Thursday, October 2, 2014

Would Ted Cruz Be A Good President?

Take Our Presidential Poll Today!

2016 Presidential chatter is already taking place across the country and you can bet that early horse-trading is already underway behind closed doors in Washington D.C. It's in these meetings, when insiders think the public isn't paying attention, that the Washington establishment begins to pick their candidate.

But this time around, tea party conservatives are paying attention and we will demand that the Republican nominee is one of us and not just the choice of the D.C. Republican elite. To make this happen, we created a 2016 poll that will send a clear message to the party insiders: This is the candidate we like best, so choose wisely.

Since the launch of the poll, thousands have already stepped forward to cast their ballot in this state of the art poll. Unlike standard polls, this poll uses a "crowdsourcing" method that will offer unparalled insight into the opinion of tea party conservatives.

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Everyone we have put on our list has been on the receiving end of a great deal of Presidential hype recently, and offer conservatives a wide variety of options. 2016 will be a crucial election for our nation after 8 years of Barack Obama. We must be unified!

The results of this poll will be extremely important for the Republican Party and will send a clear signal of what issues are most important to us, who is the best messenger for them, and most importantly, who can WIN!

Do not delay! Vote in this groundbreaking new poll, and let's make sure we shake up the early 2016 jockeying by making our voices heard loud and clear!

In Freedom,

Ryan Hecker
Founder and President of the Contract From America

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