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    Time Is Short To Register To Vote In Primaries

    While I am passing this info on which has a focus on Nevada and its U.S. Senatorial Second Amendment Candidate (Running Against Dirty Harry Reid (D-NV)) I am Supporting in the Nevada Primaries; this type of information will be similar state to state; the crux of the message is to make darn sure you are registered to vote now and if your state requires you to register for the party you intend to vote for in primary elections; make sure you are in compliance...
    In just about in any state you can pick up a voter registration form from the library and or post office; without having to wait in the usual long lines fill it out and drop it in a post office branch mail box to be as expeditious as possible.





    YOU MUST REGISTER TO VOTE NO LATER THAN THIS FRIDAY, MAY 7TH, 2010

    If you are currently not registered to vote .. or if you are registered as an Independent, Independent American, Libertarian, Democrat or other party affiliation and you want to vote for BILL PARSON FOR U.S. SENATE, you must register as a REPUBLICAN to vote in the Nevada primary on June 8, 2010. Nevada law requires that you must be registered as a party member of the candidate's party you wish to vote for in the primary.
    Residents of Nevada can register to vote at any NV Department of Motor Vehicles office, at their County Clerk/Registrar of Voters' office, various social service agencies and on college campuses.


    EARLY VOTING BEGINS MAY 22, 2010
    If you're going to be out of state or unable to vote on June 8, 2010, you can vote early beginning May 22, 2010. Information about early voting can be found here:


    Remember: You must register as a Republican to vote no later than Friday, May 7 and you can vote early beginning May 22.

    Let's CONSTITUTIONAL-IZE NEVADA and

    VOTE FOR BILL PARSON FOR U.S. SENATE!
    Have a great week, everyone!
    Parson for Senate Campaign Committee








    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Do not care what party you support or do not support but it is going to be my voting guide this year not to vote for ANY incumbent. If he/she is in I will vote for someone else. If I waste my vote then so be it. This is my "second box" effort at stopping the mess. If we vote all out this year then we may not need the "third box" and the tragedies it will cost.
    1st box..soap box or free speech
    2ond ....ballot box or right to vote
    3rd box..ammo box or armed resistance

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    Do not care what party you support or do not support but it is going to be my voting guide this year not to vote for ANY incumbent. If he/she is in I will vote for someone else. If I waste my vote then so be it. This is my "second box" effort at stopping the mess. If we vote all out this year then we may not need the "third box" and the tragedies it will cost.
    1st box..soap box or free speech
    2ond ....ballot box or right to vote
    3rd box..ammo box or armed resistance
    I am against voting out all Incumbents per se...

    I vote and encourage all to vote for the record of the individual; for the U.S. Senate its easy, every stinking Incumbent Democrat & Independent sold us out over & over again...

    10 RINO Republican's joined them at one time or another...

    In the U.S. House of Representatives there is about the same amount of RINO's (10), with nearly 200 Republican's standing with the Constitution and all but 2-3 Democrats opposing the tenets our Constitutional Republic was founded as ...

    You have to do your own due diligence for State & Local politicians...

    We do not need a Ross Perot repeat...

    We need to vote for the best candidates that CAN WIN, if we don't we will be stuck with the likes of Gun Ban Obama & Company for the next 6-8 years...

    Know the record of who you are voting for and against...

    I am voting against Dirty Harry Reid (D-NV) for Nevada U.S. Senate Seat, because for starters he has voted for every stinking gun banning, uber-left wing nut job, Obama has put in front of the U.S. Senate for Confirmation; and he has tried to shove Amnesty down our throats every year he as been in office...

    I am voting against Dina Titus (D-NV) because she has backed 100% of Crazy Nancy Pelosi's (D-CA) Tax & Spend Trample The Constitution, Socialist Agenda, including but not limited to ObamaCare...
    Ditto for Shelley Berkley (D-NV) but Berkley is not in my district...

    I am voting for Joe Heck (R-NV) For Congress Nevada's 3rd... (U.S. House)
    Heck for Nevada - Home

    And of course Bill Parson (R-NV) for U.S. Senate...
    Bill Parson for U.S. Senate

    Close to my heart on the Second Amendment both these gentleman are...

    As is incumbent Nevada U.S. Senator John Ensign (R-NV)
    Who for starters made televised speeches on the floor of the U.S. Senate about the Unconstitutionality of ObamaCare and introduced such legislation as that which sought to enforce the Second Amendment in D.C. which continues to ignore the SCOTUS 2008 decision...

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    I have been a registered vote every since I could vote, and still am. I cast my vote then I can complain when they elect the wrong candidates. Just like always.

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