RLC Endorses George Brikho in Michigan's 9th Congressional District

ROYAL OAK, MI – Today the Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) is happy to announce the endorsement of George Brikho for Michigan's 9th Congressional District. Brikho seeks to reign in bloated government spending, ease onerous regulations and restore essential liberty to citizens.

“George Brikho shares our core principles,” said RLC Chairman Matt Nye. “He is committed to limiting the size and scope of government. George shares our frustration with federal government run amok. He understands we must reform taxes and free markets in order to achieve prosperity for all Americans.”

RLC Endorses Rep. Kerry Bentivolio in Michigan's 11th Congressional District

MILFORD, MI. -The Republican Liberty Caucus is pleased to announce the endorsement of Congressman Kerry Bentivolio for a second term in Michigan's 11th congressional district. The Congressman also received the RLC endorsement during his successful 2012 run.

"The RLC is proud to endorse Congressman Bentivolio once again," said RLC Chairman Matt Nye. "He is willing to challenge not only the Democrats in Congress, but the establishment Republicans who sometimes lose focus and fail us on important liberty issues."

Labrador for Majority Leader!

The Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) announced a resolution of its National Board, today, urging Rep. Raul Labrador of Idaho to run for Majority Leader of the House.

“Labrador’s election as Majority Leader,” according to RLC National Chair Matt Nye, “would represent an acknowledgement by House members that Eric Cantor’s primary loss last week is a sign that new ideas are gaining influence in the Party. More and more, Republicans are asking that the Party return to its small government roots, and Labrador represents that element of the Party well.”

RLC of Florida Challenges RPOF to come clean on campaign finance - stop "legal laundering" of campaign funds

MELBOURNE, FL - The Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) of Florida announced today that campaign finance reform will be its top priority for the 2015 legislative session.

The “Come Clean in 2015” campaign will seek to put an end to the “legal laundering” of millions of dollars in campaign contributions through political committees controlled by legislative leaders, as well as through the Republican and Democrat parties of Florida.

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