John James (R-MI) is challenging Senator Gary Peters (D-MI). James is a combat veteran and businessman. He's a pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, pro-business conservative who has demonstrated energetic leadership, clarity of vision, and a passion for service. He graduated from West Point and served in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a Ranger-qualified aviation officer, logging over 750 flight hours and leading two Apache platoons. After eight years in service to our country, he returned to Michigan to work in the family business. John James is a rock-solid conservative who is passionate about our country and the principles of freedom that make it great. John and his wife Elizabeth have three boys.
Brigadier General Don Bolduc (R-NH) is challenging Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH). General Bolduc is an American hero. During his 36-year career with the U.S. Army, he received two awards for valor, five Bronze Star Medals, and two Purple Hearts. He led one of the first groups in Afghanistan after the 9/11 attacks, riding on horseback to take control of the southern Afghan region from the Taliban. General Bolduc was raised on a farm in Laconia, New Hampshire, and has spent his life serving our country. He has three adult children and three grandchildren, and lives in Stratham with his wife Sharon and his service dog, Victor.
Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) is running for the open U.S. Senate seat in Wyoming to replace retiring Senator Mike Enzi (R-WY). Lummis is a conservative rancher who served four terms in Congress and was a founding member of the House Freedom Caucus along with U.S. Reps. Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows. She also served as a State Representative, State Senator, and State Treasurer. In Congress, Cynthia Lummis fought to reduce federal spending, earned an A+ rating from the NRA, maintained a 100% pro-life voting record, and stood up to the Obama Administration's socialist policies. Cynthia and her late-husband, Al Wiederspahn, have one daughter, Annaliese, a son-in-law, Will Cole, and grandson Gus.
Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) is a successful businessman, a husband, and a father of four, serving the people of Montana in the U.S. Senate. Steve is committed to putting Montana first as he works to bring real change to Washington and fights for common sense solutions. A fifth-generation Montanan, Steve was elected to serve the people of Montana in the United States House of Representatives in 2012. Two years later, Steve was elected to serve the people of Montana in the United States Senate. As a United States Senator, Steve has fought to create jobs, secure our borders, cut government spending, defend human life, and protect our Second Amendment rights.
SCF is a national grassroots organization that seeks to bring bold conservative leadership to Washington by supporting candidates who will fight for the timeless conservative principles of limited government, strong national defense, and traditional family values.
SCF helps candidates by bundling contributions for them from thousands of freedom-loving Americans across the country, and by running hard-hitting radio and television ads to promote their conservative campaigns.
SCF is not funded by special interests in Washington, it is not funded by a small group of mega donors, and it is not funded by the Republican Party. SCF is funded by the grassroots. In fact, the average contribution amount to SCF is just $45.
SCF members live in every state and come from all walks of life. They love America and don't want to see liberal policies destroy it. SCF members know that change in Washington means changing the people we send there, and they know that they must work with other conservatives across the nation to accomplish this goal.
SCF was founded by former U.S. Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) and is now led by Executive Director Mary Vought who previously served as a senior communications advisor to Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Vice-President Mike Pence (R-IN).
Congress must be forced to cut spending. SCF candidates support a constitutional amendment to balance the federal budget without raising taxes.
Obamacare has reduced choices and driven up costs. SCF candidates support full repeal of this dangerous law.
The federal government has failed to enforce our nation's immigration laws. SCF candidates support real border enforcement and oppose amnesty.
Washington is controlled by career politicians. SCF supports a constitutional amendment limiting time in office to 3 terms in the House and 2 terms in the Senate.
Bailouts force taxpayers to reward failure and punish success. SCF candidates oppose bailouts and believe corporations should be forced to compete.
Congressional earmarks are a gateway drug to higher spending. SCF candidates support a permanent ban on earmarks to break Washington's addiction to pork.
Americans should not be forced to fund activities they find morally objectionable. SCF candidates oppose taxpayer funding for abortion.
The 2nd Amendment protects our freedom to keep and bear arms. SCF candidates oppose all efforts to eliminate or restrict this right.