United Conservatives is a member-led political organization dedicated to advancing the conservative movement and working to elect true conservative candidates.
United Conservatives was created to give conservatives the infrastructure, tools and resources needed to be successful in arena of politics. We do this by continuing to grow our vast grassroots network through our county teams, by messaging, education and management of a complex voter database that allows us to activate grassroots advocates on policy issues and in political campaigns.
Letter from Chris McDaniel
History will record 2014 as a pivotal time for the conservative movement.
The establishment showed their true colors, betraying our core principles to defeat my candidacy for U.S. Senate. By using despicable racial scare-tactics and recruiting liberal Democrats into the June GOP primary, establishment Republicans abandoned the party’s platform and sacrificed the conservative base.
We must never forget June 24, 2014. It was a day of awakening for thousands. Mississippi remains our call to action. The national conservative movement is watching carefully, so we must not disappoint.
We will organize, strengthen our ranks, learn to message and win; or they will ridicule us into silence, submission and surrender. Either way, one thing is certain: nothing will ever be the same.
It’s time to unify, friends. We have a republic to heal. Join us. Engage the system. The fight starts here, now.
February 22, 2017 – For all the early hype in the 2017 Mississippi Legislative Session over stopping the Internet Tax from being collected (increased) in Mississippi, in the closing days all one could hear from people on this issue, other than concerned taxpayers, was complete silence. Today was the deadline for all revenue bills in […]
Pending before the Mississippi Senate is HB480, which increases the Internet sales tax. The bill has already passed in the House. But even if HB 480 is not approved by the Senate, the taxpayers of our state will still have a problem. Why? Because the MS Department of Revenue (DOR) has already promulgated regulations that […]