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U.S. Senate

Jim Banks

Jim Banks (IN-SEN)

This is an OPEN Senate seat because Senator Mike Braun (CFGF Lifetime Rating 92%) is running for Indiana Governor. In 2022, Indiana’s other Senator Todd Young won his Senate race 58.9% to 37.7%, so this is considered a safe Republican seat where the winner of the Republican Primary will be a strong favorite to win the general election on November 5, 2024. Read More
Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz (TX-SEN)

This Senate seat is currently occupied by Republican U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (CFGF lifetime rating: 91%) who is a 7-time winner of the Defender of Economic Freedom Award. Cruz is a two-term Senator having first been elected in 2012. In 2018, he defeated Beto O’Rourke (D) 50.9% to 48.3%. Cruz is likely to face a challenging general election against Rep. Colin Allred (D-TX)(CFGF Lifetime Average 5%). In 2020, President Trump… Read More
Alex Mooney

Alex Mooney (WV-SEN)

Congressman Alex Mooney has announced he is running for the Republican nomination for United States Senate to challenge Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV – CFGF Lifetime Rating 19%). He faces former Democrat and current governor Jim Justice in the Republican Primary.  While Alex Mooney was busy fighting out-of-control spending in Washington, liberal Jim Justice fought for the largest tax increase in West Virginia history and backed Joe Biden’s runaway spending spree.… Read More
Rick Scott

Rick Scott (FL-SEN)

Current Republican Senator Rick Scott (CFGF Lifetime Rating 85%) is running for a second term in the United States Senate in Florida. In 2022, Florida’s other Senator Marco Rubio (CFGF Lifetime Rating 85%) won his Senate race 57.7% to 41.3% over Val Demings but Senator Scott’s race is expected to be one of the most competitive re-election campaigns for any Senator in the general election on November 5, 2024. President… Read More
Bernie Moreno

Bernie Moreno (OH-SEN)

Pickup Opportunity: This Senate seat is currently occupied by Democrat U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (CFGF lifetime rating: 3%). In 2020, President Trump defeated President Biden in Ohio 53.27% to 45.24%. The primary election is on March 19, 2024. Moreno is the best economic conservative in this competitive GOP Primary and has been leading in the polls. Donald Trump has endorsed Moreno is this Senate race. Read More

U.S. House of Representatives

Scott Baugh

Scott Baugh (CA-47)

Representative Katie Porter (CFGF Lifetime Rating 4%) has announced she is seeking the open United States Senate seat in California following Senator Diane Feinstein’s retirement announcement, thus creating an open House seat in CA-47. The general election will be November 5, 2024. California operates under a jungle primary (June 4) where the top-two finishers, regardless of party affiliation, advance to the general election. Still, a Republican and Democrat are likely… Read More
Brandon Gill

Brandon Gill (TX-26)

Open Republican Seat: This House District has been held by retiring GOP incumbent, Rep. Michael Burgess (CFG Foundation lifetime rating: 81%) since 2003. The Cook PVI in this district is R+13, and it is a safe Republican seat. The primary election is on March 5, 2024, and the runoff election would be held on May 28th if none of the candidates receive over 50%. This is a crowded Republican Primary… Read More
Bo Hines

Bo Hines (NC-06)

Open Seat: North Carolina gained three competitive Congressional Districts through redistricting and Bo Hines is running in the newly drawn 6th Congressional District. The Republican Primary is on March 5, 2024. North Carolina has primary runoff elections if a candidate does not obtain at least 30% of the vote. Trump won the counties within this new district by 15.2% in 2020 and the winner of the GOP Primary will almost… Read More

Governors Races

Mike Braun

Mike Braun (IN-GOV)

Mike Braun is the current U.S. Senator representing Indiana and is now running for the open Governor seat. The current Republican Governor of Indiana is Eric Holcomb, who is term-limited. Indiana is a solidly Republican state and the winner of the GOP Primary will likely win the General Election in November (Trump defeated Biden in Indiana 57.02% to 40.96% in 2020). That is why the primary is so important to… Read More
Daniel Cameron

Daniel Cameron (KY-GOV)

On May 16 Cameron won the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky with 47.7% of the vote in a 12-way primary. The general election will occur on November 7, 2023. The general election is expected to be a very close race, challenging race but one worthy of engaging in due to the upside of defeating a radical liberal incumbent Governor Andy Beshear and replacing him with a solid pro-growth Republican… Read More
Jeff Landry

Jeff Landry (LA-GOV)

On October 14th, 2023, Attorney General Jeff Landry received 51.6% of the vote in Louisiana’s 15-person jungle primary contest. By exceeding 50% of the primary vote, Landry avoided the November 7th, 2023 runoff election and is now the Governor-Elect. Read More
Patrick Morrisey

Patrick Morrisey (WV-GOV)

Morrisey is the Attorney General of West Virginia and is running for Governor. Current Governor Jim Justice is term-limited and this is an open race. He was elected in 2020 after defeating Sam Petsonk 63.8% to 36.2%. Read More

Other Statewide Races

Will Scharf

Will Scharf (MO-AG)

In 2022, the Attorney General position was left vacant when Eric Schmitt was elected to the United States Senate – Missouri’s Governor Parson then appointed his General Counsel Andrew Bailey to serve out the remainder of Schmitt’s term. Bailey is a go-along to get-along RINO with no interest in shrinking the size of government or enacting policies that drive economic growth. Missouri is a deep red state, and the Republican… Read More
Dan Bishop

Dan Bishop (NC-AG)

Dan Bishop (CFGF Lifetime Rating 94%) has announced his campaign for Attorney General in North Carolina. With Democrat incumbent Attorney General Josh Stein running for governor, it sets the stage for a highly competitive campaign for an office historically dominated by Democrats. Dan’s staunch conservatism, national profile, and record of challenging the establishment make him the man to flip this office from blue to red.  Read More
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