PAC Endorsed Candidates

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U.S. Senate

Steve Daines

Steve Daines (MT-SEN)

Senator Daines is the best economic conservative Senator that faces a competitive challenge in November. He has stood strong in the Senate for conservative priorities like tax reform, fighting for small business tax cuts. And he has stood against bloated federal spending. Though Montana is a Republican-leaning state (56% for Trump in 2016), Democrats are making every effort to take him out, and have recruited a strong challenger. Senator Daines… Read More
Cynthia Lummis

Cynthia Lummis (WY-SEN)

This Senate seat is currently occupied by Republican Senator Mike Enzi, who is retiring. This is the most conservative state in the country. In 2016, President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in Wyoming 68.2% to 21.9%. The PVI is R+25. Read More
Ben Sasse

Ben Sasse (NE-SEN)

Senator Ben Sasse (CFG Lifetime Rating: 97%) is running for reelection in 2020 to his second term. Senator Sasse is one of the strongest free-market conservatives in the US Senate, consistently fighting with President Trump for lower taxes, less regulation, and repeal of Obamacare. It is thus important that conservatives start working early to ensure his reelection to the U.S. Senate in 2020. Sen. Sasse won his primary election on… Read More
Tommy Tuberville

Tommy Tuberville (AL-SEN)

On July 14, Tuberville defeated former Senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions by 20 points in the Alabama Senate Republican primary runoff. Tuberville will now face incumbent Democrat Senator Doug Jones in the General Election. In 2016, Donald Trump easily beat Hillary in Alabama by 62.1% to 34.4%, and the seat is an important pick-up opportunity for Republicans. The PVI is R+14. Read More

U.S. House

Lauren Boebert

Lauren Boebert (CO-03)

This seat is currently occupied by Republican U.S. Representative Scott Tipton (CFGF lifetime rating: 74%). Tipton was defeated by Boebert in the June 30, 2020, Republican primary 55% to 45%. In 2016, President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in this district 52% to 40%. The PVI is R+6. Boebert will face liberal Democrat Diane Mitsch Bush in the General Election this November. Read More
Steve Chabot

Steve Chabot (OH-01)

Congressman Steve Chabot (CFG Lifetime Rating: 91%) is one of the few longtime stalwart economic conservatives in the US House. While he is in a slightly Republican-leaning district (Cook PVI Rating: R+5), he has had many competitive elections in the past, with his latest challenge coming in 2018 when he defeated liberal Aftab Pureval by a little more than four points. The Democrats have targeted Chabot again in 2020, making… Read More
Byron Donalds

Byron Donalds (FL-19)

OPEN REPUBLICAN SEAT: This seat is currently occupied by Republican U.S. Representative Francis Rooney (CFGF lifetime rating: 82%). Rooney is retiring from Congress. The primary election is on August 18, 2020. In 2016, President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in this district 59.6% to 37.5%. The PVI is R+13. Read More
Nick Freitas

Nick Freitas (VA-07)

Republican Pickup Opportunity: Virginia’s 7th Congressional District is one of the most competitive House races in the country. President Trump won this district by 6 points, and Republicans only lost it by a hair in 2018. On July 18, Freitas clinched the Virginia GOP Convention and will now face Democrat freshman Abigail Spanberger in November. Read More
Mike Garcia

Mike Garcia (CA-25)

Open Democrat Seat: On March 3, 2020, Mike Garcia defeated former Representative Steve Knight (CFGF Lifetime Rating – 60%), who served two terms in the House and was supported by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, in the GOP primary to fill the seat of disgraced Democratic Rep. Katie Hill who resigned this past November. Garcia won the special general election on May 12, 2020 giving Republicans their first mid-term pickup… Read More
Matt Gurtler

Matt Gurtler (GA-09)

Open Republican Seat: This seat is left open by Representative Doug Collins (CFGF Lifetime Rating 80%) who is running for the United States Senate. This is one of the most conservative districts in America. In 2016, Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton 77.8% to 19.3%. The PVI is R+31. On June 9th, Gurtler came in first place in the crowded Republican Primary, but fell just a little bit short of avoiding a… Read More
Jeanne Ives

Jeanne Ives (IL-06)

Republican Pickup Opportunity: Illinois’ 6th Congressional District is a lean-Republican seat and is currently held by Democrat Rep. Sean Casten and is considered one of the most competitive congressional seats in the country. Although President Trump lost the district in 2016, Republican Governor Bruce Rauner won the seat by five points in 2018 even though he lost the state as a whole. Read More
Ronny Jackson

Ronny Jackson (TX-13)

This seat is currently occupied by Republican Representative Mac Thornberry (CFGF lifetime rating: 77%). Thornberry is retiring from Congress. This is the most Republican district in the entire country. In 2016, President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in this district 80% to 17%. The PVI is R+33. On July 14, Jackson easily defeated moderate Josh Winegarner to win Texas’ 13th Congressional District runoff and advance to the General Election this November. Read More
Nancy Mace

Nancy Mace (SC-01)

Republican Pickup Opportunity: This seat is currently occupied by Democratic Representative Joe Cunningham (CFGF lifetime rating: NA), who is running for reelection for his 2nd term in the United States House of Representatives. While he does not have an official score, a recent Club for Growth vote analysis shows Rep. Cunningham has voted with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez over 85% of the time. This is a highly competitive race. In 2016, President… Read More
Barry Moore

Barry Moore (AL-02)

This seat is currently occupied by Republican Representative Martha Roby (CFGF lifetime rating: 59%) who is not seeking releection. On July 14, Barry Moore defeated Jeff Coleman to win the Republican primary runoff and advance to the General Election this November.  In 2016, President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in this district 65% to 33%. The PVI is R+16. Read More
Rich McCormick

Rich McCormick (GA-07)

This seat is currently occupied by Republican Representative Rob Woodall (CFGF lifetime rating: 78%). In 2016, President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in this district 51.1% to 44.8%. On June 9th, McCormick won the Republican Primary outright with 55% of the vote. In the General Election, McCormick will face either Carolyn Bourdeaux or Brenda Romero who will face off in a runoff on August 11th. Read More
Terry Neese

Terry Neese (OK-05)

This seat is currently occupied by Democrat U.S. Representative Kendra Horn (CFGF lifetime rating: 19%). Neese faces liberal State Senator Stephanie Bice in the primary runoff election on August 25, 2020. In 2016, President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in this district 53.2% to 39.8%. The PVI is R+10. This race is largely viewed as a top pickup opportunity in the 2020 election among all House races. Read More
Scott Perry

Scott Perry (PA-10)

Thanks to a late redistricting ordered by a Democrat-controlled state Supreme Court, Congressman Perry’s conservative Congressional District became very competitive in 2018, resulting in his toughest ever Congressional reelection fight, which he won by barely over two points. The Democrats’ House campaign arm, the DCCC, has targeted Perry again for defeat in 2020, making it necessary for conservatives to defend this seat from an attempted takeover. Read More
Matt Rosendale

Matt Rosendale (MT-AL)

Montana’s At-Large congressional seat is currently occupied by Republican U.S. Representative Greg Gianforte (CFG lifetime: 57%), who is running for Governor of Montana, creating an open seat.  President Trump won Montana by a whopping 20 points against Hillary Clinton.  On June 2nd, Rosendale won the Republican Primary and will face former Democratic state lawmaker Kathleen Williams in the General Election this November.   Read More
Chip Roy

Chip Roy (TX-21)

Congressman Chip Roy was first elected in 2018, defeating his Democrat opponent by a close margin of 50.2%-47.6% even though his district had voted for Trump in 2016 by more than 10 points. Roy has been targeted for defeat by the Democrats in 2020, and thus it’s crucial that conservatives get behind Roy to defend him from another attempt at this seat.  Read More
David Schweikert

David Schweikert (AZ-06)

Congressman David Schweikert (CFG Lifetime Rating: 96%) was elected in the Tea Party wave election of 2010, and has been a strong, pro-growth conservative voice and vote ever since. Though Schweikert’s Congressional District voted for Trump by 10 points in 2016, Schweikert himself had his closest Congressional re-election race ever in 2018, making it vitally important that conservatives rally to back his campaign in the 2020 cycle. Read More
Ross Spano

Ross Spano (FL-15)

Rep. Ross Spano is running for reelection in 2020 to his second term. Though this district is a lean Republican seat, Spano only won the seat by six points last cycle. Spano’s Democrat opponents have already raised a lot of money, making it important for Spano to close the fundraising gap in order for Republicans to keep this seat. Read More
Victoria Spartz

Victoria Spartz (IN-05)

Open Republican Seat: This seat is currently occupied by Republican Representative Susan Brooks (CFGF lifetime rating: 60%) who is not seeking releection. In 2016, President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in this district 53% to 41%. The PVI is R+9. On June 2nd, Spartz won the Republican Primary decisively and will now face former Democratic state Rep. Christina Hale in the General Election this November. Read More
Tom Tiffany

Tom Tiffany (WI-07)

Open Republican Seat: The seat is currently vacant and previously occupied by Republican Representative Sean Duffy. President Trump in 2016 won this Republican-leaning district 58% to 37%. Tom Tiffany won the Republican Primary by 15 points in February. Tiffany won against liberal Democrat Tricia Zunker in the special general election on May 12 and will be sworn into Congress right away. Read More
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CLUB FOR GROWTH PAC ENDORSES TERRY NEESE (OK-05)

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Club for Growth PAC announced the endorsement of businesswoman Terry Neese in Oklahoma’s 5th Congressional District. “Terry Neese...