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TheTyke
11-03-2015, 07:38 PM
Matt Bevin wins Kentucky! It's been all down-hill for Conway's career since he tangled with Rand. Is this the last we see of him? :D I've been waiting a long time for this... most satisfying.

Updated with a relevant article:


Media STUNNED: Kentucky Dems On The Ropes As Rand Paul Foe Falls In Shocking Upset
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Persistent media reports of 2016 GOP Presidential hopeful Rand Paul facing trouble back home in Kentucky have turned out to be completely off base as election returns in Kentucky have Dems wondering, what went wrong?

Tea Party fave Matt Bevin captured the Governor’s mansion from Dem control, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes-known for her Senate race against Mitch McConnell-nearly lost, and that wasn’t all.

Democrat State Auditor Adam Edelen is out of a job despite outspending his Republican opponent Mike Harmon nearly $1 million to $40,000.

Harmon, a State Representative, won with about 51% of the vote with almost all precincts in.

Edelen was considering running against Senator Rand Paul for his Senate seat in 2016, but reports say that is now unlikely.

Paul put out robocalls and emails targeting Edelen to help Harmon’s campaign.

The victory at home comes as Paul’s campaign is picking up momentum nationwide after his speech railing against the Obama/Boehner debt ceiling deal went “viral.”

Source: http://conservativeintel.com/2015/11/04/media-stunned-kentucky-dems-on-the-ropes-as-rand-paul-foe-falls-in-shocking-upset/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=SocialWarfare

Virgil
11-03-2015, 07:48 PM
Awesome!!

Feelgood
11-03-2015, 07:52 PM
How exactly is this Rand Paul's revenge? What exactly did Rand Paul have to do with this?

LatinsforPaul
11-03-2015, 07:59 PM
Hilarious, Must see the Maddow clip, Rand's "nemesis" lost tonight too...

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TheTyke
11-03-2015, 08:05 PM
How exactly is this Rand Paul's revenge? What exactly did Rand Paul have to do with this?

Since Rand was elected and the liberty movement started ascending in KY, the GOP has been growing by leaps and bounds - and continues to nominate decent people once in a while now. The 4th District (Massie's) became the first district in Kentucky's history to have Republican registration surpass Democrat. Rand also did a lot of work in Kentucky to support Bevin and the whole Republican ticket. There have only been 2 Republicans elected as governor in Kentucky since 1968. Make no mistake, Rand and the liberty movement set the stage for an upset victory like this.

I could go on and on. But I'm just enjoying the moment (and alas, made a typo in the title.) Most of all though, after the despicable campaign the Maddow/Conway ticket ran against Rand... I like to think Rand struck Conway a blow from which he never recovered, all those years ago.

Mr.NoSmile
11-03-2015, 08:06 PM
How exactly is this Rand Paul's revenge? What exactly did Rand Paul have to do with this?

Nothing, but hey, let the guy have his thinking that this was all Paul.

francisco
11-03-2015, 08:13 PM
Republican Bevin wins Kentucky governor race


Republican Matt Bevin, a businessman and Tea Party favorite, beat Democrat Jack Conway on Tuesday to win the race for Kentucky governor -- becoming only the second GOP governor in the state in four decades.

The off-year election, one of many state and local contests held Tuesday ‎across the country, was seen by some as a test for outsider candidates at a time when several such candidates are seeking the GOP presidential nomination. Bevin, who has run as an outsider ever since he unsuccessfully challenged Sen. Mitch McConnell last year, was declared the winner over state Attorney General Conway in the gubernatorial race shortly after polls closed Tuesday evening...

...The results Tuesday were also a potentially troubling sign for Democrats ahead of next year's presidential election.


http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/11/03/republican-matt-bevin-elected-governor-kentucky-2nd-republican-governor-in-4/

Jeremy
11-03-2015, 08:16 PM
Randslide!

eleganz
11-03-2015, 08:16 PM
To all the R-tards thinking Rand will fail his senate seat because he is currently low in the polls. There was a member specifically making this statement but I already forgot who it was.

GTFO

If Matt Bevin can win by this much, Rand will devastate his re-election opponent (if he even needs to get to that point).


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francisco
11-03-2015, 08:25 PM
OOOhh... Is it possible that this is really good for the Rand for President campaign???



Looking for information from those on the ground in KY who have the facts:


If the office of a U.S. Senator from KY becomes vacant (as if, were Rand to resign the position due to being elected both Senator and U.S. President), how is the office filled, even if temporarily until a subsequent election?

IF the (newly-elected, Republican) Governor makes an appointment, then a concern about Rand's Presidential race is now eliminated. In that case, if Rand were to be elected President, it no longer means that a Republican Senate seat would possibly be lost. How does a U.S. Senator from Kentucky named Massie, along with a President Rand Paul, sound?...

kbs021
11-03-2015, 08:29 PM
Will be making a detailed post about the polling leading to this victory. This should be a BIG message to everyone that is upset about the recent polling.. Recent polling had conway winning or the race in a dead heat.. Not even close. Polling cannot detail enthusiasm especially in places like Iowa, NV, and other caucus states. By the way... The students for Rand in Kentucky helped Bevin from what I am seeing and it seems they have come up big once again.

CPUd
11-03-2015, 08:37 PM
There are also plans for the state GOP to take the legislature next year, this goes a long way toward making that happen.

TheTyke
11-03-2015, 08:37 PM
Also, incumbent State Auditor Adam Edelen was the Democrats great (however foolish) hope of running for senate against Rand - and he lost in a huge upset to Mike Harmon (who some may remember as Phil Moffett's running mate from 2011.)

PCKY
11-03-2015, 08:59 PM
To all the R-tards thinking Rand will fail his senate seat because he is currently low in the polls. There was a member specifically making this statement but I already forgot who it was.

GTFO

If Matt Bevin can win by this much, Rand will devastate his re-election opponent (if he even needs to get to that point).
But wait, there's more! The only name even slightly whispered by the Dems to run against Rand lost by a YUGE margin.
The Speaker of the Ky House could only fall back on Jesus not riding an elephant (so pathetic). Out of 120 counties, only 15 remained blue by the end of the night.
It's a new day!

TaftFan
11-03-2015, 09:00 PM
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PCKY
11-03-2015, 09:05 PM
OOOhh... Is it possible that this is really good for the Rand for President campaign???



Looking for information from those on the ground in KY who have the facts:


If the office of a U.S. Senator from KY becomes vacant (as if, were Rand to resign the position due to being elected both Senator and U.S. President), how is the office filled, even if temporarily until a subsequent election?

IF the (newly-elected, Republican) Governor makes an appointment, then a concern about Rand's Presidential race is now eliminated. In that case, if Rand were to be elected President, it no longer means that a Republican Senate seat would possibly be lost. How does a U.S. Senator from Kentucky named Massie, along with a President Rand Paul, sound?...
Like music to my ears...I could only give up my congressman if he were going to be Senator.

PCKY
11-03-2015, 09:09 PM
Will be making a detailed post about the polling leading to this victory. This should be a BIG message to everyone that is upset about the recent polling.. Recent polling had conway winning or the race in a dead heat.. Not even close. Polling cannot detail enthusiasm especially in places like Iowa, NV, and other caucus states. By the way... The students for Rand in Kentucky helped Bevin from what I am seeing and it seems they have come up big once again.
Factor in a very low turnout. Around 25%. Very nice weather across the state. Looking at county breakdowns in a lot of counties that were blue it was very blue. Counties that were red were very red. So the GOP came out to vote it looks like.

r3volution 3.0
11-03-2015, 09:13 PM
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FSP-Rebel
11-03-2015, 09:36 PM
This is great but where is the federalist's take on this? Oops, I meant the anti-.:D

PCKY
11-03-2015, 09:50 PM
To all the R-tards thinking Rand will fail his senate seat because he is currently low in the polls. There was a member specifically making this statement but I already forgot who it was.

GTFO

If Matt Bevin can win by this much, Rand will devastate his re-election opponent (if he even needs to get to that point).


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The Dems carried 15 out of 120 counties. Reeling is a good way to put it. In his address to the Dems in Frankfort Stumbo hinted that Jesus was a Democrat...something about how he didn't arrive on an elephant. Sad.

radiofriendly
11-03-2015, 09:57 PM
Very good news. It's amazing to think there are folks here who don't remember Aqua Buddha! Let alone Toady!
Well done KY friends!

eleganz
11-03-2015, 09:58 PM
Why does Maddow even bother injecting herself into state politics like this? She is that butthurt by Rand?



Hilarious, Must see the Maddow clip, Rand's "nemesis" lost tonight too...

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PCKY
11-03-2015, 10:26 PM
Why does Maddow even bother injecting herself into state politics like this? She is that butthurt by Rand?
It looks like the DNC had high hopes for this guy....maybe they'll bring back Ashley Judd!

invisible
11-03-2015, 10:56 PM
Very good news. It's amazing to think there are folks here who don't remember Aqua Buddha! Let alone Toady!
Well done KY friends!

Both classics, for sure. What I'll always remember as equally classic is Rand calling out the conman in one of the last debates (might have been the very last one), by pointing at him and saying something to the effect of "Make no mistake! A vote for this man is a vote for obomba's big-goverment agenda! If he's elected, he'll vote just like harry reid tells him to!" I'm still laughing at that one, to this day. It's just SO sweet to see the conman defeated again!

There's members here who don't remember the secret billionaire thread or the blimp, either. But even still, even if they don't remember any of those things we mentioned, some of those members have turned out to be really great, and I'm glad they're here. Hopefully this election cycle brings us more high-quality members who are worthwhile. And hopefully it will also mean the return of other high-quality members who haven't been around for some years now. (I'm surprised that Rand running hasn't brought SA back)

angelatc
11-03-2015, 11:57 PM
Both classics, for sure. What I'll always remember as equally classic is Rand calling out the conman in one of the last debates (might have been the very last one), by pointing at him and saying something to the effect of "Make no mistake! A vote for this man is a vote for obomba's big-goverment agenda! If he's elected, he'll vote just like harry reid tells him to!" I'm still laughing at that one, to this day. It's just SO sweet to see the conman defeated again!

There's members here who don't remember the secret billionaire thread or the blimp, either. But even still, even if they don't remember any of those things we mentioned, some of those members have turned out to be really great, and I'm glad they're here. Hopefully this election cycle brings us more high-quality members who are worthwhile. And hopefully it will also mean the return of other high-quality members who haven't been around for some years now. (I'm surprised that Rand running hasn't brought SA back)

Pancakes!

Matt Collins
11-04-2015, 12:07 AM
Of course it would have been nice if the KYGOP had picked up more legislative seats last year to help secure a majority.

Feelgood
11-04-2015, 02:17 AM
Well if this gets Rand any kind of positive press and maybe shows the media his Senate seat is probably safe, Im all for it. :)

Anything to poke a finger in the eye of Democrats!

lakerssuck92
11-04-2015, 02:43 AM
Why does Maddow even bother injecting herself into state politics like this? She is that butthurt by Rand?

Yes, and it feels good to see Adam Edelen go down today even though he was supposedly the greatest thing since sliced bread and was definitely going to beat Rand :D

65fastback2+2
11-04-2015, 06:45 AM
Nothing, but hey, let the guy have his thinking that this was all Paul.

First, no one said it was "all paul"

Second, Paul is the Kentucky Senator that is making NATIONAL moves. This obviously covers and helps any local races.

Third, this shows the movement that elected Paul is not dead like many wanted to speculate.

Fourth, Rand did some local campaigning on his behalf.

RonPaulMall
11-04-2015, 07:48 AM
Third, this shows the movement that elected Paul is not dead like many wanted to speculate.


I don't think anyone thinks the "movement" is dead. I've gone on record saying that no year in history is as favorable to liberty candidates as the current one and that if Rand had been running a Bevin-Rand Paul circa 2010 style campaign he'd be dominating right now. The criticism of Rand is not that the movement is dead, but that Rand is badly out of step with the movement.

Badger Paul
11-04-2015, 08:02 AM
These wins help a lot Rand because there will be less pressure on him to "mend fences back home" or "worry about his Senate seat" from McConnell or the NRSC brass.

SilentBull
11-04-2015, 08:38 AM
How exactly is this Rand Paul's revenge? What exactly did Rand Paul have to do with this?

All credit should go to Aqua Buddah. Conway took his name in vain and pissed him off.

Matt Collins
11-04-2015, 09:13 AM
All credit should go to Aqua Buddah. Conway took his name in vain and pissed him off.
lol thread winner

devil21
11-04-2015, 03:19 PM
Very nice boost of momentum before tomorrow's money bomb.



All credit should go to Aqua Buddah. Conway took his name in vain and pissed him off.

Allahu Aquabuddha (pbuh)

eleganz
11-04-2015, 03:51 PM
Republican Governors Association releases MEMO on KY (and MS) race taking credit for Bevin's win even though they pulled ads once they saw he was trailing in the polls.

http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=3302177a320983d559c9bfb6a&id=b092f71d1c&e=97d7a9e8fb


MEMO
From: Paul Bennecke, RGA Executive Director
To: Interested Parties
RE: Gubernatorial Election Results in Kentucky and Mississippi
Date: 11/4/2015


Kentucky
With Governor-Elect Matt Bevin’s 9-point victory in Kentucky, the Republican Governors Association solidified its reputation once again as an impactful political committee that makes smart investments and gets results. In a critical, timely and strategic move, the RGA went up on television early in the general election, continued during all of July, August, September, and the last 2 weeks, when it mattered most.

The Kentucky governorship is a seat Democrats owned and were expected to win. Republicans have only won the governorship twice since World War II, while Democrats have held the of*fice for 40 of the past 44 years. Democrats also control the state House of Representatives and until last night, held every statewide constitutional office but one.

After clearing the field and soundly winning the Democratic gubernatorial primary, Jack Conway held a huge financial advantage over Matt Bevin. Bevin won the Republican gubernatorial primary by just 83 votes and started the general election with practically no resources. The RGA’s early investment 12 hours after Conway debuted his first TV ad kept Bevin in the game and gave him enough cover to stay close while his campaigned rebooted.

Democrats quickly celebrated Bevin’s primary win, believing he would not be a serious threat, and that Conway would easily coast to the governor’s office. As the Cook Political Report noted, Conway had “ample time to prepare for the general election and hit the ground running the day after the primary” and Bevin’s primary victory was “ultimately beneficial to Democrats.”

Conway was able to run on the coattails of a moderately popular incumbent governor who easily won by double-digits in 2007 and 2011. Conway also enjoyed a Democratic voter registration advantage and held a 3-1 cash advantage over Bevin heading into the final two weeks of the general election.

Despite these large advantages, the Democratic Governors Association, Kentucky Democrats and Labor Unions still had to spend millions in a race they were expected to win. These were resources that the DGA and Labor Unions no doubt originally intended to be spent on defending the five open Democratic gubernatorial seats in 2016.

Make no mistake, Matt Bevin worked tirelessly and provided a clear contrast to Jack Conway. The RGA was proud to be a key investor in Governor-Elect Matt Bevin’s victory, spending $6 million on television advertisements, digital and direct mail. This includes $2.5 million spent by the RGA during the election’s final two weeks, which gave Republicans an advertising advantage for the first time in the general election. The RGA ran 10 television ads detailing Jack Conway’s long record of support for President Obama’s failed liberal policies and why Bevin offered a fresh start for the Commonwealth. This included 44,000 broadcast points across eight markets, five mail pieces in the last 10 days, 14 million online impressions, and tens of thousands of ads on satellite and cable.

Mississippi
In Mississippi, Governor Phil Bryant was overwhelmingly re-elected with 66 percent of the vote. This was a testament to his leadership and the results he delivered in his first term, including job growth and education reform. Governor Bryant was in such a strong position for re-election, Democrats were unable to offer anyone who could present a valid reason why Governor Bryant should not be re-elected. Their eventual nominee was a truck driver who had no political operation, no campaign website and forgot to vote for himself in the gubernatorial primary.

Democratic Fortunes In 2016 Gubernatorial Races Are Only Getting Worse
The DGA has repeatedly failed numerous times to recruit credible Democratic candidates for their 2016 gubernatorial elections. After DGA leadership spent months promoting their potential candidacies, West Virginia’s Joe Manchin, Missouri’s Claire McCaskill and North Dakota’s Heidi Heitkamp all passed on running for governor in their respective states.

After being unable to accomplish any meaningful reform in her four years in office, Democratic Governor Maggie Hassan decided to spurn the DGA, forgoing a re-election bid and opted instead to pursue a seat in the U.S. Senate. The DGA Chairman Emeritus Peter Shumlin also passed on running for re-election in Vermont after his popularity nose-dived and it was evident the state no longer saw him as a viable leader. Even the incoming Chair of the DGA, Dannel Malloy of Connecticut, has the lowest approval rating of any governor in the country at a dismal 32 percent.

With Democrats defending five of the six open seat gubernatorial contests in 2016, the chances of increasing their small minority of now 17 governors remains slim. As political analyst Larry Sabato recently noted in POLITICO, “it’s more likely than not Republicans begin 2017 with more governorships than they hold now.”


Paid for and authorized by the Republican Governors Association

RGA Press Office: 202-662-4140
Jon Thompson: jthompson@rga.org

PCKY
11-04-2015, 05:24 PM
Republican Governors Association releases MEMO on KY (and MS) race taking credit for Bevin's win even though they pulled ads once they saw he was trailing in the polls.

http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=3302177a320983d559c9bfb6a&id=b092f71d1c&e=97d7a9e8fb
Uh...didn't they back away from Bevin around mid-October?
It was all over the news ....

PCKY
11-04-2015, 05:25 PM
This is just gooood stuff...
http://thefederalist.com/2015/11/04/watch-the-top-democrat-in-kentuckys-epic-meltdown-after-matt-bevins-win/

CPUd
11-04-2015, 05:48 PM
This is just gooood stuff...
http://thefederalist.com/2015/11/04/watch-the-top-democrat-in-kentuckys-epic-meltdown-after-matt-bevins-win/

LOL WTF This deserves its own embed:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbxzUfhRHJo

PCKY
11-04-2015, 06:12 PM
LOL WTF This deserves its own embed:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbxzUfhRHJo
WTF is what all of KY is saying. Stumbo is an ass under normal circumstances...

eleganz
11-04-2015, 06:35 PM
“Rising Democratic star” State Auditor, Adam Edelen, was ousted by Republican state Rep. Mike Harmon, despite raising nearly $900,000 to Harmon’s $37,000.

LMAO Rachel Maddow's anti-Rand got his ass whooped. She predicted Edelen would be Rand's worst nightmare and that Rand was going to drop out before KYGOP chose whether to caucus for Rand or not.

This is all just one big joke that came full circle.

devil21
11-04-2015, 06:49 PM
This is just gooood stuff...
http://thefederalist.com/2015/11/04/watch-the-top-democrat-in-kentuckys-epic-meltdown-after-matt-bevins-win/

A related article that everyone must remember every time these fake, rigged polls come out.

Matt Bevin's Win in Kentucky Shows We Are Addicted To Bad Polling
http://thefederalist.com/2015/11/04/matt-bevins-win-in-kentucky-shows-we-are-addicted-to-bad-polling/


USA Today ran a story a few days ago summing up the latest polling in the Kentucky gubernatorial contest:

Bluegrass Poll: Conway maintains lead over Bevin

Democratic candidate Jack Conway was up by five points and Republican candidate Matt Bevin had some huge weaknesses when it came to questions voters had about him. The poll — sponsored by WHAS11, The Courier-Journal, The Lexington Herald Leader, and WKYT — had a margin of error of 3.5 points, and found that Conway got 45% of voters, while Bevin trailed with 40%.
.............
So while the percentage supporting Conway turned out to be about right, the percentage supporting Bevin was off by 13 percentage points.

more at link

The purpose of these polls is to create opinion, not report it! Don't you want to be on the winning team? Go vote for the winner (that we tell you)!

PCKY
11-04-2015, 08:00 PM
A related article that everyone must remember every time these fake, rigged polls come out.

Matt Bevin's Win in Kentucky Shows We Are Addicted To Bad Polling
http://thefederalist.com/2015/11/04/matt-bevins-win-in-kentucky-shows-we-are-addicted-to-bad-polling/



The purpose of these polls is to create opinion, not report it! Don't you want to be on the winning team? Go vote for the winner (that we tell you)!
Every one of those poll sponsors is a liberal media outlet and they did the same thing with McConnell & Grimes.

devil21
11-04-2015, 08:52 PM
Every one of those poll sponsors is a liberal media outlet and they did the same thing with McConnell & Grimes.

They're ALL liberal media outlets because they're all controlled by NWO types. There are no more non-liberal/non-NWO mass media outlets. That's the whole point of why polls should be ignored. A couple years ago my local Fox station (which always presented a more conservative broadcast) converted into some other type of station that pushed liberal newscasts. A new Fox station was created soon after. That Fox station is still on air and also pushes liberal newscasts. There are no more conservative viewpoints in mass media.

invisible
11-04-2015, 09:35 PM
A related article that everyone must remember every time these fake, rigged polls come out.

Matt Bevin's Win in Kentucky Shows We Are Addicted To Bad Polling
http://thefederalist.com/2015/11/04/matt-bevins-win-in-kentucky-shows-we-are-addicted-to-bad-polling/



The purpose of these polls is to create opinion, not report it! Don't you want to be on the winning team? Go vote for the winner (that we tell you)!


USA Today ran a story a few days ago summing up the latest polling in the Kentucky gubernatorial contest:

Bluegrass Poll: Conway maintains lead over Bevin

Democratic candidate Jack Conway was up by five points and Republican candidate Matt Bevin had some huge weaknesses when it came to questions voters had about him. The poll sponsored by WHAS11, The Courier-Journal, The Lexington Herald Leader, and WKYT had a margin of error of 3.5 points, and found that Conway got 45% of voters, while Bevin trailed with 40%.
.............
So while the percentage supporting Conway turned out to be about right, the percentage supporting Bevin was off by 13 percentage points.

more at link

And that's the problem, right there. The c-j has been openly shilling for the conman since at least 2009. This post is spot-on.

Michael Landon
11-05-2015, 12:14 PM
lol thread winner

Hi Matt,

It looks like Rand will be having an event in Duluth on Monday, November 9th at the University of Minnesota Duluth. Do you know who I would need to talk to about getting him to do an interview with the local conservative talk show that morning? The program is Sound Off! With Brad Bennett and it airs from 8am (CT) to 11am (CT). The programming director is Kenny Kalligher and the number to the station is 218-722-7500. The station covers the northern half of Minnesota, parts of eastern North Dakota, and the northern part of Wisconsin. I think it would be a great chance to advertise his event and get people to hear his message.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1045842392114870/

Talk to you later.
- ML

Matt Collins
11-05-2015, 01:08 PM
Hi Matt,

It looks like Rand will be having an event in Duluth on Monday, November 9th at the University of Minnesota Duluth. Do you know who I would need to talk to about getting him to do an interview with the local conservative talk show that morning? The program is Sound Off! With Brad Bennett and it airs from 8am (CT) to 11am (CT). The programming director is Kenny Kalligher and the number to the station is 218-722-7500. The station covers the northern half of Minnesota, parts of eastern North Dakota, and the northern part of Wisconsin. I think it would be a great chance to advertise his event and get people to hear his message.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1045842392114870/

Talk to you later.
- MLContact his press guy, Sergio Gor.

SilentBull
11-05-2015, 01:34 PM
Allahu Aquabuddha (pbuh)

"Allahu Aqua" for short.

Michael Landon
11-06-2015, 11:56 AM
Contact his press guy, Sergio Gor.

Thanks Matt. It looks like they are recording an interview today which will be aired on the program Monday.

- ML