Stand Up for Judge Kavanaugh

Are you as outraged as I am about how Judge Brett Kavanaugh is being treated by Democrats and by many in the media?

If not, you must read the commentary by Fairfax County’s Cathy Trauernicht in today’s Washington Times.

This is indeed a travesty. And it is one that we must address head on.

Unless we take a stand now, we can expect more of the same, regardless of how qualified an individual may be for any position with this Administration or future Republican Administrations.

The Good News is the mid-term elections are right around the corner. In just a few weeks we will each have the opportunity to vote our conscience. We can tell the Democrats and the journalists who have bought into the Democrats’ craven abuse of power that we reject government by allegation.

Just before the mid-term elections, Democrats are exposing precisely why they cannot be trusted to govern!

To assure a strong voter turnout for the November 6 election, take just a moment to donate now to the Fairfax County Republican Committee.

Your donation will help us get out our Republican message and connect with voters from all backgrounds across Fairfax County. Many of these voters intuitively understand why the Democrats’ antics opposing the Kavanaugh nomination cannot go unchecked.

Join me as we work to direct voters’ attention to why Republicans deserve their serious consideration and their vote on November 6.

Democrats’ lack of ethics and morality have been on display throughout the Kavanaugh process on Capitol Hill. Let’s turn their outrageous behavior into an asset when we talk to our friends and neighbors about the upcoming election. Let’s make sure everyone we speak to understands that they can, in fact, take action against the disreputable behavior by those seeking to defeat a highly qualified Supreme Court Justice nominee.

Your donation of just $10, $25, $50, or more if you can will help us get the word out to more Fairfax County voters about why their vote in the mid-term elections is so crucially important.

Fairfax County Republican Committee, 4246 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax VA 22030

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