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    Sarah Palin: CHRIS McDANIEL FOR U.S. SENATE FROM MISSISSIPPI




    Sarah Palin

    CHRIS McDANIEL FOR U.S. SENATE FROM MISSISSIPPI

    Chris McDaniel has a proven record of fighting for conservative principles in the Mississippi State Senate. He has been a champion of limited government, free enterprise, civic participation, reduced tax rates, a strong national defense, and a return to the original checks and balances of the Constitution. Heís a proven fighter for the rights of We the People. For example, heís taken on special interests in defense of our private property rights against the abuse of eminent domain, and heís introduced legislation to protect our 2nd Amendment rights against federal government overreach.

    The Mississippi Senate race is a clear fight for the future of the Republican Party against the entrenched interests of the permanent political class in D.C. We desperately need new conservative leaders in the U.S. Senate who will serve with passion, intelligence, and integrity. Chris McDaniel is just such a leader. He is in this race not for career, but for conservative change.

    To learn more about Chris McDaniel and support his campaign, please visit his website atwww.mcdaniel2014.com

    - Sarah Palin

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    Mississippi Senate: Cochran (R) 48%, Childers (D) 31%

    Both Republican contenders have a solid lead over former Democratic Congressman Travis Childers in Rasmussen Reports' first look at the U.S. Senate race in Mississippi. Read More
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