SCF endorses Chad Mathis (R-AL), Barry Loudermilk (R-GA), Bryan Smith (R-ID), Matt Schultz (R-IA), and Alex Mooney (R-WV).
Fellow Conservatives:

Many of you have encouraged us to expand our efforts into a few House races this year so that's what we're going to do.

We're announcing our support today for these five congressional candidates as part of our new House Conservatives Project:
  • Chad Mathis -- Alabama, 6th District
  • Barry Loudermilk -- Georgia, 11th District
  • Bryan Smith -- Idaho, 2nd District
  • Matt Schultz -- Iowa, 3rd District
  • Alex Mooney -- West Virginia, 2nd District
These candidates are all strong, constitutional conservatives who will stand up to the big spenders in both political parties. 

Please read about these candidates and donate to their campaigns.

Chad Mathis | AL-06 | Primary: June 3

Dr. Chad Mathis (R-AL)Dr. Chad Mathis (R-AL) is a small businessman and a specialist in orthopedic sports medicine. His background as a physician will make him a leading voice in the fight to repeal Obamacare and replace it with free market solutions. 

Dr. Mathis decided to run for Congress because of the unsustainable growth of government, the detrimental impact of Obamacare, and his concern for the nation he was leaving his children.  

Even though he’s from Alabama, Dr. Mathis saw that Ted Cruz (R-TX) had the vision to be a leader in the Senate so he went to Texas in 2012 to help his campaign. Dr. Mathis believes deeply in the principles of freedom that make America great, and he will make an excellent congressman. 

Chad and his wife, Angie, have two kids and live in Indian Springs, AL.

Barry Loudermilk | GA-11 | Primary: May 20

Barry Loudermilk (R-GA)Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) is an Air Force veteran, a small business owner, and a conservative state senator.

As a state senator, Barry Loudermilk has been a strong advocate for conservative values. He championed legislation to block Common Core and introduced a state constitutional amendment to protect the unborn.

There's no question that Barry Loudermilk will fight for our values in Congress. He’s already shown that he’s willing to shake up the Washington establishment by opposing John Boehner for Speaker.

Barry and his wife, Desiree, live in Cartersville, GA and have three children.

Bryan Smith | ID-02 | Primary: May 20

Bryan Smith (R-ID)Bryan Smith (R-ID) is challenging incumbent Congressman Mike Simpson (R-ID), a liberal Republican who has voted for bailouts, higher spending, and more debt.

This race has become ground zero for the Washington establishment’s fight to protect the status quo. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is already on the air with deceptive TV ads smearing Bryan Smith because they know his election will threaten crony capitalism in Washington.

Bryan Smith is a strong believer in limited government, free enterprise, and individual liberty. He believes that our country's departure from these principles have created an overreaching federal government that now dictates nearly every aspect of our lives, from the type of light bulbs we buy to the amount of water we use in the shower. He is running for Congress to bring these common sense values to Washington.

Bryan and his wife, Sharon, live in Idaho Falls, ID and have five children.

Matt Schultz | IA-03 | Primary: June 3

Matt Schultz (R-IA)Matt Schultz (R-IA) is the Secretary of State of Iowa and has been a leading advocate for voter identification laws and a strong voice against voter fraud by illegal aliens.  

Matt Schultz famously battled liberal U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) before the Senate Judiciary Committee when Senator Durbin tried to downplay the threat of voter fraud by non-citizens.  

As a congressman, Matt Schultz will be a strong voice for reduced spending, repealing Obamacare, creating term limits, and balancing the budget.

Matt and his wife, Zola, have five kids and live in Trulo, IA.

Alex Mooney | WV-02 | Primary: May 13

Alex Mooney (R-WV)Alex Mooney (R-WV) is a full-spectrum conservative running to replace Congresswoman Shelly Moore Capito (R-WV) who is vacating the seat to run for the U.S. Senate.

Alex Mooney previously served as a state senator in Maryland where he led the lonely fight for conservative values in a notoriously liberal state. When Mooney was a state senator, he championed legislation to protect the unborn, fight tax increases, and to defend the Second Amendment.

Alex Mooney will take that same energy and dedication to liberty to Washington as a congressman, and he deserves our support.

Alex and his wife, Grace, have two children and live in Jefferson County, WV.


We need to strengthen the House with principled leaders. Republicans have a majority, but the leadership has been too willing to compromise with President Obama and the Democrats.

These five conservative candidates give us the chance to send new leaders to Congress who won't back down. 

Please make a contribution to these House candidates today.

SCF will pay all processing fees so 100% of the money you designate for them will go directly to their campaigns.

This has been an extremely effective strategy for electing candidates to the Senate. Now, we need to make it work for House candidates.

Thank you for fighting for America's future.

Best regards,

Matt Hoskins
Executive Director
Senate Conservatives Fund

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