Hoosiers for A Conservative Senate

FAQ

This is an exciting time for the Tea Party of Indiana.  Hoosiers for Conservative Senate is excited to be apart of this historic time in finding and electing a Conservative Senator.  Please visit this page often to find answers to some very important questions you may have in this process.  If we have not answered them, please contact us and we will be glad to answer them!  We have highlighted a few of them below.


Question:

If Richard Mourdock has announced he is running for Senate, why don’t we just endorse him?

 

HFCS Position:

                The HFCS board will remain neutral on endorsing candidates until the caucus has been convened. To endorse this soon would negate the influence of the individual Tea Parties across Indiana. HFCS will take its lead from the grassroots Tea Parties, not the other way around.  
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Question:

Will my association with HFCS hurt my group’s chances of getting a candidate to one of our meetings?

 

HFCS Position:

Any candidate you are interested in should know they will need your support in the HFCS caucus. If they won’t come to your meeting, they do so at their own peril.

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Question:

Is HFCS going to try to take over and start telling my group what to do and how to do it? Is HFCS going to try to manage and dictate IF and WHEN the candidates can meet with my group?

 

HFCS Position:

               NO.  The great thing abut being an American Citizen is freedom.  Americans have long been able to draw their own conclusions and within the law of the  land, act upon those decisions.  The individuality of our groups is the reason the Tea Party has worked at the grass-roots level.  HFCS does not have a hold over any group to dictate anything. The only way HFCS works is with the consent of those involved.
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Question:

Will my group's association with HFCS endanger our 527 status?

 

HFCS Position:

            HFCS is an infant organization and the structure has been dynamically changing since its inception. There is a myriad  of legal issues surrounding politics. HFCS will be consulting with National groups and attorneys for advice and education on these matters.   It  is the desire of HFCS to continue to change in ways that will benefit the common cause, election of a “Conservative Senator”.

 

If you are concerned about your organization's attachment to HFCS, please discuss this with your lawyer and see if there is a path that will allow your involvement. Even more important, contact HFCS with those concerns. We may be able to make a change within our organization to accommodate groups like yours.

 

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Question:
          
Why doesn’t HFCS set their sights on the Presidential race in 2012?

HFCS Position:
         
  Every Board member on HFCS is deeply concerned with the 2012 Presidential race as well as the Indiana Senate race. However the task of electing a conservative Senator is a monumental task and will take hundreds of man hours to be successful. HFCS is determined to stay focused on the Senate race until the task is complete.

            HFCS’s resolve in fighting for a conservative Senator does not mean we discourage anyone from working in other important races.       

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