Support Sarah – Our Next Generation of True Leaders

1 Jul

There is a young woman who is making a real stand for liberty in El Paso County, Colorado.  Her name is Sarah Marie Anderson, she is 22-years-old and self-educated on F.A. Hayek and Ludwig von Mises.  She started working on campaigns when she was 9 years old.  She loves liberty more than anything else – and she also understands that true liberty means breaking away from some of the messages and actions of the old-guard GOP.

I learned about Sarah from the Colorado Springs Independent, “This past February, at the meeting of the county GOP’s central committee, she was elected party secretary in a decisive victory over party stalwart Holly Williams, wife of County Clerk and Recorder Wayne Williams“.  WE THE PEOPLE must have wanted some new leadership and some youth at that.

After reading her story, I was able to speak with her and was captivated by her energy and desire to do something great for liberty within the GOP, which can at times be extremely corrupt and ‘backwards’ at best.  I know that is why I decided to run as an Independent in my own district, because I have already been told to sit down and shut up by the GOP leadership at the local and state level.

Since she is holding the GOP’s feet to the fire, they are now trying to get rid of her as party secretary – that is where we need YOU.  If you can do anything to help support her cause, including attending the next GOP meeting where they are trying to oust her, please do.  It will be held on Thursday, July 7  from  5:30pm – 8:30pm at the El Paso County Republican HQ, and of course you can contact us as well as we will do what we can to get you the resources you need.


Tisha Casida



Hardin, C. (2011, June 23).  “Anarchy in the GOP”. Colorado Springs Independent. Retrieved on July 1, 2011 from:


5 Responses to “Support Sarah – Our Next Generation of True Leaders”

  1. Walter Phillip Snyder July 1, 2011 at 8:58 pm #

    Sarah’s plight inspired me to coin a phrase about current GOP “leadership.” Most of the old guard are “Banana Republicans”: They’re soft, yellow, hang around in bunches, and only flourish if the climate’s exactly to their suiting.

    And even though they’re bruised and rotting, they can’t stand the freshness of people like Sarah.

    • Tisha T. Casida July 2, 2011 at 1:17 am #

      Beautiful. They (old guard GOP) don’t know what they are in for, this next generation is strong, resilient, and all about truth, and you know what they say about that…


  2. Kay Heinschel September 20, 2011 at 2:17 pm #

    Although I thought Bob McConnell was great i thought tipton would do a better job. I was wrong.
    Are you approachable? Question for you; If you were our Congresswoman would you support additional government spending for disaster relief (like Katrina or the fires in texas)? Where are you on illegal immigration and how do you propose to get around anchor babies?
    K 970 209 0378

    • Tisha T. Casida September 25, 2011 at 1:42 pm #

      Dear Kay,

      Thank you for your comment and questions. Concerning disaster-relief, what is imperative to this is whether or not we actually have the funding to do it. I am a big supporter of the 10th Amendment and States’ rights and would like to see States start to step up to the plate when it comes to things like disaster-relief. This will not happen overnight, but if we are completely out of money (at the federal level) then it is not a matter of when we can fund these things, it is a matter of IF it is even possible. A fairer tax code and a serious change in our monetary policy would eventually help alleviate ALL of our problems concerning the budget and spending.

      On immigration, I have started looking at several options, one of which is from the organization Somos Republicans. I believe that immigration is what built this country, however, it MUST be done in a legal and accountable manner, and there are several options and solutions that we are starting to listen to throughout the campaign.

      Would love to hear your specific thoughts and comments on both issues, as well as anything else you find relevant and important to the third district.



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