Club for Growth PAC Endorses Businessman Bob Gray for Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District

Doug Sachtleben - March 14th, 2017

“Bob Gray is the proven economic conservative in this race.”

Washington, DC – The Club for Growth PAC today announced its endorsement of Bob Gray for the special election to fill the GA-06 House seat, formerly held by HHS Secretary Tom Price:

“Bob Gray is the proven economic conservative in this race,” said Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh. “He’s been a consistent fighter for lower taxes and less spending, and he’s campaigned on pro-growth policies, and has called for a full and immediate repeal of Obamacare. The Club for Growth PAC is proud to endorse a candidate who has successfully put free-market principles into practice and will fight hard for them in the U.S. House.”

Club for Growth PAC is a political arm of the Club for Growth, a 501(c)(4).

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Club for Growth White House Meeting

Doug Sachtleben - March 10th, 2017

Club President David McIntosh met with President Trump and Vice President Pence on Wednesday (3-8-17) to discuss the flawed Obamacare bill put forth by House Republicans. After a productive meeting, David talked to the media to update them on progress. Here are his appearances on Fox News, MSNBC, and Fox Business Network


Club for Growth Opposes RyanCare

Doug Sachtleben - March 07th, 2017

“Republicans must immediately repeal Obamacare’s taxes, end the Medicaid expansion, and include interstate competition.”

Washington, DC – Club for Growth president David McIntosh released the following statement in response to the American Health Care Act released by House Republicans:

“The problems with this bill are not just what’s in it, but also what’s missing: namely, the critical free-market solution of selling health insurance across state lines,” said Club for Growth president David McIntosh. “Such an injection of competition would lead to hundreds of billions of dollars in savings, nullifying any argument by Congressional Republicans that this provision cannot be included in the current bill. If this warmed-over substitute for government-run health care remains unchanged, the Club for Growth will key vote against it. Republicans should be offering a full and immediate repeal of Obamacare’s taxes, regulations, and mandates, an end to the Medicaid expansion, and inclusion of free-market reforms, like interstate competition.”

Club for Growth Supports Conservative Opposition to GOP Effort to Retain and Repair Obamacare

Doug Sachtleben - February 28th, 2017

“The Obamacare repeal that passed Congress in 2015 must be the starting point for any repeal.”

Washington, DC – Club for Growth president David McIntosh released the following statement in support of conservatives in Congress who say they would reject a GOP Obamacare replacement proposal that was recently leaked:

“Speaker Ryan and Leader McConnell need to stand up to those in the Republican party who are fighting to retain and repair Obamacare, rather than repeal and replace it with free-market health care,” said Club for Growth president David McIntosh. “The Club for Growth stands with conservatives in the Senate and House – including Chairman Mike Lee of the Senate Steering Committee, Chairman Mark Meadows of the House Freedom Caucus, and Chairman Mark Walker of the Republican Study Committee – to urge that the starting point for any repeal be the Obamacare repeal which was passed in Congress in 2015. In addition, replacement legislation must include the kind of free-market initiatives that we’ve seen in bills like the one introduced by Senator Rand Paul and Representative Mark Sanford. Expanding Health Savings Accounts, restoring customer choice to the types of coverage available, creating interstate markets, and letting individuals and small businesses band together to buy coverage, are all key tenets of health care reform that Republicans ran on in 2016, and should fight for today. To do anything less will not lower costs or expand choice, and will leave the Republican party’s majority in jeopardy in 2018.”

On CNBC: Club President David McIntosh Talking Tax Reform

Doug Sachtleben - February 23rd, 2017