Monday, November 08, 2010

Help America by helping Joe Miller in Alaska

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Alaska needs Joe Miller, more importantly America needs Joe Miller! Senator Jim DeMint, a strong conservative leader in the U.S. Senate, created the Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) and helped to raise a significant amount of money for some excellent conservative candidates including: Joe Miller (AK). In all his fund supported 11 conservative candidates. Five won and five lost their elections. The five winners were: Marco Rubio (FL), Rand Paul (KY), Ron Johnson (WI), Pat Toomey (PA), and Mike Lee (UT). The five who lost their bids were pro-government media targets Christine O'Donnell (D) and Sharron Angle (NV) as well as Dino Rossi (WA), John Raese (WV) and Ken Buck (CO). One race is still in limbo, that's the Alaskan election for US Senate. Joe Miller is a need voice in the Senate to counter the loud and grating voices of the far leftist like Chuck Schumer (NY) Barbara Boxer(CA), Harry Reid (NV) and Sherrod Brown (OH). If and when Miller wins the SCF will have helped to elect a majority of their endorsed conservative candidates this fall. It would be an even larger success than it is today.

The conservatives in January will not only have to battle the Soetoro/Obama-Reid destructive duo, but their own Country Club Republicans likes Lindsey Graham (NC), John McCain (AZ), Oympia Snowe (ME) and Mark Kirk (IL). Next year will see historic battles in the Senate over the hearts and mind of not only the Republican Party but America.

If you are a conservative please strongly consider contributing to the Joe Miller Recount Fund being raised by Senator Jim DeMint's Senate Conservatives Fund by clicking here. Or, you can contribute directly by going to www.JoeMiller.us!


Here is an urgent plea from Senator DeMint:


Dear Fellow Conservative:

Joe Miller, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Alaska, needs our help. He's in the race of his life against Senator Lisa Murkowski who ran as a independent write-in candidate after losing the Republican primary.

With the race still too close to call, there are still tens of thousands of ballots that haven't been counted and there will be a recount to verify the integrity of the write-in ballots.

Joe Miller can win this race but he's up against a well-financed legal team that is working for Lisa Murkowski. They will be fighting to bend the law in Alaska, which requires write-in ballots to accurately state the candidate's name.

Joe Miller needs our immediate help.

The costs associated with maintaining the integrity of this election could be very high, especially if the legal battles go on for a while. Joe does not have the support of the special interests in Washington and he cannot rely on national Republicans to do everything that's needed to defend him.

Joe Miller needs the help of freedom-loving Americans who recognize the importance of winning this race. Joe Miller will stand up to the big spenders in both political parties and help stop the massive spending, bailouts, and debt that threaten our future.

Please make a contribution to the Joe Miller Recount Fund today.

This is a separate committee that has separate contribution limits. Individuals may contribute up to $2,400 to the Joe Miller Recount Fund even if they made contributions to his campaign before November 2nd.

Thank you for everything you have done to support the principles of freedom. Thank you in advance for supporting Joe Miller in this critical battle.

Sincerely,


Jim DeMint
United States Senator
Chairman, Senate Conservatives Fund


Here is a statement made by Joe Miller himself:


The campaign remains optimistic that Joe Miller will be the next U.S. Senator from the state of Alaska.

Previous write-in campaigns in Alaska have demonstrated that as much as 5 to 6% of returned ballots have not met the standard to be counted as a valid vote.

As with any write-in campaign, the burden of execution rests with the candidate whose name is not on the ballot. Candidates who mount a write-in campaign opt for an uphill battle. At this point, without a single write-in ballot counted, Lisa Murkowski has no claim on a victory.

To complicate the matter, the Division of Elections has yet to adequately explain how a ballot will be marked in favor of a candidate. The current standards are extraordinarily ambiguous.

We trust that officials will conduct the hand count with propriety and consistency.

In short, this campaign is not over!

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