Bevin, who rode Tea Party support to a narrow victory in a four-way Republican primary, soundly defeated State Attorney General Jack Conway, whose late October lead in the polls evaporated on election day.
“This is a chance for a fresh start,” said Bevin at his victory event, calling his candidacy an opportunity to change traditional politics. “It truly is, and we desperately need it.”
I guess the Democrats simply couldn’t bus in enough illegal immigrants and rally enough dead people to vote to steal the elections today. This is not so much a Republican victory as it is a failure of the democratic voter fraud machine.
— POLITICO (@politico) November 4, 2015
Bevin “soundly defeated State Attorney General Jack Conway, whose late October lead in the polls evaporated on election day…”
Pay very close attention. Polls don’t mean anything when voters turn out at the booth to cast ballots.
No media hype, manipulative misinformation, special interest pandering or last minute sleight of hand can control the conscience.
— 🇺🇸 Cris 🇺🇸 (@ThePatriot143) November 4, 2015
Values, beliefs, rights, freedoms are all up front and center. Stay tuned for more upsets in both directions. I hope ALL of the current incumbents get booted out for some fresh, citizen and country focused newbies.
Political correctness and liberal socialist ideology have peaked, and it’s rolling down the other side of the hill into the landfill at the bottom. Where it belongs. It will peak its ugly head up again like it always does every 30 or 40 years. Every generation falls for it at first, until the reality of it starts to affect their wallets and pocketbooks. You, kids, are sick of living in Mom’s basement, aren’t you?
To hell with political parties. Time for a monumental shift back to the people in control.