Take Back The House #20FOR2020
#20FOR2020 is a fundraising campaign to WIN BACK THE HOUSE! In the 2018 election, a number of districts flipped from Red to Blue. Please read below about candidates in these and other districts and consider a $20.00 donation. All donations go directly to the candidate.
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David Valadao is an American politician who was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2012. After serving for three terms, David lost in 2018, despite leading the race against his opponent, Democrat TJ Cox. After all precincts had reported results on election night, David lost his seat by 862 votes. CA district 21 was one of 7 districts that flipped as a result of the practice of ballot harvesting. David has also been active in the agriculture and dairy industries. He is eager to run against incumbent TJ Cox again in November. According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) fundraising totals at the end of second quarter reporting, David has $1,812,043.00 cash on hand compared to TJ’s $1,968,975.00. Please consider donating to David and so we can take back this seat in November.
Lauren, a Coloradoan, is owner/operator of the restaurant, Shooters Grill, where staff proudly open carry as they serve customers. In September of 2019, during a debate, Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke was asked a question about buying back guns. Beto stated "Hell, yes, we're going to take your AR-15, your AK-47." Some time later, O’Rourke was in Colorado for a Town Hall where Lauren Boebert proudly told O’Rourke that “I was one of the gun-owning Americans who heard you speak regarding your ‘Hell yes, I’m going to take your AR-15s and AK-47s.’ Well, I’m here to say, ‘Hell no, you’re not.’” This exchange was welcomed by defenders of the 2nd Amendment nationwide and the exchange was seen on the news and social media. Lauren is a strong advocate of the Constitution, Conservative values, and personal freedoms. Lauren won her Republican primary by unseating the 5 term Republican incumbent Scott Tipton. Lauren is a first-time primary winner and will need financial support in order to win in November against Democrat Diane Mitsch Bush. Please consider helping Lauren by making a donation to her campaign.
Dale is a man who proves motivation, hard work, and a positive attitude can dictate your future. In 1983, while running an errand, Dale was involved in an accident that left him paralyzed and in a wheelchair. Dale used this tragic event as the inspiration to start a company called Mobility Plus which focuses on helping physically-challenged individuals learn how to drive again. Dale has served the people of Maine with a seat in the House of Representatives from 2008-2916. As a business owner and public service advocate, Dale is a fiscal conservative and defender of the Constitution. In 2016, President Trump won this district by 10 points. In 2018, although the Republican incumbent was leading the race against newcomer Jared Golden by 2,000 votes, Jared ended up winning the seat due to Maine’s ranked-choice voting system. According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) website, Jared has a 2.1-million-dollar cash on hand advantage. Let’s win this seat back in 2020! Please consider a donation to Dale today.
Dan is a former WWE professional wrestler, small business owner, and law school graduate. He has served on the Clark County School District Safety Advisory Committee. With a commitment to serve his community, Dan dedicates many hours to charities, including Child Haven which he helped found. Outside of community work, Dan successfully started several small businesses that employ many hard-working families throughout Nevada. Dan decided to run in this Congressional race after watching the liberals push for a socialist agenda. Dan will fight for your constitutional rights and freedoms. Democrat incumbent Susie Lee will be his opponent in the November election. According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) website, Lee ended the second quarter with a 2.1 million dollar cash on hand advantage. Please consider a donation to Dan to help a political outsider and Trump supporter win an important Congressional seat.
Kyle is an Army veteran having served in Afghanistan and is a Bronze Star recipient. With the rank of Major, he currently serves in the Army Reserves and works as a litigation attorney. Recently, after a delay, Kyle was declared the Republican primary winner. Kyle supports President Trump and believes in a strong, secure Southern border, building our infrastructure, growing jobs, as well as working on criminal justice reform. In 2016, President Trump won this district by 7 points. In 2018, Democrat Antonio Delgado defeated Republican John Faso by over 5 points. According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) website, the second quarter fundraising totals show Delgado has over $3 million dollars cash on hand compared to Kyle’s $4,061. Please consider donating to Kyle and help him win back this seat.
In this district, the current incumbent Republican, Will Hurd, is retiring after he fulfills this term. In 2018, Hurd won this seat by only 926 votes. The Democrats have targeted this seat as one to flip to blue in 2020. Hurd defeated Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones. Jones is running again this November against Tony Gonzales. Gonzales served in the U.S. Navy for 20 years and rose to the rank of Master Chief. Tony is an active member in his community and an assistant professor at the University of Maryland system. Gonzales believes in strong borders, is pro-life, supports the Second Amendment, and believes that children deserve to have access to quality education. The Federal Election Commission (FEC) shows that Jones has over $3 million dollars cash on hand compared to Gonzales who has $390,000. Please consider supporting Tony and help keep this seat Red.
Beth won the Republican primary and will be running for Congress in November. This seat is currently held by Republican Kenny Marchant, who will be retiring after this term. Beth’s opponent will be Democrat Candace Valenzuela. Although this seat is currently held by a Republican, the Democrats have this seat as one they are trying to flip to blue in 2020. Beth received a B.A. in city and regional planning and government law from Cornell University. Beth is no stranger to the political world. She served as the mayor of Irving, Texas from 2011-2017. Under Beth’s leadership, Irving was one of the safest cities in Texas. In 2017, Beth left her position as a mayor to serve in the Trump Administration as a Regional Administrator for the Department of Housing and Urban Development Office in Fort Worth. Beth believes in strong border security and halting illegal immigration. She is a defender of the Constitution and committed to being a fierce advocate for the people of her district. According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) website, Van Duyne ended the second quarter with a $372,000 dollar cash on hand advantage. Help keep this seat Republican by considering a donation to Beth’s campaign.
Burgess is no stranger to being in the spotlight! This Republican candidate was the third black American to earn a football scholarship to the University of Miami. After graduating, with numerous honors and awards, and a degree in Biology/Chemistry, Burgess was drafted by, and played for, the New York Jets. He was later traded to the Oakland Raiders where he helped them win the Super Bowl in 1980. Following his successful career in football, through hard work, leadership, and determination, Burgess has worked through some difficult life experiences. Burgess admits to at one time being a Democrat but realized he was instead a fiscal Conservative. Burgess will be running against Democrat incumbent Ben McAdams. McAdams is a Freshman Democrat and defeated Republican Mia Love by only 694 votes. This is a seat that Republicans can flip in 2020. According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) data, McAdams ended the second quarter with a 2.5 million dollar cash on hand advantage.Please consider a donation to Burgess’s campaign.
Scott is a former Navy SEAL. After injuries he sustained during a combat mission, he returned home to receive a degree in International Relations from Harvard. In 2013, Scott was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. There he worked on laws dealing with energy, workforce, and veteran’s issues. In 2017 he was sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives and served on the Appropriations Committee. He helped secure much needed funding for his state’s military construction and infrastructure projects. In the November 2018 election, Scott lost his seat to Freshman Democrat Elaine Luria who he will face again in the 2020 election. According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) data, Luria ended the second quarter with a 2.5 million dollar cash on hand advantage. Please consider making a donation to another of America’s great heroes.
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