Joe Carr seeks to represent Tennessee in the U.S. Senate because he believes our country is in crisis and Tennesseans are hungry for strong, principled, conservative leadership. For Joe it's really simple - he believes the Second Amendment protects all of the other Amendments and the Tenth Amendment protects the States against a tyrannical Federal government.

Vince Coakley is a former journalist and radio personality from Charlotte, NC, running as the first Republican in the race to succeed Democratic Representative Mel Watt. Vince is running against six possible Democrats in a district that stretches from Charlotte to Greensboro with only 16% of voters registered as Republicans. Coakley spent one year hosting a conservative afternoon talk show on WBT (1110 AM) after eighteen years as a news anchor for WSOC TV. He believes that lowering unemployment and fixing the economy is the key to solving the issues that plague America.

In 2012, Ted Cruz was elected as the 34th U.S. Senator from Texas. A passionate fighter for limited government, economic growth, and the Constitution, Senator Cruz won a decisive victory in both the Republican primary and the general election, despite having never before been elected to office. Propelled by tens of thousands of grassroots activists across Texas, the election of Sen. Cruz has been described by the Washington Post as "the biggest upset of 2012 . . . a true grassroots victory against very long odds." During his time in Washington Sen. Cruz has emerged as a champion of restoring the limited government princples embodied in the Constitution.

Representative Steve Daines serves Montana in the United States House of Representatives and is currently running for the state's Senate seat. Rep. Daines has built a record of consistently voting conservative during his 15 months in the House. According to Congressional Quarterly, a nonpartisan publication that covers Congress, Rep. Daines has opposed President Obama's agenda 87% of the time in 2013. He is considered by prominent political analysts as the most conservative House member in Montana's history.

Micah Edmond is a conservative candidate running for Virginia's 8th Congressional District. Micah's life is a testament to the American dream, proving that anyone can succeed in America regardless of race, religion, or socio-economic status. Micah grew up in Columbia, SC, and was adopted by a Jewish family and converted to Judaism at the end of high school. Micah spent eighteen years working in both public service and the private sector. These experiences give him a deep understanding of the issues affecting the people of Virginia's 8th Congressional District, including small business owners, military service members, government employees, and federal contractors.

Representative Louis Buller "Louie" Gohmert, Jr. serves the Texas first congressional district. Serving on both the prestigious House Judiciary and Natural Resources committees, Rep. Gohmert has consistently advocated innovative alternatives to reckless government spending. Rep. Gohmert has a long history of defending conservative candidates that challenge incumbent, establishment Republicans because he believes in the importance of representatives who share true conservative values.

Dr. Jody Hice, host of The Jody Hice Show, founded The Culture and Values Network, formerly known as Let Freedom Ring, Inc. to defend constitutional liberty. Dr. Hice has joined with pastors across the nation in challenging IRS code provisions that he considers an attack upon religious liberty. When the IRS threatened to revoke the tax-exempt status of churches that addressed political issues from the pulpit, Dr. Hice made a bold stand by formally endorsing a candidate in a Sunday message and sending a copy of his message to the IRS. The IRS backed down.

Representative Tim Huelskamp has served Kansas' 1st congressional district since 2011. The district spills across 63 counties in central and western Kansas, taking up more than half of the state, and is commonly referred to as "The Big First." Rep. Huelskamp recognizes the important role local Kansas farming families play in the national economy and has drawn from his own personal experience to speak in their support. From 1997 to when he was elected to the House of Representatives in 2011, Huelskamp was a member of the Kansas State Senate as a representative of the 38th District.

Niger Innis is a conservative activist and the chief strategist for TheTeaParty.net. Niger is currently a candidate for Nevada's 4th Congressional District where he plans to use his unique style of activism to reach accross party lines and promote policies centered on a return to the fundamental principles embodied in the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. A strong champion of civil rights, Niger also serves as the national spokesman for the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), the organization led by his father Roy Innis. Niger Innis appears frequently as a guest on political television and talk-shows.

Kirk Jorgensen is a Republican candidate in the race for California's 52nd Congressional District. Over 20 years he has built a career fighting terrorism, espionage, and sabotage against the United States and allied forces by leading intelligence, counterintelligence and force protection missions in Asia, Central America and the Middle East. Jorgensen graduated from elite CIA training with the highest accreditation and has been recognized for his service as an active duty Marine officer with honors including the Defense Meritorious Service Medal.

Arizona State Representative Adam Kwasman is a candidate for Arizona's 1st Congressional District. As a member of the Arizona House of Representatives, Adam Kwasman sits on the Appropriations, Commerce, and Joint-Legislative Budget Committees. Rep. Kwasman also serves as Vice Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. Adam was the prime co-sponsor of Transaction Privilege Tax reform in the legislature, which continues to stand as one of the best tax simplification measures in the history of Arizona. He has proved to be a problem solver, having put an end to a six-year dispute between Marana and Pima County over a wastewater treatment plant. Rep. Kwasman also managed to correct a technical error that freed well over one million dollars for Arizona's Auto Theft Task Force, a multi-agency Task Force which investigates grand theft auto across the state of Arizona.

Elected in 2010 as Utah's 16th Senator, Mike Lee has spent his career defending the basic liberties of Americans and Utahns as a tireless advocate for our founding constitutional principles. Sen. Lee acquired a deep respect for the Constitution early on. His father, Rex Lee, who served as the Solicitor General under President Ronald Reagan, would often discuss varied aspects of judicial and constitutional doctrine around the kitchen table, from Due Process to the uses of Executive Plenary Power. He attended most of his father's arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court, giving him a unique, hands-on experience and understanding of government up close. Sen. Lee has brought these important lessons to Washington, continuing to serve the American people by fighting to restore the federal government to its roots in the U.S. Constitution.

Since being elected in 2004, Barry Loudermilk has built a reputation as one of the most conservative leaders in the Georgia General Assembly. While in office, he has achieved several accomplishments including the legislative repeal of the requirement for Georgians to submit their fingerprints to get a driver's license, reducing the abuse of red light cameras by local governments, implementing government transparency, and reducing the size of state government.

Mia Love is the mayor of Sarasota Springs, Utah and currently a candidate for Utah's 4th Congressional District. During her time in office Mayor Love has worked tirelessly to cut wasteful spending, lower taxes, and limit the size of local government. Mayor Love, who became a nationally known figure after her speech at the Republican National Convention, has garnered a reputation for building coalitions and winning bipartisan support for her efforts.

Despite being a candidate for the U.S. Senate from South Carolina, Nancy Mace is not a politician; in fact she has never before run for political office. She's a wife, mother and small business owner. Nancy is someone who is passionate about her country and is seriously concerned about the direction it is going. As the daughter of retired Army Brigadier General Emory Mace, Nancy knows all too well the kinds of sacrifices our military and their families make. She moved 10 times in her first 13 years of life. She saw many parts of the country and met people from all walks of life. Her constant traveling as an Army brat gave her an enormous appreciation for the selflessness of our service members. Nancy admires, from firsthand experience, what our military and their families go through to protect our freedom and preserve liberty and will bring continue her support for our military families in the U.S. Senate.

Colonel Rob Maness (Ret.) has dedicated his life to serving our country. Born into a military family, Col. Maness grew up moving around the country wherever his father was stationed during his service in the United States Air Force. Maness was exposed to many cultures, and came to appreciate how blessed he was to be an American and to understand why our individual liberties must be protected.

State Senator Chris McDaniel represents the 42nd District in the Mississippi State Senate. McDaniel is currently challenging incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran in the 2014 Mississippi Republican Senate Primary. McDaniel is running to restore the promise of freedom and liberty. He believes that any compromise of our constitutionally guaranteed rights is a destruction of the American Dream and the foundations of our country.

Growing up as the son of a Cuban refugee and Vietnam veteran, Alex Mooney was raised with a strong appreciation for the American ideals of individual freedom and personal responsibility. Alex fights to protect traditional family values and make sure West Virginia continues to be a great place to raise a family. Alex believes that West Virginia is poised to be a leader in defending and promoting the all-American values of hard work, faith and freedom that have made our country great. With a proven record of fighting for conservative values, Alex is excited about working with West Virginians to return our county to our founding principles.

Mick Mulvaney was elected in November of 2010 as a conservative member of the Tea Party. He ran a family real estate business before he came to Congress, so he understands the trials and tribulations of being a small business owner in America. He stands for protecting individual rights and liberty as outlined by the Bill of Rights.

A successful lawyer and first-generation American, Jose Padilla is running against Democrat Congresswoman Dina Titus in Nevada's 1st Congressional district. With Nevada's unemployment nearing a devastating 8.8%, Jose is concerned about the lack of job opportunities within the district. Jose Padilla understands that businesses will continue to fear hiring new employees until there is more certainty that Congress won't pass new regulations that cripple the economy. Jose promises to fight any tax increases, and cut the red-tape that currently inhibits growth.

Dr. Rand Paul serves as the junior United States Senator for Kentucky. Since his election in 2010, Dr. Paul has proven to be an outspoken champion of constitutional liberties and fiscal responsibility, while leading the fight against overreaching government policies and wasteful spending. Dr. Paul's first legislative proposals included cutting $500 billion in federal spending and a plan to balance the federal budget in just five years. He has since introduced similar bills with growing support. In the Senate, Dr. Paul serves on key legislative committees including: Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, Homeland Security and Government Affairs, and Small Business.

Representative Tom Price was elected to represent Georgia's 6th district in November 2004. Before coming to Washington, Rep. Price served four terms in Georgia's State Senate - two as Minority Whip. In 2002, Price was a Republican leader in Georgia as the party took control of the State Senate, rising to become the first Republican Senate Majority Leader in the history of Georgia. Rep. Price has been a strong voice and the go-to Republican on quality health care policy in Congress. Rep. Price is committed to advancing positive solutions through principled leadership. Rep. Price has a history of being fiercely opposed to government waste and he continues to pursue limited government and lower spending.

David Rouzer is a candidate running for North Carolina's 7th Congressional District. David Rouzer pushed Congressman Mike McIntyre, a longtime Democrat incumbent, into retirement because the voters of Southeastern North Carolina are seeking a representative who will support conservative policies in Congress. David believes North Carolina can be a model for buisness innovation and seeks to return investment to the state by reducing the heavy burden of state taxes and contradictory regulations.

Senator Tim Scott is the seventh African-American to win election to the U.S. Senate, currently serving as the junior senator from South Carolina. Sen. Scott is also a former U.S. representative for South Carolina's first Congressional District. In 2013, the new junior senator attended the South Carolina Tea Party Convention in Myrtle Beach and was received with a hero's welcome. During his speech to his primarily Caucasian audience, he addressed backlash from the NAACP with the following statement: "I love civil rights. I just want civil rights for everyone. I know you're not racist, your positions are valid, and it's the other side that plays favorites." At the Tea Party Convention Scott also challenged President Barrack Obama's proposal to issue an executive order to change the 2nd Amendment's protection of the right to own firearms.

Former U.S. Senator Bob Smith was a high school teacher and real estate agent in New Hampshire before being elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1985. Smith moved to the U.S. Senate in 1990 and was reelected in 1996. Sen. Smith championed true conservative princples in the Senate which sometimes stood at odds with his fellow Republicans, leading him to announce in February of 1999 that he would run for president in 2000. Smith left the GOP that summer to run as an independent, but then dropped out of the race in October of 1999. During his time away from the Senate, Sen. Smith Since has served as the president of Florida's Everglades Foundation, a leading conservation group.

Michael Steinberg is a conservative, registered Republican, author, and businessman who was a candidate in the 2012 primary race. Steinberg seeks to supply the demand for principled representation in Congress and is eager to take bold steps toward reversing Obama's harmful policies that hurt and infringe American prosperity and liberties.

Representative Steve Stockman serves the people of the 36th Congressional District of Texas. This district, which was created as a result of the 2010 census, includes the counties of Chambers, Hardin, Jasper, Liberty, Newton, Orange, Polk, Tyler, and portions of southeastern Harris County. By serving his constituents, Rep. Stockman seeks to restore the core American principles of limited government, strong support for American families, and a robust national defense.

State Senator Jim Tracy is challenging Democrat Congressman Scott DesJarlais' bid for a third term representing Tennessee's 4th Congressional District. Senator Tracy has worked to reform his state's education policies, attempting to return the system to a focus on student achievement. Senator Tracy has also led the effort to reduce the burden on small business and promote job growth in Tennessee. Senator Tracy has served in the State Senate since 2004 and is the Chairman of the Senate Transportation and Safety Committee.

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