Tim Griffin’s “Arkansas Values in Action” Reforms

We’ve already expressed our enthusiasm for Tim Griffin’s candidacy down in Arkansas’s 2nd CD, but wow, his newest campaign proposal and pledge is a truly fantastic example of how a campaign can prove it understands the frustrations of the voters … Continued


SC’s McMaster, Principal/Principled Overhaul Opponent

Suffice it to say, South Carolina’s gubernatorial hopeful and current AG Henry McMaster has probably been as vocal an advocate of challenging the Constitutionality of the health care overhaul as anyone in the nation this year. It seems his campaign … Continued


Can The Tea Party Movement Take The Next Step?

Many Tea Party activists are ready to move beyond grabbing headlines to winning elections in November.  The question for Tea Party supporters is can they win over enough voters between now and November. Read more from Alex Altman at Time




CNN Salutes The “Colorful Smiles” Of The Tea Party

This is a surprise from CNN. Shannon Travis describes his experience at a tea party rally: “[H]ere’s what you don’t often see in the coverage of Tea Party rallies: Patriotic signs professing a love for country; mothers and fathers with … Continued


Senator Burr’s First Re-election TV Ad

Senator Richard Burr (R-NC), one of CFP’s featured candidates for March 2010, is up with his first TV ad for his 2010 re-election campaign.   The new ad, entitled “Serving,” is well done, and plays up Burr’s responsiveness and accessibility, … Continued