Freedom’s Defense Fund

U.S. Navy Veteran and former Senator Bob Smith has been a tireless defender of our 2nd Amendment rights. Freedom's Defense Fund is proud to endorse Bob Smith for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire's state motto is "Live Free or Die" – not "Our Votes are Here to Buy." Join us in supporting trusted conservative Bob Smith for U.S. Senate.

Oklahoma, U.S. Senate, T.W. Shannon

With Republican Senator Tom Coburn's announcement that he will resign before the end of his second term, it is more important than ever that the state of Oklahoma remains "red." Congressman T.W. Shannon is the conservative candidate to support in this Senate race.

Through his work in the pews of Bethlehem Baptist Church, T.W. Shannon knows firsthand what values are important to America – faith, family, hard work and personal responsibility. A father of two and a fierce advocate for conservative values and limited government, T.W. is determined to become the new conservative voice for Oklahoma in our nation's capital.

New Hampshire, U.S. Senate, Bob Smith

Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen's intention to win a second term means New Hampshire conservatives need to make sure a strong leader is sent to the U.S. Senate instead of Shaheen. Bob Smith is that strong, conservative leader.

Former Senator Bob Smith, a Navy Veteran of Vietnam, has over a decade of experience as a Senator and has delivered the results that demonstrate he is the best choice to serve the people of New Hampshire in the U.S. Senate. Bob Smith's dedication to the values of freedom and liberty are widely recognized, and he is the right choice to represent New Hampshire.

Montana, U.S. House, Ryan Zinke

With current Representative Steve Daines seeking the Senate seat in 2014, the stage is set for the voice of a genuine conservative to represent the values of Montana residents in Montana's at-large congressional district. That voice belongs to Ryan Zinke.

A former Commander in the U.S. Navy SEALs, former State Senator Ryan Zinke has given more than 20 years of service to his country, earning two Bronze Stars along the way. As a fierce defender of American values at home and broad, Zinke has proven his ability to turn strong principles into action.

Texas, U.S. House, Louie Gohmert

Congressman Louie Gohmert is a key conservative voice for Texans in crucial fiscal and social conservative matters. Though the people of Texas’ First Congressional District have shown their overwhelming support for Congressman Gohmert, Democrat Shirley McKellar is challenging Gohmert in an attempt to convert the district from conservative “red” to liberal “blue.” She must not succeed.

The first Republican since the Reconstruction to serve the interests of the people of Northeast Texas in the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Louie Gohmert will continue to bring the values he fought for in the U.S. Army to our nation’s capital. It is imperative that we support Congressman Gohmert and that we maintain this conservative foothold in Congress.

Minnesota, U.S. House, Tom Emmer

Michelle Bachmann’s decision not to run for re-election in Minnesota’s 6th Congressional District after seven years makes it a very important seat to “keep red.” Tom Emmer, a strong conservative leader with deeply held family values and a determination to make government a resource rather than a restraint, is the right choice for the 6th Congressional District.

Tom Emmer is exactly the type of pro-business conservative we need more of in Washington, D.C. these days. Before serving in the Minnesota House of Representatives for six years, he started his own company and spent the next 20 years striking a balance between building his enterprise and raising his family. Tom’s commitment to conservative values and his knowledge of small business issues make him an ideal leader and representative – for families and entrepreneurs in Minnesota and across this great nation.

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