Elections

A good night in Texas:

Stacy French - May 23rd, 2018

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Club for Growth Action Unveils Ads in TX-05

Rachael Slobodien - May 07th, 2018

Washington, DC – Today, Club for Growth Action announced the release of a 30-second ad that will begin airing on cable and satellite throughout Texas’s 5th Congressional district as well as a 15-second digital ad.

To watch CFG Action’s television ad, “Two Wrongs,” click here.

Click here to watch the 15-second digital ad.

Transcripts of both the ads are also included below.

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Club for Growth Action

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Two Wrongs


 

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Club for Growth PAC: Rosendale Holds Commanding Lead over GOP Competitors in Montana

Rachael Slobodien - April 18th, 2018

Today, Club for Growth PAC released poll results that show Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale holds a resounding lead over his competitors in Montana’s Republican primary.

The polling revealed:

  • Rosendale has excellent name recognition, with 86% of Republican primary voters having heard of him.
  • Matt Rosendale has a strong positive image among Montana primary voters. Three-in-five (59%) have a favorable impression of him.
  • If the election were held today, Rosendale would win the primary by a substantial margin.

o   Rosendale has the support of two-in-five likely primary voters.

o   The next highest “vote getter” is “undecided.”

o   No other candidate cleared 20% of the vote, with Fagg being at 17%.

Total
Rosendale 40%
Fagg 17%
Downing 12%
Olszewski 8%
Undecided 23%

 

The survey was conducted for Club for Growth by WPA Intelligence on April 15-16, 2018. The study has a sample size of n=503 Republican primary voters in Montana with a margin of error ±4.4% in 95 out of 100 cases.

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Club for Growth PAC Endorses Michael Cloud for Congress

Rachael Slobodien - April 17th, 2018

Washington, DC – Today, the Club for Growth PAC announced its endorsement of small businessman Michael Cloud for United States House of Representatives.  Cloud is running for the seat Rep. Blake Farenthold (TX-27) recently vacated.

“Club for Growth PAC is excited to announce its support for Michael Cloud and his campaign for Congress,” stated Club for Growth President David McIntosh.

“Michael Cloud is a true constitutional conservative in the mold of Ron Paul and Ted Cruz.  This race presents the choice between an outsider – Michael Cloud – and the career bureaucrat, Bech Bruun.”

 

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Kevin Nicholson Positioned to Win

Rachael Slobodien - April 16th, 2018

Support for Kevin Nicholson Totals $5.5 Million Cash-On-Hand and Pre-Paid Media

Washington, DC –  At the end of the 1st quarter, outside groups supporting conservative Marine Kevin Nicholson along with the Nicholson campaign reported having $5.5 million cash on hand and pre-paid media.  This far surpasses the support of groups backing Nicholson’s opponent which reported it had raised $295,000 last quarter and had just $813,000 on hand. The Vukmir campaign had $650,000 reported on hand.  The financial strength of Nicholson-aligned outside groups indicates that he is best positioned to win not only in August, but more importantly in November.

Conservatives recognize that in order to take back Washington, we need to send in the Marine,” said Club for Growth President David McIntosh.  “Kevin Nicholson has the best message and resources to win the primary and defeat Tammy Baldwin.”

Solutions for Wisconsin reported $200,000 cash on hand, Club for Growth super PACs had over $1 million, Restoration PAC had $2.1 million cash on hand, and America’s PAC reported $1.4 million in pre-paid media. 

The strength of the outside groups supporting Nicholson augment his campaign’s performance against Vukmir’s. Nicholson raised $1 million for the quarter and Vukmir raised just $600,000.  Nicholson reported $800,000 on hand and Vukmir has $650,000.

 

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