Read More - Huck PAC invests in Oregon, Georgia, and Alabama, Republicans
Today, Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life, Oregon, Georgia, and Alabama, Republicans:

$5,000 Cliff Bentz for Congress (OR-2) PRIMARY

$5,000 Jerry Carl for Congress (AL-1)

$5,000 Barry Moore for Congress (AL-2)

$5,000 Mike Rogers for Congress (AL-3) PRIMARY

$5,000 Robert Aderholt for Congress (AL-4)

$5,000 Gary Palmer for Congress (AL-6)

$5,000 Buddy Carter for Congress (GA-1)

$5,000 A. Drew Ferguson for Congress (GA-3) PRIMARY

$5,000 Austin Scott for Congress (GA-8)

$5,000 Andrew S. Clyde for Congress (GA-9) PRIMARY

$5,000 Barry Loudermilk for Congress (GA-11)

$5,000 Rick Allen for Congress (GA-12)

This year Huck PAC has directly contributed $1,223,200 total to 241 candidates.

To view our endorsements in your state, go here. Thank you as always for your continued interest in Huck PAC.

Want to help? DONATE $5 HERE to keep us going.

Read More - Huck PAC invests in Iowa, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Texas, Idaho and North Carolina Republicans

Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life, Iowa, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Texas, Idaho and North Carolina Republicans:

Luana Stoltenberg Iowa House 81 IA $5,000.00

Russ Fulcher U.S. House 1 ID $5,000.00

Mike Simpson U.S. House 2 ID $5,000.00

James Comer U.S. House 1 KY $5,000.00

Brett Guthrie U.S. House 2 KY $5,000.00

Thomas Massie U.S. House 4 KY $5,000.00

Harold Rogers U.S. House 5 KY $5,000.00

Andy Barr U.S. House 6 KY $5,000.00

Gregory Murphy U.S. House 3 NC $5,000.00

Virginia Foxx U.S. House 5 NC $5,000.00

David Rouzer U.S. House 7 NC $5,000.00

Dan Bishop U.S. House 8 NC $5,000.00

Richard Hudson U.S. House 9 NC $5,000.00

Patrick T. McHenry U.S. House 10 NC $5,000.00

Neil Parrott U.S. House 6 MD $5,000.00

Ryan Guillen Texas House 31 TX $5,000.00

Janie Lopez Texas House 37 TX $5,000.00

Katherine Parker Texas House 74 TX $5,000.00

Angie Button Texas House 112 TX $5,000.00

John Lujan Texas House 118 TX $5,000.00

Herschel Walker U.S. Senate GA $10,000.00

Total: $110,000

These new endorsements/contributions bring our total investment in Iowa to $70,000, Texas $250,000, Maryland $5,000, Georgia $13,000, Kentucky $30,000 and $35,000 in North Carolina.

Nationally, the PAC has invested in 138 candidates for $980,900. To view our endorsements in your state, go here.

Read More - Huck PAC invests in Texas Republicans

Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life, Texas Republicans:

TX-10 Mike McCaul for Congress $5,000

TX-1 Nathaniel Moran for Congress, $5,000

TX-8 Morgan Luttrell for Congress, $5,000

TX-15 Monica De La Cruz for Congress $5,000

TX-16 Irene Armendariz Jackson for Congress $5,000

TX-20 Kyle Sinclair for Congress $5,000

TX-34 Mayra Flores for Congress $5,000

TX-38 Wesley Hunt f or Congress $5,000

TX-3 Keith Self for Congress $5,000

These new endorsements/contributions bring our total investment in Texas to $225,000. Nationally, the PAC has given $837,000 to 112 candidates in 2021-22.

Read More - Moderate Democrat retires, unloads on Party

One of the few remaining moderate Democrats in the House is retiring from Congress at 43. She says there is no middle ground anymore, and the party is under the control of radicals with the leadership trying to “beat moderates into submission.” She was also being opposed by several Democrat interest groups for supporting law and order and legal immigration.

https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/rick-moran/2022/03/18/retiring-moderate-democrat-unloads-on-her-partys-extremists-n1567548

It’s a cautionary tale for those who dislike the far-left lurch of the national Democratic Party but think their local Democratic Representative is different. That might be true, but once they get to Washington and are put under tremendous pressure by the Party leaders, you’ll find that almost every radical left bill passes on a party line vote. If you don’t want your Representative to be on the left side of that line, there’s only one way to make sure they’re not subject to pressure from the Democratic leaders, and that’s to elect a Republican.

RIP Congressman Don Young

March 20, 2022

Read More - RIP Congressman Don Young

Don Young was my dear friend. We were introduced by Congressman Jay Dickey when I was early in my term as Governor and Don’s passion for sound and responsible infrastructure was similar to mine. We both believed that one of the true legitimate functions of government was to build roads, bridges, airports, seaports, and vital transportation systems. Few who ever served in Congress were as knowledgeable about infrastructure as Don. We also shared a passion for the outdoors and hunting. Don came to Arkansas to duck hunt with me on several occasions. He was an amazing shooter, but I think what he loved most was the time we went on a riverboat tour of the Arkansas River. The old “riverboat captain” version of Don Young (his early life vocation) came alive, and he drove the massive sand retrieval craft along the river and the smile on his face is something I’ll never forget. I loved Don. He was brutally honest, but was a man who loved life, loved Alaska, loved Congress, but never lost being that salty old river boat captain who loved to hunt and fish. What a character! We talked on the phone every few months—rarely about politics. Just a conversation of two old friends who thought politics was important, but friendship and the thrill of being in the woods or on the water made life better!

Read More - The Democrats' New Election Strategy: Blame Republicans

With polls showing that the Democrats have about as much chance of surviving the next election as General Custer did at Little Big Horn, the Dems are desperate for any argument for reelecting them. So they’ve hit on this stunner: the Republicans are to blame for not solving the problems the Democrats have caused. I kid you not.

Last week at a Senate Democrat press briefing, Sen. Debbie Stabenow said of the current rampaging inflation, “Republicans have done nothing to lower costs, they have proposed nothing to lower costs."

Well, Deb, since they don’t control the Congress and White House, as your party does, there’s not a lot they CAN do. They did vote with Joe Manchin to stop you from printing another couple of trillion dollars to devalue the currency even more, but you didn't even thank them.

The truth is, the Republicans don’t have to offer a detailed 32-point plan for dealing with all the problems currently plaguing America. We know how to solve them: just go back to what we were doing before the Democrats took over and destroyed everything. Drill for oil and gas, hire cops, put criminals in jail, secure the border, stop spending money we don’t have to pay people not to work, etc. etc. etc. To quote the old gag, “It ain’t rocket surgery.” It's just common sense, but Democrats have declared war on that.

This strategy reminds me of a story by the great humorist James Thurber, about his headstrong Aunt Florence. She thought she could do everything on her farm better than anyone else. So when her newfangled cream separator needed fixing, instead of calling a repairman, she ordered the farmhands to stand aside and she’d do it herself. Several hours later, it was hopelessly dismantled with parts strewn all over the barn floor. She finally yelled in frustration, “Why doesn’t somebody take this g****m thing away from me?!”

Well, the Democrats are now Thurber’s Aunt Florence. They insisted they knew how to run everything better than anyone else. They were given a chance to do that, and in their ignorance and arrogance, they dismantled and destroyed systems that had worked for generations before they got their hands on them. Now, they’re trying to blame it on the people who failed to stop them.

Huck PAC is directly involved in the fight to knock the Democrats out of power. Stay in touch with our efforts by reading our blog here (we are posting 1-2x per week and my posts will pickup steam over the course of the year).

And keep track of our endorsements on a state by state basis on Huck PAC's website here.

RIP Jim Hagedorn

February 21, 2022

Read More - RIP Jim Hagedorn

I’m sad to have to report that Minnesota Republican Congressman Jim Hagedorn has died at 59. No cause of death was revealed. He tested positive for COVID-19 last month, but he’d also revealed a recurrence of kidney cancer last July.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/republican-rep-jim-hagedorn-dead-age-59

His wife, Jennifer Carnahan, released a statement reading, "Jim loved our country and loved representing the people of southern Minnesota. Every moment of every day he lived his dream by serving others. There was no stronger conservative in our state than my husband; and it showed in how he voted, led and fought for our country."

All of us here at Huck PAC extend our sympathies and prayers to Jennifer and to Jim’s family. We endorsed Congressman Hagedorn in 2020 and would have done so again in 2022. He will be missed.

Read More - Huck PAC invests in Arkansas, Georgia, and Nebraska Republicans

Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life, Arkansas, Georgia and Nebraska Republicans:

Whitney Pimentel State House (GA-30) $3,000.00 

Jeff Fortenberry U.S. Congress (NE-1) $5,000.00 

Don Bacon U.S. Congress (NE-2) $5,000.00 

Adrian Smith U.S. Congress (NE-3) $5,000.00 

Tim Ryals Sheriff Faulkner AR $2,900.00 

Total: $20,900

These new endorsements/contributions bring our total investment in Arkansas to $79,700 AND $3,00 in Georgia and $15,000 in Nebraska.

Nationally, the PAC has given $753,700 to 98 candidates in 2021-22. 

Read More - Counting the days until a Pro-Life, Republican Speaker...

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi loves to lecture us all about our carbon footprint and how we’re destroying the Earth and causing climate change with our selfish, CO2-creating ways. But according to FEC campaign filings, between October 2020 and December 2021, Pelosi spent over $500,000 on private jets.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/pelosi-500k-private-jets-moral-obligation-reduce-emissions

This was during a time when she led a 21-member congressional delegation to the UN Climate Change Conference in Scotland (which I bet could’ve been conducted over Zoom.) While there, she piously said of the climate “crisis,” "For me, it's a religious thing…I believe this is God's creation, and we have a moral obligation to be good stewards."

I believe that, too, which is one reason why I travel on commercial airliners that create far less pollution than private jets. Also, I don’t have big piles of money to waste from campaign donors, taxpayers and suspiciously lucky stock investments.

I should also point out that Speaker Pelosi claims to be a good Catholic while fighting any efforts to limit abortion, so her concept of a “religious thing” is likely a lot fuzzier than mine.

Read More - Huck PAC invests in Indiana and Ohio Republicans

Huck PAC is pleased to announce the support of these pro-life, Indiana and Ohio Republicans:

Indiana U.S. House Jackie Walorski (IN-02) $5,000

Indiana U.S. House Jim Banks (IN-03) $5,000

Indiana U.S. House Jim Baird (IN-04) $5,000

Indiana U.S. House Victoria Spartz (IN-05) $5,000

Indiana U.S. House Greg Pence (IN-06) $5,000

Indiana U.S. House Larry Bucshon (IN-08) $5,000

Indiana U.S. House Trey Hollingsworth (IN-09) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Steve Chabot (OH-01) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Brad Wenstrup (OH-02) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Jim Jordan (OH-04) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Robert Latta (OH-05) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Bill Johnson (OH-06) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Bob Gibbs (OH-07) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Warren Davidson (OH-08) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Michael Turner (OH-10) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Troy Balderson (OH-12) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House David Joyce (OH-14) $5,000

Ohio U.S. House Mike Carey (OH-15) $5,000

Total: $90,000

These new endorsements/contributions bring our total investment in Indiana to $40,000 AND $55,000 in Ohio.

Nationally, the PAC has given $732,800 to 93 candidates in 2021-22.