Ann Wagner

Congresswoman , MO-02

Ann Wagner is a principled conservative who has worked hard to deliver for the people of Missouri’s 2nd district. Congresswoman Wagner is a strong supporter of the second amendment, has successfully combated sex trafficking, is a committed tax fighter and defender of the unborn. Wagner is the Vice Ranking Member of the Foreign Affairs and Financial Services Committees. Wagner previously served as Co-Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Chairman of the Missouri Republican Party, and was a U.S. Ambassador.


John Carter

US Representative, TX-31

As the first Republican elected in Williamson County since reconstruction, Central Texans have trusted John “Judge” Carter as their District Judge and as their TX-31 congressman.

Carter serves as the Ranking Member of the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee and sits on the Defense Subcommittee on Appropriations. He also serves as Co-Chairman of the House Army Caucus.

Judge graduated from Texas Tech with a degree in history, and received a law degree from the University of Texas Law School. John and Erika Carter have been married for 50 years and have four children and six grandchildren.


Steve Chabot

US Representative, OH-01

Congressman Steve Chabot has represented Ohio’s First Congressional District since 1994, and has served on the Judiciary, Small Business and Foreign Affairs Committees. He is currently the Ranking Member of the Small Business Committee and a leading advocate for fiscal responsibility. He has consistently voted to eliminate wasteful spending, leading advocacy groups such as Citizens Against Government Waste, and the National Taxpayers Union to rate Steve as one of the most pro-taxpayer Members of Congress.


Don Bacon

US Representative, NE-02

Raised on a farm in the Midwest, Don Bacon learned the value of hard work and fiscal responsibility at a young age. After working his way through college Don joined the United States Air Force, where he would spend the next 30 years. During his military career, Don focused on intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. He deployed four times and had five commands, including at Offutt AFB. After his penultimate assignment directing ISR Strategy, Plans, Doctrine, and Force Development for the Air Force at the Pentagon, he retired as a brigadier general.

Don knew he had more to offer his country and felt called to run for Congress, where he could continue to defend the Constitution and stand up for conservative ideals. In 2016, he became the only Republican in America to defeat an incumbent Congressional Democrat. He was re-elected to a second term representing Nebraska’s Second District in 2018.

Don has been married to his college sweetheart Angie for 35years. They have four children and five grandchildren and live in Papillion, NE.


Andy Barr

US Representative, KY-06

As a conservative, Andy Barr believes that limited government and free enterprise empower the American people with the greatest opportunity to pursue happiness, provide for their families, and give their children a better life.

He has consistently voted to reduce the size and scope of the federal government, to stop regulatory overreach, and to preserving the rights guaranteed to the people in the Constitution.

Andy is married to Carol Leavell Barr, and they have two daughters. He is a native of Lexington, KY.