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Rick Allen
Rep. Rick Allen
GA-12
Rep. Rick Allen
GA-12
Congressman Rick Allen was elected to represent Georgia’s 12th District in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2014. He is a member of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, one of the oldest standing committees of the House of Representatives with broad jurisdiction over such issues as health care, energy policy, cybersecurity, and telecommunications. Congressman Allen is also a member of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, which focuses on strengthening our nation’s schools and expanding opportunities for Americans in the modern workplace.
Mark Amodei
Rep. Mark Amodei
NV-02
Rep. Mark Amodei
NV-02
Congressman Mark Amodei has served as the U.S. Representative for Nevada’s Second Congressional District since 2011. He is a member of the House Appropriations Committee, and serves on the Financial Services, Legislative Branch, and Interior subcommittees. Since 2023, he has served as Chairman of the Legislative Branch Subcommittee. In Congress, he also serves on the Congressional Western Caucus, Army Caucus, Congressional Joint Strike Fighter Caucus, USO Caucus, Veterans Job Caucus, Italian American Caucus, Conservative Climate Caucus, Travel and Tourism Caucus, Public Broadcasting Caucus, Postal Preservation Caucus, and ALS Caucus.
Derrick Anderson
Derrick Anderson
VA-07
Derrick Anderson
VA-07
Candidate for U.S. Congress (VA-07)
Brian Babin
Rep. Brian Babin
TX-36
Rep. Brian Babin
TX-36
Congressman Babin was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2014. Representing the 36th District in Texas, his service on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee affords him the opportunity to address the critical ports, highways, rails and pipelines that provide thousands of jobs and fuel a hub of economic activity that includes more petrochemical refining facilities than any district in the country. He was appointed to the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology. Serving as the Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Space, Congressman Babin is able to serve as a national leader for America’s space policy matters of NASA and represent the interests of Johnson Space Center also located in the district. As a member of the Subcommittee on Environment, he has helped lead efforts to bring transparency and accountability to the EPA, which has threatened petrochemical and agricultural interests with excessive regulation.
Don Bacon
Rep. Don Bacon
NE-02
Rep. Don Bacon
NE-02
Before he was elected to Congress in 2016, Don Bacon served in the Air Force for 30 years, winning numerous honors and attaining the rank of Brigadier General. He’s enhanced his national security credentials while in Congress as a leader on the Armed Services Committee and one of the most reliable and passionate pro-Israel voices in the Republican conference. Despite being a perennial Democrat target, he’s prevailed against well-funded challengers because his mainstream conservative views are a good fit for his Omaha-based district. RJC PAC has backed all of Don Bacon’s campaigns because he is an exemplary Congressman and we’re proud to do so again in 2024.
Troy Balderson
Rep. Troy Balderson
OH-12
Rep. Troy Balderson
OH-12
Congressman Troy Balderson was sworn in as a Member of the United States House of Representatives in 2018, and represents Ohio’s 12th Congressional District. He serves as a Member of the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee, which oversees American energy, health care, and telecommunications policies, among other areas. A principled conservative, Congressman Balderson is a champion for restoring American energy independence, advancing innovations that make it easier for rural Ohioans to access health care, and better preparing the next generation for in-demand careers.
Jim Banks
Jim Banks
U.S. Senate – Indiana
Jim Banks
U.S. Senate – Indiana
Jim Banks is a born and raised Hoosier running for Indiana’s U.S. Senate seat. First elected to serve as the representative for Indiana’s 3rd Congressional District in 2016, Banks is an active member of the House Armed Services Committee and Committee on Education and Workforce. Banks also chaired the Republican Study Committee, Congress’s largest conservative caucus, from 2021-2023. Congressman Banks is an Afghanistan veteran and took a leave of absence from the Indiana State Senate to deploy during Operations Enduring Freedom and Freedom’s Sentinel.
Andy Barr
Rep. Andy Barr
KY-06
Rep. Andy Barr
KY-06
Congressman Andy Barr has served as the United States Representative for Kentucky’s Sixth Congressional District since 2013. He is a senior member of the House Financial Services Committee where he serves as the Chairman of the influential Financial Institutions and Monetary Policy Subcommittee. Congressman Barr is also beginning his second term on the Foreign Affairs Committee where he serves on the Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia and Nonproliferation (APCAN) Subcommittee. In addition, Speaker McCarthy recently appointed Congressman Barr to serve on the House Select Committee on the Strategic Competition between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). During his time in Congress, Congressman Barr has been a champion for Kentucky families, farmers, and small business owners, fighting to keep taxes low and against overly burdensome regulations. At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Congressman Barr was a key architect of the Paycheck Protection Program, which delivered forgivable loans to small businesses to stay open and keep paychecks flowing to their workers. 
John Barrasso
Sen. John Barrasso
U.S. Senate – Wyoming
Sen. John Barrasso
U.S. Senate – Wyoming
Senator John Barrasso was sworn in to the United States Senate in 2007 having represented the people of Natrona County in the Wyoming State Senate from 2003-2007. In November 2018, Barrasso was reelected to the U.S. Senate with more than 67% of the vote. He is the third-ranking member in the Senate Republican leadership as Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference. He serves on committees that directly impact Wyoming’s economy, energy interests, public lands, national parks and trade. In addition to other committee assignments, Barrasso is the ranking member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. Senator Barrasso is known by many as Wyoming’s Doctor. During his 24 years as an orthopedic surgeon, Barrasso served as President of the Wyoming Medical Society and was named Wyoming Physician of the Year.
Tom Barrett
Tom Barrett
MI-07
Tom Barrett
MI-07
Tom Barrett served in the U.S. Army for 22 years, with tours in the Iraq War, Guantanamo Bay, Kuwait, and the Korean DMZ, and logged more than 1,000 hours in some of the most advanced helicopters in the world. When Tom returned to Michigan, he was shocked to find so many veterans struggling to find opportunities back home. Michigan had the second highest veteran unemployment rate in the nation and Tom decided to act, running for the legislature, and becoming a leading voice for veterans in Lansing.  Known as a fiscal hawk, he opposed all taxpayer-funded corporate welfare, including the programs now funding Chinese-owned factories, and fought for tax cuts for all Michiganders. Tom lives in Charlotte with his wife, Ashley, and their four young children. Tom is running for Congress to restore our commitment to America, and the values that took us from a fragile new republic to become the greatest nation on earth.
Scott Baugh
Scott Baugh
CA-47
Scott Baugh
CA-47
Candidate for U.S. Congress (CA-47)
Jack Bergman
Rep. Jack Bergman
MI-01
Rep. Jack Bergman
MI-01
Currently in his 4th term representing Michigan’s 1st District, Congressman Jack Bergman proudly serves as a member of the House Armed Services Committee – including in his role as Chairman of the Intelligence and Special Operations Subcommittee and also as a Member of the Military Personnel Subcommittee. He also sits on the House Committee on Veteran’s Affairs and the House Budget Committee. Michigan’s 1st District has one of the highest percentage of Veterans of any Congressional District in the Nation. He is the highest ranking combat veteran (Lt. General in the United States Marine Corps) to have ever served in the U.S. House of Representatives. 
stephanie-bice
Rep. Stephanie Bice
OK-05
Rep. Stephanie Bice
OK-05
Congresswoman Stephanie Bice was elected in 2020, representing Oklahoma’s 5th District. Congresswoman Bice currently serves as the Sophomore Class Representative to the Elected Leadership Committee for the 118th Congress. She serves on the House Appropriations Committee, the Committee on House Administration, the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, and the House Budget Committee. Before serving in the House of Representatives, Congresswoman Bice served in the Oklahoma State Senate for six years. During her tenure, she was Assistant Majority Floor Leader and Chair of the Senate Finance Committee. 
Gus Bilirakis
Rep. Gus Bilirakis
FL-12
Rep. Gus Bilirakis
FL-12
Congressman Gus Bilirakis is a Republican representing Florida’s 12th Congressional District, which includes all of Citrus and Hernando counties and most of Pasco County.  He was first elected to Congress on November 7, 2006. Gus serves as a Senior Member of  the Energy and Commerce Committee. He is the Chairman of the Innovation, Data and Commerce Subcommittee.  He is also a Senior Member of  the Health Subcommittee and the Communications and Technology Subcommittee. With 75 bills he authored signed into law since 2015, Congressman Bilirakis was recently designated as the Most Effective Republican Lawmaker in the State of Florida by the Center for Effective Lawmaking at Vanderbilt University.
Rob Bresnahan
Rob Bresnahan
PA-08
Rob Bresnahan
PA-08
Candidate for U.S. Congress (PA-08) Rob Bresnahan is a fifth-generation Northeastern Pennsylvanian, accomplished businessman, college athlete, and community philanthropist. He’s challenging Democrat Matt Cartwright, who voted for the Obama Iran deal and participated in a tour of the Middle East organized by a pro-BDS group that refused to condemn Hamas and the attacks of October 7, 2023.
Vern Buchanan
Rep. Vern Buchanan
FL-16
Rep. Vern Buchanan
FL-16
Congressman Vern Buchanan is co-chair of the bipartisan 30-member Florida Congressional Delegation and Vice Chair of the House Ways and Means Committee, which has jurisdiction over tax policy, international trade, health care, welfare, Social Security and Medicare. He is the most senior Republican on the committee and currently serves as Chairman of the Health Subcommittee. A successful businessman, Congressman Buchanan believes that America’s economic strength flows from its entrepreneurial spirit and pro-growth, free-market policies. He sits on the Joint Committee on Taxation, a small group of the most senior tax-writers in Congress. He has also been ranked one of the most bipartisan and effective members of Congress by two non-partisan organizations: the Lugar Center and the Center for Effective Lawmaking. In 2020, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce also ranked Congressman Buchanan the most effective member of the Florida congressional delegation.
Laurie Buckhout
Laurie Buckhout
NC-01
Laurie Buckhout
NC-01
Candidate for U.S. Congress (NC-01) Laurie Buckhout served her country in the military, rising in the ranks to become a combat battalion commander in Iraq and attain the rank of Colonel before retiring. A successful businesswoman who built a company from the ground up and later sold it, she will be a big improvement over incumbent Democrat Don Davis, a party-line Democrat who is personally well-liked but avoids rocking the boat.
Ken Calvert
Rep. Ken Calvert
CA-41
Rep. Ken Calvert
CA-41
As the senior Republican member of the California House delegation, Ken Calvert has risen to a position of significant influence as the top Republican on the powerful Defense Appropriations Subcommittee. Unfortunately, redistricting added many Democrats to Calvert’s district, which stretches from Riverside inland to Palm Springs, ensuring that he will remain a Democratic target for the rest of the decade.
Kat Cammack
Rep. Kat Cammack
FL-03
Rep. Kat Cammack
FL-03
Congresswoman Kat Cammack proudly serves Florida’s 3rd Congressional District. During her 1st term in 2021-2022, she served as the youngest Republican woman in the 117th Congress. Now serving in her 2nd term during the 118th Congress, she works to prioritize constituent advocacy and service, fighting for families, national security, and government accountability.
Hung Cao
Hung Cao
U.S. Senate – Virginia
Hung Cao
U.S. Senate – Virginia
Retired Navy Captain Hung Cao came to the United States as a refugee from Vietnam in 1975. After a few years in West Africa, Hung moved to Virginia as a child and is a proud member of the inaugural graduating class of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria. He was commissioned as a Special Operations Officer (Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Deep Sea Diving) from the United States Naval Academy, and served with special operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Somalia. Hung’s non-combat assignments included balancing the Navy’s $140 billion budget at the Pentagon, working with Homeland Security, and the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. Hung received his Masters degree in physics from the Naval Postgraduate School, and fellowships at MIT and Harvard. He and his wife April are the parents of five beautiful children. After their thirteenth move across the United States, and around the world, Hung and April moved their family home to Purcellville, Virginia where they have been active in their community and church.
Mike Carey
Rep. Mike Carey
OH-15
Rep. Mike Carey
OH-15
Congressman Mike Carey was sworn in as a member of the United States House of Representatives on November 4, 2021, and represents Ohio’s 15th Congressional District. The district is comprised of parts of Clark, Fayette, Franklin, Miami, and Shelby counties as well as all of Madison County. He currently serves on the House Ways and Means Committee and the Committee on House Administration. Mike was raised in the small town of Sabina, Ohio. On the family farm, he was instilled with values that continue to guide him today – hard work, community, and freedom. Following his graduation from East Clinton High School, he followed his family tradition of service, earning an ROTC scholarship, attending the Marion Military Institute, and serving as an officer in the military. During this time, he also earned his bachelor’s degree from the Ohio State University. As a professional, Mike became an executive for one of the nation’s largest privately owned energy companies, headquartered in Ohio. For more than 20 years, he fought to protect American jobs by fighting back against the same radical energy policies being pushed today by the Democrats. As an advocate for coal miners and American energy independence, he also worked to save miners’ pension benefits and reverse overreaching government regulations while valuing the environment.
Jim Carris
Jim Carris
IL-10
Jim Carris
IL-10
Candidate for U.S. Congress (IL-10)
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Rep. Buddy Carter
GA-01
Rep. Buddy Carter
GA-01
Congressman Buddy Carter is an experienced businessman, health care professional and faithful public servant. Currently serving his 5th term in the United States House of Representatives, he is a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and the House Budget Committee. As a pharmacist serving in Congress, Congressman Carter is dedicated to working towards a health care system that provides more choices, less costs and better services. He also serves as Vice Chairman of the Communications and Technology Subcommittee. For over 32 years, he owned Carter’s Pharmacy, Inc. where South Georgians trusted him with their most valuable assets: their health, lives and families. ensuring that the federal government creates policies to empower business instead of increasing burdens on America’s job creators. A committed public servant, Congressman Carter previously served as the Mayor of Pooler, Georgia and in the Georgia General Assembly where he used his business experience to make government more efficient and responsive to the people.
John Carter
Rep. John Carter
TX-31
Rep. John Carter
TX-31
Congressman John Carter, serving in his 11th term, represents Texas’s 31st District in the U.S. House of Representatives. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Committee and sits on the Commerce, Justice and Science subcommittee and the Defense subcommittee. He was appointed District Judge for the 277th District Court in Williamson County. During that time, he aptly earned the nickname that stuck with him to this day; “Judge”. On the bench, he was known for his no-nonsense approach to keeping the community safe. In fact, it was this mentality that encouraged him to run for Congress in 2002.
Lori Chavez-DeRemer
Rep. Lori Chavez-DeRemer
OR-05
Rep. Lori Chavez-DeRemer
OR-05
Congresswoman Lori Chavez-DeRemer’s 2022 victory was the first blue-to-red flip in Oregon since 1994. Since her election, she has focused on her district’s agriculture and transportation needs, as well as education issues. Chavez-DeRemer played a key role in passing a Parents’ Bill of Rights and challenged higher education leaders to stand up to campus antisemitism. It will not be easy for Chavez-DeRemer to win a second term. In her district, Biden beat Trump by almost 9 percent. Her likeliest Democrat opponent is the same person she defeated in 2022: J Street-endorsed progressive firebrand Jamie McLeod-Skinner. The contrast between the pragmatic and practical Republican and the Democrat backed by the hard left Working Families Party could not be clearer.
Juan Ciscomani
Rep. Juan Ciscomani
AZ-06
Rep. Juan Ciscomani
AZ-06
Congressman Juan Ciscomani’s life exemplifies the American Dream. Born in Mexico, he came to the U.S. with his family at a very young age. The first in his family to graduate from college, he established himself as a leader with the Tucson Chamber of Commerce before becoming the point man on immigration issues for former Governor Doug Ducey. Since winning a close election to flip this seat to the GOP in 2022, the border-district freshman has emerged as a key participation in immigration policy debates. Democrats believe Ciscomani’s victory was a fluke and he faces a rematch with the opponent he narrowly defeated last time out.
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Rep. Ben Cline
VA-06
Rep. Ben Cline
VA-06
Congressman Ben Cline represents Virginia’s 6th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, where he is a member of the House Committee on the Judiciary, the House Committee on Appropriations and the House Committee on the Budget. He previously served as a Member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 24th District from 2002-2018.  Prior to his election to the House of Representatives in 2018, he was an attorney in private practice. From 2007 until 2013, he served as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg.
Michael Cloud
Rep. Michael Cloud
TX-27
Rep. Michael Cloud
TX-27
Representative Michael Cloud proudly represents the 27th Congressional District of Texas. First elected in a special election in 2018. His time in office has been marked by promoting the booming economy in south Texas, maintaining a strong national defense, and combating anti-American values that work against the American people, rather than for the American people. His background as a small business owner gives him first-hand insight into the fight against bureaucracy and unnecessary regulations. Since he’s been in office, he has worked hard to strengthen our border, while working towards immigration policies that benefit the American people. Representative Cloud has been actively working with veterans to ensure they receive the care they need, while simultaneously working to reform some of the issues that plague the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Tom Cole
Rep. Tom Cole
OK-04
Rep. Tom Cole
OK-04
As chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, Congressman Tom Cole played an indispensable role in passing the Israel Security Supplemental Appropriations Act – the bill to provide $14 billion in emergency aid for Israel’s self-defense war in Gaza. Now Tom Cole is leading the difficult fight to compel the Biden administration to deliver the promised aid. When Biden announced his weapons embargo against Israel, Cole spoke out strongly, calling on Biden to “stop appeasing terrorists and stand with Israel.” And he led the way to House passage of a bill to require Biden to end his embargo. Tom Cole is a stalwart ally in the fight against antisemitism. He’s been a strong supporter of the National Security Grant Program that aids so many Jewish institutions. He has also used his platform to challenge what he accurately called in a recently published column, “The Far Left’s Serious Anti-Israel Problem.”  Tom Cole’s opponent has no record on any of these issues, just like he has no record of living in the district he’s running in.  Jewish Americans, and all our neighbors who stand with us in supporting the cause of America’s strategic ally Israel’s security, have a stake in keeping Tom Cole right where he is.
Kevin Coughlin
Kevin Coughlin
OH-13
Kevin Coughlin
OH-13
Candidate for U.S. Congress (OH-13) After a successful and varied career, Kevin Coughlin comes to this race with business and philanthropic experience as well as more than a decade serving as a legislator in the Ohio State House and Senate. He is unambiguously pro-defense and pro-Israel – and he’s eager to challenge Democrat incumbent Emilia Sykes for her mediocre record on matters of concern to Jewish Americans.
Kevin Cramer
Sen. Kevin Cramer
U.S. Senate – North Dakota
Sen. Kevin Cramer
U.S. Senate – North Dakota
Kevin Cramer was elected to the United States Senate on November 6, 2018 after serving three terms as North Dakota’s At-Large Member of the United States House of Representatives. He is the first Republican to hold this Senate seat in his lifetime. He serves on the Armed Services, Environment and Public Works, Veterans Affairs, and Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committees. Cramer has had a distinguished career in public service. In 2003, then-Governor John Hoeven appointed Cramer to the Public Service Commission, and in 2004 he was elected to the position. As a North Dakota Public Service Commissioner, Cramer helped oversee the most dynamic economy in the nation. He worked to ensure North Dakotans enjoy some of the lowest utility rates in the United States, enhancing their competitive position in the global marketplace. An energy policy expert, Cramer understands America’s energy security is integral to national and economic security. A strong advocate for the free market system, Cramer has a proven record of cutting and balancing budgets encouraging the private sector through limited, common sense regulations and limited government.
Rick Crawford
Rep. Rick Crawford
AR-01
Rep. Rick Crawford
AR-01
Congressman Rick Crawford was elected to represent Arkansas’s 1st District in 2010. He is a senior member on the House Agriculture Committee, having played a critical role in passing two Farm Bills, having served on the Conference Committees in 2014 and 2018, and as Chairman of Agriculture Subcommittees in three of his first five terms in Congress. He views agriculture as a national security issue – a nation that cannot feed itself is a nation that is not secure. National security is one of the Congressman’s top priorities and he was appointed in 2017 to serve on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) – the first Arkansas representative on the committee. He also serves on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, where he has worked to create safer and more reliable highways, waterways, railways, and runways. He is the current Chairman of the Subcommittee on Highways and Transit.
Ted Cruz
Sen. Ted Cruz
U.S. Senate – Texas
Sen. Ted Cruz
U.S. Senate – Texas
In 2013, Senator Cruz was sworn into office representing Texas. He has been a passionate fighter for limited government, economic growth, and national security. Senator Cruz has authored dozens of legislative measures that have been signed into law, including expanding 529 college savings accounts to allow parents to save for K-12 public, private, and religious education, repealing Obamacare’s individual mandate, imposing sanctions on terrorists who use civilians as human shields, designating North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, targeting Putin’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline. Senator Cruz serves as the top Republican on the Commerce Committee, a position that gives him the chance to have a far-reaching impact on innovation and growth across the landscape of daily life.
Anthony D'Esposito
Rep. Anthony D’Esposito
NY-04
Rep. Anthony D’Esposito
NY-04
Congressman Anthony D’Esposito represents New York’s 4th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives and was elected in 2022. As a Congressional Freshman with experience in both local government and law enforcement, Congressman D’Esposito is uniquely qualified to tackle the major issues impacting Americans today while bringing a fresh set of ideas to Capitol Hill. Congressman D’Esposito serves on the House Committee on Homeland Security, the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, and the House Committee on House Administration. In addition, he serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Emergency Management and Technology. Prior to being elected to Congress, he served as a Councilman in the Town of Hempstead from 2016 to 2023, where he worked across party lines to deliver good municipal services to the nearly 800,000 residents of America’s largest township.
Nancy Dahlstrom
Nancy Dahlstrom
AK-AL
Nancy Dahlstrom
AK-AL
Candidate for U.S. Congress (AK-AL)
Monica De La Cruz
Rep. Monica De La Cruz
TX-15
Rep. Monica De La Cruz
TX-15
Congresswoman Monica De La Cruz is the first Latina and first Republican to represent the 15th Congressional District of Texas in the United States House of Representatives. She currently sits on the Committee on Financial Services and the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Monetary Policy. For over 20 years, Monica led several successful small businesses in her community, including an insurance agency, which she ran until her election to Congress in 2022. In 2022, Congresswoman De La Cruz flipped a Democrat-held seat and became the first Hispanic woman to represent Texas as a Republican. Her victory was another sign that more and more Hispanics in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley are leaving behind their traditional affiliation with the Democratic Party and joining the GOP.
Monique DeSpain
Monique DeSpain
OR-04
Monique DeSpain
OR-04
Candidate for U.S. Congress (OR-04)
Aaron Dimmock
Aaron Dimmock
FL-01
Aaron Dimmock
FL-01
Candidate for U.S. Congress (FL-01)
Nella Domenici
Nella Domenici
U.S. Senate – New Mexico
Nella Domenici
U.S. Senate – New Mexico
Nella Domenici began her career at the bottom and worked her way up through the complex finance world, where she eventually served as CFO for one of the world’s largest, most successful investment firms. In her career, she has advised, invested in, grown, and led many companies, and served on public company boards. The industries she has worked in are vast and include areas such as healthcare, AI, food service, lodging, commercial real estate, mortgage lending, and consumer products. These companies have ranged from small family-owned businesses, to rapidly growing venture backed enterprises, to a Fortune 200 company. Several of these have been headquartered in New Mexico. Collectively, the companies she has been heavily involved with have employed thousands of Americans. She is uniquely prepared and qualified to fight for a significantly improved New Mexican economy. Her professional experience and education enables her to deeply understand taxation, inflation, setting and managing huge budgets and creating incentives and benefits that serve employees, and attract new businesses and entrepreneurs.
Byron Donalds
Rep. Byron Donalds
FL-19
Rep. Byron Donalds
FL-19
In 2020 and subsequently, in 2022, the people of Florida’s 19th Congressional District elected Byron to serve them in Congress. Since entering Capitol Hill, he’s been a firebrand for the conservative movement, freedom, and liberty. In his first term of Congress, Bryon served on the Committees on Oversight and Reform, the Budget, and Small Business. In the 118th Congress, Byron sits on the Oversight and Accountability and Financial Services Committees and the distinguished House Steering Committee as the Speaker Designee. As a rising star in the Republican Party, he has stood in the trenches against the rise of woke culture in schools, corporate America, the financial services industry, and our military. Byron is also a staunch advocate for the Second Amendment, School Choice, Fiscal Sanity, Secure Borders, Law and Order, and a Limited Federal Government.   When serving in the Florida House of Representatives, Congressman Donalds chaired the prominent Insurance and Banking Subcommittee while also focusing on elder affairs, criminal justice reform, and striving to make sure each child in Florida has access to a world-class education. He received several recognitions, including being named a Champion of Economic Freedom by Americans for Prosperity and the Award for Conservative Excellence by the American Conservative Union Federation and honored by the Florida Council on Aging for his work preventing elder abuses in financial transactions. Governor Rick Scott also appointed Byron to the board of trustees for Florida Southwestern State College.
John Duarte
Rep. John Duarte
CA-13
Rep. John Duarte
CA-13
The 2022 race pitting farmer and agriculture advocate John Duarte against Democrat state legislator Adam Gray was the last one decided in the 2022 cycle. Duarte prevailed by just 564 votes. Now Gray is back for a rematch and Duarte expects an even tougher race in a district where Biden beat Trump by almost 11 percent. Reclaiming this seat is a key part of Democrats’ plan to regain the majority in the House of Representatives.
Neal Dunn
Rep. Neal Dunn
FL-02
Rep. Neal Dunn
FL-02
Congressman Dunn was first elected to the United States House of Representatives in 2016. He serves on the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs and the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. He has been a vocal advocate for veterans and has worked to improve access to healthcare for rural communities and expand broadband internet access throughout his district. Prior to his time in Congress, He served as an Army officer and a surgeon in the United States Army for over a decade, including serving as a combat surgeon during Operation Desert Storm. In 1990, Congressman Dunn returned to Florida and began practicing medicine in Panama City. He later founded his own surgical practice, the Panama City Surgery Center, which he operated for over 25 years.
Chris Eddy
Chris Eddy
FL-25
Chris Eddy
FL-25
Chris Eddy is a Republican running against Debbie Wasserman Schultz for Florida’s 25th Congressional District. He and his wife Anne, a retired FBI Agent, live in Weston, FL with their two high school children. Chris is a retired Air Force Reserve Brigadier General and a retired FBI Intelligence Leader. While serving in FBI Miami, he built the FBI’s #1 intelligence program out of 56 nationwide. He is a City Commissioner in Weston, FL and was elected with the highest vote total in City history, despite being in a 3-person race. As the grandson of immigrants, his family always prioritized education. He has a PhD in Leadership and two Masters degrees and teaches national security and foreign policy issues at Florida International University. He was inducted into his high school and university Leadership Halls of Fame. He is an active member of the Rotary Club of Weston, focused on environmental and veterans issues and is a Board of Director at The Prestige Club which focuses on caring for disadvantaged children in Broward County. His advocacy for local businesses resulted in the Weston Chamber of Commerce naming him its Community Champion in 2023. He also authored two books on leadership.
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Rep. Jake Ellzey
TX-06
Rep. Jake Ellzey
TX-06
Congressman Jake Ellzey proudly serves the 6th Congressional District of Texas. During his first term in office, Congressman Jake Ellzey committed himself to improving the quality and care we give those who have served in our nation’s military. Through his work on the VA committee during the 117th Congress, he passed the VITAL Assessment Act and the Major Medical Facilities Authorization Act, helping to expand support for veterans in Texas and around the United States. He served his country for 20 years in the Navy, with nine deployments, five combat tours, and a ground tour in support of SEAL Team 5 in Iraq. Ellzey currently serves on the House Appropriations Committee and the House Committee for Small Business.
Tom Emmer
Rep. Tom Emmer
MN-06
Rep. Tom Emmer
MN-06
Congressman Tom Emmer is currently serving in his 5th term, representing Minnesota’s 6th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. After serving as the Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) for the 116th Congress and the 117th Congress, he was elected by his Republican colleagues to be the House Majority Whip in the current Congress. He sits on the House Financial Services Committee. 
Alison Esposito
Alison Esposito
NY-18
Alison Esposito
NY-18
Candidate for U.S. Congress (NY-18)
Ron Estes
Rep. Ron Estes
KS-04
Rep. Ron Estes
KS-04
Congressman Ron Estes serves Kansas’ 4th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Since being sworn into office in 2017, Congressman Estes has been a leader on passing landmark tax reform, rolling back burdensome regulations and implementing trade agreements with some of Kansas’ biggest trading partners. In Congress, Rep. Estes has defended Wichita’s aviation industry, helped pass a five-year Farm Bill to support Kansas agriculture, and protected the 4th District’s water supply and quality of life The son of a veteran, Rep. Estes has also prioritized supporting our military and military families, while helping veterans and constituents navigate government agencies like the VA, Social Security Administration, the IRS and others. Prior to becoming an elected official, Rep. Estes grew up on his family farm in Kansas and went on to earn a degree in civil engineering and a graduate degree in business administration. Rep. Estes began his career in consulting and management roles for industries including aerospace, energy and manufacturing. An engineer by trade, he successfully implemented a variety of systems that streamlined operations, increased efficiency and improved customer relations – all while cutting costs.
Gabe Evans
Gabe Evans
CO-08
Gabe Evans
CO-08
Candidate for U.S. Congress (CO-08) Gabe Evans proved his mettle and devotion to public service by serving with distinction in the military and for more than a decade as a police officer. He represents some of the most competitive terrain in a district where the 2022 race was settled by 1600 votes. Like J Street-backed incumbent Rep. Yadira Caraveo and like 40% of the district’s voters, Evans is Hispanic, making this an especially closely watched race.
PatFallon
Rep. Pat Fallon
TX-04
Rep. Pat Fallon
TX-04
Congressman Pat Fallon currently represents Texas’s 4th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Prior to his time in the Texas Senate and House, Pat enjoyed a decades-long successful entrepreneurial career, having founded over a dozen successful companies. He currently sits on the Committee on Armed Services and the Committee on Oversight Accountability, serving as the Chair of the Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Energy Policy, and Regulatory Affairs. Congressman Fallon is a proud graduate of the University of Notre Dame where he played varsity football under legendary coach Lou Holtz and was a member of the 1988 National Championship team. Upon graduation, Pat received a commission to serve as an officer in the United States Air Force where he was stationed at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, TX.
Julie Fedorchak
Julie Fedorchak
ND-AL
Julie Fedorchak
ND-AL
There is important work ahead for Congress and we need accomplished conservative leaders like Julie Fedorchak to overcome the challenges our nation faces. Fedorchak earned former President Trump’s endorsement and has such strong support from Governor Doug Burgum and so many other leading North Dakota Republicans because they know she has an outstanding record of delivering results as a member of the state’s Public Service Commission. Although there are other candidates in the race, there are only two that have a chance to win. In contrast to her principal opponent, Julie Fedorchak stands firmly against Democrats’ efforts to short-change national defense. And Fedorchak has been a steadfast and consistent backer of Israel in its fight against Hamas. Her opponent recently said “there’s no place” for American assistance to Israel in his ideology – before an apparent reversal that leaves his commitment in serious doubt.  RJC traditionally avoids endorsements in GOP primary contests, but in light of the urgent challenges our country faces and the existential stakes of Israel’s current war, we need more Republicans in Congress whose demonstrated strength is advancing conservative policies that bolster America and our allies – not fighting other Republicans.
Randy Feenstra
Rep. Randy Feenstra
IA-04
Rep. Randy Feenstra
IA-04
Congressman Randy Feenstra represents Iowa’s 4th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, and serves on the House Ways and Means Committee and the House Agriculture Committee. Before being elected to Congress, Congressman Feenstra was a corporate executive, local government official, and Chairman of the Iowa State Senate Ways and Means Committee. In that role he authored the largest income tax reduction in state history in 2017.
Michelle Fischbach
Rep. Michelle Fischbach
MN-07
Rep. Michelle Fischbach
MN-07
Congresswoman Michelle Fischbach proudly represents the 7th District of Minnesota, which covers the western half of Minnesota, reaching from the Canadian border almost all the way down to Iowa. Joining the U.S. House of Representatives in 2021, she now serves on the House Ways & Means Committee, Rules Committee, Budget Committee, and Ethics Committee. She is a trailblazer and proven conservative leader with over 20 years of serving western Minnesota. Congresswoman Fischbach has spent the last two decades defending the agricultural community she represents and will continue to fight for Minnesota’s farm families in Congress. She knows that the radical policies of the left like the Green New Deal will be incredibly harmful to the agricultural industry and raise energy costs for every American. 
Deb Fischer
Sen. Deb Fischer
U.S. Senate – Nebraska
Sen. Deb Fischer
U.S. Senate – Nebraska
A lifelong Nebraskan, Deb Fischer is the senior senator from Nebraska. Senator Fischer was first elected to the U.S. Senate in November 2012, becoming the first Nebraska woman elected to a full term and the first Nebraska state senator elected directly after service in the state legislature. Six years later, in November 2018, Nebraskans voted overwhelmingly to send her back to the U.S. Senate for a second term. Senator Fischer is a senior member on the Senate Armed Services Committee, and also sits on the Appropriations, Commerce, and Agriculture Committees. Senator Fischer is a member of Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell’s leadership team, serving as counsel to the Republican Leader. Using this position, which she has held since 2015, she presents the concerns of Nebraskans directly to the Republican Senate leadership. She also serves on the Senate Republican Whip Team for the 118th Congress.
Scott-Fitzgerald
Rep. Scott Fitzgerald
WI-05
Rep. Scott Fitzgerald
WI-05
Elected in 2020, Congressman Scott Fitzgerald represents Wisconsin’s Fifth Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Prior to his election to Congress, Fitzgerald served in the Wisconsin State Senate representing the 13th District from 1995 to 2021. During his tenure in the Wisconsin Senate, Scott served as Majority Leader, Minority Leader, Co-Chairman of the Joint Committee on Finance, and Chairman of the Senate Corrections Committee. Fitzgerald joined the US Army Reserve in 1981 and was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Armor Branch in 1985. He completed the Army Command and General Staff College and served in a number of assignments during his 27 years of service, including Battalion Commander. In 2009, he retired from service at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
Brian Fitzpatrick
Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick
PA-01
Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick
PA-01
Before entering politics, Brian Fitzpatrick fought public-sector corruption and terrorism as an FBI agent. Now serving his fourth term representing Bucks County, Pennsylvania, he’s established a reputation as a common-sense conservative and a leader of the Problem Solvers Caucus. For pro-Israel advocates, Congressman Fitzpatrick is recognized as one of the most reliable allies in promoting the U.S.-Israel alliance and standing up to Iran’s rogue regime. In the 118th Congress, Congressman Fitzpatrick sits on the Ways and Means Committee and House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. In addition, he co-chairs the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus and Congressional Ukraine Caucus, while also serving on the Bipartisan Addiction and Mental Health Task Force and NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
Mayra Flores
Mayra Flores
TX-34
Mayra Flores
TX-34
Candidate for U.S. Congress (TX-34)
Vince Fong
Vince Fong
CA-20
Vince Fong
CA-20
Candidate for U.S. Congress (CA-20)
Virginia Foxx
Rep. Virginia Foxx
NC-05
Rep. Virginia Foxx
NC-05
Congresswoman Virginia Foxx represents North Carolina’s 5th District in the United States House of Representatives. She currently serves as the Chairwoman of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce. From 2013 to 2016, she served as Secretary of the House Republican Conference. The nonpartisan magazine National Journal has consistently ranked Congresswoman Foxx as one of the most conservative members of the North Carolina Congressional Delegation. She also has a lifetime 96% approval rating from the American Conservative Union.
Joe Fraser
Joe Fraser
U.S. Senate – Minnesota
Joe Fraser
U.S. Senate – Minnesota
U.S. Senate Candidate – Minnesota
Andrew Garbarino
Rep. Andrew Garbarino
NY-03
Rep. Andrew Garbarino
NY-03
Elected in 2020, Congressman Andrew Garbarino represents New York’s 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. He serves on the House Financial Services Committee, the House Homeland Security Committee, and the House Ethics Committee. Prior to his term in Congress, he was an attorney at his family’s law firm in Sayville, and served 4 terms in the New York State Assembly.
Mike Garcia
Rep. Mike Garcia
CA-27
Rep. Mike Garcia
CA-27
Congressman Mike Garcia, a decorated Navy pilot, has won three tough races despite being in a district where Biden beat Trump by 12.4%. But 2024 will be his toughest test yet. Democrats have consolidated behind a single candidate, a rich corporate executive. At the end of the most recent fundraising period, Garcia was one of just a few incumbents with less cash in his campaign account than his challenger.  Garcia has been an outspoken leader on national security and other topics of concern to Jewish Americans. He fought to increase pay for American service members. He forcefully rejected the Democrat proposal to put conditions on U.S. assistance for Israel. And he spoke out strongly against the Biden administration scheme to provide the Iranian regime with a $6 billion windfall.
Carlos Gimenez
Rep. Carlos Gimenez
FL-28
Rep. Carlos Gimenez
FL-28
Congressman Carlos Gimenez proudly represents the people of Florida’s 28th Congressional District. First elected to Congress in 2020, he serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the Homeland Security Committee, and the House Select Committee on Strategic Competition between the US & the Chinese Communist Party. He is the first career firefighter paramedic to ever serve in Congress.  Congressman Gimenez began his journey of public service in 1975 when he joined the City of Miami Fire Department. There, he embarked on a 25-year career as a firefighter in his community, with the last nine years of his tenure as Chief of the department – the first Cuban-American to do so. In 2000, he was appointed Manager of the City of Miami, and In the summer of 2011, he was elected as Mayor of Miami-Dade County, the highest-ranking official of Florida’s largest county.
Craig Goldman
Craig Goldman
TX-12
Craig Goldman
TX-12
Candidate for U.S. Congress (TX-12) As a 5th generation Texan and a 4th generation native of Fort Worth, State Representative Craig Goldman is extremely proud of his family roots.  The Goldman family has been actively involved in the Fort Worth and Tarrant County community for over 100 years. It is this passion for his home and heart for service that led him to run for State Representative in 2012.  Craig has a long record of authoring and working to pass sweeping legislation that has made Texas the national model for conservative governance. In the Texas House, he has worked to secure historic funding to secure the Texas border, pass the largest property tax cut in Texas history, defend the Second Amendment, protect the unborn, ensure religious freedoms, and fight liberal attempts to defund the police. Because he is so well respected among his GOP House colleagues, they elected him to Chair the Texas House Republican Caucus. Before taking office, Craig experienced a career in both the political and business fields. He spent over two decades working on campaigns to help elect Republicans at the local, state, and national levels. Then, for nearly a decade he worked alongside his father at a family run gourmet food and wine store in Fort Worth.  When Craig wins election to the U.S. House of Representatives, he will become the third Jewish Republican to serve in the upcoming Congress.
Michael Goldstein
Michael Goldstein
CT-04
Michael Goldstein
CT-04
Dr. Michael Goldstein is a Physician and attorney.  He has been fighting for his patients for over 40 years.  Later in life, Michael decided to become a lawyer and went to law school at Pace University at night. Michael is currently an elected official at the Greenwich Representative Town Meeting (city council). Michael is a Fighter. He is not afraid to work hard to get where he wants to go and now, he wants to work for Connecticut Residents in Washington D.C.  For over a decade, he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the New York County Medical Society and served as its President from 2015-17 and improved the financial health of the organization. He is a Delegate of the New York County Medical Society to the House of Delegates of the Medical Society of the State of New York and the Chairman of the Work Group for Collective Negotiations. He has been active in the political activities of both the NY County and State Medical Societies.  Dr. Goldstein has been an active member of the Board of Managers of the SUNY Downstate College of Medicine Alumni Association and its immediate Past President. The organization is responsible for giving scholarships and grants to economically disadvantaged medical students to help ease their economic burdens and enhance their educational experience. Michael also served on the Board of Trustees of his synagogue, Temple Sholom. He is a strong supporter of Israel. Michael lives in Greenwich, CT, with his wife, Belle, and has two adult children.
Tony Gonzales
Rep. Tony Gonzales
TX-23
Rep. Tony Gonzales
TX-23
Congressman Tony Gonzales was first elected to represent Texas’s 23rd district in 2020 after a distinguished military career. A career cryptologist in the Navy, Gonzales rose to the highest enlisted rank of Master Chief Petty Officer for work in support of combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan that required numerous deployments to the Middle East and Asia. Gonzales also served on Capitol Hill as a Department of Defense Legislative Fellow for U.S. Senator Marco Rubio and was a National Security Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. As a Congressman, Tony Gonzales has been an indispensable ally to Jewish Americans and a key supporter of strengthening the U.S.-Israel alliance. He is a co-chair of the Latino Jewish Caucus, and, as a member of the powerful House Appropriations Committee, he’s played an important role in ensuring that critical funds for Israeli missile defense and other areas of cooperation are provided.
Lance Gooden
Rep. Lance Gooden
TX-05
Rep. Lance Gooden
TX-05
First elected in 2018, Congressman Lance Gooden represents Texas’ 5th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. The 5th District stretches from Dallas County to Henderson, Kaufman, Van Zandt, Wood, and Upshur Counties. In the 118th Congress, Congressman Gooden is a member of the House Committee on the Judiciary and the House Armed Services Committee. Prior to joining the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Gooden served three terms in the Texas House of Representatives and worked in the insurance industry for 10 years.
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Rep. Sam Graves
MO-06
Rep. Sam Graves
MO-06
Currently in his 12th term, Congressman Sam Graves is a lifelong resident of Missouri’s 6th Congressional District. As Chairman of the Transportation and Infrastructure committee, Congressman Graves oversees all modes of transportation – our aviation system, highways and bridges, transit and rail transportation, pipelines, and maritime and waterborne transportation. Congressman Graves is also a member of the House Committee on Armed Services. 
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Rep. Mark Green
TN-07
Rep. Mark Green
TN-07
Congressman Mark Green first took the oath of office to represent the 7th District of Tennessee in Congress on January 3, 2019. Rep. Green serves as Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security and is a member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. He also received the impressive distinction of being unanimously voted President of the Republican freshman class in the House of Representatives. He currently serves as President of the Republican junior class.  Rep. Green’s time serving in the Armed Forces also made him aware of the need for strong American leadership internationally, as well as the generational threat China poses. After graduating from West Point, he came to Tennessee in his last assignment in the Army as the flight surgeon for the premier special operations aviation regiment. As a Night Stalker, Green deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan in the War on Terror. His most memorable mission was the capture of Saddam Hussein. During the mission, he interrogated Hussein for six hours. Congressman Green was awarded the Bronze Star, the Air Medal with V Device for Valor, among many others.
Morgan Griffith
Rep. Morgan Griffith
VA-09
Rep. Morgan Griffith
VA-09
Congressman Morgan Griffith was first elected to represent the 9th Congressional District of Virginia in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2010. He is a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which has jurisdiction over some of the most important issues facing Virginia’s 9th District including public health and federal regulations. For the 118th Congress, he was named Chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. He is also a member of the Subcommittee on Health and the Subcommittee on Energy. Prior to his election to the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Griffith served as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1994 to 2011, where he represented the Eighth District. In 2000, Morgan was elected House Majority Leader, the first Republican in Virginia history to hold that position.
Glenn Grothman
Rep. Glenn Grothman
WI-06
Rep. Glenn Grothman
WI-06
Congressman Glenn Grothman represents Wisconsin’s 6th Congressional District. He is currently serving his 5th term in Congress, having first been elected in 2014. In the House of Representatives, Congressman Grothman serves on three committees, the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, where he serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs, and the House Committee on the Budget. His time in office has also been marked by his passionate advocacy for manufacturing, worker training, welfare reform, higher education reform, immigration reform, and pro-life causes. Grothman has also been recognized for his work to protect Medicare and Social Security by receiving the “Guardian of Seniors’ Rights” award.
Andrew Gutmann
Andrew Gutmann
FL-22
Andrew Gutmann
FL-22
Candidate for U.S. Congress (FL-22)
Mike Haridopolos
Mike Haridopolos
FL-08
Mike Haridopolos
FL-08
Candidate for U.S. Congress (FL-08)
Diana Harshbarger
Rep. Diana Harshbarger
TN-01
Rep. Diana Harshbarger
TN-01
Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 2020, representing Tennessee’s 1st District. In Congress, she serves on the House Energy and Commerce. She has been a vocal supporter of conservative policies, including reducing government spending and lowering taxes. She has also advocated for increased healthcare access, particularly for rural communities in her district. Prior to Congress, she worked as a pharmacist for over 30 years, owning and operating several pharmacies in the East Tennessee region.
James Hayes
James Hayes
PA-12
James Hayes
PA-12
Candidate for U.S. Congress (PA-12)
Kevin Hern
Rep. Kevin Hern
OK-01
Rep. Kevin Hern
OK-01
Congressman Kevin Hern was elected in 2018, and represents Oklahoma’s 1st District in the United States House of Representatives. He currently serves on the House Committee on Ways and Means, and the Select Revenue Measures and Health Subcommittees. Additionally, he is the Chairman of the Republican Study Committee. Prior to his service in Washington, Congressman Hern owned and operated a chain of McDonald’s franchises in northeastern Oklahoma.
Yvette Herrell
Yvette Herrell
NM-02
Yvette Herrell
NM-02
Candidate for U.S. Congress (NM-02) Yvette Herrell was a reliable supporter of pro-Israel efforts during her previous service representing this southern New Mexico district. The Democratic incumbent Gabe Vasquez has one of the worst records on supporting Israel of any Democrat in a competitive seat. 
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Rep. Ashley Hinson
IA-01
Rep. Ashley Hinson
IA-01
Congresswoman Ashley Hinson was elected in 2020, and proudly represents Iowa’s 2nd District in the U.S. House of Representatives. She began her career as a local reporter for KCRG-TV in Cedar Rapids, and then served in the Iowa House of Representatives.  She currently sits on the House Committee on Appropriations, and the China Select Committee.
Larry Hogan
Larry Hogan
U.S. Senate – Maryland
Larry Hogan
U.S. Senate – Maryland
Larry Hogan is not a career politician. As a lifelong Marylander and small business owner who was fed up with sky-high taxes, politics-as-usual, and decades of one-party rule, he started Change Maryland, the largest non-partisan grassroots citizen organization in state history. In 2014, out-numbered in party registration by more than 2-1, and outspent by more than 5-1, Larry Hogan pulled off the biggest upset in America on election night, becoming only the second Republican Governor elected in Maryland in 50 years. Once in office, Governor Hogan quickly became an example of leadership for the nation, accomplishing what many believed was no longer possible: bipartisan, common sense solutions. After four years of economic success and bipartisan progress in one of the bluest states in America, Governor Hogan was overwhelmingly re-elected to a second term in 2018, making him only the second Republican to do so in the entire history of the state.
Richard Hudson
Rep. Richard Hudson
NC-09
Rep. Richard Hudson
NC-09
Congressman Richard Hudson has served in since 2013, currently representing North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District. In the 118th Congress, Hudson was elected by his colleagues to House Republican leadership as the Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) and sits on the Energy and Commerce Committee. This position places Hudson 4th in line to Speaker and makes him the highest ranking Republican Member of Congress from North Carolina in history. Rated the most effective legislator from North Carolina according to the Center for Effective Lawmaking, Rep. Hudson has also been named the 12th most conservative Member of the House by National Journal, demonstrating a commitment to delivering results without compromising principles.
Paul Hudson
Paul Hudson
MI-03
Paul Hudson
MI-03
Candidate for U.S. Congress (MI-03)
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Rep. Bill Huizenga
MI-04
Rep. Bill Huizenga
MI-04
Congressman Bill Huizenga represents Michigan’s 4th Congressional District. Since January of 2017, Congressman Huizenga has been elected by his colleagues to serve as a Co-Chair of the Great Lakes Task Force.  During the 118th Congress, Congressman Huizenga will serve as the Chairman of the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee on the House Financial Services Committee, the Subcommittee on Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship, and Capital Markets. For the first time, Congressman Huizenga will be serving on the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Huizenga serves on both the Subcommittee on Europe as well as the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere.
Wesley Hunt
Rep. Wesley Hunt
TX-38
Rep. Wesley Hunt
TX-38
West Point graduate Wesley Hunt served for eight years as an Army pilot. He was deployed twice to Saudi Arabia and completed a combat deployment to Iraq. Subsequently, he returned to his hometown of Houston, where he worked in the real estate and construction industries and became active in community service. As a freshman member of Congress, Hunt has focused on border security, energy security, and national security. He describes himself as a constitutional conservative and is committed to building bridges between the GOP and black voters.
Darrell Issa
Rep. Darrell Issa
CA-48
Rep. Darrell Issa
CA-48
Congressman Darrell Issa represents California’s 48th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives. He is a senior member of the House Judiciary Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee. From 2011-2015, he was the Chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and previously served on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, the Energy & Commerce Committee, and the Small Business Committee. A holder of 37 patents, Congressman Issa has been vigilant about protecting intellectual property rights, and carries a strong business background to Washington.
Brian Jack
Brian Jack
GA-03
Brian Jack
GA-03
Candidate for U.S. Congress (GA-03)
John James
Rep. John James
MI-10
Rep. John James
MI-10
Congressman John James is a West Point graduate who flew combat missions for the Army in Iraq. He’s a businessman who created hundreds of good-paying jobs. And he’s a high-impact member of the House GOP’s majority-making class of 2022 who won attention for his sharp questions to college presidents at a December hearing on antisemitism. In addition to serving on the education committee, James attends to his Macomb-county district’s infrastructure needs on the Transportation committee and chairs the Africa subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. His first election was close and his bid for a second term is expected to be even closer in a state that is also a key presidential and Senate battleground. A staunch Israel ally, James visited the Jewish state on a solidarity mission in the aftermath of Hamas’ October 7th rampage.
Zuhdi Jasser
Zuhdi Jasser
AZ-04
Zuhdi Jasser
AZ-04
Candidate for U.S. Congress (AZ-04)
Drew Johnson
Drew Johnson
NV-03
Drew Johnson
NV-03
Candidate for U.S. Congress (NV-03)
Speaker Mike Johnson
Speaker Mike Johnson
LA-04
Speaker Mike Johnson
LA-04
Speaker Mike Johnson is the Speaker of the House of Representatives and a Republican member of Congress proudly serving Louisiana’s Fourth District. On October 25, 2023, he was elected unanimously by his House Republican colleagues to serve as the 56th Speaker of the House.
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Rep. Jim Jordan
OH-04
Rep. Jim Jordan
OH-04
Congressman Jim Jordan is the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and is currently in his 9th term. He was a founding member of the House Freedom Caucus, serving as its Chair from 2015-2017 and its Vice Chair since 2017. He was the Ranking Member of the House Oversight Committee from 2019 to 2020. He also serves on the Committee on Oversight and Accountability, and is the Chairman of the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government.
David Joyce
Rep. Dave Joyce
OH-14
Rep. Dave Joyce
OH-14
In November of 2012, Congressman Dave Joyce was elected to represent the 14th Congressional District of Ohio in the U.S. House of Representatives. He co-founded the Bipartisan Task Force to End Sexual Violence in the 115th Congress and is the Vice Chair of the Addiction, Treatment and Recovery Caucus. Congressman Joyce serves on the influential House Committee on Appropriations. In this role, he works to restore fiscal responsibility, which he believes is needed to create a stronger, more prosperous nation for the next generation. In 2022, Congressman Joyce was elected Chairman of the Republican Governance Group, a group of Republican lawmakers from across the country that is composed of pragmatic members who are committed to productive and effective governance.
Paul Junge
Paul Junge
MI-08
Paul Junge
MI-08
Candidate for U.S. Congress (MI-08)
Jim Justice
Jim Justice
U.S. Senate – West Virginia
Jim Justice
U.S. Senate – West Virginia
Before his election as Governor of West Virginia in 2016, Jim was the President and CEO of 102 different companies and created thousands of jobs, principally in his role as President and CEO of Bluestone Industries, Inc. and Bluestone Coal Corporation. He is also a farmer who has won awards for his achievements in the agriculture industry.
Tom Kean
Rep. Tom Kean
NJ-07
Rep. Tom Kean
NJ-07
Congressman Tom Kean was elected in 2022, representing New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. He currently serves on the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, and the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Congressman Kean’s allegiance to public service has been inspired by the proud heritage of the Kean family. The grandson of former U.S. Representative Robert Kean and son of former Governor Thomas H. Kean, Sr., he is continuing a legacy of dedicated public service to New Jersey. Prior to serving in Congress, he was a member of the New Jersey Senate.
Trent Kelly
Rep. Trent Kelly
MS-01
Rep. Trent Kelly
MS-01
Congressman Trent Kelly won a special election runoff in 2015 to represent the 1st District of Mississippi in the 114th Congress. Currently in his 5th term in Congress, he serves on the House Armed Services Committee, serving as Chairman of the Seapower and Projection Forces Subcommittee. Congressman Kelly also serves on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, serving as Chairman of the Defense Intelligence & Overhead Architecture Subcommittee. He also serves on the House Agriculture Committee. Congressman Kelly has spent 37 years in the Mississippi Army National Guard as a Combat Engineer and is currently serving as a Major General. He has received two Bronze Stars, the Combat Action Badge, the Bronze, Silver, and Gold de Fleury medals, and numerous other federal and state awards for his service.
Mike Kelly
Rep. Mike Kelly
PA-16
Rep. Mike Kelly
PA-16
Congressman Mike Kelly is constantly honored and humbled to represent the values, interests, and concerns of the 16th District of Pennsylvania, especially as they relate to his work on the House Ways and Means Committee and his role as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Oversight. He is proud to be considered a leader among his colleagues as he serves as the Republican chairman of the Congressional Korea Caucus, the House Automotive Caucus, the Childhood Cancer Caucus, the House Retirement Security Caucus, the Health Care Innovation Caucus, and the House Small Brewers Caucus. He is also an appointed member on the President’s Export Council.
Jen Kiggans
Rep. Jen Kiggans
VA-02
Rep. Jen Kiggans
VA-02
Congresswoman Jen Kiggans is serving Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Prior to serving Virginians in public office, Congresswoman Kiggans served as a pilot in the U.S. Navy, serving our nation for a total of 10 years flying H-46 and H-3 helicopters and completing two deployments to the Persian Gulf. She has also worked in our nation’s healthcare system as a Geriatric Nurse Practitioner. Congresswoman Kiggans currently serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Committee on Natural Resources, and the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.
Young Kim
Rep. Young Kim
CA-40
Rep. Young Kim
CA-40
First elected in 2020, Congresswoman Young Kim is an immigrant, a small business owner, a community leader, a mother and a grandmother. Congresswoman Kim is proud to be one of the first Korean American women ever to serve in Congress and aims to help all Americans have the chance to achieve their dream just like she did. Rep. Kim started her public service as Director of Community Relations and Asian Affairs for former Congressman Ed Royce, where she was a key liaison to the district and advisor on issues pertaining to the Asian-American community and foreign policy. Prior to serving in Congress, she was the first ever Korean American Republican woman to serve in the California State Assembly. As an Assemblywoman, she fought to grow jobs, support small businesses, ensure public safety, promote educational opportunities, support veterans and protect victims of domestic violence.
David Kustoff
Rep. David Kustoff
TN-08
Rep. David Kustoff
TN-08
In 2016, Congressman David Kustoff was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. In 2018, 2020, and 2022 he was re-elected to the House of Representatives and he currently is in his fourth term serving the 8th District of Tennessee. He serves on the House Committee on Ways and Means. Over the years, he has served in various roles for the Republican Party, such as Chairman of the Shelby County GOP from 1995 to 1999, Tennessee Chairman of Lamar Alexander’s successful run for U.S. Senate in 2002 and Tennessee Chairman of both Bush/Cheney presidential campaigns in 2000 and 2004. Congressman Kustoff is one of two Jewish Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Darin LaHood
Rep. Darin LaHood
IL-16
Rep. Darin LaHood
IL-16
Congressman Darin LaHood serves the constituents of the 16th District of Illinois. Originally sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives in 2015 after winning a special election, he won re-election to serve his fourth full term in Congress last year. Rep. Lahood serves on the powerful House Ways and Means Committee and is Chairman of the Subcommittee on Work and Welfare. LaHood also serves on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party. Congressman LaHood also co-chairs the bipartisan US-China Working Group, and is an active member of the Digital Trade Caucus, the U.S.-Lebanon Friendship Caucus, and the Congressional Soccer Caucus.
Kari Lake
Kari Lake
U.S. Senate – Arizona
Kari Lake
U.S. Senate – Arizona
The daughter of a teacher and a nurse, Kari Lake grew up in Iowa alongside her eight siblings where she learned the value of a hard day’s work. Fascinated with people’s stories, Kari pursued a career in the news industry where she would become a symbol of truth in journalism when she rejected the agenda-driven press and walked away from the mainstream media after a highly successful 27 years. In 2022, Kari ran for Governor of Arizona with the endorsement of President Donald J. Trump on a platform of putting Arizona First. Kari believes in secure borders, energy independence, safe streets, education not indoctrination, pushing back against the radical Biden agenda, and preserving the western heritage that makes Arizona special. Kari Lake is a voice for the silent majority and fights back against the relentless assault on our freedoms by the radical left. She believes Arizona can and should be the standard bearer for America First policies nationwide.
Nick LaLota
Rep. Nick LaLota
NY-01
Rep. Nick LaLota
NY-01
The RJC is proud to endorse Congressman Nick LaLota, one of the impressive New York Republicans whose 2022 victory gave the GOP a majority in the House. He’s been an unflinching supporter of Israel’s right of self-defense and he’s spoken out on the problem of antisemitism on campus. He’s off to a strong start in the seat previously held by Jewish Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin.  Nick LaLota is a proud Navy veteran with a record of public service, integrity, and commitment to the people of NY-1. He is an asset to the House Armed Forces Committee, the House Homeland Security Committee, and the House Small Business Committee and a dedicated advocate for his constituents.  Democrats have targeted New York, putting big money and big-name liberals into the battle for seats the GOP captured last cycle, but Nick LaLota has earned the trust and esteem of the people of NY-1 and particularly the Jewish community of Long Island. We are proud to support him. 
Nick Langworthy
Rep. Nick Langworthy
NY-23
Rep. Nick Langworthy
NY-23
Congressman Nick Langworthy was elected in 2022 and represents New York’s 23rd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. He serves on three committees for the 118th Congress – Agriculture, Oversight and Accountability, and  Rules. Prior to his term in Congress, he served as New York Republican State Committee Chairman, leading the way to the biggest Republican state legislative gains in recent memory and helping deliver the House majority to the GOP.
Bob Latta
Rep. Bob Latta
OH-05
Rep. Bob Latta
OH-05
Since 2007, Congressman Bob Latta has served the people of Ohio’s Fifth Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives. Congressman Latta is a senior member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Congressman Latta is the chair of the Subcommittee on Communications and Technology where he advocates for policies that help consumers, grow our economy, spur innovation, and close the digital divide. He is also a member of the Subcommittee on Energy, Climate, and Grid Security and the Subcommittee on Health. Along with his committee positions, Congressman Latta is a Deputy Whip and Co-Chairs the Rural Broadband Caucus and the Congressional Propane Caucus.
Mike Lawler
Rep. Mike Lawler
NY-17
Rep. Mike Lawler
NY-17
After pulling off the biggest upset of the 2022 election cycle, defeating DCCC Chairman Sean Patrick Maloney by fewer than 2,000 votes, Congressman Mike Lawler is leading House GOP efforts to strengthen the US-Israel relationship while holding those who demonize the Jewish state accountable. As an example, in rapid response to rampant antisemitism at the City University of New York (CUNY), Congressman Lawler introduced the “Stop Antisemitism on College Campuses Act,” which would rescind public funding for universities that tolerate antisemitic events on campus.
Laurel Lee
Rep. Laurel Lee
FL-15
Rep. Laurel Lee
FL-15
Elected in 2022, Congresswoman Laurel Lee is in her 1st term serving Florida’s 15th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Prior to her election to Congress, she served as Florida’s 36th Secretary of State under the DeSantis Administration from January 2019 to May 2022. Congresswoman Lee serves on the House Judiciary and Homeland Security Committees. Her main focus on these committees includes government accountability and transparency and protecting our nation from threats both abroad and at home. During her first week in office, she introduced the REINS Act to remove burdensome government regulations for Floridians.
John Lee
John Lee
NV-04
John Lee
NV-04
Candidate for U.S. Congress (NV-04)
Bryan Leib
Bryan Leib
FL-25
Bryan Leib
FL-25
Bryan E. Leib was born in Philadelphia, PA and he has been a resident of Florida since January 2022. He is a small business owner, a frequent TV commentator and most recently, he is a Republican Candidate for Florida’s 25th Congressional District. Mr. Leib is currently the CEO and Founder of Henry Public Relations, a PR firm dedicated to elevating conservative voices, brands, and organizations in national and international media. In addition, he is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Fundamental Rights in Budapest, Hungary. Mr. Leib has appeared on Fox News, Newsmax TV, One America’s Voice, Real America’s Voice, i24 News, and ILTV many times. His op-eds have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Fox News, Washington Times, Daily Caller, Jerusalem Post, JNS, Israel Hayom and many others. In January 2024, Mr. Leib was appointed to serve on the Heritage Foundation’s National Task Force to Combat and Monitor Antisemitism in Washington D.C. He is the former Executive Director of The Iranian Americans for Liberty (IAL), a foreign policy think tank dedicated to countering the Islamic Republic of Iran. As a lay leader, Mr. Leib has spent over a decade serving in various roles such as Board Chair, Treasurer and Board member with organizations such as; United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, Miami-Dade County Film and Entertainment Advisory Board, JEXIT, Jewish National Fund, National Museum of American Jewish History, Zionist Organization of America, Jewish Business Network and the Philadelphia Young Republicans.
Julia Letlow
Rep. Julia Letlow
LA-05
Rep. Julia Letlow
LA-05
Congresswoman Julia Letlow represents Louisiana’s 5th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives and is the state’s first Republican woman elected to Congress. She took office in April 2021 after receiving 65 percent of the vote in a special election to win the seat previously won by her husband Luke, who passed away from complications of COVID-19 just days before taking office. She is the first woman to represent Louisiana in the House of Representatives in 30 years. Congresswoman Letlow serves on the House Committee on Appropriations, holding seats on the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration and the Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs.
Leslie Lewallen
Leslie Lewallen
WA-03
Leslie Lewallen
WA-03
Candidate for U.S. Congress (WA-03)
Kevin Lincoln
Kevin Lincoln
CA-09
Kevin Lincoln
CA-09
Candidate for U.S. Congress (CA-09)
George Logan
George Logan
CT-05
George Logan
CT-05
Candidate for U.S. Congress (CT-05)
Barry Loudermilk
Rep. Barry Loudermilk
GA-11
Rep. Barry Loudermilk
GA-11
Congressman Barry Loudermilk represents northwest Georgia’s 11th Congressional District. In the 118th Congress, Congressman Loudermilk serves as a member of the U.S. House Financial Services Committee and is the Vice Chairman of the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Monetary Policy. Congressman Loudermilk also serves on the Committee on House Administration and is the Chairman on the Subcommittee on Oversight and serves as a member of the Republican Study Committee (RSC), a conservative caucus of House Republicans. Before being elected to Congress in 2014, he was a small business owner for over 20 years, and also served in the Georgia State Legislature for 9 years.
Frank Lucas
Rep. Frank Lucas
OK-03
Rep. Frank Lucas
OK-03
Congressman Frank Lucas is a fifth generation Oklahoman whose family has lived and farmed in Oklahoma for over 120 years. He was first elected to the United States House of Representatives in a special election in 1994. In the 118th Congress, Congressman Lucas serves as the Chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee. As the longest-serving Republican on the House Financial Services Committee, Lucas serves on the Digital Assets, Financial Technology, and Inclusion Subcommittee as well as the Capital Markets Subcommittee. Congressman Lucas also serves as the longest-serving Member on the House Committee on Agriculture and was chairman of the committee from 2011 to 2015.
Morgan Luttrell
Rep. Morgan Luttrell
TX-08
Rep. Morgan Luttrell
TX-08
Elected in 2022, Congressman Morgan Luttrell is currently in his 1st term in the U.S. House of Representatives, where he serves the people of Texas’ 8th District. He serves on three Committees in Congress: House Armed Services Committee, Committee on Homeland Security, and Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. He turned his strong values, deep love for America, and passion for helping others into a career of distinguished service, enlisting in the US Navy. In 2009, by the grace of God, Morgan survived a deadly helicopter crash that left him with a broken back and a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Following an honorable 14-year military career, Morgan retired from the Navy in 2014 and applied his personal success and experience to help fellow veterans recover from PTSD and traumatic brain injuries sustained in battle.  Former Texas Governor and Energy Secretary Rick Perry appointed Morgan to serve as a Special Advisor at the Department of Energy—leading the creation of the Artificial Intelligence and Technologies Office to ensure America continued to outpace Russia and China in the development of machine-learning technology.
Nancy Mace
Rep. Nancy Mace
SC-01
Rep. Nancy Mace
SC-01
Congresswoman Nancy Mace is a true trailblazer – the first woman to graduate from the legendary Citadel military college in South Carolina. Now in her second term in Congress, she’s emerged quickly as a dedicated representative of the state’s Lowcountry – and a leading voice for conservatives. She currently serves on the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, the House Armed Services Committee, and the House Committee on Veterans Affairs.
Ryan Mackenzie
Ryan Mackenzie
PA-07
Ryan Mackenzie
PA-07
Candidate for U.S. Congress (PA-07) Ryan Mackenzie is a Lehigh Valley native and an experienced legislator who has served in leadership and top committee roles in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. His sensible conservative approach will be a big improvement over incumbent Susan Wild, who has been an apologist on the House Foreign Affairs Committee for Biden’s foreign policy failures. 
Nicole Malliotakis
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis
NY-11
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis
NY-11
Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis is serving her second term representing New York’s 11th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. In the 118th Congress, she was named to the House Committee on Ways and Means. Throughout her tenure, she has been focused on making America’s cities safe again, securing the southern border, tackling inflation to strengthen our economy and unleashing America’s energy potential. A member of the House Committee of Foreign Affairs, she has been a strong voice for American values overseas, having successfully inserted language into the National Defense Authorization Act requiring more transparency regarding Iran’s nefarious activities on U.S. soil.
Celeste Maloy
Rep. Celeste Maloy
UT-02
Rep. Celeste Maloy
UT-02
After decades of living in small-town southern Utah, Celeste Maloy is uniquely aware of the issues facing the Second Congressional District. She is known for being a passionate defender of land rights and ownership after spending time in the district surrounded by its rich natural resources and public lands. Celeste began her public service career as a soil conservationist for ten years before going on to earn her law degree from Brigham Young University and becoming a deputy Washington County attorney. She also served as a public lands attorney for the Utah Association of Counties and a staff attorney for the Washington County Water Conservancy District. Most recently, she served as Chief Legal Counsel to former Representative Chris Stewart. Celeste joined Congress in 2023 and serves on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee as well as the House Committee on Small Business. She is also proud to serve on several caucuses, including the Colorado River Basin Caucus and Bipartisan Wildfire Caucus, where she can address issues directly impacting the West.
Brian Mast
Rep. Brian Mast
FL-21
Rep. Brian Mast
FL-21
Congressman Brian Mast is in his 4th term representing the 21st Congressional District of Florida. In Congress, he strives to serve as he did on the battlefield: without regard for personal gain or personal sacrifice. He is a member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee. Prior to his election to Congress, he followed in his father’s footsteps by serving in the U.S. Army for more than 12 years, earning medals including The Bronze Star Medal, The Army Commendation Medal for Valor, The Purple Heart Medal, and The Defense Meritorious Service Medal. While deployed in Afghanistan, he worked as a bomb disposal expert under the elite Joint Special Operations Command. The last improvised explosive device that he found resulted in catastrophic injuries, which included the loss of both of his legs.
Michael McCaul
Rep. Michael McCaul
TX-10
Rep. Michael McCaul
TX-10
Congressman Michael McCaul is currently serving his 10th term representing Texas’ 10th District in the United States Congress. At the beginning of the 118th Congress, Congressman McCaul became the Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. This committee considers legislation that impacts the diplomatic community, which includes the Department of State, the Agency for International Development (USAID), the Peace Corps, the United Nations, and the enforcement of the Arms Export Control Act. In his capacity as the Committee’s Chairman, McCaul is committed to ensuring we promote America’s leadership on the global stage. In his view, it is essential that the United States bolsters international engagement with our allies, counters the aggressive policies of our adversaries, and advances the common interests of nations in defense of stability and democracy around the globe. He will continue to use his national security expertise to work to counter threats facing the United States, especially the increasing threat we face from nation state actors such as China, Iran, Russia, North Korea, among others.
Dave McCormick
Dave McCormick
U.S. Senate – Pennsylvania
Dave McCormick
U.S. Senate – Pennsylvania
Dave McCormick has a battle plan for America’s renewal — and he’s ready to bring it and his leadership to the United States Senate on behalf of Pennsylvania. He’s a West Point graduate, combat veteran and Bronze star recipient. He’s a Pennsylvania job creator and a business leader. He’s a national security expert and a strong and experienced voice for how to overcome the threat from China. And, most important, he is a devoted husband and father of six bright young women for whom he wants to preserve the American dream. He was deployed to the Middle East during the First Gulf War and received the Bronze Star for his service in Iraq before retiring as a Captain. After the Army, Dave earned his Ph.D. in international relations from Princeton University before moving to Pittsburgh to start a career in business. He worked his way up to become the CEO of FreeMarkets, a successful tech startup that employed hundreds in Western Pennsylvania. In 2005, Dave was called to service again, this time in the highest levels of government, including as Under Secretary of Treasury and as Deputy National Security Advisor. Following the administration, Dave joined Bridgewater Associates, one of the largest, most successful investment firms in the world. He served as CEO until he resigned to run for Senate in Pennsylvania in 2022.
Rich McCormick
Rep. Rich McCormick
GA-06
Rep. Rich McCormick
GA-06
Congressman Rich McCormick is a decorated veteran and Emergency Room physician who proudly serves Georgia’s 6th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives. Elected in 2022, he currently serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology. He is a member of the Tactical Air and Land Forces Subcommittee, the Cyber Information, Technologies, and Innovation Subcommittee, the Middle East North Africa, and Central Asia Subcommittee, the Global Health Human Rights, and International Organizations Subcommittee, the Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee, and the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee. During his two decades of service, Congressman McCormick deployed to combat zones in Africa, the Persian Gulf, and Afghanistan. As a Marine, he flew helicopters, was Airborne and attached to Army and foreign forces, and taught at Georgia Tech and Morehouse College as the Marine Officer Instructor. In the Navy, Congressman McCormick earned the rank of Commander and served as Department Head for the Emergency Medicine Department in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
John McGuire
John McGuire
VA-05
John McGuire
VA-05
RJC is proud to endorse John McGuire, a conservative stalwart who made his support for Israel clear, stating: “Israel is under attack and deserves our support. Congress should be unequivocal in supporting Israel with the resources it needs in this ongoing fight against terrorism.” If you don’t stand with the Jewish community, if you don’t stand with Israel, Republican or Democrat, the RJC will work to defeat you. Recently, the U.S. House of Representatives passed emergency aid funding for our key security partners, including urgently needed military assistance for our beleaguered ally Israel. Congressman Bob Good (VA-05) shamefully voted against this critical support for the Jewish state, abandoning Israel as it continues to fight for its very survival after the worst massacre of Jews since the Holocaust. This vote showed who Israel’s true friends are, and exposed those like Congressman Bob Good who are not. For the pro-Israel community, this is not the first time concerns have been raised about Rep. Bob Good’s undermining of U.S. support for Israel: Good also voted against passage of an Israel aid bill in February, and he opposed a defense authorization bill that included important funding for joint U.S.-Israel defense programs, including Iron Dome. We urge the voters of Virginia’s Fifth Congressional district to join us in supporting John McGuire in the June 18th Republican primary.
Derek Merrin
Derek Merrin
OH-09
Derek Merrin
OH-09
Candidate for U.S. Congress (OH-09) Derek Merrin is taking on a forty-year congressional veteran, Democrat Marcy Kaptur. Kaptur has especially poor relations with pro-Israel supporters, whereas Merrin, a long-time leader in the Ohio House of Representatives, is a rock-solid Israel ally. Because Kaptur is a senior member of the powerful Appropriations committee, Merrin is counting on grassroots Republicans across the nation to help him close the money gap in this race.
Mark Messmer
Mark Messmer
IN-08
Mark Messmer
IN-08
Candidate for U.S. Congress (IN-08)
Dan Meuser
Rep. Dan Meuser
PA-09
Rep. Dan Meuser
PA-09
Congressman Meuser serves on the House Financial Services and Small Business Committees. He also currently serves as the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access for the Small Business Committee. Congressman Meuser is also a member of the Problem Solvers Caucus, the Republican Study Committee, the Border Security Caucus, the Congressional Coal Caucus. 
Max Miller
Rep. Max Miller
OH-07
Rep. Max Miller
OH-07
Congressman Max Miller, elected in 2022, is serving his first term as the United States Representative for Ohio’s 7th Congressional District. Congressman Miller sits on the House Committee on Science, Space & Technology and the House Agriculture Committee. He serves as the chairman of the Subcommittee on the Environment. He also serves on the Subcommittee on Energy and the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight. Before joining Congress, he served as a senior advisor to President Donald Trump and spent six years in the Marine Corps Reserves. As a veteran, Congressman Miller supports American military preeminence to ensure peace through strength. A Jewish American himself, he has stood up to antisemites in Congress like Ilhan Omar and has been a steadfast defender of the State of Israel.
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Rep. Carol Miller
WV-01
Rep. Carol Miller
WV-01
We are proud to endorse Congresswoman Carol Miller – a fierce advocate for her West Virginia constituents and a strong ally to the Jewish community.  Miller developed her effective legislative skills as a member of the state legislature. Now in her third term in the U.S. House of Representatives, she is hitting her stride as a member of the influential Ways and Means committee. Congresswoman Miller been a reliable supporter of pro-Israel measures – most recently the newly enacted Israel Supplemental Appropriations Act. And she understands that America must continue to lead in a dangerous world. Congresswoman Miller is being challenged by Derrick Evans, a convicted felon and fringe extremist who believes it’s reasonable to conclude that “Israel had a whole lot to do with January 6” and that we need to investigate whether “Jews stole the [2020] election.” For such a person to become a Congressman would be an embarrassment for Republicans nation-wide. But it’s West Virginians who would be hurt the most if a dependable conservative like Carol Miller were to be replaced by a criminal provocateur. We urge voters in WV-01 to support Rep. Carol Miller in the May 14th GOP primary.
Mariannette Miller-Meeks
Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks
IA-02
Rep. Marianette Miller-Meeks
IA-02
Elected in 2020, Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks represents Iowa’s 1st District. She is a member of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, where she sits on the Subcommittee on Health and the Subcommittee on Environment, Manufacturing, and Critical Minerals, as well as the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, where she serves as Chairwoman of the Subcommittee on Health.
Marc Molinaro
Rep. Marc Molinaro
NY-19
Rep. Marc Molinaro
NY-19
Congressman Marc Molinaro was elected in 2022 to serve New York’s 19th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. In Congress, he serves on the House Committee on Agriculture, House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure, and the House Committee on Small Business. A native New Yorker and a former Mayor, State Assemblyman, and County Executive, Congressman Molinaro is a career problem solver who ran for Congress to make Upstate New York a better place to live, work, and raise a family.
Blake Moore
Rep. Blake Moore
UT-01
Rep. Blake Moore
UT-01
Elected in 2020, Congressman Blake Moore currently serves as the first-ever Utah Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee, where he sits on the Healthcare, Social Security, and Work and Welfare subcommittees. He also serves on the House Budget Committee to push for policies to reverse our national debt crisis and advocate for Utah’s defense community. Congressman Moore was the most successful freshman Republican member in terms of legislation passed, with four bills signed into law by President Biden and several more passed through committee. He was named a 2022 Fiscal Hero by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget for his efforts to convene a Debt and Deficit Task Force.
Bernie Moreno
Bernie Moreno
U.S. Senate – Ohio
Bernie Moreno
U.S. Senate – Ohio
The contrast between Bernie Moreno and Sherrod Brown is stark.  Bernie Moreno is a true political outsider. Sherrod Brown has been in elected office since 1974 and votes with Joe Biden 98 percent of the time. Bernie Moreno is a trusted friend of the Jewish community and an unwavering supporter of Israel. Sherrod Brown opposed President Trump tearing up the disastrous Iran nuclear deal with the genocidal mullahs in Tehran; and importantly, as Israel responded to the barbaric October 7, 2023 Hamas terrorist attacks, Sherrod Brown joined a November, 2023 letter questioning and undermining the Jewish state’s operations inside Gaza to defeat Hamas. This doesn’t come as a surprise to those of us who know the real Sherrod Brown, as he headlined far left anti-Israel J Street’s “Cleveland Chapter Launch” in 2020 and has been given the notorious title of “a strong J Street ally.” Bernie Moreno wants to secure the border, stop amnesty, and destroy the drug cartels. Sherrod Brown has given book royalties for nearly two decades to a group whose director has pushed for defunding police departments and abolishing ICE.  Bernie Moreno is a proven business leader. Sherrod Brown illegally claimed multiple owner-occupancy tax credits and failed to pay his taxes on time on his Cleveland home seven times since 2013. The choice is clear. RJC looks forward to turning out Jewish voters in Ohio, from Cleveland to Columbus to Cincinnati, for Bernie Moreno this November.
Greg Murphy
Rep. Greg Murphy
NC-03
Rep. Greg Murphy
NC-03
Rep. Gregory F. Murphy, M.D. is serving his third term in Congress, representing North Carolina’s Third Congressional District. The district covers much of Eastern North Carolina including New Bern, Jacksonville, Washington, and the Outer Banks. He serves on the House Ways and Means Committee as well as the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee and the Committee on House Administration. He Co-Chairs the House GOP Doctors Caucus. Rep. Murphy graduated magna cum laude from Davidson College and with honors from the University of North Carolina’s School of Medicine. He is the only practicing surgeon in Congress today.
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Rep. Dan Newhouse
WA-04
Rep. Dan Newhouse
WA-04
Congressman Dan Newhouse represents Washington’s 4th District. He currently serves on the Appropriations Committee, the Agriculture, Rural Development, and Food and Drug Administration Subcommittee, the Energy and Water Development Subcommittee, and the Homeland Security Subcommittee. Congressman Newhouse is also the Chairman of the Congressional Western Caucus.
Hollie Noveletsky
Hollie Noveletsky
NH-01
Hollie Noveletsky
NH-01
Candidate for U.S. Congress (NH-01)
Zach Nunn
Rep. Zach Nunn
IA-03
Rep. Zach Nunn
IA-03
Elected in 2022, Congressman Zach Nunn is in his 1st term representing Iowa’s 3rd District in the U.S. House of Representatives. In Congress, Zach continues to be a pragmatic problem-solver pushing common-sense policies to benefit Iowans in all 21 counties he has the honor of representing. He serves on the House Financial Services Committee and the House Agriculture Committee. Congressman Nunn served our country for almost two decades in the United States Air Force as an airborne intelligence officer, and currently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Air Force Reserve. He served as Director of Cybersecurity at the White House’s National Security Council combating cyber-attacks from foreign adversaries.
Jay Obernolte
Rep. Jay Obernolte
CA-23
Rep. Jay Obernolte
CA-23
Congressman Jay Obernolte proudly represents California’s 23rd District in the U.S. House of Representatives. He currently serves on the Energy and Commerce and Science, Space, and Technology Committees. He is the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight, and also serves on the Communications and Technology, Health, and Environment, Manufacturing, and Critical Minerals Subcommittees. In the 117th Congress, he passed 6 bills, of which three were signed into law, to help protect our nation’s supply chain and improve our defense against cyberterrorism.
Gary Palmer
Rep. Gary Palmer
AL-06
Rep. Gary Palmer
AL-06
In 2014, Congressman Gary Palmer was elected to the 114th Congress, having never served in office before. He serves on the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and the Subcommittees on Energy, Environment and Climate Change, and Oversight and Investigations. Congressman Palmer has also served as the Chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee since the 116th Congress. The Republican Policy Committee aims to unite Congressional Republicans on policy and help advise other members of leadership on policy decisions. 
August Pfluger
Rep. August Pfluger
TX-11
Rep. August Pfluger
TX-11
Elected in 2020, Congressman August Pfluger represents 20 counties in Texas’ 11th District. He served twenty years as a decorated fighter pilot, later as an advisor on the National Security Council, and still serves as a Colonel in the Air Force Reserves. In Congress, Rep. Pfluger is the first Member to represent Midland and Odessa on the Energy and Commerce Committee. He also serves on the House Committee on Homeland Security, and co-founded the MACH 1 Caucus and the Texas Ag Task Force. 
Russell Prescott
Russell Prescott
NH-01
Russell Prescott
NH-01
Candidate for U.S. Congress (NH-01)
Alan Rapoport
Alan Rapoport
OH-11
Alan Rapoport
OH-11
Alan Rapoport has experience that makes him uniquely well qualified to represent the 11th District of Ohio in the U.S. House of Representatives. He graduated magna cum laude from Kenyon College, where he received Highest Honors in History and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He attended Case Western Reserve School of Law, where he was elected to The Order of Barristers.  He served three terms as Mayor of Cleveland Heights, Ohio.  Alan has been an attorney in sole private practice for almost 50 years, representing families and businesses.  He has travelled to 24 different countries, including a Jewish Community Federation mission trip to Israel.  Alan now seeks yet another opportunity to serve his community by becoming a congressional representative of consequence.
Prasanth Reddy
Prasanth Reddy
KS-03
Prasanth Reddy
KS-03
Candidate for U.S. Congress (KS-03)
Mark Rice
Mark Rice
IL-08
Mark Rice
IL-08
Candidate for U.S. Congress (IL-08): Mark Rice is a long time Illinois businessman with strong conservative values. As a proud Jew and Zionist, Mark is strong on Jewish Issues and the success of America’s strongest ally in the Middle East, the state of Israel. Born and raised in Texas, he is married with a wife of 34 years and 4 children who all work with him in his energy business in Chicago. Mark has the plan in place and looks forward to flipping Illinois’ 8th US Congressional District red, bringing conservative and Jewish values back to Illinois and strengthening them in Congress. 
Mark Robertson
Mark Robertson
NV-01
Mark Robertson
NV-01
Candidate for U.S. Congress (NV-01)
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Rep. Hal Rogers
KY-05
Rep. Hal Rogers
KY-05
Serving Kentucky’s 5th Congressional District since 1981, Congressman Hal Rogers has been elected to 21 consecutive terms representing the people of southern and eastern Kentucky. On September 2, 2021, he made history as the longest-serving Member of Congress from Kentucky. On March 18, 2022, he became Dean of the U.S. House of Representatives, as the longest-serving Member in the House. With 40 years of experience on the Appropriations Committee, he has served on more than ten different subcommittees, including leadership roles as Chairman or Ranking Member of six. Notably, Congressman Rogers was tapped in 2003 to lead the first Subcommittee on Homeland Security. He currently serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and Science.
Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers
U.S. Senate – Michigan
Mike Rogers
U.S. Senate – Michigan
In 2000, Mike ran to represent Michigan in Congress, defeating his Democrat opponent in the closest race in the country that year. In Congress, Mike worked to eliminate federal taxes on education savings plans and passed legislation to help low-income families receive healthcare. Mike also authored the Respect for Fallen Heroes Act, which made protesting on federal land while families were burying service members who made the ultimate sacrifice a federal crime. On the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Mike worked to secure our nations’ energy independence and unleash American made energy by reducing the regulations and tax burdens on American families and small businesses. Mike made his greatest mark in Congress through his service as Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. He was among the first to sound the alarm on the economic and national security danger posed by China. Mike also fought Chinese efforts to steal American intellectual property, particularly working to protect Michigan’s auto industry. In 2015, Mike entered the private sector, creating a business where he became a champion for American innovation, passionately helping the small businesses that are the backbone of our economy. Mike is also passionate about the field of cyber security, working with companies large and small to protect their data from criminals and bad-acting countries like China. Mike Rogers has always answered the call to serve, and he is ready to serve Michigan in the United States Senate.
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Rep. John Rose
TN-06
Rep. John Rose
TN-06
Elected in 2018, Congressman John Rose is serving his third term in Congress – representing Tennessee’s 6th Congressional District. He serves on the House Agriculture Committee and the House Financial Services Committee. He is Vice-Chair of the Financial Services committee’s Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee.
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Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar
FL-27
Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar
FL-27
Elected in 2020, Congresswoman Maria Elvira Salazar proudly represents Florida’s 27th Congressional District, passionately serving the people of South Florida. She currently serves on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs as well as the House Committee on Small Business. She is well-known for her advocacy for human rights and democracy around the world, especially for the people of Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, and Nicaragua, as well as for her unabashed support of our global & regional partners such as Israel, Colombia, and Taiwan. Maria Elvira Salazar’s victory in defeating Rep. Donna Shalala in 2020 was the biggest upset of the election cycle. RJC is proud to have supported Salazar, a daughter of Cuban immigrants who distinguished herself as a television journalist before entering politics.
Steve Scalise
Rep. Steve Scalise
LA-01
Rep. Steve Scalise
LA-01
Congressman Steve Scalise represents the 1st Congressional District of Louisiana. He was elected to Congress in 2008 after serving in the Louisiana State Legislature from 1996-2008. Congressman Scalise strives to uphold the Constitution and advocates for the principles of fiscal discipline, lower taxes, a robust national defense, strong border security, freedom, and conservative values. For the current 118th Congress, he was elected House Majority Leader by his colleagues, the second highest position in House Republican Leadership. As Majority Leader, Scalise is responsible for the day-to-day workings of the House of Representatives and helps Republicans communicate their priorities to the American people. By scheduling legislation on the House Floor for a vote and guiding committee chairs on which policies and bills to prioritize, Majority Leader Scalise plays a vital role in setting the House’s overall agenda. Critically wounded at a Congressional baseball practice on June 14, 2017, he was saved by a heroic response from U.S. Capitol Police special agents and Alexandria Police officers. Congressman Scalise fought for his life and returned to Congress, inspiring the nation with his resilience and optimism.
Kurt Schaefer
Kurt Schaefer
MO-03
Kurt Schaefer
MO-03
Candidate for U.S. Congress (MO-03)
Rick Scott
Sen. Rick Scott
U.S. Senate – Florida
Sen. Rick Scott
U.S. Senate – Florida
Senator Rick Scott was elected in 2018 after serving two terms as the 45th Governor of Florida. He currently serves on the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, the Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on the Budget, and the Special Committee on Aging. Senator Scott grew up in public housing in the Midwest as his adoptive father, a World War II veteran and truck driver, and his mother, a store clerk, struggled to financially support their family. After marrying his high school sweetheart, Ann, Senator Scott joined the Navy, where he served active duty as a radar man aboard the USS Glover. He used the G.I. Bill to attend the University of Missouri, Kansas City, and eventually opened his first business – a donut shop. He went on to run the world’s largest healthcare company and continues to fight every day so families across the state can have the same opportunities he had to live the American dream.
Chris Smith
Rep. Chris Smith
NJ-04
Rep. Chris Smith
NJ-04
Elected in 1980, Congressman Chris Smith is currently in his 22nd two-year term in the U.S. House of Representatives, and serves residents of the 4th Congressional District of New Jersey. Congressman Smith serves as a senior member on the Foreign Affairs Committee and Chairman of its Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations Subcommittee. He also serves as the Co-Chair of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, Chairman of the bipartisan House/Senate/White House Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) and as “Special Representative” on Human Trafficking for the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly. Previously, he served as Co-Chair and highest-ranking House member of the bipartisan House/Senate Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) serving as chairman five times, and served as Chairman of the Veterans Committee (two terms), the Foreign Affairs’ Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Operations, and the Subcommittee on Africa. According to the independent watchdog organization Govtrack, Smith ranks first among all 435 Members of the House in the number of laws authored. According to the official Congress.gov website run by the Library of Congress, Rep. Smith has authored 49 laws. 
Victoria Spartz
Rep. Victoria Spartz
IN-05
Rep. Victoria Spartz
IN-05
Congresswoman Victoria Spartz immigrated to the United States in 2000 after meeting her husband Jason, a born and raised Hoosier, on a train in Europe. She became a US Citizen and worked her way up from being a bank teller to a CPA, finance executive, successful business owner, and Indiana State Senator. Growing up in Ukraine molded her conservative political philosophy that limited government is always better, and financial and healthcare decisions should be made by individuals in the free market, not bureaucrats and special interests. Rep. Spartz worked in the Big 4 public accounting firms for Fortune 500 companies, taught as an adjunct faculty member at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, and served as the CFO at the Indiana Attorney General’s Office. She also started several businesses in financial consulting, farming, and real estate. Rep. Spartz earned a Bachelor of International Economics and Master of Business Administration from the National University of Economics in Ukraine as well as a Master of Professional Accountancy from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis. She also completed the Harvard Business School Executive Education program on health care. She currently serves on the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary and Education and Labor committees.
Pete Stauber
Rep. Pete Stauber
MN-08
Rep. Pete Stauber
MN-08
Congressman Pete Stauber is currently serving his third term in Congress as the Representative from Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District. Prior to his time in Congress, Stauber worked as a St. Louis County Commissioner, City Councilor in Hermantown, and Duluth police officer for over two decades, where he survived two violent crimes. Congressman Stauber currently serves on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Small Business Committee, and Natural Resources Committee. On the Natural Resources Committee, Congressman Stauber serves as the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources, where he remains committed to maintaining American energy independence and ending reliance on foreign minerals.
Michelle Steel
Rep. Michelle Steel
CA-45
Rep. Michelle Steel
CA-45
Congresswoman Michelle Steel was born in Korea, then embraced the American Dream in the Golden State and emerged as a leader for citizens fed up with high taxes and ever-growing government. Since winning election to the House in 2020, Steel has become a key player on the powerful Ways and Means committee. Steel, whose staff is led by the first Hasidic Jew ever to serve in the Chief of Staff role, has been a staunch ally to the Jewish community. The House recently passed Steel’s bill to combat foreign influence and antisemitism on American college campuses. Steel is also the author of legislation to extend sanctions on Iran and a bill to make future U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority contingent on the PA renouncing terrorism.
Elise Stefanik
Rep. Elise Stefanik
NY-21
Rep. Elise Stefanik
NY-21
Congresswoman Elise Stefanik proudly represents New York’s 21st District in the House of Representatives in her fifth term in office. In May 2021, Congresswoman Stefanik was elected by her colleagues to serve in House Leadership as Chair of the House Republican Conference. The Center for Effective Lawmaking ranked her in the top 10 most effective Republican members, and the #1 most effective for commerce policy impacting small businesses and workers. She is a senior member of the House Armed Services Committee, the Committee on Education and the Workforce, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government. On the Armed Services Committee, Congresswoman Stefanik serves on the Intelligence Special Operations, Strategic Forces, Military Personnel Subcommittees. On the Committee on Education and the Workforce, she serves on the Higher Education and Workforce Investment and Workforce Protections Subcommittees.
Bryan Steil
Rep. Bryan Steil
WI-01
Rep. Bryan Steil
WI-01
First elected in 2018, Congressman Bryan Steil represents Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. In 2023, Bryan was appointed Chairman of the Committee on House Administration. This