Here is the latest email from Delegate Bob Marshall, and it is actually rather interesting
Have you heard the news? The game has changed.
The May 3 survey by Public Policy Polling shows voters now prefer Del. Bob Marshall for U.S. Senate by more than 2 to 1 over Jamie Radtke.
And this comes after Radtke has campaigned more than 17 months and raised, according to Federal Election Commission records, more than $700,000 in contributions.
We knew this would happen. Many voters know Marshall’s record and those who don’t are learning that…
- Marshall never voted for a tax increase.
- Marshall has won 11 consecutive general elections for the House of Delegates.
- Marshall was the author and sponsor of the Va. Health Care Freedom Act, the law Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is using in the U.S. Supreme Court against Obamacare.
- Marshall was the author and sponsor of the Human Life Bill that was designed to give the pre-born the most protection possible under that judicial overreach known as Roe. V. Wade.
Now, as the campaign moves into the final five weeks, Del. Bob Marshall will widen his lead over his Non-Allen opponents and then be in position as the sole, meaningful challenger to overtake George Allen.
Marshall has now passed Radtke by more than 2 to 1.
Marshall has now passed Jackson by more than 4 to 1.
Yes, we have some significant ground to make up before Marshall can catch George Allen.
But Marshall has broken out of the pack. So watch out George, here comes Bob Marshall!
Bob Marshall, The Game Changer. It’s now a whole new ballgame!
Bob Marshall for Senate
P.S. Now that Marshall has passed Radtke and passed Jackson, give $25, $50 or even $100 to Marshall for Senate. Bob Marshall is the only one with a clean record to go after Tim Kaine.
And if you’ve been especially blessed, give $250, $500, $1,000, even $2500 for Bob Marshall who has done so much to advance the cause of constitutional conservatism.
The Marshall campaign is using a low cost, high efficiency, targeted strategy that can win this race. Make your contribution today! And for Bob Marshall, thank you indeed.
Consider the Senate race in Indiana, Poll: Indiana Sen. Lugar behind by 10 points. Sen. Richard Lugar is a Republican “moderate”. As this article explains, Tea party targets Sen. Richard Lugar: Can moderate Republicans survive?, the Tea Party has effectively opposed Lugar. Key to success is the Tea Party has gotten behind one candidate, the candidate who can win.
What the race in Indiana demonstrates is that an activated citizenry can beat an Establishment Republican, even an incumbent with a big campaign war-chest.
Not satisfied with former governor/senator George Allen? Concerned he is too moderate? Worried that an incumbent who could not beat Senator James Webb, a Democrat running for his first elected office, will be crushed by former governor Tim Kaine? Then consider lending in your support to Delegate Bob Marshall, and don’t wait. The primary is June 12th.