Conservative turnout will decide the 2014 midterm election. Here is our free "conservative get-out-the-vote tool kit" to help you get conservatives to the polls for the 2014 midterm election. It includes downloadable issue papers, the two most powerful videos we've seen on the importance of voting in this election and a comprehensive list of voter guides from conservative organizations to provide you with candidate-specific information. We urge you to use these tools to make sure every conservative and limited government voter you know gets to the polls this election.

Candidates who have avoided or not stuck with nationalizing the election, such as Mike Rounds in North Dakota and Thom Tillis in North Carolina, have struggled, while Scott Brown, by standing up for American workers and opposing amnesty for illegal aliens has taken his underfunded campaign from the cellar to actually leading incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen in some of the latest polls.

“The world has turned upside down. Instead of serving the interests of the American people, the policies of President Obama and every Senate Democrat serve the needs of special interests and global CEOs who fail to understand the duty a nation owes to its own people. But the citizens of this country still hold the power, and through their voice, they can turn the country right-side again.” -- Sen. Jeff Sessions

Liberals have dominated social media for years, but now conservatives are increasing their presence across Twitter and Facebook. And it’s driving liberals batty. This Halloween season, the hashtag #LiberalHalloweenTraditions is trending. Do you have what it takes to annoy a liberal this Halloween? Tweet your best #LiberalHalloweenTraditions tweet to @RichardViguerie and we’ll share it here.

"Republican leaders have consciously not nationalized this election because they don't want to have a mandate to govern and close the borders and strengthen our national defense and roll back Obamacare and other big government agenda items...Conservatives need to bear the burden of nationalizing this election because it's not going to come from the Republican leaders."

Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, ConservativeHQ.com 

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Conservative turnout will decide the 2014 midterm election. Here is our free "conservative get-out-the-vote tool kit" to help you get conservatives to the polls for the 2014 midterm election. It includes downloadable issue papers, the two most powerful videos we've seen on the importance of voting in this election and a comprehensive list of voter guides from conservative organizations to provide you with candidate-specific information. We urge you to use these tools to make sure every conservative and limited government voter you know gets to the polls this election.

Candidates who have avoided or not stuck with nationalizing the election, such as Mike Rounds in North Dakota and Thom Tillis in North Carolina, have struggled, while Scott Brown, by standing up for American workers and opposing amnesty for illegal aliens has taken his underfunded campaign from the cellar to actually leading incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen in some of the latest polls.

“The world has turned upside down. Instead of serving the interests of the American people, the policies of President Obama and every Senate Democrat serve the needs of special interests and global CEOs who fail to understand the duty a nation owes to its own people. But the citizens of this country still hold the power, and through their voice, they can turn the country right-side again.” -- Sen. Jeff Sessions

The arrogance and lies inherent in liberal “government by experts” are now on graphic display in the Obama response to the Ebola crisis and the willingness of American voters to defer to government by experts is, fortunately, rapidly eroding.

Phil Robertson has cut a couple TV ads touting his nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress in Louisiana’s 5th district. Following Robertson’s lead, ConservativeHQ.com is formally endorsing Dasher as well – not due to his membership in a famous family, but because he’s the principled conservative in the race.

While women ask the legitimate question, “Who will protect us and keep our families safe,” liberals are filling the airwaves with trashy campaign commercials about abortion and $9-a month birth control.

Liberals have dominated social media for years, but now conservatives are increasing their presence across Twitter and Facebook. And it’s driving liberals batty. This Halloween season, the hashtag #LiberalHalloweenTraditions is trending. Do you have what it takes to annoy a liberal this Halloween? Tweet your best #LiberalHalloweenTraditions tweet to @RichardViguerie and we’ll share it here.

Washington officials of both political parties have yet to tire of America’s permanent state of war; a testament to the foolishness and arrogance of those who believe themselves to be engineers of peoples, societies, and nations. Only when the American people insist that politicians make peace, not war, will The Libertarian Moment finally arrive.

If you, or anyone you know, is thinking about staying home this election I urge you to watch these two powerful videos, one by Texas conservative Congressman Louie Gohmert and “Who Will Keep Us Safe?” from Fed Up PAC, and then watch them once again on Election Day.

The choice in the Louisiana U.S. Senate race is clear: principled conservative Rob Maness won’t “duck” from a challenge. Watch the debate tonight (at Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge) and you’ll clearly see who is the best option for conservatives in the Pelican State.

"Republican leaders have consciously not nationalized this election because they don't want to have a mandate to govern and close the borders and strengthen our national defense and roll back Obamacare and other big government agenda items...Conservatives need to bear the burden of nationalizing this election because it's not going to come from the Republican leaders."

Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman, ConservativeHQ.com 

The debate is now concluded. The race for former Majority Leader Eric Cantor's House seat in Virginia's 7th Congressional District is hotter than ever.

Front Page Headlines

  • Ben Howe, Daily Signal

    “Only someone with too much of someone else’s money and not enough accountability for how it was being spent could come up some of these projects,” the Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) said when releasing the Wastebook.

  • Ed Morrissey, Hot Air

    Sen. Mary Landrieu said, “The South has not always been the friendliest place for African-Americans. It’s been a difficult time for [Obama] to present himself in a positive light as a leader.” She added that women have faced challenges also.

  • Derek Hunter, Daily Caller

    Mary Burke apparently was fired by her own family following steep overseas financial losses and plummeting morale among Burke’s European sales staff. How can she competently run a state?

  • Matthew Burke, Tea Party News Network

    “The only way for Repubs. to win, I believe, is to run a candidate who runs a strong conservative with a positive, optimistic, hopeful message,” Cruz recommended. “Repubs. win when we draw a clear distinction. We lose when we move to the mushy middle and we muddle the differences.” 

  • Alexander Bolton, The Hill

    The right argues that GOP leaders should forget about playing small ball & use momentum from the midterms to put big checks on O's agenda. “The American people don’t want Repubs. to become appeasers and supporters of a watered down Obama agenda.”

  • Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

    The pro-amnesty Hispanic activist organization the National Council of La Raza helpfully promoted a Washington Post article explaining which states people can vote in without having to use a photo ID.

  • William Bigelow, Breitbart

    Obama’s base of support among Hispanics and youth is eroding dramatically. Per the Pew Research Center, Hispanic voters are upset with Obama over what they perceive to be elevated deportations & failures to enact more lenient immigration reform. 

  • The Hill Staff

    Former Virginia Repub. candidate for Governor Ken Cuccinelli makes projections ahead of the Nov. 4 midterm elections and predicts a grim future for GOP candidates turning away from conservative principles. 

  • Bob Unruh, WND

    A federal judge in FL has ruled that the government’s latest revisions to the mandate still “don’t do enough to protect people of faith.” 'It's time for gov't to start respecting religious liberty.'

  • Josh Gerstein, Politico

    A.G. Eric Holder predicted that the Senate is unlikely to confirm a new attorney general until next year. The timeline Holder laid out suggests that the Senate wouldn't hold confirmation hearings for an A.G. nominee until Jan., when the Senate could be in Repub. hands.

  • Dan Spencer, Red State

    A new poll of 18- to 29- year-olds finds a majority, 51%, who say they'll “definitely vote” in the elections prefer a Repub.-run Congress. Only 47% favor a Dem.-controlled Congress. That’s a big shift from '10, when the same firm found 55% preferred Dem. control & 43% prefer Repub. control.

  • Fred Lucas, The Blaze

    Right before Penn. voters decide whether he keeps his post, GOP Gov. Tom Corbett signed a pro-gun law barring local restrictions. It would prevent local gov'ts from passing gun laws that are more restrictive than the state gun laws & basically erases existing local gun laws.

  • Matt Fuller, Roll Call

    The current NRCC chairman, Greg Walden of OR, wants to run for another term at the helm of the comm., and House GOP insiders say he’s still their pick. But Reps. Roger Williams (TX) and Aaron Schock (IL) have shown interest in challenging Walden for the chairmanship for the 2016 cycle.

  • Tony Lee, Breitbart

    A.G. Eric Holder and Homeland Sec. Sect. Jeh Johnson will reportedly give Obama their final executive amnesty recommendations in two weeks, a week after the midterm elections in which Republicans could take back Congress.

  • Rebecca Ballhaus, Amy Harder and Brody Mullins, Wall Street Journal

    In a significant shift, business groups gave more money in aggregate to Repub. candidates than to Dems. in 7 of the most competitive Senate races in recent months, in some cases taking the unusual step of betting against sitting senators.

  • Associated Press Staff

    Campaigning in one of the nation’s key U.S. Senate contests, Vice President Joe Biden said that Dems need to ‘stop the march of the Tea Party now,' and that keeping Dem. control of the chamber would “break the back of the hard right” and ease gridlock in DC.

  • Matthew Burke, Tea Party News Network

    Officials in Dem. states of IL & MD blamed 'calibration issues' when some Repub. ballots were switched to Dem.

  • Awr Hawkins, Breitbart

    A recent Gallup poll which asked Americans to name "the most important problem" facing the U.S. shows that pet Dem. issues rank near the bottom of the list. The "economy in general" was the biggest concern at 17%, then "dissatisfaction with gov't" (16%) & "unemployment/jobs" (10%).

  • Thomas Lifson, American Thinker

    Pat Roberts may win re-election in Kansas thanks to Obama's first campaign promise. Roberts is showing some political skill while squishy Greg Orman's campaign bumbles on Obama's poison pill.

  • Jennifer Harper, Washington Times

    Sarah Palin says she “hopefully” will run for office again. Regarding her haters she said, "The more they’re pouring on, the more I’m going to bug them by being out there with a voice.” She has this to say to the GOP: “Those who at least have the titles of leaders in the GOP, they need more guts."

  • Lindsay Wise, McClatchy Washington Bureau

    “There is just too much at stake not to support Pat Roberts,” said Jenny Beth Martin, chairman of the Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund PAC. “We reached out to our people in Kansas, and they overwhelmingly supported this endorsement.

  • Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

    Reince Priebus says it’s “un-American" for Obama to consider implementing an executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens across the US. “It’s unconstitutional, illegal, and we don’t support it,” Priebus replied when a Tea Partier asked him about the president’s plans for an exec. amnesty.