RJC PAC Announces New Endorsements

Washington, DC – The RJC PAC has announced a new set of endorsements for the 2020 election. The RJC PAC has been a dominant force this cycle. This new set of endorsements expands its reach to important races around the country. The RJC PAC has already endorsed President Donald Trump and Republican candidates in eleven Senate races and nineteen House races. The new endorsees include two US Senate candidates and twenty US House candidates.

RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks said:

The RJC PAC proudly endorses strong Republican candidates who will help keep the GOP majority in the Senate and take back the House. We look for candidates who are committed to Republican principles, who support the US-Israel alliance, and who will be strong voices on economic and educational opportunity, health care reform, national security, and other key issues for American families.

In addition to the millions of dollars raised directly by our leaders at candidate fundraising events nationally, the RJC PAC has already raised over a million dollars for candidates in this cycle.

The latest Senate candidates endorsed by the RJC PAC are Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (MS) and Sen. John Cornyn (TX).

The latest House candidates endorsed by the RJC PAC are:
Rep. Don Young (AK-AL) 
Rep. David Schwiekert (AZ-6)
Maria Elvira Salazar (FL-27)
Victoria Spartz (IN-5)
Dale Crafts (ME-2)
Peter Meijer (MI-3)
Eric Esshaki (MI-11)
Rep. Jim Hagedorn (MN-1)
Rep. Richard Hudson (NC-8)
Matt Mowers (NH-1)
Dan Rodimer (NV-3)
Andrew Garbarino (NY-2)
Stephanie Bice (OK-5)
Alek Skarlatos (OR-4)
Sean Parnell (PA-17)
Rep. Chip Roy (TX-21)
Troy Nehls (TX-22)
Burgess Owens (UT-4)
Scott Taylor (VA-2)
Nick Freitas (VA-7)