A spirit of change and reform is sweeping the country. Incumbents are being voted out and principled reformers are heading to Washington with a dedication to liberty, Constitutionally limited government and free markets. The Republican Liberty Caucus believes Stace Nelson will be an important part of this movement for change, and we have given him our endorsement in the Republican Primary for the U.S. Senate in South Dakota.
There's a short article in the Rapid City Journal which encapsulates why South Dakota Rep. Stace Nelson is the best choice for U.S. Senate, starting with the headline "Nelson wants to ruffle feathers in Washington."
RINO Mike Rounds made headlines recently with his call for "discipline" in Washington. What a pity his record reflects none of the "discipline" and conservative juice his rhetoric wants us to believe in.
There was a man once who had a major beef with the establishment, and refused to go along with the status quo--a status quo that fattened both the overtly immoral people of his country as well as the corrupt hypocrites of his own political and religious circle. His followers had a knack for getting on the wrong side of the power structure in both camps.
US Senate Candidate and State Representative Stace Nelson released a statement regarding the entrance of former State Senator Gordon Howie into the US Senate Race: I welcome my friend and fellow conservative Republican, Senator Gordon Howie, to the US Senate race. Senator Howie distinguished himself in the South Dakota Senate by opposing Governor Mike Rounds' support of Obamacare, and Rounds' efforts to raise taxes and deficit spending.
South Dakota Right to Life has released their latest scorecard on the South Dakota Legislature. A number of Republicans received perfect scores. Among them: Rep. Stace Nelson, Senator Larry Rhoden, Senator Phil Jensen, Rep. Chip Campbell and Rep. Betty Olson. Some "Republicans" really flunked protection of innocent human life bad. Among them: Senator Deb Soholt, Senator Mike Vehle, and Senator Craig Tieszen.
The current favorite for the South Dakota Republican nomination for U.S. Senate is former governor Mike Rounds, a man whose record was not reflective of conservative and Republican values. But even if Rounds secures the GOP nomination, conservatives will still have a choice in the general election this year.Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964