Get Out the Vote for Palin Endorsed Candidates!

Election day is fast approaching! After primary elections, fundraisers, and speeches, it now comes down to the will of the people during a short window of time on Tuesday. The months of a grueling campaign and a the blood, sweat, and tears poured into getting a candidate elected are meaningless unless people go to the polls and vote! There are several ways to you can help support Palin endorsed candidates in the waning hours before Tuesday’s election. You can wave signs, paint your car in support of a candidate, make phone calls, and offer to drive people to the polls. You can contact the individual campaigns to see best how you can help in the final hours. Here are the Organize4Palin profiles for each candidate listed by state. Please check out each individual profile for links to see how you can best help these campaigns!

Alabama:

Beth Chapman– Secretary of State

Martha Roby-2nd Congressional Seat

Alaska:

Joe Miller-Senate

Arizona:

John McCain– Senate

Paul Gosar– 1st Congressional Seat

Janet Contreras– 4th Congressional Seat

David Schweikert-5th Congressional Seat

Ruth McClung-7th Congressional Seat

Jesse Kelly-8th Congressional Seat

Arkansas:

John Boozman– Senate

Tim Griffin– 2nd Congressional Seat

California:

Carly Fiorina– Senate

Chuck Wilkerson– 30th Congressional Seat

Star Parker-37th Congressional Seat

Colorado:

Scott Tipton– 3rd Congressional Seat

Cory Gardner-4th Congressional Seat

Delaware:

Christine O’Donnell– Senate

Florida:

Pam Bondi- Attorney General

Rick Scott– Governor

Marco Rubio-Senate

Steve Southerland– 2nd Congressional Seat

Allen West– 22nd Congressional Seat

Sandy Adams-24th Congressional Seat

Georgia:

Ray McKinney-12th Congressional Seat

Hawaii:

Scott Henderson-7th State House Seat

John Willoughby-2nd Congressional Seat

Idaho:

Butch Otter– Governor

Illinois:

Adam Kinzinger-11th Congressional Seat

Randy Hultgren– 14th Congressional Seat

Indiana:

Jackie Walorski– 2nd Congressional Seat

Larry Buchson-8th Congressional Seat

Todd Young-9th Congressional Seat

Iowa:

Brenna Findley– Attorney General

Terry Branstad– Governor

Kentucky:

Rand Paul-Senate

Massachusetts:

Sean Bielat– 4th Congressional Seat

Michigan:

Dan Benishek– 1st Congressional Seat

Rob Steele– 15th Congressional Seat

Minnesota:

Tom Emmer– Governor

Michele Bachmann- 6th Congressional Seat

Mississippi:

Alan Nunnelee– 1st Congressional Seat

Bill Marcy-2nd Congressional Seat

Missouri:

Vicky Hartzler– 4th Congressional Seat

Nevada:

Sharron Angle– Senate

New Hampshire:

Kelly Ayotte– Senate

New Mexico:

Susana Martinez- Governor

Steve Pearce-2nd Congressional District

New York:

John Gomez-2nd Congressional Seat

Michael Grimm-13th Congressional Seat

Ann Marie Buerkle-25th Congressional Seat

North Carolina:

Renee Elmmers-2nd Congressional Seat

Ilario Pantano-7th Congressional Seat

North Dakota:

Rick Berg– Congress

Ohio:

Bill Johnson-6th Congressional Seat

Jim Renacci-16th Congressional Seat

Oklahoma:

Mary Fallin-Governor

Pennsylvania:

Pat Toomey– Senate

Mike Kelly-3rd Congressional Seat

Tom Marino-1oth Congressional Seat

South Carolina:

Nikki Haley– Governor

Tim Scott-1st Congressional Seat

Mick Mulvaney-5th Congressional Seat

Tennessee:

Diane Black– 6th Congressional Seat

Stephen Fincher-8th Congressional Seat

Texas:

Greg Abbott– Attorney General

Rick Perry- Governor

Bill Flores-7th Congressional Seat

Francisco Canseco– 23rd Congressional Seat

Donna Campbell– 25th Congressional District

Blake Farenthold-27th Congressional District

Stephen Broden-30th Congressional Seat

Utah:

MorganPhilpot-2nd Congressional Seat

Virginia:

Robert Hurt-5th Congressional Seat

Washington:

John Koster-2nd Congressional Seat

Cathy McMorris Rogers-5th Congressional Seat

Dick Muri-9th Congressional Seat

West Virginia:

John Raese-Senate

David McKinnley-1st Congressional Seat

Spike Maynard-3rd Congressional Seat

Wisconsin:

Sean Duffy-7th Congressional Seat

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