RLC Endorses Milton Wolf for U.S. Senate in Kansas

OVERLAND PARK, KS - The Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) has announced its endorsement of Dr. Milton Wolf for the U.S. Senate in Kansas. Wolf is a medical doctor, and is the second cousin of President Obama.

“The RLC is excited to endorse Dr. Wolf,” said Matt Nye, Republican Liberty Caucus National Chairman. “With his intimate knowledge of our medical system Dr. Wolf brings much needed insight to the table, and, as is the case with all RLC endorsees, he is a staunch opponent to the ongoing overreach of government in our lives.”

RLC Endorses Bevin in Kentucky US Senate Race

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LOUISVILLE, KY - The Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) has unanimously endorsed Matt Bevin in the Kentucky GOP primary for United States Senate.

“It is time that the career professional politicians more interested in being  Washington insiders step aside for new voices who will represent their constituents' desire for lower taxes and less government interference in their family affairs and their personal lives,” said RLC National Chair Matt Nye.

RLC Endorses Birman for Congress in CA

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RANCHO CORDOVA, CA - The Republican Liberty Caucus has endorsed Igor Birman in his campaign to represent California’s 7th Congressional District. Birman has served as Chief of Staff to Congressman Tom McClintock, and he is running for Congress in order to preserve the blessings of freedom for future generations.

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RLC Endorses Bright for US Senate

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CHARLESTON, SC -- The Republican Liberty Caucus today announced its endorsement of Sen. Lee Bright (R-Spartanburg, SC) for US Senate in the seat currently held by US Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina). This marks the first significant national endorsement in this particular race.

Sen Ted Cruz Wins RLC Straw Poll at CPAC

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SAINT CHARLES, MO -- U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas won a presidential preference straw poll conducted by the Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) this weekend at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Missouri.

Cruz topped a long list of potential Republican candidates with 38 percent of the first place votes, just edging Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, who finished second with 35 percent.

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