Do you know Walden’s Record?
Jan. 2017 - Walden joins with others and passes HR 7 prohibiting the use of tax dollars to fund abortion.
Nov. 2016 - Walden’s record shows he favors working with Democrats to produce more Federal government rules concerning water, agriculture and energy,... not less.
May / Aug. 2016 - Walden gives $5,000 to the candidate running as a Democrat (not the Republican nominee) for State Representative, House District 56.
Oct. 2015 - HR 1314: Walden voted yes to give President Obama a $1.5 billion blank check and killed any effectiveness of the 2011 budget deal that capped government spending.
Sep. 2015 (PDF): Walden voted to FUND Obama-Everything until December 11th, including Planned Parenthood.
May 2015 - HR 2048: Walden voted to allow the Federal government to continue bulk collection and analysis of meta data on law-abiding citizens.
Jan. 2015 - HR 240: Walden voted to fully fund President Obama’s Illegal Amnesty program.
Jan. 2015 - Speaker Vote: Walden voted to elect John Boehner Speaker of the House for another two years.
How many times have you heard Greg Walden call himself a conservative? How many times has he beat his chest proclaiming how hard he is working for all of us, and against the evils of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barack Obama? But that begs the question, is he? Is he really working hard for us or is he working hard for himself? Does Greg say what he needs to say, the things conservative voters in District 2 want to hear, in order to get re-elected, but then votes to serve his real master — the establishment GOP? How can we really know?
“If there was ever a group of people 180 degrees out of phase with reality, it has to be the modern-day Republican leadership. It's not easy to say either, folks, but I don't know how else to describe it” -Sept. 3, 2015
Walden’s voting record and his position in the Republican leadership (NRCC Chairman) make him part of the modern-day Republican leadership. Translation: Walden is part of the problem, not the solution.
Walden’s Voting Record
What Greg Walden says is meaningless. His words change very little in our lives. How Greg Walden votes is what matters. His voting record makes all the difference in the world. Judge a man not by what he says, but instead by what he does.
The data below is not our data. We are just reporting what we have learned from:
These groups monitor key votes in Congress from slightly different points of view. With all the power and experience Greg Walden proclaims to have — understanding how D.C. works and therefore protecting us from its burdensome bureaucracies and regulations — we should expect Walden to earn an “A” or at least a “B” grade. For being a self-proclaimed conservative, we think Greg Walden has a lot of explaining to do.
Walden’s 2016 Score Cards
Updated: November 30, 2016
Walden’s 2015 Score Cards
Walden’s 2014 Score Cards
Walden’s 2013 Score Cards
Walden’s 2012 Score Cards
What To Do?
While Walden is a self-proclaimed conservative, his voting record tells a completely different story. There are several things you can do once you learn the truth about Mr. Walden’s voting record. You could call or write his office. However, be forewarned that this seasoned politician knows all the tricks of how to pacify, marginalize and discourage you in order to keep you quiet. While it is tempting to try to get Mr. Walden to change, after 30+ years in politics this leopard’s spots are set. Instead it is time to replace this political pretender with a true conservative representative whose votes are based on principles, not politics.
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The mother's milk of politics is money. We need to help Republicans understand that Mr. Walden is not a conservative and therefore stop Republicans from donating to his campaign fund.
If you want a conservative candidate to represent you in 2016, then you will have to do more than vote. You will need to inform others and you will need to contribute financially. The time of thinking someone else can pay is over. Every dollar matters. If every conservative were to contribute just $10 we can raise an amazing amount of money to fight for our principles in these upcoming elections.