Washington, D.C. — Club for Growth Action has defeated big government RINO Rebecca Kleefisch in the Republican primary for Wisconsin’s Gubernatorial race. Kleefisch’s track record as Lieutenant Governor has consistently shunned pro-growth economic policies that have placed an undue burden on Wisconsin taxpayers.
“As long as the people running in Republican primaries fail to support pro-growth policies that will help their constituents, Club for Growth Action will be there to fight back,” said Club for Growth Action President David McIntosh. “Rebecca Kleefisch is a career politician who has a long record of carrying water for special interests, and Michels is the right candidate to represent the people of Wisconsin.”
Club for Growth Action spent $2,317,616 in the race across a series of ads informing voters of Kleefisch’s track record of siding with liberals and her past as a DC insider.
Click here to watch “Insider”, a Club for Growth Action ad highlighting Kleefisch using taxpayer funds to travel to China and her ties to Wisconsin lobbying firms.
Click here to watch “Pattern”, a Club for Growth Action ad showing Kleefisch’s lengthy history of selling out to special interest groups and promoting Chinese propaganda.
Click here to watch “Led the Charge”, a Club for Growth Action ad informing voters of Kleefisch’s commitment to never supporting President Trump and attacking his legislative agenda.
Club for Growth PAC supports conservatives in key elections across the country. In 2020, Club for Growth PAC won more than 80% of its races.