So you’re a conservative and you’re not that inspired by John McCain’s record or the way he has run this campaign? Sarah Palin isn’t enough motivation for you? Well, this snippet from Howard Kurtz’s Washington Post column may just give you all the extra incentive you need to get out and vote for McCain-Palin (and the whole Republican team, of course):
“If the mainstream media are wrong about Obama and the voters pull a Truman, that is going to be the end of whatever shred of credibility they have left,” says Tobe Berkovitz, associate dean of Boston University’s College of Communication.
Stamping out the last shred of media establishment credibility? That sounds pretty appealing to me.
AN URGENT MESSAGE TO ALL COLORADO REPUBLICAN VOTERS
From the Colorado Coalition of Conservative Bloggers
As you know, Colorado has been labeled a “swing”state in this year’s elections, and will be one of the states that will determine the direction of our nation for the next four or eight years. Historically, the voters in Colorado elected Republican candidates, largely because of the higher numbers of registered Republican voters. This Republican majority no longer exists. Today, “independent” or “unaffiliated” are more numerous than Republicans, and that is one of the primary reasons why Republicans were so unsuccessful in the 2006 elections. This year could be worse, but it is entirely up to you. We are urging each and every Republican voter in Colorado to exercise his or her right to vote to send Republican candidates to Washington and Denver to restore responsible government at both the federal and state levels.
Remember, it is up to each and every one of us. Together we can do it. For the good of Colorado, and for the good of America, we must stop the leftward trend that has come to monopolize our governments. But we cannot do it if we sit back on November 4 and fail to let our voices be heard. EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE!
- Printable Mail-in Ballot Application
- Verify Your Voter Registration
- Contact Your County Clerk & Recorder’s Office
Not sure how to vote on state ballot issues? Check out my 2008 Colorado ballot guide.