Just as Republican leaders are waking up to the fact that complacency and low voter turnout could cost them the 2018 elections, a poll by FedUp PAC proves that the problem is very real. More than half of conservatives say they are confident Republicans will win in November, despite polls showing that Republicans will probably lose the House and possibly the Senate as well.
Fifty-two percent of conservatives say that Republicans have successfully nationalized the elections, thereby shifting the focus to issues on which the GOP should be successful. Another 33.3% believe the GOP should “expect to lose in November” because candidates are distancing themselves from the national issues that elected President Trump. An unusually high 14.7% are not sure what to expect this fall.
FedUp PAC Chairman Richard A. Viguerie has warned that the voters who elected Trump and GOP congressional majorities two years ago are not sufficiently motivated this year because Republicans have failed to show how much is at stake. Voters are not fully aware of the radical, left-wing nature of the Democrats who could take control of both houses next January. Abolition of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE), open borders, massive tax increases, more government control of health care, gun confiscation, taxpayer funded abortions, and infringements on First Amendment rights are all on the Democrat agenda.
A Democrat Senate would also put an end to President Trump’s appointment of constitutional conservatives to the Supreme Court and lower Federal courts.
Since Republicans are not doing the job of warning about the radical Democrat agenda, FedUp PAC has taken on that task and plans a campaign of carefully targeted marketing to alert key voters to the danger.
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.