Will the 2010 midterm elections represent the most definitive rejection of progressivism in recent American history?
Only 20% of Americans identify as liberal or progressive, according to a Gallup poll from a few months ago, compared with 42% who call themselves conservative.
This is also true of the citizens of CD-13: …Many of the Decline to State, Independent, and Democrat voters we have spoken with are inherently conservative … and they are motivated to vote.
And we’re speaking with many people from diverse backgrounds every day.
Most of the people we speak with believe their representative does not have their best interests at heart.
After years of control, the entrenched incumbents like Congressman Stark – who have legislated our economy into oblivion with progressive policies – may well finally lose control of the Congress, and our county can be governed with more accurate representation once again.
Bay Area residents, Californians, and a majority of Americans are fed up with the entitled-elitist-hypocrite culture.
2010 stands to be an historic year for Americans to reclaim our prosperity and begin to play from our strengths of personal freedom, individual liberty, national security and shared destiny.
Alameda, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Hayward, Union City, Newark, Fremont, Pleasanton, Sunol you have role to play this year: Vote Forest Baker for Congress on Nov. 2, 2010