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Conservatives uniting behind Ted Budd for US Senate

Conservatives uniting behind Ted Budd for US Senate
Conservatives are presenting a united front behind Congressman Ted Budd's candidacy for US Senate in North Carolina.  One of the two major national conservative Political Action Committees, the Club for Growth, endorsed Budd almost as soon as he announced.  President Trump made a huge move in endorsing Budd at the NCGOP state convention.  The other major national conservative PAC, the Senate Conservatives Fund, has also jumped in and endorsed Budd.

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( June 23rd, 2021 @ 8:20 am )
Pat McCrory was just endorsed by RINO Senator Richard Burr, who is anti-Trump and has been censored by the NC Republican Party and has had a rather liberal voting record. Ted Budd has President Trump behind him. McCrory has anti-Trump Sen. Richard Burr. Then there is Mark Walker who has RINO king swamp rat Paul Ryan endorseing him. It looks like that while conservatives are united behind Budd, the establishment is split between McCrory and Walker.
( June 19th, 2021 @ 9:22 am )
THis is fast becoming a two man race between Budd, on the right, and McCrory on the left. There is another huge issue out there in addition to ideology, and that is electability. McCrory has run three races statewide where he was either favored or in a dead heat, and managed to bungle his way to losing two of them. That raises very serious questions about McCrory's electability. Budd on the other hand, has never lost an election, even when targeted nationally by the Democrats. In his first election, Budd was an unknown political newcomer who defeated several well established Republican politicians to win his Congressional seat. Budd is a winner and McCrory too often a loser. We do not need a loser as our nominee in 2022.

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