U.S. senate, AlabamaDONATE
Katie has helped lead the charge to successfully identify good, conservative judges for the federal bench across Alabama, as well as working the confirmation of Associate Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. Most recently, as president and CEO of Alabama’s business council, Katie has been working to grow Alabama jobs, strengthen the state’s business community, and stand up for small businesses, a passion first instilled by her parents, both small business owners in the Wiregrass. At the business council, Katie has helped advance free-market principles that support job growth and prosperity for all Alabamians. She also serves on numerous committees and task forces, including the Alabama Wildlife Federation Board of Directors. Katie volunteers her time to a multitude of civic, educational, and leadership organizations, as well.
Florida's 15th DistrictDONATE
Laurel announced her candidacy for Congressional District 15 after serving three and a half years in the DeSantis administration, noting that while it had been an honor serving Governor DeSantis as Secretary of State, she is ready to return home to Tampa and ask her community for support in her bid to be a conservative voice in Congress. Laurel knows that Florida needs leaders in Congress who will stand up for them and for conservative values and principles. As a former judge and prosecutor, Laurel has worked side-by-side with law enforcement to enforce and uphold the laws of our state and has an unwavering commitment to the brave men and women of law enforcement who serve and protect every day.
Indiana's 9th DistrictDONATE
Erin served as a member of the Senate Committees on Commerce & Technology, Elections, Family & Children Services, Homeland Security & Transportation, Utilities, and Veterans Affairs & the Military. She has a proven record of passing legislation to protect the unborn, defend our second amendment rights, and support law enforcement. She has only supported honestly balanced budgets, aggressively fought tax increases, and expanded broadband access in rural areas.
Oregon’s 5th District DONATE
Honest, accomplished, and committed, Lori Chavez-DeRemer was Mayor of Happy Valley from 2010-2018 where she led Oregon’s fastest-growing community. As Mayor, Lori presided over important changes in the city, making it more business-friendly, offering more affordable housing options for families, and a safe place to build a career and raise a family. Her most important job, she’ll tell you, is being a mom and a small businesswoman. She’s married to her high school sweetheart, Dr. Shawn DeRemer. Lori’s public service career began in 2002, serving on the Happy Valley Parks Committee, where she helped build the Happy Valley 4th of July Festival that it is today. Later she won a seat on the Happy Valley City Council and became City Council President. She was elected to Mayor in 2010, becoming Happy Valley’s first female and Latina elected mayor.
Monica De La Cruz
Texas' 15th DistrictDONATE
Monica is running for Congress to be the 15th districts powerful voice in Washington that will honor promises made and stand up for Texas values. Monica De La Cruz grew up in the Rio Grande Valley in the border town of Brownsville, TX. Monica and her brother were raised by a single mom, Norma Alicia. She had a simple life that was built around faith, hard work and family. Her mother raised her with a strong love of country as her grandfather served in the Navy in WWII and her brother served honorably twenty years in the Air Force.
Virginia's 2nd District DONATE
Jen Kiggans is a State Senator, geriatric nurse practitioner, U.S. Navy veteran, mother, Navy wife, and Republican candidate for Congress in Virginia’s 2nd District. Before beginning her service in the U.S. Navy in 1995, Jen earned a degree in International Relations from Boston University and taught English in public high schools in Matsuyama, Japan. Jen then served for ten years in the U.S. Navy, completing two deployments to the Persian Gulf as an H-46 and H-3 helicopter pilot. In 2019, Jen was elected to the Virginia State Senate representing District 7, which includes parts of both Virginia Beach and Norfolk. In Richmond, Jen has stood up to the liberal one-party rule and has been a champion for veterans, active duty military, the unborn, seniors, patients, and working families.
Wyoming's At-large DistrictDONATE
Hageman is a deep-rooted Wyomingite. Raised on a ranch near Fort Laramie, she grew up understanding the value of hard work, integrity, self-sufficiency, and honesty. For the last 20 years, she has been fighting back against Federal agencies that try to usurp Wyoming’s resident’s rights with overbearing regulations. Hageman has never allowed her Conservative values to be shaken in the face of Left-Wing ideologues. As an attorney, she’s battled Bill Clinton’s attempt to block access to one-third of Wyoming’s National Forest Lands, stopped the EPA's efforts to take control of the irrigation infrastructure and operations, blocked the USDA from forcing the livestock producers to use radio-frequency ear tags, and more. Now she is ready to fight for Wyomingites in Congress.
Rep. Debbie Lesko
Arizona's 8th District DONATE
As a fiscal conservative, Debbie understands the effects of high taxes on the families of CD-08. Debbie has an impressive political background. Debbie served in the Arizona House from 2008-2012. In 2012 she began serving in the Arizona Senate. She was the Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee and member of the Health and Rule Committees. In 2016, Debbie worked on Pension Reform for firefighters and police officers. She then worked on the first ESA vouchers in the country. Debbie also worked on a historic tax reform that lowered taxes for consumers and business owners. Congresswoman Lesko serves as Maggie's List Congressional Chair!
Rep. Amata Radewagen
Rep. Amata Radewagen is the first woman to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives from American Samoa. Congresswoman Amata serves on the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, the Member of the House Committee on Small Business, and the House Natural Resources Committee. In her capacity on these committees, she legislates, conducts oversight of laws and Departments in the Administration, and proposes policies and programs. She is active on issues of health, education, welfare, political status, and all economic and social programs concerning the U.S. Territories.
Rep. Young Kim
California's 40th DistrictDONATE
Young Kim narrowly lost her 2018 congressional bid in one of the tightest, most watched races in the country and is now seeking a rematch with Democrat Gil Cisneros. Kim’s candidacy gives House Republicans the best opportunity to win back a California House seat. As a leader in the Asian- American community, Young has the ability to attract cross-over votes from this key and fast-growing voter base.
Rep. Michelle Steel
California's 45th DistrictDONATE
Michelle is running for Congress to be Orange County’s strong voice in Washington that will honor promises made and stand up for Orange County’s values. Michelle is a public servant, mother and proven tax-fighter who wants to make a difference and help those in need. She successfully ran for the California State Board of Equalization, the very agency that showed her how broken our political system is.
Rep. Lauren Boebert
Colorado's 3rd DistrictDONATE
U.S. Congresswoman Lauren Boebert is serving her first term as the Representative for Colorado’s Third Congressional District. She is on the Natural Resources and Budget Committees, is co-chair of the Congressional Second Amendment Caucus, and after only a few months, was elected to the Executive Board as the Communications Chair of the House Freedom Caucus and was also appointed to serve on the Future of American Freedoms Task Force. A 35-year-old, citizen legislator from Rifle, Colorado, she never held public office prior to her 2020 victory and is the first woman, first mother, and youngest ever to represent the District. Congresswoman Boebert is active in her church and spent years as a volunteer, counseling and assisting at-risk women at the local jail with reentering society and becoming contributing members in their communities.
Rep. Kat Cammack
Florida's 3rd DistrictDONATE
Kat Cammack is a small business owner who grew up on a cattle ranch, a third generation sandblaster, an alumnus of the United States Naval War College, and the longtime former Deputy Chief of Staff and Campaign Manager to Congressman Ted Yoho. As a staunch defender of our second amendment rights, she sits on the board of the Friends of the Alachua County NRA, and as an advocate for our communities, she also is President of the Newberry Jonesville Chamber of Commerce. As a fierce advocate for President Donald Trump, she joined the 2016 Woman for Trump Bus Tour.
Rep. Maria Salazar
Florida's 27th DistrictDONATE
Born in Miami’s Little Havana to Cuban parents, who emigrated to the United States, fleeing Cuba due to the arrival of Fidel Castro to power. With only five dollars in their pockets, the pursuit for freedom and the American dream was instilled in María Elvira Salazar at an early age by her parents. While being raised in Miami and Puerto Rico, Salazar listened as her parents told stories of the oppressive communist regime from which they escaped. In her career Salazar has interviewed a wide range of social and political leaders, including Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Alvaro Uribe, Jose Maria Aznar, Vicente Fox, Juan Manuel Santos, Augusto Pinochet and Nicolas Maduro. Salazar resides in Miami with her daughters and her husband. She is currently a regular guest on various local and national news programs.
Rep. Mary Miller
Illinois' 15th DistrictDONATE
Mary Miller is a mother, grandmother, farmer, business manager and educator. She is running for Congress to fight for our Midwestern values of faith, family and freedom. Washington D.C. won't change Mary Miller. She is running to change Washington. Mary understands that the socialism being pushed by radical elites will take our country backward. Socialism will bankrupt our nation and not only limit our ability to take care of our own citizens, but also limit our ability to assist developing nations. A stronger America is better for Americans and better for the world at large.
Rep. Victoria Spartz
Indiana's 5th DistrictDONATE
Victoria is a natural leader who has a proven track record in the business world, civic organizations and the public sector. In many ways, she embodies the American Dream: born overseas, immigrating to the United States 20 years ago after meeting her husband, a born and raised Hoosier, on a train in Europe, becoming a US Citizen, and working her way up from bank teller to a CPA, finance executive and successful business owner.
Rep. Ashley Hinson
Iowa's 1st DistrictDONATE
As a news reporter, Ashley Hinson shared the stories of countless Iowans. Now running for Congress in Iowa’s 1st district, Ashley is honored to share hers. Ashley is a current Iowa House representative, a former award-winning journalist and a proud mom. An Iowa native, Ashley is the first woman to represent Iowa’s 67th district, which covers Hiawatha, Robins, Cedar Rapids and Marion, where she currently resides. Ashley has worked successfully to balance the budget, cut taxes and protect the most vulnerable in her community. A firm believer in common sense leadership, she has worked across the aisle to help fund school infrastructure while providing direct property tax relief to Iowans.
Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks
Iowa's 2nd DistrictDONATE
Mariannette Miller-Meeks ran for Congress because the people of Iowa deserved someone who will never quit fighting for them, their future and the future of their American dream. As a senator, military veteran and doctor, she spent my entire life fighting to protect Iowa values. Her father was a Master Sergeant in the United States Air Force who often worked extra jobs, sometimes two or three, to support our family. She originally dreamed of becoming a teacher because she loved school and wanted to share my passion for learning with others.
Rep. Lisa McClain
Michigan's 10th DistrictDONATE
Lisa McClain will bring a tough practical business approach to Congress. Business leader and conservative outsider Lisa McClain for Congress in Michigan’s 10th District. Lisa McClain serves as Senior Vice President of Hantz Group, a Southeastern Michigan based company that she helped to start and build from the ground up. She has played a major role in building the company to over 700 current employees and 50,000 plus clients. Hantz Group has over twenty-five offices, with three locations in the 10th Congressional District.
Rep. Michelle Fischbach
Minnesota's 7th DistrictDONATE
Michelle Fischbach is a trailblazer and a proven conservative leader. Fischbach recently served as the 49th Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota, being elevated to that position following the resignation of the previous Lieutenant Governor. She was the first woman in Minnesota history to serve as President of the Minnesota Senate. She was first elected to the Minnesota Senate in 1996 and served until 2018
Rep. Ann Wagner
Missouri's 2nd DistrictDONATE
Congresswoman Ann Wagner, representing Missouri's 2nd Congressional Distirct, is a trusted, conservative leader. She served as U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg before serving Missouri’s second district which is based in St. Louis County. She has also served as Chairwoman of the Missouri GOP and as co-chair of the Republican National Committee. Congresswoman Wagner has authored the Retail Investor Protection Act, legislation to protect access to affordable investments for middle class families.
New York's 11th DistrictDONATE
Nicole Malliotakis was elected to the United States House of Representatives in November 2020, defeating an incumbent Democrat by more than 18,000 votes. She currently serves as Assistant Whip for the House Republican Conference and on the House Transportation and Infrastructure and Foreign Affairs committees. Congresswoman Malliotakis is the Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on International Development, International Organizations and Global Corporate Social Impact. She was also chosen to serve on the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis. As the representative for New York’s 11th Congressional District, Nicole is focused on government accountability and transparency, supporting law enforcement, securing our nation’s borders and combating the spread of socialism.
Rep. Elise Stefanik
New York's 21 DistrictDONATE
The first from her immediate family to graduate college, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik understands how a quality education is the basis for a strong economy and work force. During her time in office, Congresswoman Stefanik has been extremely involved. She has served on the Armed Services Committee, the Committee on Education and the Workforce, and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Congresswoman Stefanik is the youngest woman in history to be elected to the United States Congress.
Rep. Claudia Tenney
New York's 22nd DistrictDONATE
Claudia Tenney is an attorney, businesswoman and advocate for the 22nd District. Her insight into public service has been shaped by experiences beyond politics, including juggling the demands of running a small business while raising her son as a single mother. Claudia was elected to Congress in November 2016 to represent New York’s 22nd District which encompasses eight counties in Upstate New York. Prior to her election to Congress, Claudia represented portions of the 22nd District for six years in the New York State Assembly. Claudia graduated from Colgate University and the Taft College of Law at the University of Cincinnati.
Rep. Virginia Foxx
North Carolina's 5th DistrictDONATE
Congresswoman Virginia Foxx is a strong voice for North Carolina values and is a champion of conservative ideas. She is well-known for fighting to rein in wasteful government spending, reduce the national debt and jump start economic growth. Virginia believes that we need to get government out of the way by slashing burdensome taxes and red-tape. She knows that low taxes and American innovation will put more Americans back to work.
Rep. Stephanie Bice
Oklahoma's 5th DistrictDONATE
In a few short years, Stephanie Bice has earned a reputation as one of Oklahoma’s most effective conservative leaders. Elected to the State Senate in 2014, Stephanie served for two years as Assistant Majority Floor Leader in the Oklahoma Senate and is Chair of Senate Finance Committee. Stephanie modernized Oklahoma’s liquor laws by engineering the first overhaul since 1959 when prohibition was repealed in Oklahoma. Hailed as a victory for consumers and for economic development, Stephanie’s efforts have expanded opportunities in Oklahoma. Now locally owned businesses can sell their products on-site resulting in dozens of new breweries, wineries and distilleries opening across the state and creating approximately 5000 new jobs.
Rep. Kay Granger
Texas' 12th DistrictDONATE
Kay Granger represents Texas’ 12th Congressional district with the same strong, conservative Texas values that she brought to Washington when she was first elected in 1996. Granger’s collegial but assertive style has made her an effective voice in Washington and enabled her to promote the interests of District 12. Her legislative prowess and ability to get things done, widely respected by both policy makers and influencers in Washington alike, led to her recognition by CQ’s Roll Call as one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Congress.
Rep. Beth Van Duyne
Texas' 24th DistrictDONATE
Beth is single, working-mother of two amazing kids. Every day, she reminds them that we live in the greatest state, in the greatest nation, in the history of the world. Where else, but the United States, could a girl leave home at the age of 17, put herself through college, become the first female Mayor of her hometown, and then be asked to serve America in a presidential administration? Beth Van Duyne is running for Congress because she knows the people of the 24th District deserve to have a strong, principled voice in Congress. When asked what prompted her to run for public office; the answer is simple – her children. We live in a very fragile time for our nation, our families, and the future of the American Dream.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers
Washington's 5th DistrictDONATE
As the highest ranking republican woman in Congress, Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers main priorities include agriculture, rural health care, hydropower and veterans. The congresswoman is a proponent for implementing new technologies for our military and government as a way of making a stronger national security and more efficient government. Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers is the founder and co-chair of the Congressional Military Family Caucus. She also served on the House Armed Services Committee.
Rep. Carol Miller
West Virginia's 3rd District DONATE
As a small business owner, farmer, and job creator, Carol has seen first hand how the taxes and regulation from Washington DC hurt West Virginia families and businesses. As a State Delegate, she's protected our Second Amendment rights and fought for good-paying jobs that West Virginians deserve. As a wife, mother, and grandmother, Carol has raised her family with our Christian values and worked to help those most in need in our community.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Sarah Huckabee Sanders served as White House Press Secretary for President Donald J. Trump from 2017 to 2019. A trusted confidant of the President, Sarah advised him on everything from press and communications strategy to personnel and policy. For two and a half years, Sarah worked closely with the president, battling with the media, working with lawmakers and CEOs, and accompanying the president on every foreign trip, including dozens of meetings with foreign leaders. Sarah is only the third woman – and the very first mom – to ever hold the job of White House Press Secretary.
Lieutenant Governor, ARDONATE
Leslie is the 56th Attorney General of Arkansas, a position Rutledge has held since January 13, 2015. She is the first Republican and woman to hold the position. Her proudest moment as Arkansas’s Attorney General was when Arkansas was rated the most pro-life state in the country. Her office has fought hard over the past seven years, and she will ensure our pro-life and pro-family values remain protected from assaults from the far-left. She has fought government overreach continually since becoming Arkansas' Attorney General. She has also stood up for our Law Enforcement and taken steps to protect the rights and needs of Veterans.
Attorney General, IowaDONATE
Brenna Bird understands the importance of preserving the freedoms that Iowans expect. As the elected County Attorney for Guthrie County since 2018, Brenna has helped keep Iowa families safe by getting criminals off the street, advocating for victims of crime, and standing up for law enforcement. Brenna has been a prosecutor since 2016 and county attorneys have recognized her leadership throughout Iowa who have chosen her as President-elect of the Iowa County Attorney Association. Brenna believes Iowans have never been in greater need of an attorney general who will fight back against Biden’s radical agenda, protect the rights of Iowans and stand up for the rule of law – and that is why she’s running to be Attorney General of the State of Iowa.
Lieutenant Governor, VA DONATE
Winsome was elected to a majority Black legislative district! No other Republican has done that in Virginia since 1865: She consequently also became the first (and still only) Black Republican woman elected to the House, the first female veteran, and the first legal immigrant woman. Winsome is running to preserve the Republican Party principles of maintaining our values of human life and dignity, equal opportunity, protecting our Second Amendment rights, less taxes, encouraging entrepreneurship, and educational choice. Winsome understands the importance of expanding the Republican Party of Virginia to include new voters, such as building relationships with the Hispanic community and bringing conservative African Americans into the Republican Party.
State Treasurer, ArizonaDONATE
Born and raised in Arizona, Kimberly Yee is a small business owner who comes from a family of small business owners. Her grandparents immigrated to Arizona in the 1930s and opened the New State Market grocery store in Phoenix, building a successful business and community landmark that operated for over 60 years. After witnessing the “tax and spend” destruction of California in her early career, Kimberly returned to Arizona committed to ensuring her home state kept the conservative values that allowed her family to thrive, becoming a grassroots Republican Precinct Committeeman and Republican Legislative District Chair in the West Valley and hitting the streets, engaging with her neighbors, and knocking on doors to flip her district’s voter registration advantage to becoming a Republican majority ever since.
Attorney General, FloridaDONATE
Attorney General Ashley Moody, a fifth generation Floridian, was born and raised in Plant City, Florida. She began her legal career with the law firm of Holland & Knight where she practiced commercial litigation. In her spare time, she volunteered assisting domestic violence victims seeking protection in court. In 2006, at the age of thirty-one, Attorney General Moody became the youngest judge in Florida when she was elected Circuit Court Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in Hillsborough County. She currently serves as the Chair of Florida’s Statewide Council on Human Trafficking and is leading efforts against the unlawful federal vaccine mandates, the lack of border enforcement by federal officials, and the harmful actions of Big Tech. General Moody is a tireless advocate and champion in protecting Floridians and their rights.
Jeanette M. Nuñez
Lieutenant Governor, FLDONATE
Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Jeanette M. Nuñez is the first Hispanic female to be elected Lieutenant Governor of Florida. As Lieutenant Governor, she oversees crucial areas like the Florida Department of Health, as well as serving as the Chair of Space Florida. She also serves as the Chair of Florida’s Cybersecurity Advisory Council and the Statewide Council on Human Trafficking. Prior to being elected Lieutenant Governor, she served in the Florida House of Representatives from 2010 – 2018, spending her final two years as the House Speaker Pro Tempore. Lieutenant Governor Nuñez also developed an impressive background in the health care sector before entering public office. As a first-generation American and the daughter of Cuban immigrants, she embodies the American dream and has dedicated her life to serving her fellow Floridians.
Gov. Kim Reynolds
Kim Reynolds understands the challenges families face because she’s faced them herself. A fifth-generation Iowan, she grew up in a working-class family in St. Charles, Iowa. A recognized leader in state and local issues, Kim served as county treasurer and state senator before becoming Lieutenant Governor and Governor. As Lt. Governor, she served as the chairwoman of the National Lt. Governors Association. In this role, she led nationwide discussions on policy, economic development, and issues affecting states across the country. Kim has made Iowa a national leader in STEM education; and she’s led economic development trade missions to China, Germany, South Korea, Vietnam, the Philippines and Thailand, working towards increased exports, more foreign direct investment and new jobs for Iowa.
U.S. Senate, AlaskaDONATE
Kelly exposed waste, fraud, and abuse; protected civil liberties and privacy; and investigated official misconduct in the Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, and 17 Intelligence Community agencies. Kelly believes that Alaska's Senate Seat isn't something that should be passed down like a family heirloom. As one of Alaska's representatives in Washington Kelly will always put our citizens first and FIGHT for Alaska Values. That means better jobs, fairer trade deals and no more sweetheart deals for DC Insiders.
Rep. Vicky Hartzler
U.S. Senate, Missouri DONATE
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler works hard for her constituents in MO-04. As a member of the Budget committee she and her colleagues crafted a budget that balances in 10 years without raising taxes, and in the Agriculture Committee worked to draft and pass the 5 year Farm Bill. During her time in Congress, Vicky has focused on creating economic prosperity for our families, advancing the missions of Ft. Leonard Wood and Whiteman Airforce Base, and restoring the American Dream for all citizens.
U.S. Senate, OhioDONATE
Jane Timken is running to represent the state of Ohio in the U.S. Senate and is committed to protecting Ohio jobs, families, and the Buckeye way of life! A proud native of the Buckeye State and mother of two, Jane Timken is devoted to Ohio and Ohioans, volunteering for many organizations, and sitting on several boards. Jane was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and today calls Stark County home with her husband, Tim.
U.S. Senate, Washington DONATE
Tiffany Smiley is running for US Senate to help families across the country achieve their American Dream. Her family's American Dream was nearly shattered back in 2005 when her husband Scotty was severely wounded by a suicide bomber in Iraq. Since that day she’s made it her mission to ensure he got the care he deserved. Tiffany also works with women in business, helping them shatter barriers, and encouraging them to never let life’s challenges stop them from realizing their dreams and their full potential. Now, Tiffany Smiley is running for the United States Senate to take that same fight and optimistic spirit to help Washington families achieve their American Dreams.
Tanya Contreras Wheeless
Arizona's 4th DistrictDONATE
Tanya Wheeless loves life, she loves people, she loves solving problems, and she loves Arizona! A valley native, she was born to teen parents, and is the granddaughter of Mexican immigrants. She grew up in a working class family that often struggled, but despite the challenges she learned the importance of faith, family, hard work, and personal responsibility. Driven by the desire to create a better life for herself, Tanya worked from the time she was fourteen. She earned an academic scholarship to put herself through Arizona State University, becoming the first person in her family to graduate from college. She went on to graduate from ASU Law with distinction earning a job at one of the nation’s top law firms
California's 6th DistrictDONATE
Tamika Hamilton was born in Calvert County Maryland in 1984. Estranged from her father and born to an underage mother, Tamika was raised by her grandparents who were military veterans and farmers by trade. Hamilton credits her grandparents for instilling her with the importance of public service. Upon graduating from high school, she enlisted in the United States Air Force, where she served for over 14 years. Hamilton was deployed twice during Operation Enduring Freedom. Hamilton’s workin her community is what inspired her to run for Congress and make a difference in California’s 3rd district.
Colorado's 8th DistrictDONATE
Barb Kirkmeyer has built a record as a conservative fighter who wins as the state senator from District 23, encompassing Broomfield and portions of Weld and Larimer counties and as a 20-year Weld County Commissioner. In her first year as a state senator, Barb was able to pass 17 bills to promote economic and personal freedom and improve Coloradans’ safety and quality of life, in spite of the Democrats’ advantage in the chamber. Senator Kirkmeyer serves on the Senate Education, Senate Health and Human Services and Senate Local Government Committees. As a Weld County Commissioner for 20 years, Kirkmeyer pursued a strong conservative agenda, leaving Weld County as Colorado’s only large, debt-free county. She also helped coordinate an effort to make Weld County a Second Amendment sanctuary from liberal assaults on gun rights.
Florida's 13th DistrictDONATE
As an infant, Makki and her family escaped an oppressive religious regime in Iran after the Revolution in 1979, to come to America. With the little resources they could quickly scrape together, they escaped to come to the Land of Opportunity, where anyone with a dream and a good work ethic could become successful. While Makki’s father studied to become a surgeon, her mother was a childcare provider and delivered Yellow Pages to provide the family’s income. Makki witnessed her parents drive to succeed and commitment to the American Dream, which motivated her to start working at the young age of 15.
Florida's 15th DistrictDONATE
After graduating, Jackie became a Licensed Professional Engineer and worked on several transportation plans in the Tampa Bay area, including master plans for the University of South Florida and Hillsborough Community College, as well as Hillsborough County’s Long Range Transportation Plan, the Florida Aviation Systems, and the 2012 Olympic bid process. Recognized professionally as a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) and the recipient of the 2002 Florida State Institute of Transportation Engineer of the Year, she has made great strides in her field and has a unique perspective on solving Tampa’s infrastructure and transportation challenges. Today, she works at NUE Urban Concepts.
Georgia’s 2nd DistrictDONATE
Vivian is a former Congressional District Chairman, where she oversaw 24 counties. Vivian has traveled the world, both as a daughter and as a wife of retired military veterans. She was recognized as one of Middle Georgia's Finest by the “I Think I Am foundation.” She served as chairman of the Georgia Black Republican Council and as a Director on the National Diversity Coalition for Trump. Vivian was a Surrogate and Grassroots Liaison on Trump Georgia's State-Wide Leadership Committee and is assisting farmers, across the county, on initiatives. She served as Middle Georgia Republican Women Charter President; as Georgia Federation of Republican Women Parliamentarian & Rules Chair; served on the National Federation of Republican Women Public Relations Committee, Protocol & Distinguished Guests Committee, and as the Diversity Committee Chair.
Georgia's 6th DistrictDONATE
Suzi Voyles is a long-time resident of Sandy Springs, in the heart of the 6th District. She is a wife, a mother and a grandmother who loves this country and believes that it is time to make some changes in Washington. Suzi believes as an educator, we need to return to strong academics in our schools and stop indoctrinating our children. She dedicated twenty years of her life to managing elections and making sure that they were void of fraud and abuse. She believes the people of Georgia deserve someone who will uphold their values and fight on their behalf. Suzi knows that her faith, strong work ethic, and continued vigilance over our Constitutional freedoms is a matter of stewardship necessary to preserve our liberties.
Illinois' 13th DistrictDONATE
With experience as an educator, small business owner, and active philanthropist in Decatur - Regan is working to foster community development and individual success. Regan believes we need common sense government that honors individual freedoms and the ability to create a life full of opportunity. Washington’s one size fits all solution to the problems facing working families in Illinois are doing more harm than good and progressive Democrats are out of control when it comes to trying to insert more government into the day to day lives of Illinoisans. Regan supports safe neighborhoods, great schools, growing economies, and a desire to reignite the American spirit. She is seeking support to return government to the hands of responsible and invested leaders who focus on moving America forward.
Esther Joy King
Illinois' 17th DistrictDONATE
Esther Joy King is a leader who has a heart to serve. She learned the value of serving from her parents who were missionaries on the US-Mexico border. Although her family did not have much, they were generous to those who were less fortunate. As Esther grew up, she learned the importance of helping people. Today Esther is an entrepreneur and practices law in East Moline focusing on real estate for economic development. Esther understands the genuine struggles of making ends meet in the face of a dysfunctional government, which is a catalyst for why Esther wants to serve you in Congress.
Indiana's 1st District DONATE
Jennifer-Ruth Green continues to serve her fellow citizens in the United States Air Force Air Reserve Component and is now running to represent her fellow Hoosiers in Congress. A battle-proven leader, a trailblazer, and a selfless servant, Jennifer-Ruth Green is a candidate for Indiana’s First Congressional District. Her continued experience of over twenty years of military service and her non-profit work throughout Northwest Indiana has prepared her to fight on behalf of the Region in Washington, D.C.
Indiana's 7th DistrictDONATE
Angela was first attracted to come to America because she knew it was the best place for her family to put down roots. Right now, families are being crushed by high gas prices, runaway inflation, and exploding violent crime. Everything she does in Congress will be with Hoosier families front of mind. She has watched as America slowly becomes like the USSR. From one-party control to censorship to the destruction of our core values, and rapidly deteriorating economic conditions, America is going down the wrong path. Angela knows because she’s lived it and experienced it firsthand. That’s why Angela feels an obligation to step up and run for Congress.
Kansas’ 3rd DistrictDONATE
Amanda L. Adkins is a leader in business innovation, a mother, and healthcare champion. For the past 15 years, Adkins worked as an executive at Cerner Corporation, a global Kansas City-based healthcare and information technology company. Adkins is the former chairwoman of the Kansas Republican Party, where she achieved unprecedented election success while serving two terms from 2009-2013. In this capacity, Adkins led a “Clean Sweep” in the 2010 election cycle winning all Federal and statewide races. The KS GOP also increased their majority in the Kansas Legislature gaining 16 seats during this time. Her tenure in politics is marked by the promotion of women in leadership positions.
Maryland's 3rd DistrictDONATE
When Morgan’s father was five years old, he sold gum in Mexico to help support his family. Morgan’s mother fled civil war in El Salvador and later met Morgan’s dad in east Texas. Morgan was born four years later. The “American Dream” gave Yuripzy’s parents and their family an avenue for a better life, and she hopes to improve conditions in Maryland and across the nation with this mindset.
Maryland 2nd DistrictDONATE
Nicolee Ambrose is running for election to the U.S. House to represent Maryland's 2nd Congressional District. Ambrose is the president & CEO of The Ambrose Group, LLC. She previously worked as vice president of a labor firm, an employment law firm, and a Fortune 500 membership association. She also served as a presidential appointee at the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment Standards Administration (DOL) from 2002 to 2008. Ambrose was first elected to serve as the national committeewoman for the Republican Party of Maryland in 2012. She previously served as chairwoman of the Maryland Young Republicans (2005-2007) and as Secretary of the Young Republicans National Federal.
Nevada's 3rd DistrictDONATE
April Becker is a true Nevada success story. As a working mom with young children, April put herself through college and law school. She earned her Juris Doctor from William Boyd School of Law, and her B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice from UNLV. April Becker is the founding partner at the law firm April Becker & Associates and is a top-rated business litigator & real estate attorney. April has built her business right in Southern Nevada. In her spare time, April enjoys traveling, community involvement, and spending time with her family. They enjoy giving back to the Las Vegas community they call home.
New Mexico's 3rd DistrictDONATE
Martinez-Johnson’s career has been focused on ensuring high environmental standards in the Permian Basin while making sure energy was produced and jobs were kept so that New Mexico can thrive. Alexis knows how to protect our environment, while also ensuring that we protect our economy. Alexis traces her ancestry back to Otis, in Eddy County. Her grandfather was a career man at the Parks and Recreation Department in Roswell, while her grandmother retired later in her career as custodial staff. It was by their example and these humble beginnings that Alexis was able to achieve the American Dream, and is working hard so that all of New Mexico can achieve the same.
New York's 20th DistrictDONATE
Liz grew up in the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New York. When her husband was Active-Duty Medical Corps, she began to fully appreciate the magnitude of freedoms we have in America. She has witnessed first-hand sacrifices military men and women endured to maintain these freedoms on a daily basis. Since that time, Liz has actively spoken and written about the importance of fighting for our constitutional freedoms and amendments. In Congress, she will fight to regain our country from the radical left that is completely out of touch with the average person. She is a fiscal conservative that believes in smaller government and personal freedoms.
North Carolina's 2nd DistrictDONATE
Christine is running for Congress to bring bold ideas, common sense, and her public service experience and leadership to serve North Carolina families, businesses, and communities. Raised in a proud military family where she saw firsthand the bravery of those who selflessly serve this great Nation. Christine shares your values of family, faith, and freedom. Her personal background and professional experience have laid a strong foundation for her to understand your priorities and be well-positioned to create effective solutions and policies for the problems facing North Carolina and America today. As an Army wife at Fort Bragg, she earned her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice from Fayetteville State University, a Historically Black University. Christine then worked hard to earn her Master’s in Public Policy while taking care of premature twins.
North Carolina's 4th DistrictDONATE
Courtney Geels is running for election to the U.S. House to represent North Carolina's 4th Congressional District. She is on the ballot in the general election on November 8, 2022. She advanced from the Republican primary on May 17, 2022. Coming from generations of native North Carolinians, she has always wanted to play a role in making her home state a place for people to live, work, and retire. With a background in nursing, her care for the community along with interest and desire to help others led her to pursue a B.S. in Nursing and a career in providing compassionate and quality health care to patients in and out of North Carolina, including emergency and trauma medicine.
Madison Gesiotto Gilbert
Ohio's 13th DistrictDONATE
Madison Gesiotto Gilbert is a Christian small business owner, attorney, and wife who is running for Congress to stop government overspending, put an end to the national crime wave occurring across the country, stop the flow of deadly drugs into our communities, secure our southern border and put Ohio’s small businesses and working-class families first. As a small business owner, Madison knows first-hand how Big Government, burdensome regulations, an unfair tax code and historically high inflation hurts working families and Ohio’s economy. She is running for Congress to give a voice to Ohioans who have been ignored by their elected officials.
Pennsylvania's 7th DistrictDONATE
Lisa Scheller is a trailblazer in the world of business and a successful reformer in public service, embracing both roles with a sense of humanity and purpose. In 2011, alarmed by a Lehigh County tax increase, Lisa ran on a reform message and was elected to the Lehigh County Board of Commissioners, where she successfully led efforts to cut taxes every year, saving taxpayers over 41 million dollars. She served as board chair for two years. Lisa gained a reputation as a fiscally conservative fighter who advocated for spending restraint, lower taxes, job creation, and an end to special-interest giveaways. As a commissioner, reduced property taxes and streamlined government operations while keeping a close and skeptical eye on new spending.
Tennessee's 5th DistrictDONATE
In her time as the State Representative of the 56th District, Beth worked her way up from the Chairwoman of the House Commerce Committee to House Republican Caucus Whip, eventually becoming the first woman to serve as Speaker of the House in Tennessee and the entire Southeast. Under her leadership, Tennessee cut more taxes in her eight-year tenure than any other time in Tennessee history, including the elimination of the Hall Income Tax, repealing the Death Tax, and reducing the state sales tax on food.
Texas' 28th DistrictDONATE
Casandra “Cassy” Garcia most recently served as U.S. Senator Ted Cruz’s Deputy State Director and was appointed by President Donald J Trump in July of 2020 to serve as Commissioner for the White House Hispanic Prosperity Initiative. Prior to joining Sen. Cruz’s office in 2013, Cassy served as regional field representative for Texas Commissioner of Agriculture serving as a liaison to agriculture, business and economic development organizations, at local, state and federal levels of government. She received a bachelor’s degree in communications and masters degree in public administration from the University of Texas - Pan American now known as the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Cassy is a native of Edinburg, Texas.
Virginia's 8th Congressional DistrictDONATE
Karina Lipsman is the only minority, Ukrainian, refugee immigrant running for Congress in America – she has lived, and wants to protect, the American Dream. Born in Odessa, Ukraine, immigrating to Baltimore, MD when she was 8-years old not speaking English, lived-in low-income housing, survived on food stamps, and survived the public schools. Karina put herself through college in 3 years with a degree in economics while working in the finance world. She started working in the defense and intelligence communities while earning a Master’s in Engineering from The Johns Hopkins University, before recently resigning after 14-years to run for Congress full time. Karina is focused on bringing common sense solutions to Washington, DC to help all Northern Virginians, not just the political elite.
Virginia's 7th Congressional DistrictDONATE
As your voice and representative to Washington, Yesli looks forward to fulfilling Congress’s responsibility of being a check and balance on the woefully inept Biden administration. She will be a strong advocate for the timeless American ideals of freedom, limited government, and restoration of the rule of law. Yesli still serves as an Auxiliary Deputy in the Prince William County Sheriff’s Office and is an active member in her parents’ church. She also enjoys coaching her daughter’s soccer team, watching her son excel at the sport, and volunteering with Special Olympics and Santa Cops. The first in her immediate family to graduate from college, she has a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice from American Military University, for which she serves as an Ambassador, and is a graduate of the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy.
Rep. Yvette Herrell
New Mexico's 2nd DistrictDONATE
Born and raised in New Mexico, Yvette Herrell served for 4 terms in the New Mexico House of Representatives, and is the Republican nominee for U.S. Congress in New Mexico's 2nd District. As a state representative, Yvette put people before politics, championing our small businesses and representing our rural values in Santa Fe. An entrepreneur who has owned & operated several successful small businesses, Yvette knows that big government is not the answer. She stood against overbearing regulations and government overreach in Santa Fe, which is why Yvette was awarded as a Hero of the Year by the New Mexico Business Coalition in 2015 and was ranked #1 on the Rio Grande Foundation's Freedom Index in 2018.
Rep. Mayra Flores
Texas' 34th DistrictDONATE
Mayra Flores was born and raised with humble beginnings in Burgos Tamaulipas, Mexico. She came legally to the United States at six years old with the help of her father. She currently works caring for the elderly and disabled with chronic respiratory issues and has been on the front lines helping patients combat COVID-19. Mayra currently serves as the Hidalgo County GOP Hispanic Outreach Chair and has played a critical role in growing and maintaining Republican support across South Texas. Mayra believes in fortifying our legal immigration system, in securing our borders, lowering the costs of healthcare, lowering taxes, promoting small businesses, and less government. She is a Pro-Life, Pro-Second Amendment, and Pro-Law Enforcement candidate that wants to earn your vote.
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler
Washington’s 3rd District DONATE
Jaime Herrera Beutler was first elected to Congress at the age of 31 to represent Southwest Washington’s 3rd District. Both Democrat and Republican presidents have signed Jaime’s legislation into law, helping her earn the ranking as Washington state’s most effective Member of Congress. She is also the first Hispanic in history to represent Washington state on the federal level. Protecting good-paying jobs and economic opportunity for Southwest Washington residents has been Jaime’s top priority since taking the oath of office. Jaime’s record of success comes from her ability to work productively with both Republicans and Democrats on solutions that protect our way of life in Southwest Washington.
Kari Lake, the former anchor for Fox 10 News in Phoenix, became a symbol of truth in journalism when she walked away from the mainstream media despite being number one in the ratings for more than two decades. Now she's running for Governor of Arizona on a platform of common sense conservatism dedicated to individual liberties, low taxes, limited regulation, and protecting Arizona's great Western heritage. Kari Lake continues to be a voice for the silent majority suffering at the hands of cancel culture, critical race theory, and the devastating effects progressive policies are piling up on America's formerly great cities.
Attorney General, AZDONATE
Tiffany grew up in Pinal County and worked her way through college and law school at the University of Arizona. She’s worked as a bilingual kindergarten teacher, farmer, and natural resource attorney, and owns several small businesses, in addition to being a homeschool mom and an SCTP and 4-H certified pistol and shotgun coach. Living on a major trafficking route in Pinal County, Tiffany has experienced first-hand the consequences of the failure to secure our border and relies on the 2nd Amendment to protect herself and her family.
Corporation Commission, AZDONATE
Kim Owens is running to bring her lifetime of experience in public service, rate-payer advocacy, and energy and water regulation to the Arizona Corporation Commission. Currently serving her first term as a Commissioner on the Arizona Power Authority, Kim was also elected to three terms as a ratepayer advocate on the Salt River Project Council (SRP), re-elected twice by voters in her district, to represent the ratepayers. Kim’s public service includes serving twenty years on the Tolleson Union High School District Governing Board, elected five times by the voters. She believes it is imperative to ask tough questions and look at all sides of every issue to prevent unintended consequences and make the proper decisions, free of outside influence.
Heidi’s best known as the founder of Camp Bow Wow, where she turned a lifelong passion for dogs into the largest pet care franchise in the world. Under Heidi’s leadership, the $150 million brand hit the Inc. 500/5000 list five years in a row and has grown to hundreds of franchises across the U.S. and Canada. Heidi also founded its sister charity, the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation, which rehomed over 10,000 pups and helped franchisees raise over a million dollars for animal health causes during her tenure. It also inspired her to build SheFactor—a digital and live community that aims to impact young women by empowering them to pursue a life that they love. Ganahl has been named one of Fortune magazine’s 10 Most Promising Entrepreneurs, and Parade magazine included her in their list of the top women entrepreneurs in the country.
Secretary of State, ColoradoDONATE
Pam is an experienced leader and elections expert. First elected in 2003, she served as the non-partisan city clerk for the City of Wheat Ridge. She then went on to serve eight years as the Republican clerk and recorder for Jefferson County, one of the largest and most politically diverse counties in the state. She has a reputation for professionalism and fairness from both sides of the aisle. She managed a complex operation of over 110 employees and increased access, efficiency, and accountability across several divisions. She utilized technology to increase efficiency and lower cost to taxpayers, including programs like e-recording of public documents, wait time tools for motor vehicles, and implementing the first ballot sorting equipment in the state which became a standard for many counties.
State Treasurer, KansasDONATE
Caryn is known for her conservative values, a diverse background and real-world experience. Her deep-seated Kansas values stem from working in her youth with family and friends at the Glasco Locker Plant, her parents’ family business. Caryn and Tim, her husband of 31 years, are fifth generation Kansans who co-own Tyson Ranch. Caryn’s impressive education, recognized work, and deeply-rooted Kansas values have resulted in the continuously growing enthusiastic support from a wide range of constituents. You can depend on Caryn for her strong advocacy for limited government and against government waste.
Secretary of State, MassachusettsDONATE
Rayla Campbell is a DANB Certified Dental Assistant graduating top of her class as Valedictorian at the Porter and Chester Institute of Canton. She later transitioned to insurance and claims management while volunteering for many worthy causes. Rayla wants to show others–especially her children–that in America, the sky is the limit, and that no matter who you are, or where you’re from, nothing can stop you from achieving the American dream. Massachusetts deserves a Secretary of State focused on fairness and transparency. Rayla is up for the challenge and will steadfastly follow the laws and statutes on the books and provide the necessary oversight needed with an eye toward streamlining processes.