The Club for Growth has released a six-month analysis of the voting records of newly elected Democrat members of the House of Representatives in districts that were previously held by Republicans. The Washington Post’s David Weigel had an exclusive report on the announcement. Last November, Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats wrestled the House Majority away […]
The Club for Growth opposes the Green New Deal, S.J. Res 8 and urges all Senators to vote NO on it. A vote is expected this week in the Senate. The results of this vote will be included in the Club for Growth Foundation’s 2019 congressional scorecard. The scorecard will count any Senators voting “present” […]
KEY VOTE ALERT “NO” on the Farm Bill Conference Report (HR 2) The Club for Growth opposes the conference report for the farm bill (HR 2) and urges all members of Congress to vote NO on it. A vote is expected in the House later this week, while the Senate abruptly just announced a vote […]
Real Clear Markets on the true cost of over-regulation Forbes; Despite everything Bernie says, Wall Street was not deregulated before the crash Roll Call on taking down establishment and incumbent Republicans; the Club for Growth PAC is “the most influential of a coterie of organizations known for taking on Republican incumbents” The News and Observer; […]
There’s two sides to every coin. On one side ($): “The CDC and NIH clearly do not have the resources they need,” said Rosa DeLauro, ranking Democrat on the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, said in a statement to CQ Roll Call. “Congress should immediately come back to Washington and […]
Club for Growth President Chris Chocola: “Gary Lambert is laughably liberal. He supported energy mandates, cap-and-trade, and voted against legislation that would have let New Hampshire opt out of ObamaCare.” Washington, DC – The Club for Growth today announced a new, six-figure TV ad campaign in New Hampshire’s Second Congressional District. The ad criticizes State Senator […]
"It’s not that it’s not correct…" Um, yes.