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Fox News: Bossie - Situation Room recording an "outrageous violation of national security."

CU Pres. David Bossie on Fox News:  Former White House aide's Situation Room recording an "outrageous violation of national security."


Fox News: Bossie Op-ed - Lessons Democrats and Trump supporters should learn from Tuesday’s primaries

The strong performance in Tuesday’s special election in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District by Republican state Sen. Troy Balderson against Democrat Danny O’Connor shows President Trump made the difference. Voters in the central Ohio district sent a message: the Trump agenda is leading America in the right direction and they don’t want to turn back.

President Trump, Balderson and the Republican National Committee all claimed victory for Balderson. However, news organizations are saying the race is too close to call because of provisional and absentee ballots that won’t be looked at until Aug. 18.

Anti-Trump media set the stage for a big Democratic upset in the Ohio race. But the Trump economy is booming and the president’s dedication to keeping the House in Republican control worked to Balderson’s advantage.

Balderson was ahead of O’Connor by a razor-thin margin of 1,745 votes before the examination of all absentee and provisional ballots. This shows that talk of a blue wave sweeping Democrats to victories over GOP candidates is clearly premature.

Democrats are finding out that strong economic numbers like 4.1 percent annualized economic growth, 3.9 percent unemployment, and 3.4 million jobs created on President Trump’s watch will make success in November harder than expected for the left.

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CUPVF Endorses John James for Senate in Michigan

CUPVF and I are proud to stand with @realDonaldTrump to endorse @JohnJamesMI for Senate in Michigan! John is a combat veteran, reformer and political outsider. He'll come to the Senate to take on failed status quo that career politician Sen. Stabenow represents. Vote John James!

-CU Pres. David Bossie via Twitter

Fox News: Bossie Excited For Midterms, Economy On Fire




CUPVF Endorses Steve Smith for Congress in Arizona 1

Along with Citizens United Political Victory Fund I'm proud to endorse full spectrum conservative @senstevesmith for Congress in AZ-1! Steve will come to Congress to support @realDonaldTrump America First agenda - build wall, cut taxes/red tape, take on failed DC status quo.

-CU Pres. David Bossie

Fox News Op-ed: Trump beat Hillary more than a year ago but the left can't let it go – and it's harming our country

After the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed his razor-thin defeat in the 2000 presidential election, former Vice President Al Gore could
have gone to the mat trying to delegitimize the presidency of George W. Bush. Much to his credit, he didn’t.

Democrat Gore had won the popular vote, after all, and the turmoil created by the historic 36-day recount in Florida was all he needed to divide the country for selfish and ideological reasons. But instead of orchestrating a radical leftist resistance, Gore chose country over power.

As difficult as it must have been, Gore was big enough to let it go, accept his loss, and recognize that Republican Bush was the legitimate president of the United States.

In a constitutional republic like ours, every two years there are winners and losers at the ballot box. After a rigorous debate and exchange of ideas, “We the People” make the ultimate decision about who will do the governing until the next election. Historically, the party that loses the previous election licks its wounds, reboots its message and works with the majority party on issues where common ground can be found. This recipe that is the American miracle has worked remarkably well for 230 years – until now.

Now there’s a permanent Democratic obstruction campaign in Washington and a radical socialist resistance across the country. What’s driving this?

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Greenville News: 4th Congressional District Republican primary runoff: Lee Bright vs William Timmons

“Bright has been endorsed by three Republican congressman: U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, U.S. Rep. Steve King of Iowa and U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky. He also has been endorsed by former 4th District Republican candidate Dan Albert; former 4th District Republican candidate Barry Bell; Laurens County tea party founder and president Dianne Belsom; David Bossie, Trump's former deputy campaign manager and president of Citizens United; former 4th District Republican candidate Stephen Brown; Lt. Gov. Kevin Bryant; state Rep. Bill Chumley; James Epley, a former Trump campaign official who also was a 4th District Republican candidate; state Rep. Jonathon Hill; Laurens County Councilman Stewart Jones; state Rep. Steven Long; state Rep. Josiah Magnuson; former state Rep. Wendy Nanney; Greenvile County tea party Chairman Pressley Stutts; Greenville County Councilman Bob Taylor; Club for Growth; FreedomWorks; National Association of Gun Rights; Tea Party Express and Tea Party Patriots.”

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CUPVF Endorses Lee Bright for Congress in South Carolina 4

Along with Citizens United Political Victory Fund, I'm proud to endorse constitutional conservative @LeeBright for Congress in SC-4. I look forward to working with Lee on enacting the America First agenda of @RealDonaldTrump! Vote Lee Bright on Tuesday 6/26!

-CU Pres. David Bossie

Fox News: David Bossie: Sorry, Democrats, primary results prove that Trump’s agenda is a smash hit

The results in Tuesday's primaries in eight states are an early indication that President Trump's "America First" agenda and accomplishments are winning the support of the American people. This is good news for Republicans running in the Nov. 6 midterm elections.

The Trump agenda of economic growth, job creation, border security, and peace through strength abroad is causing voters to seriously consider the consequences of supporting candidates who carry the Democratic mantle of tax hikes, protecting sanctuary cities, and the hyper-partisan and baseless impeachment witch hunt.

In California, it will be hard for Democrats to point to evidence that a blue wave is coming in November. In congressional districts 39, 45 and 48 – all key pieces of the puzzle for a Democratic takeover of the House of Representatives – Republican candidates received over 50 percent of the vote in the “jungle primary” system.

With Democrats clinging to a meager 3 percent advantage in generic ballot polling averages, picking up the 23 House seats necessary to win a Democratic majority looks like it will be more difficult than expected.

Democrats also failed in their quest to send two open-border liberals to the general election in the California gubernatorial contest. Republican businessman John Cox captured second place, due to strong support from President Trump.

Cox will be a strong advocate for the president's pro-growth economic record in California. This will be a sharp contrast to Democrat Gavin Newsom's ultra-liberal objectives, which will only continue California's charge into the abyss.

Also worth noting is that a Democratic state senator in California was recalled for voting for gas tax increases, costing California Democrats the supermajority in the Legislature necessary to raise taxes even more.

Fresh off one of the best jobs reports in years, voters came to the polls in the eight states where primaries were held with growing optimism and a feeling that there is reason to feel good again in America.

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Roll Call: Patrick Morrisey Wins West Virginia GOP Senate Primary

State attorney general will face Joe Manchin in November



West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has won the Republican nomination to take on Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin III in November in what's likely to be one of the most closely watched races in the country.

He took 35 percent of the vote in a six-way GOP primary field, besting Rep. Evan Jenkins and former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship who finished with 29 percent and 20 percent, respectively.

The defeat of Blankenship, a former convict, is a win for national Republicans who spent upward of a million dollars attacking him.

Trump went as far as to tweet against Blankenship on Monday, saying he'd be unelectable in November and asking voters to "remember Alabama," a reference to the Senate special election last December when Democrat Doug Jones upset controversial GOP nominee Roy Moore.

With the help of a super PAC supporting him, Morrisey hammered Jenkins throughout the campaign, accusing him of being a liberal. Meanwhile, Jenkins was also hit by national Democrats through a super PAC called Duty and Country.

In the final days of the race, Morrisey turned his attention to Blankenship, who had seen a late surge in internal polling after last week's Fox News debate. Morrisey released robocalls and a digital ad attacking the former coal executive for his role in a 2010 mine explosion in southern West Virginia and for serving time in prison in Nevada. He also attacked him for not filing his personal financial disclosure report, threatening to call Blankenship's parole officer. (His parole ends Tuesday.)

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