House Retirements are Conservative Opportunities

The corporate media wants you to believe that moderate House Republicans are retiring because conservatives are destroying the institution.

But like most D.C. narratives, this is a lie.

Congress is broken, for sure. But that’s the fault of the DC Establishment. They think they have a divine right to rule over us without accountability or transparency. 

Think about it.

Conservatives don’t force leaders to write laws behind closed doors. We don’t demand to vote on bills in the middle of the night. Or wait to vote until the last hours before some fake, scary deadline.

That playbook is all Swamp. And so is the phony narrative about retirements. 

Did you know, for instance, that more Democrats are retiring than Republicans? And if Establishment Republicans are retiring, so much the better for the country!

These RINOs run for Congress like Donald Trump but then govern like Joe Biden. 

They vote with Democrats to spend trillions of dollars we don’t have, fund forever wars, ignore our border, and cut conservatives out of the legislative process. 

Their retirements are not an indictment but an opportunity. The question is: will we seize it?

House Freedom Fund has been seizing this moment this entire election cycle. We have already identified a group of House races featuring some of the toughest, most principled conservatives in the country.

  • We have endorsed these candidates.

  • We have raised money for them.

  • And we have already helped some win their primaries!

And it’s not a coincidence that many of our priority races are in districts where the sitting representative is quitting! 

Conservative former Navy SEAL Cameron Hamilton is running in Virginia’s 7th district, now held by a retiring Democrat.

Former Indiana Congressman Marlin Stutzman — a conservative stalwart in the House from 2010-2017 — is running to replace departing Rep. Jim Banks. 

Christian pastor Mark Harris is the Republican nominee in North Carolina’s 8th district, now held by retiring Republican Rep. Dan Bishop.

First-time candidate Brandon Gill — a lifelong activist and conservative news publisher — won his primary in Texas’s 26th House district. He’s running to replace retiring Rep. Michael Burgess.

Dr. Bob Onder is running to replace retiring Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer in Missouri, and Neil Parrott is running to replace Democrat Rep. David Trone, who is running for the U.S. Senate in Maryland.

To Washington, this generational transfer of power to young, America First conservatives is a tragedy. To the House Freedom Fund — and more importantly, to America — they represent chances to fix Washington, one seat at a time.

That is why we are so thankful for your support.

Donations to HFF and our supported candidates are an investment in a better, more conservative, and more effective Congress.

As always, we transfer your candidate contributions directly to their campaigns. We charge no fees, so our candidates can spend 100% of your contribution winning votes.

Washington mourns when politicians retire. Conservatives, instead, should act immediately to upgrade those seats.

A new generation of leadership is ready to fight for America in the halls of Congress, and we are ready to support them.

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