Will Texas Become a Blue State? FreedomWorks’ Whitney Neal at CPAC (PODCAST)

By 2020, Texas will be a majority Hispanic state. Likewise, many people are moving to Texas from other states like California, FreedomWorks’ Whitney Neal tells The Freedom Report.

Yet while newcomers are often drawn to Texas by its business environment, they may not understand that “if you come to Texas and elect the same type of people, you will find yourself in the same situation down the road.” Neal explains how FreedomWorks’ “Come and Take It” campaign is working to promote small government values in Texas and stop the state from crossing the aisle.

Austin Petersen also asks Neal, a Texan, whether she’ll be campaigning for Ted Cruz or Rand Paul in the 2016 election.

All this and more on The Freedom Report podcast!

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  • Layla Godey
    March 14, 2014, 9:42 am

    I’m glad to hear you mention Thomas Massie. I LOVE Justin Amash, but I feel Thomas Massie has not gotten near enough coverage. Ted Cruz is not bad, but he does have more of a conservative persona-Rand Paul has conservative values, but better reaches out to the more libertarian voters that are necessary if the GOP has any hope of winning an election. In other words, Paul/Cruz would have wider appeal than Cruz/Paul.

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  • Layla Godey
    March 14, 2014, 2:42 pm

    I’m glad to hear you mention Thomas Massie. I LOVE Justin Amash, but I feel Thomas Massie has not gotten near enough coverage. Ted Cruz is not bad, but he does have more of a conservative persona-Rand Paul has conservative values, but better reaches out to the more libertarian voters that are necessary if the GOP has any hope of winning an election. In other words, Paul/Cruz would have wider appeal than Cruz/Paul.

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  • Tantalus XVI
    March 14, 2014, 12:52 pm

    The concept of taking your voting patterns with you when you leave a state is lost on liberals. Seriously, are they retarded?

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  • Tantalus XVI
    March 14, 2014, 5:52 pm

    The concept of taking your voting patterns with you when you leave a state is lost on liberals. Seriously, are they retarded?

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  • jccargill
    March 14, 2014, 12:59 pm

    Well you have to recognize some of the new residence will be liberals and that’s hard to cure.

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