Conservatives are not only voting in 2018, they are also actively working to turn out the vote for conservative candidates, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.
The 95.0% of conservatives who say that they are urging others to go to the polls and vote Republican almost matches the 97.6% who say they are voting themselves.
Voter turnout is expected to be the key to victory in 2018, with Democrats boasting that women, young people, and racial minorities will flood the polling places. Most experts predict that Democrats will win control of the House of Representatives and might hold their own in the Senate. However, the Democratic smear campaign against Brett Kavanaugh has energized Republicans, closing the “enthusiasm gap” and raising hopes that the GOP might hold the House and expand its Senate majority.
One key theme in the final days of the campaign, following comments by Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder in support of the harassment campaign urged by Rep. Maxine Waters, has been the increasing mob action by Democrats. FedUp PAC’s video on Democrat mobs was rated “excellent” by 77.3%, while only 4.5% found it to be ineffective.
If you have not yet seen the video, watch it at the link below.
FedUp PAC is a grass roots organization whose goal in 2018 is to save the Trump presidency by maintaining GOP control of Congress. FedUp PAC is working to reveal the Democrats as far-left, anti-American extremists who want to transform the United States into a bankrupt socialist nation such as Cuba or Venezuela. It is not affiliated with any candidate or committee.