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SlateCard is Up and Running

Slatecard is Live

Slatecard, the right’s answer to the online fund raising  powerhouse, ActBlue, has reorganized and is now open for business.

Slatecard allows those of the right persuasion to donate to specific candidates running for federal office across the nation. The developers of Slatecard note that support for state and local candidates is in the pipeline:

The Slatecard platform is available for use by candidates running for federal office and we hope to make this service available to state and local candidates where possible in the near future.

As a committeewoman, I am obligated to publicly support the endorsed Republican candidates. I certainly will fulfill my responsibility, yet would like highlight specific candidates that meet my conservative criteria. Slatecard allows me to compile a list of candidates that you, my dear readers, should consider supporting.

Go on and take a look at the candidates I’ve added to my Slatecard.  Any additions or subtractions to this list? Let me know, leave a comment below.

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Tania

3 responses to “SlateCard is Up and Running

  1. Trevor Hilton
    says:

    Raymond Wickson is a Republican running to replace Oklahoma’s lone democrat in the House of Representatives, Dan Boren.

    Dan Boren is a “Blue Dog”, yet, he voted for Obummer, voted to confirm Sotomoyer and Kagan to the Sumpreme Court, and many other democrat causes. Oklahoma’s 2nd District is considered “Safe Democrat”. Yet, this year seems to be a good year for Conservatives, soooooo……

  2. admin
    says:

    Okay, I’ll take a look at Raymond Wickerson.

  3. Joel Farber
    says:

    Tania I have sat next to you at our ward meetings and I think you know that if a GOP candidate is an idiot I will speak my mind and while I will hand our what I am given at the polls I will not push someone who does not represent the values and standards that we need in our leaders.
    Here is an example I made it clear that if Mccain won the primary I would support him for President but I would NOT campaign for him if the primary mattered in PA I was told I would have to push who I the local GOP endorsed I made it clear that I would quit before I would go against what I know to be right

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