Washington, D.C. – Last night’s victories for Tom Tiffany (WI-07) and Mike Garcia (CA-25), both Club for Growth PAC endorsed candidates, show conservatives are energized and turning out to vote for pro-growth candidates.
Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh: “These election results are an early indicator that in the midst of a global pandemic and subsequent economic downturn, voters will respond to candidates that support pro-growth policies like lower taxes and deregulation as opposed to the big-spending, power-grabbing agenda put forward by Pelosi’s Democrats. Just as the Trump Administration’s initial rollback of regulations and tax cuts before the pandemic helped spur a 3% economic growth rate, we need more of these policies and elected officials who support them to right the economy after the devastation caused by the Coronavirus.”
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Statements from Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh on last night’s victories:
“We’d like to congratulate Mike Garcia on running a great campaign and thank our members who helped turn this blue district red and are sending a real, pro-growth conservative to Washington who believes in economic freedom.” – Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh
Club for Growth members contributed almost $60,000 directly to Garcia’s winning campaign through the Club for Growth PAC, and Club for Growth Action spent more than $187,000 for a total of almost $247,000.
“We’d like to congratulate Tom Tiffany and thank all our members for their contributions that helped to bring this principled, pro-growth conservative to Washington.” – Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh
Club for Growth PAC endorsed Tiffany in January. Club for Growth members contributed more than $102,000 directly to Tiffany’s winning campaign through the Club for Growth PAC, and Club for Growth Action spent almost $817,000 for a total of almost $920,000.
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