In recent weeks, multiple new candidates for President have emerged.
We have updated our election poll to reflect the new candidates.
So far the poll results are:
Scott Walker: 36%
Ben Carson: 21%
Ted Cruz: 17%
Rand Paul: 7%
Mike Huckabee: 5%
Marco Rubio: 3%
Bobby Jindal: 3%
Jeb Bush: 2%
Rick Perry: 2%
John Kasich, Chris Christie, Donald Trump, and Joe Biden are at 1%
Hillary Clinton: 0%
In contrast, a recent national polling of the presidential candidates reports that Jeb Bush is in the lead among GOP contenders.
Our poll will show the media and politicians how conservatives feel about the candidates. It will impact the press, candidates, and donations, and it will influence voters.
Your vote is important, as we will broadcast the poll results on TV, media, radio, in print and news blogs, and public speeches.
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In reference to religious liberty, Jeb Bush said about Clinton:
“Secretary Clinton insists that when the progressive agenda encounters religious beliefs to the contrary those beliefs.. quote, ‘have to be changed.’ That’s what she said… The next president needs to make it clear that great charities like the Little Sisters of the Poor need no federal instruction in doing the right thing. It comes down to a choice between the Little Sisters and Big Brother, and I’m going with the Sisters!”
Here is Donald Trump’s unusual confession about Bibles:
“I get sent Bibles by a lot of people. We keep them at a certain place. A very nice place. But people send me Bibles. And you know it’s very interesting. I get so much mail and because I’m in this incredible location in Manhattan you can’t keep most of the mail you get.
“There’s no way I would ever throw anything, do anything negative to a Bible, so what we do is we keep all of the Bibles. I would have a fear of doing something other than very positive, so actually I store them and keep them and sometimes give them away to other people, but I do get sent a lot of Bibles and I like that. I think that’s great.”
Watch Bobby Jindal speak briefly on health care, here.
And here is a video of Ted Cruz’s remarks on the Obamacare ruling in King v. Burwell.
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