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Common Sense Campaign Tea Party Recommendations for November 4th Candidates & Amendments PDF  | Print |  E-mail
*****FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, NOVEMBER 3, 2014*****
Common Sense Campaign Tea Party Recommendations
for November 4th Candidates & Amendments
Pete Riehm, Chairman of the Board
Dr. Lou Campomenosi, President

 Revision to Recommendations for November 4th Candidates & Amendments

Common Sense Campaign Tea Party is a conservative grassroots organization formed in 2009 and dedicated to the restoration of our Constitutional Republic.  Common Sense Campaign (CSC), the largest “Tea Party” operating in South Alabama, recommends the following: CSC announces two changes to recommendations for November 4th candidates (listed in red below).  Comments or questions should be directed to Dr. Lou Campomenosi, 228-342-2430.  

STATE & FEDERAL

Governor: No Comment

Lt. Governor: No Comment

U.S. Senator: ENDORSE Jeff Sessions

U.S. Representative, 1st Congr. Dist.: “Burton LeFlore is totally unacceptable.”

Attorney General: ENDORSE Luther Strange

Secretary of State: ENDORSE John Merrill

State Auditor: ENDORSE Jim Ziegler

Commissioner of Agriculture & Industries:  ENDORSE John McMillan

 

BALDWIN COUNTY

District Court Judge, Place 1: Additional information provided to The Common Sense Campaign TEA Party (CSC) led to a 2nd vote by the CSC Board resulting in the decision to endorse Judge Michelle Thomason for District Court Judge, Baldwin County, Place 1.

 State Senator, District 22: ENDORSE Greg Albritton

State Senator, District 32: ENDORSE Trip Pittman

State Representative, District 64: “Write-In Vote for James Hall”

State Representative, District 94: ENDORSE Joe Faust

State Representative, District 95: ENDORSE Steve McMillan

Board of Education, District 3: ENDORSE Tony Myrick

Board of Education, District 5: CSC withdraws its recommendation for a write-in vote for Craig Stephenson for Baldwin County Board of Education, District 5.  Mr. Stephenson does not wish to be a write-in candidate.

County Commission, District 1: ENDORSE Frank Burt

MOBILE COUNTY

State Senator, District 22: ENDORSE Greg Albritton

State Senator, District 34: ENDORSE Rusty Glover

State Senator, District 35: ENDORSE Bill Hightower

State Representative, District 98: ENDORSE Wayne Biggs

State Representative, District 101: ENDORSE Chris Pringle

State Representative, District 103: ENDORSE Ralph Carmichael

State Representative, District 104: ENDORSE Margie Wilcox

State Representative, District 105: ENDORSE David Sessions

District Court Judge, Place 2: ENDORSE Jay York

Revenue Commissioner: ENDORSE Kim Hastie

Sheriff: ENDORSE Sam Cochran

SPECIAL MOBILE COUNTY ELECTION: YES on “Pay as you Go”

STATEWIDE AMENDMENTS *

Amendment #1: YES

Amendment #2:  NO

Amendment #3:  NO

Amendment #4:  NO

Amendment #5:  NO

 

*Visit CommonSenseCampaign.org for detailed discussion of amendments