“Oh No! Another Black Woman Conservative Republican Running For Office.” ||by Conservativecampaign.org |COURTESY: MGySgt Lawrence E. McCartney, USMC (Ret)


Conservative Campaign Committee Katrina Pearson

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We have an excellent opportunity to add another strong conservative voice to Congress – Conservative Republican Katrina Pierson.

 

 Katrina Pierson is running in the 32nd Congressional District in Texas to defeat incumbent Congressman Pete Sessions.

Katrina Pierson served on the steering committee of the Dallas Tea Party for 5 years, is founder of the Garland Tea Party, and was a member of the Tea Party Caucus Advisory Committee. She has been fighting in the trenches for conservative causes for years!

 

 What is perhaps most inspiring about Katrina Pierson’s life story is the passion and determination she has shown in making her life a success story. You see, Katrina grew up on welfare to a teenage mother. Instead of falling into a life of government-dependency, Katrina was determined to make something of her life and applied hard work and determination to pursue the American Dream.

 

 Pierson has been an advocate for conservative policies and challenged the establishment of both the Republican and Democrat parties. You’ve no doubt seen her on Fox News Channel fighting for the conservative movement.

 

 That’s why Katrina Pierson has been endorsed by the Tea Party Express, FreedomWorks, the American Gun Rights organization, the conservative SHE-PAC organiazation, Michelle Malkin, Rafael Cruz (Ted Cruz’s father), Joe The Plumber and now by our organization, the Conservative Campaign Committee.

 

 Ted Cruz has heaped praise on Pierson, calling her: “An utterly fearless principled conservative” and Cruz praised Pierson with good reason. You see, Katrina Pierson was one of the leading campaigners for Ted Cruz, helping him to get elected to the U.S. Senate.

 

 It’s not just that Katrina Pierson is so great, but her opponent – incumbent Congressman Pete Sessions – needs to be ousted from Congress. Sessions bad-mouthed the effort to defund and repeal ObamaCare, with Sessions saying “we do not want to stop it.”

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Amy Kremer, Rare Contributor


Katrina Pierson and her story are what the Republican Party desperately needs.


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Katrina Pierson & Her Son

Have you heard of Katrina Pierson? Probably not.

We hear a lot about the problems the Republican Party has attracting voters outside its traditional base, perceived as overwhelmingly male, older, married and white.

GOP-affiliated talking heads lament the fact that women, young people, singles and minorities won’t give the Republican Party a second look. Party operatives spend millions on post-mortems and autopsies analyzing the intractable puzzle of the GOP’s lack of acceptance within these circles.

We are told that Republicans might never win national elections again because they alienate minorities and don’t know how to reach or effectively communicate their message to a diverse set of voters.

The establishment thinks watering down conservatives’ message and becoming more moderate will grow the party. Party elites discourage or condemn the type of dynamic candidates most conservatives are looking for.

But the “experienced” consultant’s model of a viable candidate hasn’t been updated in 20 years.

Read More Here: http://rare.us/story/katrina-pierson-and-her-story-are-what-the-republican-party-desperately-needs/

Have you heard of Katrina Pierson? Probably not.

We hear a lot about the problems the Republican Party has attracting voters outside its traditional base, perceived as overwhelmingly male, older, married and white.

GOP-affiliated talking heads lament the fact that women, young people, singles and minorities won’t give the Republican Party a second look. Party operatives spend millions on post-mortems and autopsies analyzing the intractable puzzle of the GOP’s lack of acceptance within these circles.

We are told that Republicans might never win national elections again because they alienate minorities and don’t know how to reach or effectively communicate their message to a diverse set of voters.

The establishment thinks watering down conservatives’ message and becoming more moderate will grow the party. Party elites discourage or condemn the type of dynamic candidates most conservatives are looking for.

But the “experienced” consultant’s model of a viable candidate hasn’t been updated in 20 years.

– See more at: http://rare.us/story/katrina-pierson-and-her-story-are-what-the-republican-party-desperately-needs/#sthash.gNmZlkfE.dpuf

Katrina Pierson and her story are what the Republican Party desperately needs – See more at: http://rare.us/story/katrina-pierson-and-her-story-are-what-the-republican-party-desperately-needs/#sthash.gNmZlkfE.dpuf
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