Club for Growth Action Launches New TV Ad For Tim Huelskamp in KS-01

Doug Sachtleben - July 27th, 2016

“Tim Huelskamp has stood with Kansas taxpayers from his first day in the U.S. House.”

 

Washington, DC – Club for Growth Action, a political arm of the Club for Growth, announced a new six-figure TV buy for a new 30-second ad opposing Roger Marshall, who is challenging Rep. Tim Huelskamp in Kansas’s 1st congressional district. The ad will be running through Election Day throughout the district on broadcast and cable television.

 

“The disdain Washington insiders have for strong economic conservatives is on full display in this race,” said Club for Growth Action president David McIntosh. “Tim Huelskamp has stood with Kansas taxpayers from his first day in the U.S. House, even when he’s had to incur the wrath of his own party. Now, the DC crowd wants to elect Roger Marshall, because he’ll join them in voting for more debt. CFG Action is confident the voters of KS-01 know a real economic conservative like Tim Huelskamp, from a counterfeit like Roger Marshall.”

 

Note: Rep. Tim Huelskamp has a 100% lifetime Club for Growth score for his votes on issues of economic liberty.

Club for Growth PAC announced its endorsement of Congressman Huelskamp’s re-election on June 16.

This is the 2nd ad Club for Growth Action has run in this race. The first can be seen here.

 

The ad can be viewed here.

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Afternoon Press Snacks 07.26.16

Madeline Rainwater - July 26th, 2016

Good afternoon, snackers!

Today marks the runoff election for GA-03, and with it, news of whether or not Club PAC endorsed Mike Crane will represent the district. Roll Call

Additionally, the Conservative Review has put together a thoughtful list about the economic truths that Democrats will desperately avoid during their convention, available here.

Paid for by Club for Growth PAC and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. 202.955.5500

 

 

Club for Growth Action TV Ad Describes Neal Dunn (FL-02) as a “Charlie Crist Republican”

Doug Sachtleben - July 26th, 2016

“Neal Dunn is a former lobbyist who donated to Democrats.”

 

Washington, DC – Club for Growth Action, a political arm of the Club for Growth, announced a new TV buy for a 30-second ad opposing Neal Dunn, who is challenging Mary Thomas in Florida’s 2nd congressional district. The ad begins running today throughout the district on broadcast and cable television.

 

“Neal Dunn is a former lobbyist who donated to Democrats, and is now running as a Republican,” said Club for Growth Action president David McIntosh. “Dunn even supported expanding Obamacare. But, voters in FL-02 do have a great economic conservative in Mary Thomas. Mary will fight to cut taxes in Washington and will work to replace Obamacare with patient-centered health care.”

Notes

  • Club for Growth PAC endorsed Mary Thomas for FL-02 on January 29.
  • This is the first TV ad CFG Action has run this cycle in FL-02.
  • Club for Growth PAC and CFG Action are separate entities, and are political arms of the Club for Growth, a 501(c)(4).

The ad can be viewed here.

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Afternoon Press Snacks 07.25.16

Madeline Rainwater - July 25th, 2016

To start off the week, a policy update, and some news regarding a Club-PAC endorsed candidate

  • PAC endorsed Tim Huelskamp and opponent Marshall are in a tight race to the finish, Wichita Eagle
  • And hopeful news regarding civil asset forfeiture reform from the Daily Signal

Paid for by Club for Growth PAC and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. 202.955.5500

 

 

Club for Growth PAC Support for Senator Ted Cruz

Doug Sachtleben - July 22nd, 2016

Club for Growth PAC president David McIntosh gave the following response to a report in The Hill about efforts to recruit a 2018 primary challenger to Texas Senator Ted Cruz:

“CFG PAC is highly confident that Ted Cruz can handle himself in any primary challenge in Texas.  But even in the case of a lame token primary challenge, the Club for Growth PAC would strongly support Senator Cruz’s re-election, and what he said Wednesday night wouldn’t change that one bit.”

Paid for by Club for Growth PAC and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. 202.955.5500