A Surge In The Polls?

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November 2, 2013

Over the past few days, I’ve heard from pro-family supporters like you. They’ve told me that hope is growing across Virginia — that our values will prevail next Tuesday.

You can even see it in the poll numbers where some say it’s a statistical tie!

Now is not the time to give up!

Virginians have long seen the broken families and lives that follow in the destruction of pro-family values in our schools and government.

That’s why 1,200 conservatives gathered at The Family Foundation’s Gala a few weeks ago. There was thunder from the crowd when I spoke about the moral truths that few elected officials would dare repeat.

The surge in the polls isn’t coming out of nowhere.  When you watch the video below, you will hear the applause from people like you and me who are looking for moral elected officials with backbone!

It’s time to protect our freedom and lift-up Virginians, not tear them down!

Do you agree?

After you watch this short video, please tell me your thoughts about the poll surge. And share what you are witnessing and doing in your area of the Commonwealth to make sure our pro-family values prevail on Tuesday!

The Family Foundation Action is a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(4) organization and paid for this informational communication.  Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

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7 Responses to “A Surge In The Polls?”

  1. Jonathon Moseley says:

    I think neither Ken Cucinelli nor you have done enough to call Terry McAuliffe on his outright lies claiming a “war on women.”

    You, as a woman, could have had some impact in turning back this nonsense.

    I went to law school with Ken Cuccinelli. I count him as a friend.

    However, Ken is running a “Mitt Romney” style campaign, and is not doing enough to turn back the smears.

    But your organization and other cosnervatives really had the opening to stand up to the lies, on behalf of Virginia women.

    Just crossing your fingers is not enough.

  2. E. Marshall Buckles says:

    Of course, my wife, daughter and I together plan to vote for Cuccinelli. Even so, as I look at various online commentaries, I am seeing evidence that there may be a significant write in vote for Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling by both Democrats and Republicans. I tend to doubt that it will be enough to elect Bolling, however, it may be enough to neutralize the negative effects of votes for Sarvis and may also pull a number of votes from McAulliffe. Apparently a lot of Democrats are NOT happy with McAuliffe just as some of the more liberal Republicans (if they can actually be called Republicans) are not happy with Cuccinelli. The election will probably be close. I hope and pray that Cuccinelli will have the edge.

  3. familyfoundation says:

    Marshall: Thanks for your observations. I started hearing about the Bolling write-in movement last night, as well, at an art gallery by liberals and so-called libertarians. Very interesting. It could have more than one impact, as you wrote, especially in keeping the so-called “Libertarian” from getting 10 percent, which would give that party automatic ballot access for the next eight years. That could doom the GOP. – Steve, The Admin

  4. J. E. Harris, III says:

    Aewsome speech and those with a Biblical worldview be sure to vote your values on Tuesday.

  5. Liz says:

    Thank you to your folks canvassing out in Piedmont today. We are praying for a Cooch win.

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