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"Bring Him Home"

Rockwall, TX- Now or Never PAC is releasing its first ad in Texas’s 4th Congressional District entitled “Bring Him Home.”   After a recent poll commissioned by Now or Never PAC found U.S. Attorney John Ratcliffe up 12 points against...

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NON-PAC Releases Survey Results in AL-1 Republican Run-off Race

SURVEY IN AL-1 SHOWS COMPETITIVE RUN-OFF
More than a third (36%) of Run-Off Voters Say Byrne “too moderate”
The Now or Never Political Action Committee (NON-PAC) released the results of a survey of likely Republican voters in the upcoming...

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PAC vows to spend $800,000 on Todd Akin in Missouri.

A group that calls itself the Now or Never Political Action Committee announced Wednesday it will spend $800,000 on television ads to back Todd Akin for the U.S. Senate in Missouri. The organization also is sponsoring TV ad buys in several other states,...

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Last-minute outside money flows into Todd Akin campaign.

Last-minute money has flowed into Missouri to bolster Todd Akin’s U.S. Senate campaign with TV advertisements despite previous vows by some national groups to boycott the Republican’s campaign. The Now or Never super PAC said Thursday that it had...

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Super PAC Ups Pro-Akin Ad Buy To $1 Million.

Now or Never PAC, the conservative, Missouri-based super PAC supporting Todd Akin, has upped it's ad buy in the final week of the Missouri Senate race from $800,000 to $1 million, the group's spokesman, Tyler Harber, told TPM Thursday. The ad, which...

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New Poll Shows Tight Race in Alabama Congressional (CD-1) Runoff

MOBILE, Ala. - A new poll of Republican voters in Alabama’s 1st Congressional district shows a tightening race between Bradley Byrne and Dean Young in the Nov. 5 runoff election. The survey commissioned by the Now or Never Political Action Committee,...

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Akin and his allies buy last-minute ad time.

In the final days before Election Day, Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin and his allies are making one last push to flood the airwaves and win over Missouri voters, in spite of his controversial comments on rape and abortion. Akin and the Missouri...

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Pro-Todd Akin Political Action Committee Spending Millions for Jeff Flake AND Fellow Extremist Todd Akin.

As a lobbyist and career politician in Washington, Jeff Flake has stood with the extreme wing of his party, compiling a voting record that is nearly identical to extremist Todd Akin.  Flake stood with Akin to block funding for Arizona firehouses,...

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Conservative Super PAC Drops $800,000 Behind Todd Akin.

A conservative super PAC in Missouri, the Now or Never PAC, has placed $800,000 into an ad buy supporting Rep. Todd Akin in the final days of the Missouri Senate race, arguing that voters should support Akin because him will support Mitt Romney. The buy...

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Gingrich: Akin win could rebuke GOP establishment.

Still mourning the death of her mother, Democratic Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill returned to campaigning Wednesday as Republican challenger Todd Akin gained a dual boost from a former presidential hopeful and a political group that had aided one his...

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WKRG-TV: New Poll Shows Dean Young Cutting Gap in Congressional Race - A conservative...

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FLAKE AD: CARMONA A ‘BULLY’ — Democrat Richard Carmona may be a decorated Vietnam War vet, one-time SWAT team leader and former U.S. surgeon general. But his Republican opponent, Jeff Flake, has been trying to dismantle that made-for-Hollywood résumé...

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Fixbits: New NBC News/Marist College polls show Romney and Obama deadlocked in Colorado, while in Nevada, Obama is at 50 percent and Romney is at 47 percent. Sheldon Adelson gave the top pro-Romney super PAC, Restore Our Future, another...

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For many residents of Illinois’ 8th Congressional District interviewed this week, the paramount issue of the upcoming election between incumbent U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh (R-Fox Lake) and opponent Tammy Duckworth is the $16 trillion national debt. In interviews,...

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Peter Roskam , 6th Congressional District Representative, released this statement: Washington, DC—Congressman Peter Roskam (IL-06) released the following statement on the eleventh anniversary of the September...

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Rockwall, TX- Now or Never PAC is releasing its first ad in Texas’s 4th Congressional District entitled “Bring Him Home.”

 

After a recent poll commissioned by Now or Never PAC found U.S. Attorney John Ratcliffe up 12 points against 34 year incumbent Hall, Now or Never PAC plans to invest more resources in support of Ratcliffe’s candidacy so voters have a clear conservative alternative.

 

 At 90 years old, Ralph Hall is the oldest member of Congress in U.S. history, ever. Hall was elected in 1980, the same year Pac Man debuted and Jimmy Carter was still President. Voters need an alternative to long-serving Washington insiders who have voted repeatedly for debt ceiling increases and wasteful earmarks. It’s time to “Bring Him Home” so the 4th Congressional District has a new, conservative voice representing them in Washington.

 

WKRG-TV: New Poll Shows Dean Young Cutting Gap in Congressional Race - A conservative political action committee has released the first public poll concerning the 1st-district congressional race. Bradley Byrne advanced to the Republican runoff last month. Byrne polled 35-percent to finish first. Dean Young was second in a nine-candidate field at 23-percent.

 

 

According to the poll out today by the Now or Never PAC., Young has cut the gap. The

poll shows Byrne with 44-percent, Young with 37-percent, and 19-percent undecided.

The Now or Never PAC is generally seen a tea-party-supporting group.

Of the people responding to this poll, 43-percent identified themselves as Tea-Partiers, 42-percent conservative, and 15-percent moderate.

When asked about Dean Young, 48-percent said he was "just right" on the political spectrum.

36-percent said he is too conservative. 17-percent say Young is too moderate.

The run-off election takes place November 5th. Jo Bonner stepped down as the 1st Alabama District congressman in August.

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