other primaries in the US because it is a caucus, not a direct vote primary.
Without going into the pros and cons, what it does is activate a voting base because people have to participate.
The winner will get a huge boost in publicity, money, and of course, the Iowa elections.
- The Iowa primary sets the stage for eliminating the weaker candidates.The Iowa primary is always the nation’s focus because it’s the first, and it also helps eliminate the weaker candidates. Most candidates will go to Iowa and are fighting to win.
The next election is in Iowa on January 15th, New Hampshire on January 23rd, then in South Carolina on February 3rd. Then there’s Super Tuesday of March 5th, where 14 states will hold the primaries.
- The Iowa primary has a large number of evangelical Christians.Evangelical Christians often set the tone for who wins the Iowa race. They’re a very heavy percentage, while New Hampshire is just the opposite. It is one of the states with the least number of evangelical Christians. And that has impacted the races in the past.
For example, Senator Mitt Romney when he was running for president, finished second in Iowa to former Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania on an almost nonexistent campaign budget.
Senator Santorum emphasized his Roman Catholic faith and conservative beliefs that resonated with Evangelicals and Catholics. They helped him win the election.
Then there was former Governor Mike Huckabee, and his race sparked his effort of coming close to winning over John McCain.
Then came Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, winning over Trump and others in the 2016 election setting in motion his rise to a serious contender.
And while it will help highlight a candidate, obviously, it does not guarantee that they’re going to win ultimate primaries.
Here is what you need to do:
If you have not voted in our new poll that began in June, vote now.
And have your friends vote.
Results will be broadcast on the media until the first Presidential debate in August.
We will also keep you posted on the 2024 Voter Guide progress, where you can get updates on the elections that will impact your community.
Let’s work together to turn America around.
- Democrat National Committee Latest Donors For Biden Exceeded All ExpectationsThey Generated:
- 124,000 new Donors this quarter
- More than 112,000 Donors are giving monthly
- 266,000 Donors made their first in-cycle contributions this quarter
What was the highest occupation for the donors?
- 13,000 Educators
- 5,000 Nurses
- Presidential Poll: Have You Voted Yet?Our presidential poll is up and will soon end. Have you voted yet before I go on the media with the results? Click HERE to vote.
- Election Integrity Voter Fraud: Sign Our Petition
Voter fraud is a very dangerous reality in the United States today.
That’s why we have a voter ID petition to put pressure on state and national leaders, and media, to act.
Voter ID will make it nearly impossible to commit voter fraud.
Without voter ID, there are multiple ways to commit fraud. Click HERE to sign.
For example, duplicate voter registration and “dead voters” have an impact on our elections. Votes are tweaked and manipulated by double registrations and people who vote for the deceased.
Ballot harvesting in the 30 states where it’s legal or allowed leads to fraud and corrupted elections.
And without voter ID, illegal ballot harvesting can happen, and nobody would be able to notice or verify that fraud took place.
Voter fraud makes a mockery of your right to choose a candidate who will uphold your principles and beliefs.
The best solution to voter fraud is stricter voter ID laws.
Showing proof of voter eligibility with a voter ID does not deny a person the right to vote, nor does it discriminate against any person.
- 13 states have no voter ID requirement.
- 15 states have non-strict, non-photo voter ID laws.
- 11 states have non-strict, photo voter ID laws.
- 3 states have strict, non-photo ID laws.
- 8 states have strict photo ID laws.
Protecting the integrity of our electoral process is essential to having a viable Republic.
We need to demand that all voters must present valid photo identification at polls in all the 50 states.
Together, let’s STOP Voter Fraud in this nation.
Make your voice heard and urge your state legislature – and Congress – to enact strict voter ID laws.
Sign the petition by clicking HERE.
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