A. No. Conservative Primary is not a 501c3 organization, so membership fees and donations are not tax deductible.
A. No. We are not a PAC. We are a LLC business.
A. Fifty percent of all membership funds are used to advertise the winners of each pre-primary. This provides the candidate with a double advantage – Conservative Primary members rally around the chosen candidate, while membership funds are spent on advertising that increases their exposure to non-members. The other half of membership fees goes back to Conservative Primary so that we can expand our focus and scope.
Donations are spent on advertising for upcoming primaries and other important expenses (lawyers, fees, etc). Membership fees and donations will not be forwarded or contributed to candidates.
A. Membership fees are spent on advertising the pre-primary winner and to keep this website functional. They also ensures that pre-primary elections are honest, as the payment process verifies each member's address and voting district. In other words, it prevents the process from being "gamed" by RINOs and other unscrupulous entities.
A. Two things will happen. First, Conservative Primary will advertise the winner of each of our polls within their respective district or state. Second, the members that voted in the Conservative Primary poll will cast their vote (hopefully for the winner of the Conservative Primary poll) in their real primary election. This increases the probability that the true conservative candidates will win their primary elections.
A. Pre-primary polls are only available in districts that meet specific criteria.
Without meeting this criteria, there is no reason to hold a pre-primary vote because:
A. The home of conservatism is the Republican Party, and our goal is to identify conservative candidates from our party only.
A. Conservatives are people that believe in personal responsibility, individual rights, and preserving the Constitution. Our values are born from our belief that we were given certain gifts from our Creator, including life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. As conservatives, we believe in the free market and are opposed to a redistribution economy. A conservative believes in small government, but that it also must be able to do its job to protect our values and ideals from those who would try to destroy it.
A. We trust that members of "Conservative Primary" are intelligent voters who will research the candidates in their district and choose accordingly. Our goal is to identify real conservatives without bringing our own bias into the equation. Conservative Primary members ultimately choose the candidate, which means that the "most" conservative candidate may not win the pre-primary vote. In these situations, there may be other factors that come into play, but we trust that our members are all eager to achieve the same goals.