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Government can work again, but only when Americans support and vote for individuals who will follow the principles of consensus-building. Olympia's List is proud to announce its support of the candidates listed below during the 2014 election cycle.

Olympia's List announces candidate support on a rolling basis throughout the cycle. Additional support may be announced through the November 4th general election.  

 

Alexander   Lamar Alexander
(U.S. Senate Candidate - Tennessee)

Election Cycle Status:
Running in the August 7th Primary Election

http://www.lamaralexander.com
https://www.facebook.com/lamaralexander
     
Capito   Shelly Moore Capito
(U.S. Senate Candidate - West Virginia)

Election Cycle Status:
Won the Republican Nomination in the May 13th Primary

http://www.capitoforsenate.com
https://www.facebook.com/ShelleyMooreCapitoForWestVirginia
     
Cochran   Thad Cochran
(U.S. Senate Candidate - Mississippi)

Election Cycle Status:
Won the Republican Nomination in the June 24th Primary Runoff

http://thadformississippi.com
https://www.facebook.com/thadforms
     
Collins   Susan Collins
(U.S. Senate Candidate - Maine)

Election Cycle Status:
Won the Republican Nomination in the June 10th Primary

http://www.susancollins.com
https://www.facebook.com/collins4senator
     
Graham   Lindsey Graham
(U.S. Senate Candidate - South Carolina)

Election Cycle Status:
Won the Republican Nomination in the June 10th Primary

http://www.lindseygraham.com
https://www.facebook.com/LindseyGrahamSC
     
Wehby   Monica Wehby
(U.S. Senate Candidate - Oregon)

Election Cycle Status:
Won the Republican Nomination in the May 20th Primary

http://www.monicafororegon.com
https://www.facebook.com/monicafororegon
     
 
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Posted: July 30, 2014


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We Can’t Afford to Have 15 Percent of Voters Determining Our Elections

July 27, 2014

When it comes to defining the choices you will have on this fall’s general election ballot, it’s a disturbingly select club. In fact, so far, nationwide, according to a July 22 Washington Post article by Philip Bump, it’s not even 15% of voters eligible to participate in our country’s primary elections.

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