Skip to comments.This Weekend We Could Begin the Rescue of America (or Donít Let Newt Down.)
Posted on 04/20/2012 7:19:57 PM PDT by true believer forever
We have around 15,000 calls that need to be made to Delaware before Tuesday's primary. If we can get Champions for Newt who will make as many calls as they can between Friday and Monday, or Tuesday, we can do it!
As much as the political and media establishment would like to declare this race over and coronate Mitt Romney as our inevitable nominee, it just isnt the case.
This campaign has had its up and downs, and weve seen the momentum shift on a dime. And within the next week, we believe we have a real opportunity to upset the conventional wisdom.
Weve had great crowds with lots of enthusiasm, and a number of key elected officials have endorsed our campaign in recent days. We truly believe that we have a real opportunity to win there, but we need your help.
This campaign couldnt have survived through the various ups and downs without the passionate support of people like you. And now its time to put that passion to work again.
We just launched a new phone from home system at phone.newt.org and theres plenty of households in Delaware that could use a call from you.
Were trying to make as many calls as we can into Delaware over the next few days to identify Newt supporters, to persuade undecided voters, and turn them out to the polls on Tuesday.
Our new system is very easy to use and your help over the next few days is absolutely vital.
So please take a moment today to visit phone.newt.org and make as many phone calls as you can.
With your help, we can turn the conventional wisdom on its head, and force the political and media establishment to acknowledge that this race is not over.
Please! Whatever you have planned for the weekend, make time to make some calls for Newt. Freepers are passionate, articulate and persuasive - a call from a Freeper is worth 3 from a normal person!
A Delaware win won't get us home, but it will take us to the next level... and then the next and the next and the next...
I am hoping that Romney supporters believe all the media hype that the race is over and don’t bother to show up to vote :)
Lots of interesting posts, including this one:
The following is an excerpt from Vince Haley (Newt's campaign manager) fundraising email sent out today. Sure doesn't sound like Newt's getting ready to cancel NC.
"Moreover, here is something not widely known -- the polls for the last two weeks have been showing that Newt, even as the media was coronating Romney, has been holding a remarkable residual strength in North Carolina. What does that mean?
It means Republican voters in North Carolina are in the mood to cause an upheaval -- to tell the national news media that primary voters and not a lot of elitist liberals will pick our party's nominee."
I think it also could mean the Romney campaign is up to their usual dirty tricks in NC. They keep thinking they've killed Newt, but Newt just doesn't agree. I'll stand with Newt until Newt stands down. Post #11
That's an interesting take, never thought of it before... why should rombots bother to vote since Willard has it all sewn up?
We need a freak snow storm in Delaware, just the kind of weather Newtsters like...
GOT PHONE? Please makes calls for Newt into DE this weekend:
Does anyone know which delegates are for Newt on the Pennsylvania ballots? Our vote for president means nothing here, only the delegates we pick. And they are NOT marked on the ballot as to which candidate they’re supporting.
For instance, these are the delegates in Chester County and we have to pick 3:
JONATHAN HENRY SPADT
RYAN A COSTELLO
PHILIP G DUFFY
EDMUND W BENDER
JANICE K KEARNEY
Just noticed Newt seems to have TOP BILLING on the Pennsylvania ballots. Cool! And it looks like these are the delegates I need to pick from in my district.
Delegate to Republican National Convention District 13
(Vote For Not More Than Three)
William E. Donnelly
Michael J. McMonagle
Thomas Jay Ellis
Michael Anthony Salvi
Edward T. Boyd
Robert C. Barrilli
Steven J. Gilber
Alternate Delegate to Republican National Convention
(Vote For Not More Than Three)
Steven C. Boc
Leonard M. Amodei
Looks like republicans generally do not want an actual conservative..
Which means republicans generally are not much different than democrats..
O.K. a little different, but only marginally..
Choosing the inventor of Romney-care to run against the inventor of Obama-care may not be the wisest choice..
Romney was also good friends with Ted Kennedy... and Barney Fwank..
For instance, these are the delegates in Chester County and we have to pick 3... <.i>
This is pretty much how it goes in PA, according to the article:
All Republican delegates run in congressional districts uncommitted to any candidate even if they publicly or privately support someone.
They are not bound to vote for any particular presidential candidate at the Republican National Convention, says Mark Wolosik, Allegheny County elections director.
While Democratic voters see the name of the presidential candidate backed by a particular delegate, the same is not true for Republicans.
Each party has its own rules in terms of selecting their delegates, adds Wolosik.
While Republican voters will not be able to tell from the ballot which delegate candidate supports which candidate for president, the best that a Republican voter can do is call those campaigns or those delegate candidates to find out now which one supports which presidential candidate.
The article also says you could contact the delegates directly... Newt says he has a full slate of delegates pledged...
If you can't find out from PA sources, let me know...
The RNC is so biased... this is pathetic compared to how the dems give out their ballot info..
“It means Republican voters in North Carolina are in the mood to cause an upheaval — to tell the national news media that primary voters and not a lot of elitist liberals will pick our party’s nominee.”
I certainly am. Romney is the candidate of gun control, gay marriage, and Romneycare, all things which should be absolutely unacceptable to anyone who remotely resembles a conservative. I feel it is my duty to vote for Newt on May 8, and by doing so, take a dump in the swimming pool of the country-club GOP-e.