Judicial Elections: Fifteen Years of Consequences
By former Chairman Alexander A. Bush
Most of us spend little time, if any, thinking about judicial elections. The candidates rarely campaign and the judges appointed by the Governor almost invariably win.
This year could be a tragic exception. For the first time in living memory an unvetted candidate has won the Democratic primary
I join you as we celebrate the Republican National Convention. Times are so different, four years ago it was the DNC and RNC Conventions, then the Summer Olympics in Brazil, on to Labor Day and the election. (All the media outlets knew who would win – the voting was just a formality)
Hello Fellow Republicans,
Now that the DNC has wrapped up their convention of platitudes, it is full steam ahead to the RNC Convention. In the coming week, Americans will hear about the countless results that President Trump has delivered for the American people.
Along these lines, I am very excited to share with you our new Trump Top 10! With all the results the President has produced, it is a challenge to narrow the list down.
Our hope is that this one-page “Trump Top 10” is resource for you. Print it out, enlarge it on foamboard,