Sunday, February 21, 2016

Trump Wins South Carolina / Cruz is Rejected (Again)

The voters in South Carolina spoke and they spoke loudly in support of Donald Trump! 
Donald Trump - 239,851 / 33%
Marco Rubio - 165,881 / 22%
Ted Cruz - 164,790 / 22%
John Kasich - 56,206 / 8%
Ben Carson - 53,326 / 7%

And after finishing 3rd in New Hampshire behind Kasich, Senator Ted Cruz was again rejected by voters and finished 3rd in South Carolina behind Rubio. 
Cruz, being delusional and in a total state of denial, thanked his supporters for continuing to defy the pundits and producing extraordinary results! Knowing the campaign has a hard time telling the truth to voters, Cruz shows he has a hard time accepting the truth himself.  In almost all cases, extraordinary results are not finishing in 3rd place.
After not being able to win one county in a state like South Carolina the Cruz campaign should be looking at joining Jeb and putting an end to their failing campaign.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Support Donald Trump in Ohio; Sign Waving & Door Knocking Saturday 2/20/16

 Trumpsters it's time to take it to the streets in Ohio! 

Please join one of the below Trump Sign Waving Rally's to show your support for Donald Trump in Ohio this Saturday 2/20/16.

Stop by to meet fellow Trump supporters in your area, pick up Trump yard signs, door to door canvassing information to pass out in your neighborhood and to sign up as a volunteer. 

After the Trump Sign Waving Rally's many will go knock doors & pass out Trump literature in their local neighborhoods.

If you want to Make America Great Again & help Donald Trump win Ohio it is important that everyone do their part to help out.  Ohio is an all important battleground state and we cannot Make America Great Again without your help!

If you want to host a Trump Sign Waving Rally, make phone calls and/or knock doors and tell your neighbor's how Donald Trump is going to ‪#‎MakeAmericaGreatAgain‬, sign up by clicking here and immediately email Trump Ohio Director Rob Scott at

Belmont County

St. Clairsville

Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Contact: Bob Connors (

Location: Panera Bread
                 67800 Mall Ring Rd
                 St Clairsville, OH (Click for Map)

Cuyahoga County

Broadview Hts

Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Contact: Jan Kroll (

Location:  Near Giant Eagle Entrance
                 4343 E. Royalton Rd (Near I-77)
                 Broadview Hts, OH (Click for Map)


Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Contact: Steve Herbik (

Location:  Ridge Park Square
                 4826 Ridge Rd.
                 Brooklyn, OH (Click for Map)


Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Contact: Jan Kroll (

Location: Rockside & Brecksville Rd
                WalGreen Parking Lot
                6900 Rockside Rd
                Independence, OH  (Click for Map)

Middleburg Hts

Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Contact: Gary Broberg (

Location: Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds
                 19201 Bagley Rd.
                 Middleburg Hts, OH (Click for Map)

Mayfield Hts.

Time: 11:00pm- 12:30pm
Contact: Ralph King (

Location: Rte 91 (SOM Center Rd.) & Mayfield Rd.
                  (Click for Map)          


Time: 10:00am - 11:00am
Contact: Cynthea Sabolich (

Location: Near First Federal Bank of Lakewood
                 2035 Crocker Rd (Off Gemini Dr)
                 Westlake, OH  (Click for Map)

Lake County


Time: 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Contact: Rusty Bliss (

Location: Rt. 91 & Euclid Ave
                35050 Euclid Ave. (Click for Map)

Lorain County


Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Contact: Larry Cassidy (

Location: Across from Lorain Community College
                 5300 N. Abbe Rd (Steak & Shake Parking Lot)
                 Elyria, OH (Click For Map)

Marion County


Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Contact: Judy O'Hare (

Location:  Meijers Grocery
                  2153 Marion - Mt Gilead Rd (Rt 95)
                  Marion, OH (Click Here Map)

Stark County

Jackson Township

Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Contact: Ralph Case (

Location: Jackson Township Community Center
                  5735 Wales Ave. N.W.
                 Jackson Township, OH (Click for Map)

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Cruz Delegate Quits in Disgust

Even Two-Faced Ted Cruz's own supporters are sick & tired of his inability to tell the truth.

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Coalition of Ohio Groups Oppose Online Voter Registration


A coalition of citizens groups
opposes online voter registration, S.B. 63

January 24, 2016

Dear Legislator:

S.B. 63, the online voter registration bill, has raised concerns that it may further threaten Ohio's voter integrity. Ohio's elections process has been under some scrutiny over the last several years due to an increase in reported voter fraud cases, specifically (SOS Post-Election Voter Fraud Report May 2013) (SOS Report December 2013 Non-U.S. Citizens Register and Vote in the Battleground State of Ohio). Franklin County reported more than ninety cases of double voting in the 2012 Presidential Election as reported in the Columbus Dispatch in June of 2013.

In addition, nineteen indictments were handed down in Hamilton County. A state-wide citizens' audit of Ohio county BOE's conducted in the aftermath of the 2012 Presidential Election also indicated a number of irregularities and suspicious activity through eyewitness accounts. What is clear in these reports is that voter fraud is a growing problem in the battleground State of Ohio, and more measures need to be enacted to get out in front of the problem. Although some legislative election reform measures have been passed addressing some of the concerns, more work needs to be done. Ohio is a must-win state for the campaigns, and there are those who would seek an advantage by trying to game the system.

To open online voter registration at this time would be ill-advised. There are a number of questions and concerns regarding the security of the online access and process of voter registration that S.B. 63 proposes. What the general public has learned over the last two years is that no website is secure from hackers.

When the secure websites of The Pentagon, The White House and other government agencies have been hacked, then the suggestion that this website will be safe is purely conjecture and wishful thinking. The list is long of major corporate websites that assured their users their websites were secure, yet have been victimized by the hacker and information contained therein disseminated. The list of victims reported by the media is long indeed, including the industries of banking, entertainment, major retailers, and others. They have all had their websites hacked and information stolen.

When it comes to the value of the voting process in our Republic, we need to proceed with extreme caution before the suggestion of online voter registration is seriously considered.This is no time for a cavalier attitude concerning the voter integrity process in Ohio.

At a minimum, implementation of any such legislative proposal should be delayed until 2017, and a trial run should be conducted to assure that the security of the website can be verified before full implementation.

The following groups oppose S.B. 63 in its current form.


Christopher Long, President, Ohio Christian Alliance

Jeff Malek, Medina County Conservative Coalition

Ralph King, State Coordinator, Tea Party Patriots

George Momirov, Columbus 9.12

Tom Zawistowski, Portage County TEA Party

Cody Ragle, The Coalition

Lisa Woods, MCFAN (Medina County Friends and Neighbors)

Chuck Laughlin, Geauga County TEA Party

Arzella Melnyk, Grassroots Rally Team of Ohio

Linda Barry, Auglaize County Patriots

Steve Salvi, Ohio Jobs & Justice PAC

Ohio Christian Alliance is a non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting Judeo-Christian values in American government. Ohio Christian Alliance does not endorse any particular candidate or political party. OCA provides educational materials, including voter guides and scorecards.