Our Record of Accomplishments
Liberals in the "mainstream" media and Hollywood have declared conservatism dead. But that is not true. A number of solid conservatives are fighting against ever growing multi-trillion dollar deficits, more bailouts, and even bigger government. But they need more allies. And that's why Conservative Victory Fund (CVF) exists: to elect conservatives to the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.
Some conservatives whom CVF has helped elect include:
Congressman Congressman Jim Jordan (OH-4)
Congressman Jim Jordan is a conservative leader in the United States House of Representatives. A former Chairman of the House Republican Study Committee, he is also former Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus that is a group of conservative Members of Congress. The House Freedom Caucus promotes "limited government; rule of law and the Constitution; and policies that promote the liberty, safety, and prosperity of all Americans."
Congressman Jordan is in the tradition of the late conservative leader Congressman John Ashbrook, the founder of Conservative Victory Fund, and a fellow Ohioan. Conservative Victory Fund has helped Congressman Jordan in all his campaigns since he first ran for Congress.
Congressman Andy Harris (MD)
Conservative Congressman Andy Harris serves Maryland's First Congressional District. Congressman Harris has shown his willingness to take on the tough battles. He first challenged an incumbent RINO in a primary. While he didn't win that race, he ran again and defeated the incumbent RINO in the next primary. The incumbent turned around and endorsed the liberal Democrat. Harris lost narrowly but came back again in 2010 and won handily. CVF is proud to have helped him in 2010 and in earlier races.
Congressman Harris serves on the prestigous House Appropriations Committee, which holds oversight to make sure government funds are spent properly.
Congressman Harris has already shown that he is a leader and fighter in Congress and not afraid to make the tough votes. He has voted again and again to cut the federal budget. As a physician, he knows that Obamacare will lead to less care and a much worse health system here in the United States. That's why he continues to fight to repeal Obamacare.
Conservative Victory Fund has a long history with Congressman Andy Harris as we've helped in his Congressional campaigns. The Congress needs more Andy Harris's.
Senator Jim Inhofe (OK)
Senator Inhofe has voted against each of the bailouts. He also leads the opposition in the Senate to the so-called "cap and trade" proposal that is actually a huge "cap and tax" that will cost every family in the United States, at least, $3,000 per year. As a result, he has been targeted by left-wing environmentalists. In the 114th Congress, Senator Inhofe will serve as the Chairman of Environment and Public Works Committee. Senator Inhofe is also a leader in the Senate Armed Services Committee to keep our nation's military strong. He has visited our soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan literally dozens of times. CVF is proud to have helped Senator Inhofe in his campaigns for the U.S. House and U.S. Senate.
Senator Mike Lee (UT)
Mike Lee received his first lessons in conservatism at the dinner table from his father, Rex Lee, who was Solicitor General for President Reagan. Mike's father instilled in him a deep respect for the Constitution and the principles of the founding fathers.
This respect for the Constitution served him well as a legal clerk for future Supreme Court Justice Judge Samuel A. Alito, Jr. Senator Lee has a well-deserved reputation for his strong support of the U.S. Constitution. He also was the chief sponsor in the Senate of the "Cut, Cap and Balance" initiative that would have started us on the road to a balanced budget and drastically cut spending.
Senator Lee led the 2010 uprising against politics as usual. He defeated an incumbent U.S. Senator in the Utah Republican Convention, then won the primary, and then the general election.
Mike Lee has established himself as a leading constitutional conservative in the Senate. He has proved over his long legal career that he has the sound judgement and keen understanding of the Constitution that is so desperately needed on Capitol Hill. Conservative Victory Fund was honored to be able to help elect such a dedicated and principled conservative to the U.S. Senate.
Senator Tom Cotton (AR)
U.S. Senator Tom Cotton's letter (signed by 46 other U.S. Senators) to Iran's leaders shows the Senator's courage and leadership. He is not afraid to stand up for America's interests and he doesn't back down when he has truth on his side.
Conservative Victory Fund endorsed and helped Tom Cotton in the primary when he first ran for the U.S. House of Representatives. CVF also endorsed and helped Tom Cotton when he ran for the U.S. Senate. The reasons are simple: he is and will be even more of a conservative leader who has the courage of his convictions.
When CVF endorsed Cotton in the primary for the U.S. House, we noted "Tom Cotton is a decorated combat veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan, having earned a Bronze Star. Tom has proven his dedication to protecting American ideals." He has certainly lived up to protecting American ideals. Tom Cotton won that primary by a margin over 20%. He then went on to decimate his Democratic opponent.
As a young Congressman, he quickly made a name for himself by voting again and again to limit the size of government, rid it of wasteful spending, and to get rid of Obamacare.
He then chose to take on a liberal incumbent U.S. Senator in the 2014 senate election. CVF decided to strongly support Congressman Cotton again. With your help, we were able to help ensure that a conservative was elected to the U.S. Senate from Arkansas
Senator Tom Cotton represents both the people of Arkansas and conservatives from throughout the country well in the U.S. Senate. We are proud to have helped in his campaigns for the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate. Tom Cotton, a young man still in his 30s, is a leader for now and the future.
Thanks to its supporters, CVF had victories in 2008. In the Senate, Conservative Victory Fund helped elect and re-elect a number of conservatives including: Senators Jim Inhofe (OK), John Cornyn (TX), Roger Wicker (MS), Jeff Sessions (AL), Pat Roberts (KS), and Saxby Chambliss (GA) (whom CVF helped in the general election and subsequent runoff) among others. Also, Jim Risch became a new conservative face in the Senate when he won Larry Craig's Senate seat with the help of Conservative Victory Fund.
During its 40 year history Conservative Victory Fund always looks to open seats to make sure conservatives fill them whenever possible. 2008 was no different. CVF helped conservative stalwart Tom McClintock win an open seat in California though millions were spent on behalf of his opponent. Also in California, CVF helped Duncan D. Hunter win election (he had recently returned from active duty service in our nation's armed forces). In Colorado, Mike Coffman won a hard fought contest for Tom Tancredo's seat. In Florida, CVF was active helping Bill Posey win an open seat and Tom Rooney defeat Democrat incumbent Tim Mahoney. CVF's efforts in Illinois helped conservative Aaron Schock win and become the youngest member elected to Congress. And in Utah, after conservatives showed their lack of faith in incumbent Chris Cannon, Jason Chaffetz won his seat. And in a special election in Louisiana CVF helped John Fleming win his open seat race.
The liberals and their allies in the media targeted a number of solid conservatives in the U.S. House of Representatives for defeat. Conservative Victory Fund helped many who were reelected. These include: Congressmen Mark Souder (IN), Michele Bachmann (MN), Scott Garrett (NJ), John Shadegg (AZ), Dana Rohrabacher (CA), Doug Lamborn (CO), and Jean Schmidt (OH) -- to mention a few..
More conservatives CVF has helped over the years
- Jim Risch and Jim McClure of Idaho
- Mitch McConnell of Kentucky
- Jim Talent of Missouri
- Saxby Chambliss and late Paul Coverdell of Georgia
- The late Chic Hecht and Paul Laxalt of Nevada
- Jim DeMint and the late Strom Thurmond of South Carolina
- Jon Kyl and the late Barry Goldwater of Arizona
- John Barrasso, Craig Thomas, and Mike Enzi of Wyoming
- Conrad Burns of Montana
- Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania
- Michael Crapo and Steve Symms of Idaho
- Johnny Isakson of Georgia
- Jeff Sessions of Alabama
- Tom Coburn and Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma
- George Allen of Virginia
- David Vitter of Louisiana
- The late Jesse Helms, the late John East and Richard Burr of North Carolina
- Jim Bunning of Kentucky
- Sam Brownback and Pat Roberts of Kansas
- John Thune of South Dakota
- Roger Wicker of Mississippi
- Dana Rohrabacher, Chris Cox, Tom McClintock, Elton Gallegly, Duncan D. Hunter, Richard Pombo, and Ed Royce of California
- J.D. Hayworth, Trent Franks, and Jeff Flake of Arizona
- Tom Tancredo, Bob Beauprez, Marilyn Musgrave, Doug Lamborn, and Mike Coffman of Colorado
- Pete Sessions, Jeb Hensarling, Ted Poe, Louie Gohmert, Mike McCaul, Kenny Marchant, Pete Olson, and Ron Paul of Texas
- Chris Chocola, and Mike Pence of Indiana
- Steve Chabot, Bob Latta, Jean Schmidt, and Jim Jordan of Ohio
- Paul Ryan and Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin
- Gil Gutknecht and Mark Kennedy of Minnesota
- Bob Goodlatte, Jo Ann Davis, Thelma Drake, and Randy Forbes of Virginia
- Robert Aderholt of Alabama
- Adam Putnam, Tom Feeney, Tom Rooney, Katherine Harris, and Ric Keller of Florida
- Don Manzullo, Peter Roskam of Illinois
- Roscoe Bartlett of Maryland
- Ernest Istook, Tom Cole, and John Sullivan of Oklahoma
- Steve King of Iowa
- Jon Porter of Nevada
- Scott Garrett of New Jersey
- Gresham Barrett of South Carolina
- Rob Bishop and Jason Chaffetz of Utah
- Patrick McHenry, Walter Jones, Robin Hayes, and Virginia Foxx of North Carolina
- Geoff Davis of Kentucky
- Lynn Westmoreland, Paul Broun, and Phil Gingrey of Georgia
- Jeff Fortenberry of Nebraska.
- Blaine Luetkemeyer, and Sam Graves of Missouri
- John Duncan, Jr. of Tennessee
- John Fleming of Louisiana