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2020 Primaries and General Election

The 2020 elections will be critical to begin clearing out dirty politicians.  It is not just the presidency at stake, but Congressional seats too. We can be sure there will be manipulation from Deep State operatives. However, in the coming cycle, more and more candidates are showing support of the Great Awakening.  We aim to target elections to help these candidates secure the primaries and general elections.  By doing so, we put into position people with principles who can act as a buffer against the Deep State.  The more people we can help elect, the better our outcomes in the years to come.  We hope in coming years that more candidates will step up with an outwardly anti-Deep State platform and guide the country back to righteousness.  Below you will find a list of Great Awakening friendly candidates. To jump to our dirty dozen, click here.

This is a working list, so if you know of any great candidates that are not on our radar, please email us with the details at [email protected] and we will check them out.  We love all candidates National, State, and Local who are ready to defeat the Deep State.

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General Election Winners and Runoff Elections

California

Arguably one of the most corrupt states in the Union, the upcoming the general election in California gives patriots a chance fight the status quo and work to end the rampant wasteful spending and harmful inflation caused by shady politicians.  

CA District 3: Tamika Hamilton (R)

Mrs. Hamilton is the Republican nominee for District 3. Come November, she will go head to head with 11 year incumbent John Garamendi (D).  Mrs. Hamilton has hinted about her support of the Great Awakening on social media, with notes about “following god’s plan”, telling proverbs, and a call to arms against the old guard.  If elected, Mrs. Hamilton will work to combat the flood of illegal immigrants and fight for farmers’ against burdensome environmental protection policies.

Tamika’s Campaign Website  Tamika’s Twitter

CA District 7: Robert Buzz Patterson (R)

Lt. Colonel Patterson is the Republican nominee in District 7. Come November, he will go head to head with incumbent Ami Bera (D).  Lt. Colonel Patterson has exposed crimes of the deep state, including the Clintons, through several books from his personal experience in the white house protecting the “football” as the White House military aide.  If elected, Lt. Colonel Patterson will continue to combat the deep state in his role as congressman.  He will work to secure the U.S. border, strengthen our military, and cut back taxes while reducing government spending.   

Buzz’s Campaign Website  Buzz’s Twitter

 

CA District 36: Erin Cruz (R)

Mrs. Cruz is the Republican Nominee for District 36.  Come November, she will fight Democrat incumbent Raul Ruiz.  Mrs. Cruz has not been quite as vocal in her support of the Great Awakening during her campaign, but has made statements on the record acknowledging the existence of the Deep State, and her wish to combat it.  Mrs. Cruz, if elected, will work to shorten the reach of big government, and restore individual rights.  She supports immigration reform such as ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), lowering tax burden, and paring down the federal budget.

Erin’s Campaign Website   Erin’s Twitter

Texas

While generally a state favorable to individual rights and restricted government, Texas has been battling an influx of blue state voters in recent years due to a tech boom that started around Austin, as well as illegal immigrants coming through the border.  With these voters came the same bad ideas that made their home state inhospitable to opportunities.  Currently Texas has been battling on a myriad of issues, including the 10-day rule, which allows physicians to remove life support against the wishes of the family.  What is needed is a vocal voice in Texas against Deep State backed career politicians who will support effort to return power to American citizens.

TX District 13: Ronny Jackson (R)

Dr. Jackson will be in a runoff primary July 14th (previously scheduled on May 26th). If he wins, he will fight against the winner of the Democratic runoff as well as a Libertarian Candidate.  Dr. Jackson is a retired Navy rear admiral, and has been endorsed by President Trump. Dr. Jackson’s reputation and career was assaulted by deep state influence due to his relationship with the president.  If elected, Dr. Jackson will support an amendment to enforce term limits for congressmen, defend life at all stages, push for stronger boarder security, and fight to protect the Second Amendment.

Ronny’s Campaign Website   Ronny’s Twitter

TX District 16: Samuel Williams Jr. (R)

Mr. Williams will be in a runoff primary July 14th (previously scheduled on May 26th).  If victorious, he will go head to head with incumbent, Veronica Escobar (D).  Mr. Williams has been openly supportive of Q anon.  If elected, Mr. Williams will work to strengthen borders, protect the Second Amendment, allow a free market for healthcare, and support veterans.

Sam’s Campaign Website   Sam’s Twitter

North Carolina

North Carolina has been a swing state throughout the years.  While currently run by a Democrat Governor, North Carolina has 2 Republican Senators and a supermajority  of congressional districts.  On average, the democrat incumbents within the state have had much longer durations than Republican Congressmen-  15 year average for Democrats vs. six and a half year average for Republicans.  We support any effort to keep fresh voices in the House as an effective way to limit the efficacy of the Deep State. 

NC Governor: Dan Forest (R)

Mr. Forest is the Republican Nominee for Governor of North Carolina.  Come November, he will fight incumbent Roy Cooper (D) in the general election.  Mr. Forest is currently the Lt. Governor of North Carolina, and while not openly a member of WWG1WGA, he has been supportive of the President’s efforts to diminish the efficacy of the Deep State, and has been vocal against human trafficking abuses that are perpetuated by the Deep State.  If elected, he will continue to support the people of North Carolina by protecting the First Amendment, enabling job growth in his districts, and fighting back alley deals between government and businesses.

Dan’s Campaign Website   Dan’s Twitter

NC Lt. Governor: Mark Robinson (R)

Mr. Robinson is the Republican Nominee for Lt. Governor of North Carolina.  Come November he will go head to head with the Democratic candidate chosen in the upcoming runoff. Mr. Robinson is vocal on social media about his desire to end indoctrination and and misinformation, though he does not seem to openly be part of WWG1WGA.  If elected, Mr. Robinson will fight to protect life at all stages of development, advocate for an amendment that allows for congressional term limits, and protect the Second Amendment.

Mark’s Campaign Website   Mark’s Twitter

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania took a hard hit during the Obama administration.  Their major industry, coal, was attacked by special interest, and jobs were decimated on a large scale. This affront swung the state back to red in 2016.  Luckily the economy has been improving across the board with the President’s ability to negotiate and advocate for the needs of American citizens.  We hope to bring more legislators into Pennsylvania in 2020 who will place the needs of their constituents over their own self-interest.

PA District 17: Sean Parnell (R)

Mr. Parnell is the Republican nominee for PA’s 17th District.  In November, he will go head to head with the unopposed incumbent, Conor Lamb. Mr. Parnell has shared information on social media regarding Deep State collusion, and some of his supporters have been maligned as “trollbots” by MSM.  If Elected, Mr. Parnell will fight to protect the lives of the unborn and the unwanted, implement common-sense policy regarding the middle east, and support stronger border protection.

Sean’s Campaign Website   Sean’s Twitter

May 19th Primaries (By State)

Georgia

Georgia has maintained a strong and vibrant economy in recent years.  However, with an influx of young and inexperienced voters, elections have had narrow victories in favor of candidates who oppose left-wing authoritarian influence.  One seat with a Republican vacancy will be up for grabs in 2020, and we want to ensure a strong candidate takes up the reins and prevents another district from further deep state influence.

GA District 4: Johsie Cruz (R)

is the Republican nominee for GA’s 4th District.  She will face 13 year incumbent Hank Johnson (D) come November.  Mrs. Cruz has promised to expose the Deep State and drain the swamp if elected.  If she wins, Mrs. Cruz will support immigration reform and the wall, support a Balanced Budget Amendment, and work to eliminate unjust income tax in favor of consumption-based taxation.

Johsie’s Campaign Website   Johsie’s Twitter

GA District 14: Marjorie Taylor Greene (R)

Mrs. Greene is the Republican nominee for GA’s 14th District.  She will face democrat candidate, Kevin Van Ausdal, in the general election.  Mrs. Greene has been vocal about her support of the Great Awakening on social media.  Should she win, Mrs. Greene will sponsor an amendment requiring Congress to pass balanced budgets, protect the Second Amendment, and defend life at all stages.

Marjorie’s Campaign Website   Marjorie’s Twitter

Oregon

Oregon is a mixed bag of ideals.  While most of the state consists of sane working-class individuals, the epicenter of goofiness in Portland throws off the rest of the state and spreads bad regulation far and wide. Both Senators and  four of the five current Congressmen are Democrats, and most have been in office far past their expiration date.

OR Senate: Jo Rae Perkins (R)

Mrs. Perkins is the Republican nominee for Senator of OR.  She will be up against 11-year incumbent Jeff Merkley (D) as well as a Green Party Candidate.  Mrs. Perkins is an avid follower of Q theory, and has be vocal in her ideas behind the movement.  If victorious, Mrs. Perkins will work to protect lives at all stages of development, preserve the 2nd amendment, and be a vocal opponent of the Deep State on the senate floor.

Jo Rae’s Campaign Website   Jo Rae’s Twitter

August 4th Primaries (by State)

Arizona

Arizona is a mixed bag, split fairly evenly by representative from both parties. With conflicting ideals comes plentiful opportunities for corruption by politicians whose ideals change with whoever they talk to.  What Arizona needs are strong candidates with unflinching core values that will help them overcome corruption.

AZ District 3: Daniel Wood (R)

Mr. Wood is one of two Republican candidates in the upcoming primary.  While the incumbent does not currently have enough signatures to be on the ballot, Mr. Wood will likely be up against Mr. Raul Grijalva (D) who has been in the house a total of 17 years in two AZ districts.  Mr. Wood is an active follower of the Great Awakening, and posts often about Deep State issues on social media. If elected, Mr. Wood will support stricter immigration reforms and protect the second amendment.  He is an ardent supporter of the President and calls for a strong border wall.

Daniel’s Campaign Website  Daniel’s Twitter

Michigan

Once a beacon of industry in the United States, Michigan is a shadow of its former self.  Poverty is rampant, crime is sky high, despite a heavily Democrat-run government, public works are in disrepair, and a harm to public health.  Things aren’t looking good for the people of Michigan.  There needs to be representation that will look out for the interests of the people, and not the self-serving interest of politicians.

MI Senate: John James (R)

Mr. James is one of two Republicans in the upcoming primary.  If victorious, he will go head to head with the unopposed incumbent, Gary Peters (D).   Mr. James is an ardent supporter of President Trump, and has been routinely been attacked by MSM as a threat to the Deep State.  If elected, Mr. James will fight against Socialist-backed legislation, defend the right to life for our most defenseless, and work to create fair trade in the U.S and abroad.

John’s Campaign Website   John’s Twitter

MI District 9: Charles Langworthy (R)

Mr. Langworthy is currently the only Republican running in the upcoming primary. If that does not change, he will go up against the Democratic nominee in November. Mr. Langworthy is running a campaign dedicated to draining the swamp and fighting corruption caused by the Deep State. If elected, he will support an Amendment to allow for congressional term limits, prosecute and punish corrupt actors of the Deep State, and work to reimpose the gold standard in the U.S. to stop the cycle of debt.

Charles’ Campaign Website  Charles’ Twitter

August 6th Primaries (by State)

Tennessee

Tennessee is a great state that features many citizens with strong Christian values.  While there are a few blue districts with overlong serving congressmen, many districts stay fresh and let new candidates have their say.  We aim to keep filling opening this way, with candidates who will help us defeat the Deep State.

TN District 1: Nichole Williams (R)

Mrs. Williams is one of seven Republican candidates in the upcoming primary.  The current incumbent, Phil Roe (R), will not be running for reelection. If successful, Mrs. Williams will go up against the selected Democratic candidate and third-party candidates.  Mrs. Williams is a member of WWG1WGA, and actively posts about the influence of the Deep State on twitter.  If elected, Mrs. Williams will fight to enforce immigration laws and support the boarder wall.  She will work with the president to “Drain the Swamp”, balance the federal budget, and work on legislation to allow for a truly free and deregulated economy.

Nichole’s Campaign Website   Nichole’s Twitter

August 11th Primaries (by State)

Minnesota

This will be a big one!  As you may know, Minnesota was the first of two states to elect into office a Muslim woman.  A tenant of Islam is that you may only owe allegiance to Allah and follow strictly the rules of the Qua’ran.  This Congresswoman has not been shy about showing her disregard for American values during her tenure, and it is imperative we throw as much resources as possible to having her voted out before she corrupts the office further!

MN District 5: Danielle Stella (R)

Ms. Stella is one of six Republican candidates in the upcoming primary. If successful, she will likely go up against Incumbent, Ilhan Omar (D).  Ms. Stella is a strong member of WWG1WGA, and has been censored and dragged through the murk by mainstream media’s Deep State operatives despite being a special education teacher and traditional American woman, all in support of extremist Congresswoman Omar.  If elected, Ms. Stella will fight to protect freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, and life at all stages of development.

Danielle’s Campaign Website   Danielle’s Facebook She has been deplatformed from twitter

MN District 3: Gary Heyer (I)

Mr. Heyer will be automatically included in the general election as an independent candidate.  Mr. Heyer will face off against the selected Republican and Democrat candidates in a difficult battle.  With enough support, we can show it is possible to upend the corrupt two-party system!  Mr. Heyer is a patriot and active member of the Great Awakening movement.  If elected, Mr. Heyer will work to overhaul taxes and reduce wasteful spending.  He hopes to change the system to end corruption and underhanded politics that have plagued his district.

Gary’s Campaign Website   Gary’s Twitter

August 18th Primaries (by State)

Florida

Florida is a perennial swing state.  People of various ethics and beliefs congregate in one location, due to the environment and lessened tax burden.  However, it has created a tug-of-war in ideology where some want small government, and others beg for handouts and bureaucratic over-reach.  We are in luck, however, as many patriots have stepped up in Florida with a strong stance on destroying the hold of the Deep State!

FL District 5: Matthew Lusk (R)

Mr. Lusk is the only Republican candidate currently running in District 5.  Unless this changes, he will go up against the selected Democrat candidate, likely incumbent Alfred Lawson (D).   Mr. Lusk is actively campaigning on a pro Q platform.  If elected, Mr. Lusk will fight to eliminate the predatory taxation structure, promote healthcare freedom, protect the Second Amendment, and disempower the deep state.

Matthew’s Campaign Website   Matthew’s Twitter

FL District 14: Jeremy Brown (R)

Mr. Brown is one of four Republican candidates in the upcoming primary.  If he wins, he will go up against candidate Carlos Frontela (D) who is currently running unopposed.  Incumbent, Kathy Castor (D), does not seem to be running at this time.  Mr. Brown is openly a member of WWG1WGA, and has attended rallies in support of Q.  If elected, Mr. Brown will work to protect the Constitution, as intended by the founding fathers.  Mr. Brown will support a free market, and ensure active duty and veterans have the support they need to care for themselves and protect the country from antagonistic forces. 

Jeremy’s Campaign Website   Jeremy’s Twitter

FL District 21: Michael Bluemling Jr.  (R)

Mr. Bluemling is one of nine Republican candidates in the upcoming primary.  If victorious, he will likely go up against incumbent, Lois Frankel (D).  Mr. Bluemling is a follower of Q and a strong supporter of President Trump.  If elected, Mr. Bluemling will work to reform the education system so that it can support children with diverse strengths and weaknesses, opposed to the current office drone pipeline.  Mr. Bluemling will also fight against the global human trafficking crises perpetuated by Deep State players.  He will also work to reform immigration and support our nation’s veterans.

Michael’s Campaign Website   Michael’s Twitter

FL District 21:Reba Sherrill (R)

Ms. Sherrill is one of nine Republican candidates in the upcoming primary.  If she wins, she will likely go up against incumbent, Lois Frankel (D). Ms. Sherrill has been dedicated to fighting the Deep State for over 40 years. Ms. Sherrill is one of two favorable candidates who have shown varying degrees of support to anti-deep state efforts. If elected, Ms. Sherrill will work to overhaul a broken education system, rework the heath care system to encourage prevention practices, and protect the Second Amendment.

Reba’s Campaign Website   Reba’s Twitter

FL District 22: Christine Scott (R)

Ms. Scott is one of eight Republican candidates in the upcoming primary. Should she win, she will be up against unopposed Islamic candidate Imtiaz Ahmad Mohammad (D).  Incumbent, Ted Deutch (D) does not seem to be running at this time. Ms. Scott is one of two favorable candidates who have shown varying degrees of support to anti-Deep State efforts. Ms. Scott is running openly as a member of WWG1WGA.  If victorious, Ms. Scott will fight for merit-based immigration reform, eliminating federal corruption, and ending FISA warrant backed government spying rings and American citizens.

Christine’s Campaign Website   Unable to locate social media for Christine at this time.

FL District 22: Darlene Swaffar (R)

Ms. Swaffar is one of eight Republican candidates in the upcoming primary. Should she win, she will be up against unopposed Islamic candidate Imtiaz Ahmad Mohammad (D).  Incumbent, Ted Deutch (D) does not seem to be running at this time. Ms. Swaffar is one of two favorable candidates who have shown varying degrees of support to anti-Deep State efforts.  Ms. Swaffar is a member of WWG1WGA, and actively promotes the Great Awakening on social media.  If elected, Ms. Swaffar will protect life at all stages, and fight for government transparency.

Darlene’s Campaign Website   Darlene’s Twitter

September 15th Primaries (by State)

Delaware

Delaware is stereotypically a left-wing state with occasional upswings of fiscal conservatism.  While it would be a hard battle, we have a sincere possibility of getting an anti-Deep State Senator there if we push as much resources as possible to education material and persuasive ads.  If we can help the voters of Delaware see the dangerous truth of the situation within our government, we will be one step closer to disarming the deep state.

DE Senate: Lauren Witzke (R)

Ms. Witzke is one of two Republicans running in the upcoming primary.  If successful, she will likely go head to head with incumbent, Chris Coons (D).  Ms. Witzke is an open member of WWG1WGA.  If elected, Ms. Witzke will work to cut back on exorbitant foreign aid and refuse corporate lobbyist’s tactics.  Ms. Witzke supports immigration reform, protect life at all stages of development, and preserve the Second Amendment.

Lauren’s Campaign Website   Lauren’s Twitter

Our Dirty Dozen (and growing)

Candidates Who Made Our Worst of the Worst

While there are countless corrupt politicians malingering in the House and Senate, here are a few candidates we wanted to highlight as the worst of the bunch. These candidates have long outstayed their welcome. We will do our best to show the country the damage they are doing.  If you have research on another candidate we should be on the offense against, send the details to [email protected]

The more resources we raise over the course of this election cycle, the more informational campaigns we can start across the country.  Please consider donating what you can to help us in our fight against political corruption across the United States of America.

1. Nancy Pelosi (D): CA-12

  • Term ends: 2021
  • Years in office: 33
  • Primary Date: March 3rd, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: Nasty Nancy’s net worth is $87.9MM

2. Mitt Romney (R): UT

  • Term Ends: 2025
  • Years in Office: 1 (previously Governor of Massachusetts)
  • Primary Date: 2025
  • Not So Fun Fact: He comes from a dynasty of vagrant politicians.

3. Bennie Thompson (D): MS-2

  • Term Ends: 2021
  • Years in Office: 26
  • Primary Date: March 10th, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: Thompson has consistently worked to injure citizens’ First Amendment rights to freedom of speech and expression.

4. Maxine Waters (D): CA-43

  • Term Ends: 2021
  • Years in Office: 29
  • Primary Date: March 3rd, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: A classic pork-barrel career politician who seems to thrive through possible payoffs for friends and relatives by big business players, and likely secures votes with shady deals.

5. Bernie Sanders (D): VT

  • Term Ends: 2025
  • Years in Office: 13 (previously in the House since 1991)
  • Primary Date: 2025
  • Not So Fun Fact: A Socialist who owns million-dollar properties and wants to play God with everyone else’s money.

6. Ilhan Omar (D): MN-5

  • Term ends: 2021
  • Years in office: 1
  • Primary Date: August 11th, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: Hard-core Muslim who wants to ship in more “refugees” from extremist populations.

7Dick Durbin (D): IL

  • Term ends: 2021
  • Years in office: 23
  • Primary Date: March 17th, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: His wife is a lobbyist who likely collaborated with Durbin to secure federal funds for one of her clients.

8. Rashida Tlaib (D): MI-13

  • Term ends: 2021
  • Years in office: 1
  • Primary Date: August 4th, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: Under investigation that she paid herself illegally out of campaign contributions.

9. Susan Collins (R): ME

  • Term ends: 2021
  • Years in office: 23
  • Primary Date: June 9th, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: Has broken her promise of only running for two terms. Is now in her fifth term of her long political career.

10. Cory Booker (D): NJ

  • Term ends: 2021
  • Years in office: 6 (Previously mayor of Newark)
  • Primary Date: June 2nd, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: Has a legacy as a do-nothing politician who cares more about TV appearances than helping to end the cycle of poverty and crime for his constituents.

11. Doug Jones (D): AL

  • Term ends: 2021
  • Years in office: 2 (Previously DA for Alabama)
  • Primary Date: March 3rd, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: A Clinton lackey who leveraged the Roy Moore scandal to worm his way in to the Alabama senate.

12. Mark Warner (D): VA

  • Term ends: 2021
  • Years in office: 11 (Previously Governor of Virginia)
  • Primary Date: June 9th, 2020
  • Not So Fun Fact: Top Democrat in Senate Intelligence Committee who collaborated with Russian lobbyists to try and get dirt on President Trump.

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