Liberty Conservatives are Shining in the 2020 Election

Are liberty conservatives in for a strong 2020 election cycle?

On June 23, 2020, Doug Stafford, the chief strategist for Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, congratulated Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, Pro Freedom PAC, and Club for Growth for promoting candidates such as Kentucky congressman Thomas Massie, Wyoming Senate candidate Cynthia Lummis, North Carolina congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn,  South Carolina congressional candidate Nancy Mace, and Georgia congressional candidate Matthew Gurtler.

He tweeted, “A very good cycle so far for @RandPaul, @ProFreedomPAC. and allies @club4growth in promoting and helping elect liberty candidates like  @RepThomasMassie @CynthiaMLummis @CawthornforNC @NancyMace @MatthewGurtler and hopefully more to come.

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Candidates like Massie, Mace, and Cawthorn have already won their respective primaries. Gurtler won his primary and his heading to a runoff on August 11, 2020. Lummis will be running in the Republican primary for the state’s senate seat on August 18, 2020.

According to its website, Protect Freedom PAC was “founded for the purpose of supporting pro-freedom and liberty-minded candidates using the tactics, technology, and strategy that best fits each race individually. PFP was founded by seasoned political veterans with decades of national campaign experience, which includes working on the campaigns of both Ron and Rand Paul.”

Liberty conservatives should keep an eye out on these candidates during the general election.

 

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