PAC Endorsed Candidates

The Club for Growth PAC endorsement is the gold standard in identifying limited-government, pro-growth economic conservative candidates for U.S. Congress. The men and women endorsed by the Club’s PAC in 2022 will push the U.S. Congress in a more economically conservative direction.

 

Gubernatorial Candidates

  • Ron DeSantis, Florida
  • Matt Salmon, Arizona

U.S. Senate

Mo Brooks

Mo Brooks (AL-SEN)

This Senate seat is currently occupied by Republican U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (CFGF lifetime rating: 74%) who is not running for re-election. In 2020, President Trump defeated Joe Biden in Alabama 62.03% to 36.57%. Brooks has been endorsed for the Senate by Donald Trump and Senator Rand Paul. Currently, the only declared candidate against Brooks is the former United States Ambassador to Slovenia, Lynda Blanchard. Read More
Ted Budd

Ted Budd (NC-SEN)

This Senate seat is currently occupied by Republican U.S. Senator Richard Burr, who announced his retirement. In 2020, President Trump defeated Joe Biden in North Carolina 49.9% to 48.6%. This Senate race is anticipated to be one of the most important Senate races in America in 2022 as Republicans fight to win back the Senate Majority. Read More
Mike Lee

Mike Lee (UT-SEN)

In 2016, Sen. Lee defeated Misty Snow 54.1% to 45.9%. In 2020, President Trump defeated Joe Biden in Utah 58.2% to 37.7%. Although this is considered a safe Republican seat in the 2022 general election, we cannot leave anything to chance with Democrats outraising Republicans nationwide. Read More
Josh Mandel

Josh Mandel (OH-SEN)

This Senate seat is currently occupied by Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman, who announced his retirement. In 2020, President Trump defeated Joe Biden in Ohio 53.3% to 45.2%. Mandel is expected to face a crowded Republican primary field, including former state party chair Jane Timken. Read More
Rand Paul

Rand Paul (KY-SEN)

In 2016, Senator Paul defeated Jim Gray 57.3 percent to 42.3 percent. In 2020, President Trump defeated Joe Biden in Kentucky 62.1 percent to 36.1 percent. Although this is considered a relatively safe Republican seat in the 2022 general election, last cycle Kentucky Democrat Amy McGrath spent over $90 million trying to defeat Senator Mitch McConnell. Read More

U.S. House

Eric Burlison

Eric Burlison (MO-07)

Current Republican Representative Billy Long (CFGF Lifetime Rating 78%) is running for the open Senate seat in Missouri in 2022, creating an open Congressional seat. In the 2020 election Trump defeated Biden 70% to 28%. The Republican Primary is scheduled for August 2, 2022. Missouri does not have a primary runoff election. The current PVI for MO-07 is R+24. Read More
Max Miller

Max Miller (Ohio)

Max Miller is challenging incumbent Republican Representative Anthony Gonzalez (CFGF lifetime rating: 70%), who is expected to run for reelection. In 2020, President Trump defeated Joe Biden in Ohio’s 16th Congressional District 57% to 42%. Gonzalez is a moderate Republican Representative who has repeatedly voted for massive deficit spending and Big Government policies. In 2021, Gonzalez was one of ten House Republicans that voted to impeach President Trump. Read More
Chip Roy

Chip Roy (TX-21)

In the 2020 election, Trump beat Biden in Texas’ 21st Congressional District 51%-48%. In 2020, Rep. Roy defeated Wendy Davis for his reelection 52% to 45.4%, nearly 30,000 votes. There are no known primary challengers to Rep. Roy at this time, but expect Democrats to spend big to try and flip this House seat. Read More
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