Elections

Club for Growth PAC Congratulates Senator Tim Scott (SC)

Doug Sachtleben - November 09th, 2016

“Tim Scott has been a pro-growth fighter on Capitol Hill since Club for Growth members first backed him in 2010.”

Washington, DC – The Club for Growth PAC released the following statement congratulating Senator Tim Scott on his re-election to the U.S. Senate from the state of South Carolina:

“Club for Growth members first backed Tim Scott when he successfully ran for the House in 2010, and he’s been a pro-growth fighter on Capitol Hill ever since,” said Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh. “Tim is a formidable and principled lawmaker whose excellent work for his constituents has made it difficult for Democrats to even mount a serious challenge.”

  • Sen. Tim Scott was endorsed by the Club for Growth PAC on November 11, 2014.
  • Sen. Lee has a 91% lifetime score from the Club for Growth for his votes to cut taxes and regulations, and to expand economic opportunity.

 

Club for Growth PAC and Club for Growth Action are political arms of the Club for Growth, a 501(c)(4).

 

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

Club for Growth PAC Congratulates Senator Rand Paul (KY)

Doug Sachtleben - November 09th, 2016

“Returning Rand Paul to the U.S. Senate is a victory for all who love liberty.”

Washington, DC – The Club for Growth PAC released the following statement congratulating Senator Rand Paul on his re-election to the U.S. Senate from the commonwealth of Kentucky:

“Returning Rand Paul to the U.S. Senate is a victory for all who love liberty,” said Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh. “Rand is an unwavering economic conservative who does the hard work of proposing balanced federal budgets and crafting pro-growth legislation.”

  • Sen. Rand Paul was endorsed by the Club for Growth PAC on November 10, 2014.
  • Club for Growth members bundled nearly $100,000 directly to the Paul campaign through the Club for Growth PAC.
  • Sen. Paul has a 96% lifetime score from the Club for Growth for his votes to cut taxes and regulations, and to expand economic opportunity.

 

Club for Growth PAC and Club for Growth Action are political arms of the Club for Growth, a 501(c)(4).

 

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

Club for Growth PAC Congratulates Sen. Rand Paul for Winning Kentucky Senate Debate

Doug Sachtleben - November 01st, 2016

“Senator Rand Paul stands on a proven record of fighting job-killing federal regulations and opposing wasteful spending.”

Washington, DC – The Club for Growth PAC released the following statement about tonight’s Kentucky U.S. Senate debate, which included the Club PAC’s endorsed candidate, Sen. Rand Paul:

“The contrast tonight could not have been more stark: Senator Rand Paul stood on a proven record of fighting job-killing federal regulations and opposing wasteful spending in Washington, while Jim Gray offered liberal talking points, big Clintonesque spending plans, and no solutions for stopping the Democrats’ war on coal,” said Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh. “While Senator Paul has actually proposed federal budgets that would balance, Jim Gray is proud of the massive debt racked up by Barack Obama and is eager to grow it past $20 trillion by following Hillary’s blueprint.”

Senator Rand Paul has a 96% lifetime score from the Club for Growth for his votes to cut taxes and regulations, and to expand economic opportunity.

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

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

Club for Growth Action Ramps Up Television Ad Buys in Pennsylvania Senate Race

Doug Sachtleben - October 24th, 2016

“Former lobbyist Katie McGinty has a long history of ethics rebukes and corrupt self-dealing at the expense of taxpayers.”

Washington, DC – Club for Growth Action, a political arm of the Club for Growth, today announced nearly $1.9 million in new spending on television advertising in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, and Wilkes Barre. This latest buy brings CFG Action’s total spending in the Pennsylvania Senate race to more than $3.3 million. That’s on top of more than $500,000 spent by the Club for Growth.

“Former lobbyist Katie McGinty has a long history of ethics rebukes and corrupt self-dealing at the expense of taxpayers,” said Club for Growth Action president David McIntosh. “She also supported the largest tax hike in Pennsylvania’s history, and wants to get to Washington so she can raise taxes on the American people. Voters in Pennsylvania should know the truth about Katie McGinty.”

The CFG Action ad that is currently airing can be viewed here.

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

Johnson Closing in Wisconsin on Strength of Club for Growth Action Ad

Doug Sachtleben - October 21st, 2016

“The ad’s message about career political insider Russ Feingold is resonating with voters.”

Washington, DC – Club for Growth Action, a political arm of the Club for Growth, today announced the results of a poll that measured the Wisconsin Senate race and the effectiveness of CFG Action’s latest ad. According to the sample of 400 likely voters in Wisconsin (taken October 18-20), the race is well within the margin of error. Senator Ron Johnson trails Russ Feingold by just three points, 45-42. The polling also shows that 44% of voters have seen the ad, and that 20% of Feingold supporters are left with a less favorable impression of him after seeing it.

 

“Club for Growth Action’s latest TV ad in the Wisconsin Senate race is not only working, but it was launched at a time when other groups were leaving that race,” said Club for Growth Action president David McIntosh. “The ad’s message about career political insider Russ Feingold is resonating and pro-growth candidate Ron Johnson is increasingly in a position to win re-election.”

 

Club for Growth Action spent more than $750,000 on this anti-Feingold ad that began airing on October 12, bringing its total spending in the race to more than $1.5 million.

 

The ad can be viewed here.

 

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