Our Political Impact

We are a grassroots organization that relies solely on the financial support of individuals and our endorsements reflect their views.

In 2018, Huck PAC donated $231,300 directly to candidates (10 US Senate races, 32 US House races, 6 Governors races and 23 Arkansas races).

Our overall endorsement record:  55 wins and 18 losses.

US Senate Candidates

In 2019-20, Huck PAC donated to the following U.S. Senate Candidates:

1. Joni Ernst for Senate (IA) $5,000 

2. Martha McSally for Senate (AZ) $5,000

3. David Perdue for Senate (GA) $5,000

4. John James for Senate (MI) $5,000

5. Mike Rounds for Senate (SD) $5,000

6. Thom Tillis for Senate (NC) $5,000

7. Cory Gardner for Senate (CO) $5,000

8. Lindsey Graham for Senate (SC) $5,000

10. Mitch McConnell for Senate (KY) $5,000

11. John Merrill for Senate (AL) $5,000

12.  John Cornyn for Senate (TX) $5,000

13.  Cindy Hyde-Smith (MS) $5,000

Total:  $65,000

Row three.

It’s no secret that I have major policy differences with President Obama on about everything---I believe in American exceptionalism, standing strong with Israel, lower taxes, de-centralization of government from the federal to the local level, the sanctity of every human life, less regulation, taxation, and litigation, and on and on…but President Obama can’t be blamed for an economy that is killing the middle class, for broken promises about taxes going up for people making under $250,000 a year, for not being to keep your health plan or your doctor, for the dismal standing of our nation in the eyes of the world—so bad that even our friends are spitting mad at us. Turns out, it’s not his fault. Because he didn’t know anything about it….any of it.

It’s a good thing a newspaper gets delivered to the White House, or otherwise President Obama wouldn’t have a clue about Fast and Furious, Benghazi, the criminal activities of the IRS, the Justice Department trampling over the 1st amendment rights of the AP and Fox News’ James Rosen, the disastrous Obamacare website, the fact that under the not-so affordable care act, more Americans have LOST their health care than have signed up. The President had no idea that death benefits would be denied to those killed in action during the government shutdown; he was completely unaware the NSA was illegally spying on millions of America citizens or tapping phone calls of leaders from European allies all the way to the Pope. This is like Tim Cook, CEO of Apple saying he didn’t know Apple had a new iPad until he read it in the papers; or Theo Epstein, CEO of the Boston Red Sox saying he wasn’t aware that Boston won the World Series until he glanced at the sports page; or that Roger Ailes was surprised to find out that Fox News beat all the other news channels for 12 years in a row until he heard it on the Huckabee Show. Whenever there is a crisis or controversy, the answer with this President is the same.

The President’s biggest problem is that he hasn’t a clue how to run an organization...he has zero executive experience. I’m not sure he could organize a 2 car parade, and if he did, he’d have to read the news accounts of it to know which cars were in it. When I was Governor, there was a standing order: Don’t let me ever learn something about a problem in state government by reading the paper. Good news can wait until the morning, but bad news is to be delivered immediately, regardless of time of day or night. I never fired people because they made mistakes. I made more than anyone and mine were always far more visible than theirs. If a mistake was made, there was no reason for me to use up my energy screaming about it—just get it fixed. But one thing would get a staffer or agency head fired on the spot—not informing me that we had a problem. No one can know everything going on—my chief of staff used to say, “If I know everything going on, not enough is going on,” but if there is a problem or a breakdown, or a failure, or a looming disaster, that had better be delivered to me faster than President Obama can get to the golf course. This President has outsourced much of the functions of government and all of the responsibility. If he can’t or won’t do the job of President, then maybe he could outsource to someone who can and would do it. And Mr. President, I am available.

Please help Huck PAC hold President Obama accountable by making a donation today!

Contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Federal Election Law requires us to report the name, address, occupation, and employer for contributions that aggregate in excess of $200 in an election cycle.

US House Candidates

In 2018, Huck PAC donated the following to U.S. House Candidates:

1. French Hill for Congress (AR)  $5,000 - WINNER

2. Steve Womack for Congress (AR)  $2,500 - WINNER

3. Bruce Westermann for Congress (AR)  $2,500 - WINNER

4. Rick Crawford for Congress (AR)  $2,500 - WINNER

5. Mimi Walters for Congress (CA)  $5,000 - LOST

6. Young Kim for Congress (CA)  $5,000 - LOST

7. Jeff Denham for Congress (CA)  $2,500 - LOST

8. Duncan Hunter Jr. for Congress (CA)  $5,000 - WINNER

9. Matt Gaetz for Congress (FL)  $5,000 - WINNER

10. Neal Dunn for Congress (FL)  $2,500 - WINNER

11. Maria Salazar for Congress (FL) $2,500 - LOST

12. Herman West for Congress (GA)  $2,500 - LOST

13. Karen Handel for Congress (GA)  $2,500 - LOST

14. David Young for Congress (IA)  $5,000 - LOST

15. Andy Barr for Congress (KY)  $2,500 - WINNER

16. Lena Epstein for Congress (MI)  $2,500 - LOST

17. Pete Stauber for Congress (MN)  $2,500 - WINNER

18. Jim Hagedorn for Congress (MN)  $2,500 - WINNER

19. Yvette Herrell for Congress (NM) $2,500 - LOST

20. Claudia Tenney for Congress (NY)  $5,000 - LOST

21. Mark Harris for Congress (NC)  $5,000 - WINNER

22. Steve Chabot for Congress (OH) $5,000 - WINNER

23. David Kustoff for Congress (TN) $2,500 - WINNER

24. Chuck Fleischmann for Congress (TN) $2,500 - WINNER

25. Cathy McMorris Rodgers for Congress (WA)  $2,500 - WINNER

26. Jaime Herrera Beutler for Congress (WA) $2,500 - WINNER

27. Carol Miller for Congress (WV)  $5,000 - WINNER

28. Pete Sessions for Congress (TX) $5,000 - LOST

29. Danny Tarkanian for Congress (NV) $2,500 - LOST

30. Greg Walden for Congress (OR) $5,000 - WINNER

31. Tom MacArthur for Congress (NJ) $2,500 - LOST

32. Ross Spano for Congress (FL) $2,500 - WINNER

Total $110,000


State Candidates

1. Mike Dewine for Governor (OH) $5,000 - WINNER

2. Bill Lee for Governor (TN) $2,500 - WINNER

3. Kristi Noem for Governor (SD) $2,500 - WINNER

4. Kim Reynolds for Governor (IA) $5,000 - WINNER

5.  Ron DeSantis for Governor (FL) $3,000 - WINNER

6.  Ashley Moody for Attorney General (FL) $3,000 - WINNER

7.  Jimmy Patronis Chief Financial Officer (FL) $3,000 - WINNER

8.  John Merrill for Secretary of state (AL) $2,500 - WINNER

9.  Tom Parker Supreme Court Chief Justice (AL) $2,500 - WINNER

Total:  $34,000


So far, Huck PAC has donated the following to Local Candidates:

1. Governor Asa Hutchinson $2,700 - WINNER

2. Lt. Governor Tim Griffin $2,700 - WINNER

3. AG Leslie Rutledge $2,700 - WINNER

4. John Thurston for Secretary of State $2,700 - WINNER

5. Dennis Milligan for State Treasurer $2,700 - WINNER

6. Tommy Land for Commissioner of State Lans $1,000 - WINNER

TOTAL $14,500


7. James Sturch $2,700 - WINNER

8. Jason Rapert $2,700 - WINNER

9. Mark Johnson $2,700 - WINNER

10. Kim Hammer $1,000 - WINNER

11. Cecile Bledsoe $1,000 - WINNER

12. Dawn Clemence $1,000 - LOST

13. Terry Rice $1,000 - WINNER

14. Bill Sample $1,000 - WINNER

15. Gary Stubblefield $1,000 - WINNER

Total: $14,100



16. Richard Womack $1,000 - WINNER

17. Carlton Wing $1,000 - WINNER

18. Steve Hollowell $1,000 - WINNER

19. Jana Della Rosa $1,000 - WINNER

20. Lane Jean $1000 - WINNER

21. Matthew Shepherd $2,700 - WINNER

22. Sonia Barker $500 - WINNER

23. Jimmy Gazaway $500 - WINNER

TOTAL:  $8,700

Overall Arkansas Total $37,300