Madison Project is committed to restoring our Republic through wholesale change of the Washington political scene. We are proud to support these outstanding conservatives – ordinary citizens who have learned from the failure of big government over the past century.
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Dave Brat | Congress – Virginia
Let’s be clear, we are late to the fight on this one. But with November looming and the importance of getting as many good conservatives elected as possible, we are proud to endorse Dave Brat for Congress in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District.
Barry Loudermilk | Georgia’s 11th Congressional District
Georgia’s open Senate seat has created a number of vacancies in the House delegation. With Rep. Phil Gingery (R-GA) retiring to run for the U.S. Senate, there’s no reason this “red” district should elect anyone other than a conservative all-star and make it a conservative stronghold for years to come. There is no better man to do this than state Senator Barry Loudermilk.
Rob Maness | U.S. Senate – Louisiana
In November 2014, conservatives will have a number of solid opportunities to pick up Senate seats from Democrats in conservative-leaning states. Chief among them is Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) who supports 100% of President Obama’s agenda and is completely out of touch with the values of Louisiana.
Chris McDaniel | U.S. Senate – Mississippi
There is simply no justification from a conservative perspective to re-elect Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS), especially in a state as conservative as Mississippi. Like many old-bull Republicans, Thad Cochran has voted for endless spending, tax increases, abortion funding, energy regulations, and most recently – funding for Obamacare. State Senator Chris McDaniel offers a stunning contrast to Thad Cochran, the undisputed “King of Pork.”
Alex Mooney | West Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District
West Virginia’s Second Congressional District is one of the fastest-trending Republican areas in the country. President Obama lost every county in the district, most of them by a substantial margin. With moderate Congresswoman Shelly Moore Capito (R-WV) vacating the seat to run for the U.S. Senate, conservatives have a prime opportunity to move this seat to the right.
John Ratcliffe | Texas 4th Congressional District
John Ratcliffe reminds us a lot of Congressman Jim Bridenstine (R-OK) in many ways. Bridesntine ran against an entrenched Republican on a platform challenging the establishment and pledging term limits. He did so without the support of most national conservative groups, yet he won decisively on election night.
Steve Russell | Congress – Oklahoma
He’s a decorated war veteran and a successful small businessman. He served for years as a state senator in Oklahoma and now he’s running for United States Congress.
Ben Sasse | U.S. Senate Nebraska
Few Republicans truly understand the virtues of limited government and free market well enough to explain to ordinary voters why that approach to governing will help them in their everyday lives. That’s why most Republicans, when challenged by the class warfare and demagoguery of the left, run scared and inarticulately advocate a pale-pastel version of the Democrat proposal. Ben Sasse is the perfect man to fill this void within the party.