MitchCare Betrayal

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) released his draft health care bill today and it’s another betrayal. We are still learning the details of the plan and there is much we don’t know, but one thing is clear – the plan completely fails to repeal Obamacare as we were promised. After writing the bill behind closed doors, … Continue reading MitchCare Betrayal

Ralph Norman Wins In South Carolina

Yesterday, conservative businessman Ralph Norman (R-SC) defeated liberal Archie Parnell (D-SC) in the special election for Congress in South Carolina’s 5th district. The Democrats tried to flip this seat after Mick Mulvaney vacated it to serve in the Trump Administration, but you stood up to them and helped score an important victory for conservatives. Thank you for … Continue reading Ralph Norman Wins In South Carolina

SCF Congratulates Ralph Norman

Alexandria, VA – Senate Conservatives Fund President Ken Cuccinelli made the following statement after conservative businessman Ralph Norman (R-SC) was declared the winner of the special election for the U.S. House in South Carolina’s 5th District: “Ralph Norman is a principled conservative and we congratulate him and his entire team on their victory tonight. Ralph’s leadership is greatly needed in Washington where … Continue reading SCF Congratulates Ralph Norman

Obamacare Update

It appears that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is about to break his promise to repeal Obamacare. Reports indicate that he has abandoned repeal and is now working to placate moderate Republican senators by keeping Obamacare’s premium-spiking mandates, keeping Obamacare’s taxes, keeping Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion, and possibly even allowing for taxpayer money to be used … Continue reading Obamacare Update

Ted Cruz Endorses Josh Mandel

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) joined conservative leaders in Ohio and across the country in supporting Josh Mandel for U.S. Senate. In a statement released yesterday, Senator Cruz called Josh a“principled conservative with a track record of fighting for jobs, freedom, and security for Ohioans and all Americans.” He is absolutely right and we hope you … Continue reading Ted Cruz Endorses Josh Mandel

Big Win In South Carolina

Yesterday, Conservatives won an important victory in the Republican primary runoff election for Congress in South Carolina’s 5th district. SCF-backed Ralph Norman (R-SC) defeated establishment-backed Tommy Pope (R-SC) in a very close race. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and groups with ties to House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) spent heavily in an attempt to defeat Norman because he said … Continue reading Big Win In South Carolina

SCF Congratulates Ralph Norman

Alexandria, VA – Senate Conservatives Fund President Ken Cuccinelli made the following statement after conservative Ralph Norman was declared the winner of the Republican primary run-off election for the U.S. House in South Carolina’s 5th District: “We congratulate Ralph Norman and his entire team on their hard-fought victory tonight. Ralph won this race because he ran as a proven … Continue reading SCF Congratulates Ralph Norman

SCF Endorses Ralph Norman for Congress

Something important is taking place in South Carolina right now that requires the attention of every conservative. The Republican primary in the special election for Congress in the 5th district will be decided this Tuesday, May 16 and the DC establishment is trying to elect a liberal trial lawyer instead of a strong conservative. This week, the … Continue reading SCF Endorses Ralph Norman for Congress

Mandel Leads Brown In Two New Polls

Two new surveys show Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel (R-OH) leading Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) in the race for U.S. Senate. The Gravis Marketing poll shows Mandel with a 3-point lead (45% to 42%) and the People’s Pundit Daily poll shows Mandel with a 5-point lead over Brown (49% to 44%). This is great news and we’re grateful for … Continue reading Mandel Leads Brown In Two New Polls

Obamacare Debate Moves to the Senate

Yesterday, the House passed a modified version of the RyanCare legislation by a vote of 217 to 213. The House Freedom Caucus succeeded in improving the legislation by allowing states to opt-out of some of the worst coverage mandates in Obamacare, and they should be commended for their efforts. But many states will not seek the mandate … Continue reading Obamacare Debate Moves to the Senate