Nothing in Virginia matters more right now than Mark Peake and Corey Fauconier.
While the drama queens do their drama queen thing, there are two elections coming up which matter a great deal.
Over the next week, we’ll get a good look at where Republicans are at. We have a fight in the House of Delegates and a fight in the Senate. Mr. Peake and Mr. Fauconier are necessary to secure the influence of the Republican Party in Virginia. If Mr. Peake loses his bid for the 22nd District and if Mr. Fauconier loses his bid for the 9th District, Republicans will be wondering what the heck is the point of securing the Governors mansion in November.
While Richmond and North-Central Virginia decide our fate, I wonder whether or not we’re all doing our job to ensure a Republican majority in the Senate.
We have a tendency to ignore the battles we refused to fight and the battles we refused to care about. If you live in either of these two senatorial districts, and if you aren’t making sure you are instrumental in getting out the vote, then you are letting the Republican Party down.
If you live in the 22nd or the 9th, and you have questions, then I would encourage you to reach out to these candidates to see what you can do. If you would rather reach out to a grassroots activist, call me. 910.604.3646. I will work hard to put you in touch with their campaigns.
This is important. Reach out to John Whitbeck at the RPV for answers to your questions. Reach out to me if you want to get involved. It won’t matter who our next Governor is if we don’t have a conservative Senate. While Libertarians work against Mark Peake, I would like us to work for Corey Fauconier. Let them hate us while we work hard to ensure that when a Republican isn’t on the ticket, that a Libertarian is. Libertarians should know that we we value them, even if they don’t value us.
Let Liberty Rise… Let us secure a Republican Senate. There is a great deal of work to do. While the activists and Libertarians look stop this from becoming a reality, let us decide our own fate. Let’s elect Peake and Fauconier. There might not be a grassroots movement to do so. So, let us become a liberty movement on behalf of liberty legislation.14 comments