At 12:01 a.m. RightKlik announced Patricia Sullivan the winner of Ten Buck Fridays Week 6. Patricia is running for the U.S. House for Florida's 8th District. She won the poll with 38% of the vote, with a close second by John Faulk with 33%, vying for the House from Texas' District 18. Patricia hopes to unseat bad-mannered Democrat, Alan Grayson. Update: Sullivan lost the primary race to Republican Daniel Webster.
Patricia says she is a patriot and not a politician. She founded the North Lake TEA Party and more than a year after the beginning rally, 1,000 or so has continued to show up for North Lake's July 4th get-together. She has been a 4-H leader at both the local and the state levels. She was named 4-H Volunteer of the Year in 2007. She is also a Precept Bible Study leader. If you are not aware of the Precept method of Bible study, it is an in-depth look at a specific Biblical topic. It takes a real commitment to time and devotion to study to successfully complete these insightful studies. From my experience, Precept teachers are impressive individuals.
Read Sullivan on the issues here. She is pro free market and small government. She is a constitutional and fiscal conservative. Patricia is pro-life. She believes in a strong National Defense, secure borders and legal immigration. She believes every family should have the right to choose their children's schools. She is a strong advocate of the Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms, and she believes in the sovereignty of states.
Patricia has lived in Seminole County, Florida since 1973. She and Scott Sullivan have been married for 18 years. They have four children. Sullivan is a long-time homeschooler.
The Patricia Sullivan for Congress website has a very interesting page titled Chain of the Constitution:
but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.”– Thomas Jefferson
For every $20.10 contribution to Patricia Sullivan for Congress, we will hammer a steel link on the Chain of the Constitution!
I'm not sure how hammering a steel link works, and it's too late to find out tonight, but the quotations from Jefferson are explanatory. Sullivan is pledging to stop criminality in Washington, D.C. with the U.S. Constitution. I like it!
On Sullivan's donation page, there is a box titled "memo." In that space, please note: donated with Ten Buck Friday Bloggers, or something similar.
Meet the Sullivan family in this video: