Club for Growth Action is dedicated to a single mission: defeating big-government politicians and replacing them with pro-growth, limited government conservatives.
We do this by running independent hard-hitting TV, radio, Internet, and direct mail campaigns in critical Senate and House races across the country.
Club for Growth Action and Club members have been instrumental in helping to elect some of the greatest champions of economic freedom ever to hold office in the U.S. Congress – true American patriots like:
- Senator Ted Cruz (TX)
- Senator Jim DeMint (SC)
- Senator Tim Scott (SC)
- Senator Pat Toomey (PA)
- Senator Marco Rubio (FL)
- Senator Rand Paul (KY)
- Senator Ron Johnson (WI)
- Senator Tom Coburn (OK)
- Senator Mike Lee (UT)
- Senator Tom Cotton (AR)
- Senator Ben Sasse (NE)
- Senator Dan Sullivan (AK)
- Senator Marsha Blackburn (TN)
- Senator Josh Hawley (MO)
Our fundamental philosophy is simple. If you want better policies, you must elect better people. That’s exactly why Club for Growth Action, the political arm of the pro-free market Club for Growth, was invented.
Club for Growth Action is committed to continuing to elect the types of candidates who will fight for lower taxes, reduced spending, and pro-growth policies while being stalwart champions of economic freedom.
What others are saying about Club for Growth Action
“…without the Club for Growth [Action], I would not be in the U.S. Senate…”
– Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)
“…the message that Club for Growth Action can put on TV at critical moments in crucial places can make all the difference in the world.”
– Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA)
“What Club for Growth Action does is to help candidates, conservative candidates, get an edge that they might not otherwise have.”
– Senator Mike Lee (R-UT)
“…there are many cases out there where it has been shown that these [Club for Growth Action] ads have made the difference in races.”
– Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)
“…because of Club for Growth Action we’re having better candidates who are winning big races.”
– Senator Tim Scott (R-SC)