Big Win and Nine New Endorsements – House Freedom Fund

We are proud to report that Marlin Stutzman, our endorsed candidate for Congress in Indiana’s 3rd District, won a hard-fought primary victory yesterday.

Stutzman was targeted by Kevin McCarthy’s liberal allies with $2.2 million in negative attacks, but thanks to your support, we were able to push him on to victory.

The race was decided by about 1 percentage point, so EVERY contribution was important — every donation made to Stutzman’s campaign and every dollar spent by our super PAC supporting him.

THANK YOU!

NEW ENDORSEMENTS

We are also excited to announce our support for nine pro-Freedom Caucus conservatives running for Congress in key districts across the country.

Elsie Arntzen (MT-02)
Stewart Jones (SC-03)
Rick Becker (ND-AL)
Dave Williams (CO-05)
Joe Kent (WA-03)
Nick Begich (AK-AL)
Adam Morgan (SC-04)
Colby Jenkins (UT-02)
Jerrod Sessler (WA-04)

Winning these races is key to keeping the Democrats from taking over the House and electing Republicans who will truly fight for our principles and values.

Please support these outstanding leaders with a split contribution today!

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Elsie Arntzen (MT-02)

Elsie Arntzen is running in Montana’s 2nd District to fill the open seat of a conservative champion, U.S. Rep. Matt Rosendale. Arntzen is the elected Superintendent of Public Instruction in Montana, but unlike most in the public education establishment, she is an avid supporter of school choice. She served 23 years as a public school teacher and was elected to the Montana House and Senate before being elected statewide. Her courage in pushing back against Biden’s education mandates on gender identity is just a preview of the boldness she will show as a member of the House Freedom Caucus. (Primary: June 4, 2024)

Stewart Jones (SC-03)

In the 8-way Republican primary for the seat held by retiring HFC member Jeff Duncan, Stewart Jones stands out as a conservative champion with a record of fighting for liberty. A married father of two and elected state representative, he is an across-the-board conservative who is a leader in the fight against the erosion of liberty caused by intrusive government. Stewart is a founding member of the South Carolina Freedom Caucus, as well as a leader in the South Carolina Family Caucus. He is ready to hit the ground running as a member of the House Freedom Caucus. (Primary: June 11, 2024)

Rick Becker (ND-AL)

The Republican primary for North Dakota’s open, at-large seat will be one of the nation’s clearest contrasts between a conservative and a moderate and will signal the future direction of the party. Dr. Rick Becker is a vascular surgeon and former state representative who built an unmatched record of conservative accomplishment during his ten years of service. In 2021, he was fittingly awarded the only 100% conservative rating in the North Dakota state legislature. He has proven his willingness to continue fighting for conservative principles, no matter the odds, and he will lock arms with the Freedom Caucus in DC. (Primary: June 11, 2024)

Dave Williams (CO-05)

Republican Party Chairman Dave Williams, running in the primary for Colorado’s open 5th district seat, stands in stark contrast to many party chairs in that he doesn’t cower to pressure. He is an unapologetic conservative. In fact, he is one of the few open-seat candidates who has received the complete and total endorsement of President Donald Trump, who said, “Dave will work hard to secure the border, fight for election integrity, support our military/vets, and protect and defend our under siege Second Amendment.” (Primary: June 25, 2024)

Joe Kent (WA-03)

Joe Kent is a retired 20-year Special Forces veteran and former foreign policy advisor to President Trump. His name may be familiar to you as he was one of the principled Republicans who defeated a RINO incumbent in 2022. He is now running for a rematch against the liberal Democratic incumbent. Joe was originally inspired to run for Congress in memory of his wife, who was killed in the line of duty while fighting ISIS in Syria. Today, he carries that same passion for saving our great country, and he will stand with the Freedom Caucus against the liberals in both political parties. (Primary: August 6, 2024)

Nick Begich (AK-AL)

Nick Begich, born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, pursued his education in the Lower 48, earning a Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship from Baylor University and an MBA from Indiana University. After honing his skills in various roles at Ford Motor Company, he returned to Alaska in 2004 to launch and nurture multiple businesses, emphasizing innovation and industry. Today, Nick continues his commitment to Alaska’s progress through public service roles, including his work with the Alaska Policy Forum and the Matanuska Telecom Association. (Primary: August 20, 2024)

Adam Morgan (SC-04)

Adam Morgan is a businessman, author, and licensed attorney with degrees from Bob Jones University and the University of South Carolina School of Law who transitioned from law to assist with his family’s Christian music business, Majesty Music, in Greenville. Elected to the South Carolina House of Representatives in 2018, Adam quickly became known for applying his legal and business expertise to enact conservative reforms. Today, he continues to champion conservative values in South Carolina and nationwide. He co-founded the South Carolina Freedom Caucus and has received awards from the Club for Growth and ACU/CPAC. (Primary: June 11, 2024)

Colby Jenkins (UT-02)

Colby Jenkins is a battle-tested Green Beret and West Point graduate who, with the endorsement of conservative hero Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), is challenging incumbent U.S. Rep. Celeste Maloy in the Utah primary. Maloy has only been in Congress for a few months and has already compromised with Biden and Schumer by supporting their $1.2 trillion omnibus spending package that included $500 million to the government of Jordan to “enhance security along its borders” while America’s southern border sits wide open. (Primary: June 25, 2024)

Jerrod Sessler (WA-04)

Jerrod Sessler is a decorated Navy veteran, and former NASCAR driver turned successful entrepreneur who overcame terminal cancer at age 29 through faith and a natural diet, sparking his advocacy for personal medical autonomy. From humble beginnings, Jerrod is a staunch defender of the American dream and constitutional rights and is committed to protecting Central Washington’s families, farmers, and small businesses from overreaching government mandates. In Congress, he aims to secure the U.S. border, safeguard national interests from foreign exploitation, and oppose educational agendas he views as detrimental. (Primary: August 6, 2024)


Please support these candidates with a contribution before it’s too late.

Change in Washington means changing the people we send there and now is our chance to do just that.

Thank you for being part of our team and standing with the House Freedom Caucus in the fight for America’s future.

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