The Next US Elections

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A basic primer on the candidates running in the next election. Who deserves our vote, our confidence, our money…and who does not. Be informed and make an informed decision. Here you will find the truth they wish we forget.

This site covers the candidates for U. S. Senators, U. S. Congressmen, and Governor. Races are grouped by state.

You will see emphasis on the length of time in office.  Surely, you’ve heard it before, both politicians and diapers need to be changed often; and for the same reason.

Remember! Those who give up their liberty to gain security, will receive nor deserve neither one. - Benjamin Franklin

The Next Elections

Calendar of elections covered here:


JULY 22, 2014 -
Georgia Primary Run-Off Election

AUGUST 5, 2014 -
Georgia – Primary Run-Off Election
Kansas – Primary Election
Michigan – Primary Election
Missouri – Primary Election
Washington – Primary Election

AUGUST 7, 2014
Tennessee – Primary Election

AUGUST 9, 2014 -
Hawaii – Primary Election

AUGUST 12, 2014 -
Connecticut – Primary Election
Kentucky – Filing Deadline (Third Parties & Independents)
Minnesota – Primary Election
Wisconsin – Primary Election

AUGUST 19, 2014 -
Wyoming – Primary Election

AUGUST 26, 2014: -
Alaska – Primary Election
Arizona – Primary Election
Florida – Primary Election
Missouri – Filing Deadline (Other Parties & Independents)
Oklahoma – Primary Run-Off Election
Vermont – Primary Election

SEPTEMBER 9, 2014 -
Delaware – Primary Election
Massachusetts – Primary Election
New Hampshire – Primary Election
Rhode Island – Primary Election

NOVEMBER 4, 2014:



7 thoughts on “The Next US Elections

  1. Thank you for removing the inaccurate information about Chris Stewart. I appreciate you maintaining the integrity of the information on this site. Chris is also the owner and CEO of a successful small business and has been for 14 years. It would be appropriate to add that to his bio. Thank you for your time and consideration. Shondell Knowtlon

  2. I am a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives seat for Ohio’s 2nd Congressional District. I am a 12 year veteran of the Marine Corps. I am currently working as an IT Consultant. I have never held public office. Please let me know if I can provide any further details for your website.

    Tony Brush
    Candidate for Congress

  3. Thank you for reaching out to me. I added your information and wish you the best in your next chapter in life. It is an honor to serve the people back home. Tobi

  4. Well, Hillary did turn $1,000 into $100,000 by trading acttle futures over 10 months. Of course, her husband was Governor of Arkansas at the time. You know, a city gal from Chicago has to know all there is to know about acttle & acttle futures. She probably raised calves as a girl and showed them at the Cook County Fair, along with the cookies she baked and jams & jellies she made. In between sewing, baking, canning, going to quilting bees, raising calves & winning blue ribbons, it’s amazing she found time to attend Yale Law School.I’m sure there was no connection between her successful acttle future trading & her husband being Governor at the time . . . . so she must be a financial genius! It doesn’t matter she’s never worked at a bank before why heck, she should be able to lose $1.2 billion as good as Jon Corzine! Let’s see, now where is that $1.2 billion? It was here yesterday . . . oh yeah, I must have left it in my other pantsuit. Uncle Rick: To a pessimist, the glass is half empty. To an optimist, the glass is half full. To an engineer, it is twice as big as it needs to be. Yes, the engineer would have designed it at half-size, charged a fee for doing so, then get hired on as a consultant to design & build a bigger glass, and, of course, charge a fee for designing the expanded capacity.

  5. I agree. The road to suspending representative government has been paved a long time ago…

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