RJC PAC Announces Next Round of 2022 Congressional Endorsements

Washington, DC –– Today, the Republican Jewish Coalition PAC endorsed an additional 16 candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. The RJC PAC has already endorsed 46 federal candidates, bringing the total number of 2022 endorsements to date to 62.

RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks said:

Taking back the U.S. House of Representatives and kicking Nancy Pelosi out of the Speaker’s chair is one of the RJC’s top two priorities this year.

The 16 candidates endorsed today are all in critical battleground districts that will decide whether we continue down the disastrous path of the Biden-Pelosi agenda, or whether we chart a new course to economic prosperity, safe streets, a secure border, and strength abroad.

Today’s outrageous CPI inflation numbers, caused by the failed economic policies of the Biden-Pelosi agenda, are yet another stark reminder that leadership matters and that it is critical to have the right people in Washington.

These candidates are the leaders this country desperately needs in Washington right now. The RJC knows that they will work tirelessly to reduce inflation, secure the border, combat rising crime, restore American energy independence, and stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our ally Israel. To victory in November!


RJC PAC Endorsees:

  • Juan Ciscomani (AZ-6)
  • John Duarte (CA-13)
  • Rep. Ken Calvert (CA-41)
  • Barbara Kirkmeyer (CO-8)
  • Jennifer-Ruth Green (IN-1)
  • Amanda Adkins (KS-3)
  • Tom Barrett (MI-7)
  • Paul Junge (MI-8)
  • John James (MI-10)
  • Bo Hines (NC-13)
  • Rep. Andrew Garbarino (NY-2)
  • Mike Lawler (NY-17)
  • Colin Schmitt (NY-18)
  • Lori Chavez-DeRemer (OR-4)
  • Mike Erickson (OR-6)
  • Allan Fung (RI-2)