Arizona 2018

I don’t know about some of you but I’m glad Jeff Flake decided not to run. Gives people a chance to elect someone who will actually work for them and keep their oath of office. Your first task is to elect the best candidate in the primary which is as important, maybe even more critical than the general because the primary is where you decide who is running. In the general you can only vote for who won the primary. Many people complain they don’t have any good candidates and my question is did you vote in the primary?

Elections for Statewide offices and Congress
✓ Special Primary House CD 8: Tuesday 27 February 2018
Special Election House CD 8: Tuesday 24 April 2018
Primary: Tuesday 28 August 2018
General Election: Tuesday 6 November 2018

First we have the Senate seat of Jeff Flake (unfortunately John McCain isn’t up for election this year). I won’t list all of them but the first one is Joe Arpaio. We all know he is a fighter, the MSM hates him and the Left hates him which is probably the best endorsement he could have since I don’t trust any of those people. His website is . Next is Craig Brittain, he lists some of the right things on his website but I don’t really know much about him. If you have anything to say just comment below. Kelli Ward seems to say the right things on her website  too so I don’t know for sure but any one of them would be better than what you have had.


CD1 – Currently you have a Democrat Tom O’Halleran. You have Wendy Rogers and Steve Smith Check out their websites and make your best decision.

CD2 – Currently you have Martha McSally (R) who is running for Senate. You have Lea Marquez Peterson a hispanic who wants border security, could be interesting to see how the left deals with that. Brandon Ray Martin, Casey Burke Welch and Marilyn Wiles Check them out and get out there and vote for your choice in the primary.

CD3 – Currently you have a Democrat Raúl M. Grijalva personally I don’t trust him. On the republican side you have Sergio Arellano, Joe Nicolas “Nick” Pierson and Edna San Miguel

CD4 – Currently you have a Republican Paul Anthony Gosar he isn’t really being challenged.

CD5 – Andy Biggs  (R)

CD6 – David Schweikert (R)

CD7 – Currently Ruben Gallego (D). He is being challenged by another Democrat so I hope he loses his primary just to stir things up Catherine Miranda

CD8 – Trent Franks (R) leaving. Steve Montenegro (R), Christopher “Chris” Sylvester (R). Check them out, make your choice then vote in the primary.

CD9 – Open Seat, Irina Baroness von Behr(R), Steve Ferrara(R), David Victor “Dave” Giles(R), Seth Leibsohn(R) I suggest one of these in the Republican primary.

Alabama 2018 Mid Terms

Here I will try and put forth some possible candidates. This is only my opinion and I would suggest people look at the candidates for themselves. If you have any differing thoughts please leave comments so people can make their decisions with as much information as possible.

The Governor Kay Ivey is up for election in 2018. I have not read anything bad so I would say from my perspective leave her in. She is a Republican and I would hate to see liberal policies put in place.

The Senate does not have any open seats.


CD1- Bradley Roberts Byrne At this time he is not facing a primary challenge plus he has a pretty good conservative voting record.

CD2- Martha Roby She is facing primary challengers, her voting record is not as good as I would like, Felix Barry “Barry” Moore based on his website I wouldn’t have a problem with him, Rich Hobson – will leave that up to the voters, Thomas Marrion “Tommy” Amason, III Again based on his website I have no problem with him.

CD3- Michael Dennis “Mike” Rogers At this time he is not facing a primary challenge.

CD4- Robert Brown Aderholt Has one primary challenger at this point, his voting record is not as conservative as I would like plus he has been there since 1996,  Phillip “Phil” Norris This guy sounds like he would support what is good for the country so if I lived in Alabama I would support him in the primary.

CD5- Morris J. “Mo” Brooks, Jr. I like Mo Brooks, he does have primary challengers, Robert Clayton “Clayton” Hinchman no problem with Robert Hinchman, Terrence Michael “Michael” Sweeney Guess I would have questions but if he won the primary I would vote for him.

CD6- Gary Palmer Not facing a primary challenge.

CD7- Terri Sewell no Republicans running so my suggestion is vote for anyone else who may be on the ticket.

Election Dates

Tuesday 5 June 2018 – Primary. Polling hours 7:00a-7:00p CDT (1200-0000 UTC).
Tuesday 17 July 2018 – Runoff (if necessary). Polling hours 7:00a-7:00p CDT (1200-0000 UTC).
Tuesday 6 November 2018 – General Election. Polling hours 7:00a-7:00p CST (1300-0100 UTC).

Alabama Run Off 2017

A Tuesday 26 September 2017 runoff will be held between the top two Republican vote-getters, Roy S. Moore 40% and Luther J. Strange, III 32%.

My pick is Judge Roy Moore. His website . One of the biggest reasons I support him is that he stood up for the Constitution and would not cower to the politically correct crowd as a Supreme Court Justice for the state of Alabama. He also has an impressive list of endorsements, check them out. His stances are consistent with mine and would be consistent with any Conservative or Tea Party type or just any American Patriotic person. I would consider him an outsider like President Trump and he has a history of standing up for American Values.

I believe in order to Drain The Swamp it will require putting people in office who will Stand up for America and fight the politically correct and establishment types that have become entrenched in Washington. I believe in Term Limits and I also believe it is up to We The People to impose them. It will be a fight but our Country is worth it so if you live in Alabama please get out and vote on Tues. Sept. 26, 2017.