Friday, October 3, 2014

The Return of Ten Buck Friday

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Week Five of a Nine Week Mission, to Seek new life for the Senate, to Boldly Throw Out clueless Harry Reid and his equally clueless supporters!


Focusing on the Senate races is it worth ten bucks a week to you (a matinee and a small box of popcorn?) to eliminate Reid's control and give the Senate responsible leadership again?


With that in mind, this week we look to the Senate seat in LA. Can you contribute just $10 to Senate candidate Bill Cassidy in his race against Mary Landreu, (D-Washington DC)?


Real Clear Politics has Cassidy up 1.3 points on the average, and rates the state as a toss up.


You can contribute to Bill Cassidy here. Good luck and Godspeed, Bill!


(If you mark your contribution as "Ten Buck Friday", they'll see if the blogosphere can give them a little bump.)

Update: Since I wrote this, Real Clear Politics now has Cassidy up 4.6 over Washington Mary


Visit Our Fellow Ten Buck Friday bloggers:


Adrienne's Corner


Fishersville Mike

For God, Family, and Country

Laughing Conservative

Left Coast Rebel

Mind Numbed Robot

Polination

Political Clown Parade

Proof Positive


Texas Conservative News

Theo Spark


Wyblog


Twitter: #TenBuckFriday

Update: Some video of Bill at Nonsensible Shoes

3 comments:

  1. Another Friday, contribution sent, reblogged at WyBlog.us and cross-posted to TheoSpark.net. Harry Reid's gonna need a moving van!

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  2. Ditto. Just got back from Nebraska (go figure!) and made my donation.

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  3. Things are trending well for Ten Buck Friday candidates. According to Real Clear Politics:

    Tom Cotton has gone from +1.7 to +3.6
    Joni Ernst has gone from +.2 to +2.8
    Bill Cassidy has gone from +1.3 to +4.6

    David Perdue has slipped a bit from +3.8 to +3.2
    The biggest hit was to Thom Tillis, dropping from +1 to a -4.2

    But, 60% of our candidates have gained ground in the last month.

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