CCAGW PAC Endorses Wisconsin Reps. Glenn Grothman and Bryan Steil

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Today, the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste Political Action Committee (CCAGW PAC) announced its endorsement for Reps. Glenn Grothman (R-Wis.) and Bryan Steil (R-Wis.) for re-election to the House.

CCAGW PAC based its endorsements on the candidates’ lifetime score in CCAGW’s 2019 Congressional Ratings.

Both candidates have exemplary lifetime ratings that have made them a "Taxpayer Hero." Rep. Grothman has a lifetime rating of 95 percent and Rep. Steil has a lifetime rating of 93 percent based on his first year in Congress.

"During their tenures in the House, Reps. Grothman and Steil have been strong and reliable votes to curb government waste and reform Washington," said CCAGW PAC Chairman Tom Schatz. "On top of their impressive voting records, they worked with their colleagues to enact and retain historic tax cuts, support deregulation, and help ignite America’s economic boom. I urge their constituents to re-elect them to Congress."

CCAGW PAC is affiliated with the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste, a 501(c)(4) organization. CCAGW PAC’s mission is to support political candidates who will fight to eliminate waste, fraud, and abuse in government and represent the best interests of taxpayers.

Paid for by the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste Political Action Committee. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

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Contacts

Alexandra Abrams (202) 467-5310
aabrams@cagw.org

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