We are only 8 Days away from victory! Time is running out! Conservatives need your help to win! Floridians need your help to get rid of liberal judges and to pass good amendments and defeat bad ones. A coalition of Tea Party Groups (the Treasure Coast Tea Party, the TEA Party Patriots of the Treasure Coast, and the Glenn Beck 9-12 Group of St Lucie County have joined together to actively support conservatives running for office and to oppose amendment 4. We need volunteers to fill two hour time slots at early voting polling locations to distributing courtesy cards. (Download a copy of the courtesy card here to pass out to your family, friends, neighbors, etc. here: http://bryanlongworth.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/2010-General-TEA-Party-Courtesy-Card.pdf)
Tea Party Coalition Political Recommendations
Members of The TEA Party groups chose the following candidates and amendments as their focus:
Marco Rubio – Candidate for one of Florida’s US Senate seats.
Rick Scott – Candidate for Florida Governor.
Pam Bondi – Candidate for Florida Attorney General.
Gayle Harrell – Candidate for Florida State House, District 81.
Carl Iken – Candidate for Port St Lucie City Council, District 1.
Tom Rooney – US Congress, District 16.
Tod Mowery – County Commission District 2.
No on Amendment 4.
Volunteers can choose to work on local, state, or federal races or the state constitutional amendments.
How Can You Help Elect Conservatives?
If you want to join me in electing conservative candidates, please contact the campaign directly, send me an e-mail, or comment on this post. If your home, business, or property is located on a major road, and you’d be willing to display yard signs of conservative candidates, contact the campaigns directly, or let me know.
Christian Coalition Voter Guide Distribution for Indian River, Okeechobee, Martin and St Lucie Counties
I need 20 volunteers in each of the above counties to distribute Local (Saint Lucie County) and State Christian Coalition (all counties) to local churches, synagogues, ministerial associations, and civic organizations. We will have printed copies of the guides available for distribution this week. If you are interested in helping, please let me know.
Voter Guide Links
Below are links to voter guides and my recommendations for the FL Supreme Court and 4th District Court of Appeals. In each, I explain the rationale behind my recommendations. For those living in other districts, refer to the United Chistians of Florida site. Please note that the United Christians of Florida and my Judicial voter guides are partisan. As such, distributing these information in churches would violate the Johnson Amendment to the IRS 501c3 code. Anyone considering passing out partisan voter guides in church, should contact the Alliance Defense Fund prior to doing so at http://www.alliancedefensefund.org/. Churches may distributed non-partisan voter guides (such as the Christian Coalition voter guides) and may take positions supporting or opposing constitutional amendments and legislation legislation without jeopardizing their 501C3 tax exempt status. Visit (http://www.lc.org/index.cfm?PID=16245#pastors) to learn what pastors and churches can legally do in regards to voter registration, voter guides, and other activities.
Non-Partisan Florida and Local Christian Coalition Voter Guides are Ready for Distribution! http://bryanlongworth.com/2010/10/19/florida-and-local-christian-coalition-voter-guides-are-ready-for-distribution/
Florida Constitutional Amendment Recommendations http://bryanlongworth.com/2010/10/16/florida-constitutional-amendment-recomendations/
Florida Supreme Court and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th District Court of Appeals Judges Up for Retention http://bryanlongworth.com/2010/10/21/florida-supreme-court-and-4th-district-court-of-appeals-judges-up-for-retention/
Saint Lucie County League of Women Voters’ Decision 2010 General Election Forum Video: http://stluciefl.iqm2.com/Citizens/VideoScreen.aspx?MediaURL=mms://Media2.IQM2.com/a1607/o21/StLucieFL/1742.wmv
Martin County Political Forum Audio: http://www.wpsl.com/audio/Martin%20County%20Forum%2010-6-10.MP3