Ten Buck Friday – Week Five

Week Five of our Nine Week Mission, to boldly help get conservative U.S. Senate candidates elected in the face of opposition from all known political parties in the Universe.
Ten-Buck-Friday
Focusing on the Senate races, is it worth ten bucks a week to you (roughly the cost of a Hawaiian Shave Ice on Waikiki Beach) to eliminate Reid’s control and give the Senate responsible adult leadership again?

With that in mind, this week we look to the Senate seat in LA. Can you contribute just $10 to Senate candidate Bill Cassidy in his race against Mary Landreu, (D-Washington DC)?

Real Clear Politics has Cassidy up 1.3 points on the average, and rates the state as a toss up.
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2014/senate/la/louisiana_senate_cassidy_vs_landrieu-3670.html

You can contribute to Bill Cassidy here. Good luck and Godspeed, Bill!
http://billcassidy.com/

Also consider these other important close races!
Contribute to Dan Sullivan Here
Contribute to Tom Cotton Here
Contribute to Joni Ernst Here
Contribute to Bill Cassidy Here
Contribute to Thom Tillis Here

(If you mark your contribution as “Ten Buck Friday”, they’ll see if the blogosphere can give them a little bump.)

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One Response to Ten Buck Friday – Week Five

  1. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/investment-ideas/ebola-drug-maker-tekmiras-stock-still-has-tremendous-upside/article20882573/

    Gates to contribute $50M for Ebola response
    Bill Gates was on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss the Gates Foundation’s contribution of $50 million to support emergency response to Ebola.

    Mr. Gates responded to criticism that the U.S. was initially slow to properly address the African crisis. He noted that it would be virtually impossible to respond much quicker to the unprecedented scale of the outbreak. He did call upon other countries to step up and dedicate resources as well.

    The most recent continuing resolution passed by Congress in early September of this year, dedicated substantial provisions to address the Ebola crisis, including additional funding to accelerate HHS research on Ebola therapies, and additional funding for the Centers for Disease Control’s response to the growing outbreak in Africa.

    At next week’s BIO Investor Forum, Tekmira’s President and CEO, Mark Murray will discuss how the biotechnology industry has accelerated its response in the face of this year’s record setting Ebola outbreak. Tekmira is a leading company in the development of Ebola therapy, and just recently developed a regulatory framework and treatment protocol that will permit their Ebola drug, TKM-Ebola, to be used in infected patients under the terms of expanded access.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ebola Update, you can register here. Media registration for credentialed members of the press is available here.

    What’s more is that Monsanto has a very nice chunk of change invested into Tekmira also. Hmmm
    http://steppingstonesliving.com/monsanto-ebola/

    The more I look into all of this the crazier it gets.

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