The Democrats refuse to stand up to aggressors like China, Russia and Iran. Michael Bennet is no exception. Our security depends on having leaders at home who are determined to face America’s challenges head-on. I believe Joe O’Dea will never approve a new Iran nuclear agreement, but Michael Bennet would. The choice is clear.
Cheri Beasley has gone out of her way to try and make herself look less extreme than she actually is. We already have enough senators whose views do more damage to American security than our enemies ever could. National security issues are important to North Carolina voters, which is why they know the clear choice for a strong and safe America is Ted Budd.
Leora’s unique personal story will bring a special perspective to debates in the Senate when it comes to national security. Through her work with veterans’ groups, she is also uniquely positioned to be a voice for the needs of those who serve. I am confident she won’t be intimidated by America’s enemies, which is a big change from what Connecticut has now in the Senate.
America needs strong leaders who are committed to fighting for U.S. interests abroad while keeping Americans safe at home. I believe Ron Johnson is prepared to do just that.
New Hampshire has always been a critical state for the GOP. Voters are acutely aware that national security must remain at the forefront. From protecting our borders to stopping the flow of illegal drugs, to the need for America to be strong and respected throughout the world, I believe Gail Huff Brown is the right person for the job.
Ambassador John Bolton, a diplomat and a lawyer, has spent many years in public service. He served as the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in 2005-2006. He was Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security from 2001 to 2005. In the Reagan Administration, he was an Assistant Attorney General.
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