Rubens For US Senate - This Election is Breaking Our Way

The latest poll states that 60% of voters are "still trying to decide" and "not leaning toward any candidate".  Despite the near universal name recognition, Washington's candidate isn't selling.  This is a late breaking election and breaking in our direction.

Our radio and digital advertising is heavy and getting our message out to voters.  As was reported by the National Journal, there is a new TV ad up this weekend featuring Senator Gordon Humphrey.

This week Jim participated in WMUR's Granite State Debates.  At the debate, Jim laid out clear positions on the issues and bold solutions to the problems facing our country.  Scott Brown provided more of the same, trying to be on all sides of issues and sidestepping the tough questions.  He struggled to find positions on issues ranging from gun control to immigration reform.  We are still scratching our heads on what he meant by saying "my door is always open" to an assault weapons bar.

You can watch question-by-question videos of the debate on WMUR's website.  Be sure to watch the clip where the candidates are asked which Democrat in the state they respect the most.  You won't believe Scott Brown's answer (hint: It's Jeanne Shaheen, Obama rubber-stamp).

There was an overwhelming response to Rubens' debate performance.  A post-debate poll showed that most people believed Jim Rubens was the strongest.  In fact, more people thought he won the debate than the other two candidates combined.  To see the full results click here (and while you are there please vote for Jim as voting is still open).

As a reaction to Rubens' clear positions and bold solutions, many voters are coming to the conclusion that he is the best candidate to represent New Hampshire.  For example, this week after talking to Jim Rubens at an event in Hollis, Republican activist Dottie Price of Nashua took down her Scott Brown sign and put up a Jim Rubens sign.  This is just one of many doing the same, thank you for your support Dottie!




We need your help this weekend.  If you are available to spare a few hours making phone calls or knocking on doors, please e-mail or fill out the form here.  We also still have some opening for poll standers on election day.  Will you hold a sign for Jim for a couple of hours?

On election night, please join us at the Holiday Inn in Concord for a Victory Party.  The party will start at 7.  Together we will enjoy food, drink, and watch the election results.