US Senate 2012

BUILDING A MORE CONSERVATIVE MAJORITY

US SENATE CANDIDATES:

AZ SEN JEFF FLAKE RICHARD CAROMA RESULT: WIN   50-46%
FL SEN CONNIE MACK BILL NELSON (INC) RESULT: LOSS 55-42%
IN SEN RICHARD MOURDOCK JOE DONNELLY RESULT: LOSS 50-44%
MD SEN DAN BONGINO BEN CARDIN (INC) RESULT: LOSS 55-30%
MN SEN KURT BILLS AMY KLOBUCHAR (INC) RESULT: LOSS 65-31%
MO SEN TODD AKIN CLAIRE MCCASKILL (INC) RESULT: LOSS 55-39%
MT SEN DENNY REHBERG JON TESTER (INC) RESULT: LOSS 49-45%
NE SEN DEB FISCHER BOB KERREY RESULT: WIN    58-42%
OH SEN JOSH MANDEL SHERROD BROWN (INC) RESULT: LOSS 50-45%
PA SEN TOM SMITH BOB CASEY (INC) RESULT: LOSS 54-45%
TX SEN TED CRUZ PAUL SADLER RESULT: WIN   57-41%
VA SEN GEORGE ALLEN TIM KAINE RESULT: LOSS 53-48% (Rounded)
WV SEN JOHN RAESE JOE MANCHIN (INC) RESULT: LOSS 61-37%

2 Responses to US Senate 2012

  1. Why weren’t Michael Baumgartner (WA) and Barry Hinckley (RI) endorsed? They were far better than someone like Deb Fischer.

    • spoasteph97 says:

      We were mainly focusing on races where we thought we could win. We have since changed our policy for the 2014 season and will be endorsing any liberty minded candidates regardless of if they have a good chance to win or not. Thanks for commenting.

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