Norquist Letter to Romney Regarding Capital Gains

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Posted by John Kartch on Friday, September 13th, 2019, 5:49 PM PERMALINK

Today, ATR President Grover Norquist sent a letter to Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) regarding indexing capital gains taxes to inflation. The full text of the letter can be found here and below: 

To: Senator Mitt Romney
From: Grover Norquist
Cc: Republican Members of Congress

September 13, 2019 

Dear Senator Romney,

A few weeks ago you said you were “looking at” joining the hard left in the Democrat party in imposing a national energy tax on all Americans – a carbon tax – along with Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, and Pete Buttigieg.

Today in a letter you not only undermined Senator Ted Cruz and 20 other Senate Republicans, you misstated President Trump’s position on ending the taxation of inflation in capital gains.

President Trump has repeatedly, correctly stated that he knows he has the legal authority to end the taxation of inflation in capital gains by allowing taxpayers to calculate cost as “cost plus inflation.”  

The President is aware that the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that agencies have that power in Verizon v. FCC in 2002. Even before that finding, Supreme Court lawyer Chuck Cooper made it clear that the President and Treasury Secretary have this authority. That was only made more obvious with the 2002 Verizon decision which Cooper detailed in his updated 2012 legal memo.

You also used regrettable left-wing rhetoric. According to the IRS 24,139,920 American households had a capital gains filing in the most recent year of available data. Eighty-two percent of these households made less than $200,000 that year and 56 percent made less than $100,000.

In your home state of Utah, 181,300 households had a capital gains filing. Eighty-four percent of these Utah households made less than $200,000 per year and 57 percent made less than $100,000 per year.

As noted by the Tax Foundation, “the lower rate on capital gains does not mitigate the inflation issue, as taxpayers still face tax liability whether they made a real gain or real loss.”

As also noted by the Tax Foundation: “Indexing provides important protection for all citizens, even those who have no capital gains, by reducing government’s ability and incentive to raise effective tax rates by inflating the currency.”

White House economists and Congressional Republicans together with free market groups and the business community in all 50 states will continue to push this initiative forward and get it enacted before the 2020 election.

You are putting yourself on the wrong side of the two biggest divisions between the two parties today: Democrats want to tax energy with a carbon tax while Republicans are unified in opposition. Democrats like Joe Biden want to increase the capital gains tax burden, and Republicans want to reduce the capital gains tax burden. The only way to reduce the capital gains tax burden between now and 2020 is through executive action.

It is wrong for the government to tax inflation. Ending the inflation tax will help create jobs and raise wages. ATR will continue to highlight the tens of millions of Americans who will benefit directly from ending the inflation tax, many of whom live in Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. Good policy is good politics. 

Ending the inflation tax on capital gains has broad and deep support. The growing list of supporters will not be discouraged by your letter.

Sincerely, 

Grover G. Norquist
President, Americans for Tax Reform

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Czech Republic Introduces Digital Tax on American Tech Companies

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Posted by Andreas Hellmann on Friday, September 13th, 2019, 5:42 PM PERMALINK

The Czech Republic joins a growing number of European countries that are imposing a harmful digital services tax on American tech companies. The Czech Ministry of Finance has drafted a law introducing a 7 % digital tax on revenue from online advertising, the sale of user data, and inter-mediation services, following the European Commission’s similar proposal from 2018. 

The Czech government expects the levy to be introduced in mid-2020 and estimates the tax will generate CZK 2.1billion ($90 million)  in additional revenue in 2020, and CZK 5 billion ($215 million) annually after that.
 
The tax hits companies with global turnover higher than 750 million euro annually and with sales within the Czech Republic over 1.9million euro.
Finance Minister Alena Schillerova is following the French approach saying that the tax will apply until global tax measures are agreed at the OECD level. 

Make no mistake that the Czech digital tax is discriminatory. By using revenue as a proxy for nationality, the Czech Republic is looking to pillage the accounts of American tech companies in order to get their “fair share” of tax. While the OECD is working to develop a global consensus on the issue, the Czech have decided to go ahead and follow France, risking worsening the Czech-American relationship and a massive blow back on future trade.

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Podcast: Lessons from the Battleground. Ohio Cuts Taxes, Regs, But Ups Spending.

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Posted on Friday, September 13th, 2019, 5:39 PM PERMALINK

The Buckeye State is making progress for taxpayers, with some tax cuts, regulatory reform, and more. While setting some good examples, the state's Medicaid expansion and rising spending levels aren't examples other states want to follow. Buckeye Institute's Greg Lawson joins the podcast to talk about all this and more.


Elizabeth Warren is Still Dodging the Middle Class Tax Question

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Posted by Adam Sabes on Thursday, September 12th, 2019, 9:19 PM PERMALINK

Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren yet again dodged questions asking if the middle class would see a tax increase under her proposed “Medicare for All” plan during the ABC debate on Thursday night.

Here is the key exchange:

George Stephanopoulos: “Senator Warren, let me take that to you, particularly on what Senator Biden was saying there about health care. He's praised Bernie Sanders about being candid, says that Senator Sanders has been candid about the fact that middle class taxes are going to go up and most of private insurance is going to be eliminated. Will you make that same admission?” 

Elizabeth Warren: [dodge]

Stephanopoulos: “Direct question. You said middle class families are going to pay less. But will middle class taxes go up to for pay for the program? I know you believe the deductibles and premiums go down.” 

Warren: [dodge]


Americans for Tax Reform president Grover Norquist said: "If Elizabeth Warren will not admit the obvious—that her wild spending will require broad-based tax hikes on the middle class—in a Democrat debate, will she ever tell the truth in a general election?"

While Warren won't admit that the middle class will pay more in taxes as a result of Medicare for All, Sanders openly admits it.

“Yes, [the middle class] will pay more in taxes,” Sanders said during the June Democratic debate on NBC.

Jeff Greenfield from Politico noted that Warren could be holding back an admission that Medicare for All will lead to higher taxes for the middle class because she is worried about losing voters. Greenfield wrote:

"This leaves an obvious question that will follow her through the campaign: “Bernie Sanders is frank enough to acknowledge the obvious, and then explain it. Why won’t you?” The answer may be as simple as: If you say you will raise middle class taxes, an unmeasurable but likely significant number of voters simply will not bother to wait for the rest of your explanation."

As ATR noted earlier, Medicare for All would require anywhere from $32 trillion and $36 trillion in higher taxes over the course of the next decade.

If you want to stay up-to-date on Democrats and their threats to raise taxes, visit www.atr.org/HighTaxDems.

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Kamala Harris Calls for Ban on Plastic Straws

Elizabeth Warren's Climate Plan Calls For "Reversing" GOP Tax Cuts

Sanders: We’re Going to “Absolutely” Raise the Corporate Tax Rate

Elizabeth Warren on Corporate Tax Cuts: “I really want to see them rolled back.”

Bill de Blasio Calls for Corporate Tax Rate Hike

Amy Klobuchar: Raise the Corporate Tax Rate to 25%

Biden on capital gains tax: “We should raise the tax back to 39.6 percent”

Kamala Harris Threatens to Repeal GOP Tax Cuts 3 Times in August

Joe Biden: “I’m going to eliminate most all” of GOP Tax Cuts

Cory Booker Calls for Repeal of "Toxic" GOP Tax Cuts

Marianne Williamson Joins Dems Calling for TCJA Repeal

Kamala Admits Her Plan Would End Employer Insurance

“Medicare for All” is a Middle Class Tax Increase, Say Dems

Elizabeth Warren Can’t Dodge the Middle Class Tax Question Forever

Dem Socialized Healthcare Plan Will Lead to Middle Class Tax Hikes

Elizabeth Warren "Wealth Tax" was described by the WaPo editorial board as having "a certain authoritarian odor"

Supposed “Moderate” Democrat John Delaney Wants to Impose Carbon Tax on the American People

Klobuchar Suggests Capital Gains Tax Hike and “Doing Something” About TCJA

VIDEO: 2020 Democrats Will Raise Your Taxes

Kamala Harris Campaign Headquarters Located in Opportunity Zone Created by GOP Tax Cuts

Julian Castro: “We’re going to have to raise taxes.”

Biden and Harris: Raise the Corporate Tax Rate

Biden tweet: Ignore the fact I’ve already called for middle class tax hikes

Kamala Harris: “I Will Reverse” Trump’s Tax Cuts

Kamala Harris Calls for Repeal of Tax Cuts Four Times in Three Minutes

Julian Castro Caught Lying about GOP Tax Cuts

NYT: Bidencare Will be Funded by “rolling back” GOP tax cuts

Kamala Harris: I Will Repeal “That Tax Bill”

Cory Booker: “I do support” Imposing Carbon Tax on Americans

Harris: “We are Going to Repeal That Tax Bill”

Biden: I Will Raise Corporate Tax Rate to 28%

Kamala Harris Continues to Lie about Tax Cuts

Jay Inslee: “Repeal the Trump Tax Cuts”

Biden Running Ads to “Repeal Trump’s Tax Cuts.”

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Kamala Harris: When I Enter Office "I Will Repeal" the TCJA

Biden: “First thing I would do as President is Eliminate the President’s Tax Cut.”

Bernie Sanders claims people would be “delighted to pay more in taxes”

Biden: Tax Cuts Will be “Gone” If I’m Elected

Kamala Harris: I Will Repeal Tax Cuts “on day one”

Biden again says capital gains tax is “Much too Low”

Biden: Capital gains tax “much too low”

VIDEO: Five Times Biden has Threatened to Repeal Tax Cuts

Biden: “First thing I’d do is repeal those Trump tax cuts.”

Joe Biden broke his middle class tax pledge

“Mayor Pete” Calls for Steep Tax Hike on Homes and Businesses

Kamala Harris Vows Repeal of Tax Cuts “on Day One”

Biden: “When I’m President, if God willing I am, we’re going to reverse those Trump tax cuts.”

 


Trump repeals Obama's Waters of the U.S. regulation

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Posted by Mike Palicz on Thursday, September 12th, 2019, 6:02 PM PERMALINK

President Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency finalized a rule today repealing the Obama Administration's 2015 Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule, an overreaching federal regulation which defined what natural features are considered federal waters. The new rule is projected to deliver $1.3 billion in regulatory savings and is in line with President Trump’s Executive Order directing the EPA to review and possibly replace the Obama administration’s definition.

The previous administration’s regulation went beyond the intended purpose of the law and amounted to a power grab designed to place control in the hands of the government over private landowners and developers.

Under the Obama rule, regulation expanded to include ephemeral features in its definition of federal water, meaning land that only temporarily held water could be regulated as federal water if the water eventually flowed into a navigable water. Expanding the scope of the definition gave the federal government greater control in permitting in certain activities such as land development.

Today’s action restores the regulatory text prior to the Obama administration’s 2015 rule and sets the table for the Trump EPA to issue a second, still forthcoming, rule intended to provide states greater flexibility and local control.

“Today’s action is “Step 1” of our response to the president’s executive order. Step 1 repeals the 2015 rule and recodifies the longstanding and familiar regulatory text that existed previously. It also sets the stage for “Step 2” – our new proposed “waters of the United States” definition,” EPA Administrator Wheeler explained in an op-ed released today.

Americans for Tax Reform applauds President Trump and Administrator Wheeler for taking a crucial first step towards revising the Obama Administration’s overreaching definition of federal waters. ATR also encourages the administration to finalize its Step 2 rule and provide landowners greater certainty regarding what is, and what is not, a federal water.

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Elizabeth Warren's New Tax Would Crush Millions of Americans and Small Businesses

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Posted by Tom Hebert on Thursday, September 12th, 2019, 4:43 PM PERMALINK

Massachusetts liberal and 2020 Democrat presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren today released yet another proposal that would raise taxes on millions of Americans and businesses. This proposal would disproportionately impact small businesses that operate on tight margins, and the plan’s multiple tax hikes will eventually hit every American. 

Warren’s plan, entitled “Expanding Social Security,” imposes a new 14.8 percent payroll, or “FICA,” tax on individuals making more than $250,000 a year. The Warren tax is evenly split between employers and employees at 7.4 percent each. This new tax is levied on top of the current 12.4 percent FICA tax, which is split evenly between employees and employers at 6.2 percent each. 

The plan also imposes a new 14.8 percent tax on investment income for individuals making over $250,000 a year and families making more than $400,000 a year. This new tax is modeled after Obamacare’s disastrous National Investment Income Tax (NIIT), a 3.8 percent surtax on investment income that ended up targeting retirees and the disabled.

The Warren plan levies these new taxes to fund an unsustainable benefit increase. Under her proposal, beneficiaries will receive an extra $200 a month or $2,400 a year. This benefit increase applies to all current and future beneficiaries. 

The Warren plan is nonsensical on its face. Instead of working sensibly to reform Social Security by raising the retirement age or means testing benefits, Warren doubles down on the existing failed structure.

As it stands right now, the Social Security Trust Fund is heading towards complete collapse. A recent report from the nonpartisan Social Security Trustees forecasts that the fund will be totally depleted by 2035. This insolvency will automatically trigger 20 percent across-the-board benefit cuts for retirees. As of 2018, Social Security provides income to approximately 67 million Americans

While Warren claims that her plan targets the rich to “fix” Social Security, her misguided tax hikes would eventually ensnare every taxpayer. As mentioned before, the annual salary cap for FICA increases year over year. Eventually, the 12.4 percent payroll tax cap will reach $250,000. This will lead to Americans making between $0 and $250,000 in wages paying a 6.2 percent tax every dollar they earn, and Americans making more than $250,000 paying an additional 7.4 percent tax on every dollar they earn in perpetuity. This assumes that Warren does not immediately raise the wage cap to $250,000 (she is unclear about this in her proposal) or does not raise the FICA payroll tax. 

This plan is simply one amongst many tax hikes that Warren has proposed. Since launching her campaign, Warren has proposed a wealth tax, a gun tax, a $1 trillion business tax hike, a carbon tax, and full repeal of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Warren has also endorsed socialist Senator Bernie Sanders’ (I-Vt.) Medicare for All proposal and far-left Rep. Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez’s (D-N.Y.) Green New Deal, plans that would raise taxes on millions of Americans. 

The Warren plan for Social Security is simply another tax hike on American individuals and businesses alike. While Warren frames her proposal as raising taxes on the wealthy, the reality is that it would eventually ensnare all Americans and small businesses in a massive tax hike trap. 

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Democrats Have One Message, higher taxes

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Posted by Adam Sabes on Thursday, September 12th, 2019, 3:19 PM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform Communications Fellow Adam Sabes wrote an op-Ed in The Washington Times, arguing that Democrats have one message, which is higher taxes on Americans.

Read his op-Ed below:

Like your tax cut? If a Democrat is elected as our next president, don’t expect that to last long. Top Democrats running for president have vowed to repeal the entire Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed in 2017, which would set back millions of middle-income Americans.

Americans for Tax Reform has recorded 28 occasions on which Democratic presidential candidates have threatened to eliminate the TCJA, which has lowered taxes for every income level in every congressional district.

It’s not just the TCJA, either. Democrats running for president have also proposed increasing the corporate tax rate, increasing the capital gains tax, imposing a carbon tax, gun tax, wealth tax, payroll tax increase, a middle-class tax increase to pay for “Medicare for All,” as well as various financial transaction taxes.

If Democrats succeeded with their promise to repeal the TCJA, for starters, a family of four earning the median income of $73,000 would see a $2,000 tax increase, and millions of households would see their standard deduction slashed in half.

A single parent with one child making a $41,000 annual income would see a tax increase of $1,300. Small businesses would suffer by a repeal of the TCJA and see a tax increase due to the 20 percent deduction for small business income being taken away.

Think that’s bad enough? This is just a small portion of the negative impacts that a repeal of the TCJA would have. 

Top Democratic candidates such as former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris have endorsed a corporate tax increase, which would put the United States at the highest corporate income tax rate in the developed world, and would directly cause utility bills to go up in all 50 states.

Mr. Biden and Sen. Amy Klobuchar both support an increase in the capital gains tax, which would ultimately limit Americans’ ability to build a nest egg in addition to hurting the value of their houses, farms and businesses.

Most Democrats running for president also support Medicare for All, which its architect, Sen. Bernie Sanders, admits that the middle class is “going to pay more in taxes,” in order to pay for its $36 trillion price tag.

Just last month, Sen. Elizabeth Warren proposed a national gun tax, which would place a 30 percent federal excise tax on rifles and handguns, in addition to a 50 percent federal excise tax on ammunition. She has also proposed a wealth tax which has been described by The Washington Post editorial board as having a “certain authoritarian odor.”

Meanwhile, Sen. Cory Booker, Mayor Pete Buttigieg and former Congressman John Delaney have all proposed a carbon tax, which would require a large bureaucracy to implement. 

The carbon tax has been proven to be a major burden in other countries, such as Canada, where in one school district, the tax forced 400 kids off the school bus program in order to pay for the massive $3.3 million price tag of the school district’s carbon tax costs.

While Democrats claim the TCJA didn’t help middle-income Americans, even the mainstream media has called them out on that lie.

The New York Times flatly stated in an article that “Most people got a tax cut.”

Proposing more and more taxes may prove to be effective in a Democratic primary where voters are hungry for more government control, but will ultimately fail when put before the rest of America.

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Norquist: Elizabeth Warren’s “Wealth Tax” is a Tax on Lifetime Savings

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Posted by Adam Sabes on Thursday, September 12th, 2019, 2:15 PM PERMALINK

Wednesday on CNBC’s Squawk Box, ATR president Grover Norquist discussed Elizabeth Warren’s “Wealth Tax” with host Joe Kernen.

Norquist said, “Look, this is a tax on savings. They call it a wealth tax, it’s a tax on savings.”

He also pointed out how tax hikers always say their new tax will only hit “the rich” but eventually grow to hit everyone:

“Of course, they advertise it as only hitting billionaires to start with, that's the way the income tax was sold [in 1913]. The top rate of the income tax of 7% hit you if you made $11 million in today's dollars -- it was only going to hit rich people now it hits everybody,” Norquist said. “The trickle-down effect of taxes, they always start by saying we're only going to hit the rich people. The Spanish American War tax on phones, which only rich people had [in 1898] because they cost $4,000 in today's dollars. By the time it was done, every American was paying that tax.”

Norquist added:

“If you're a millennial, you will be paying it and your children will be paying it. They'll advertise it as only hitting rich people to start with, but it's a tax on savings.”


Statement from Grover Norquist on the Ongoing Campaign to End the Inflation Tax on Capital Gains

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Posted by Americans for Tax Reform on Thursday, September 12th, 2019, 11:34 AM PERMALINK


“Ending the inflation tax on capital gains has broad and deep support. White House economists, congressional Republicans, free market groups and the business community – U.S. Chamber, NFIB, and groups from all 50 states – will continue to push this initiative forward and get it enacted before the 2020 election.

It is wrong for the government to tax inflation. Ending the inflation tax will help create jobs and raise wages. ATR will continue to highlight the tens of millions of Americans who will benefit directly from ending the inflation tax, many of whom live in Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.

Good policy is good politics.”

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List: Support for Ending the Inflation Tax on Capital Gains

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Posted by Americans for Tax Reform on Wednesday, September 11th, 2019, 12:30 PM PERMALINK

Grover Norquist and Americans for Tax Reform

Club for Growth

National Federation of Independent Business

United States Chamber of Commerce

FreedomWorks

National Taxpayers Union

Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council

Republican Study Committee

American Conservative Union

American Farm Bureau Federation
60 Plus Association  

Asian American Hotel Owners Association

Tax Foundation

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) 

Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.)

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.)

Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas)

Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.)

Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.)

Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.)
Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.)
Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.)
Sen. John Boozman (R-Ark)

Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.)
Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.)

Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.)

Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.)

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.)

Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.)

Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.)

Sen. James E. Risch (R-Idaho)

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) 

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.)

Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.)

Sen. Roger F. Wicker (R-Miss.)

Mark Meadows, Chairman of House Freedom Caucus

Newt Gingrich -- Fmr. Speaker of the House, Fmr. House Minority Whip
ALEC Action

American-Chinese Fellowship of Houston

American Commitment

American Consumer Institute

American Civil Rights Union
American Encore
America Fighting Back PAC
America’s Liberty PAC
Association of Mature American Citizens 
Beaman Automotive Group
Rachel Bovard – Fmr. Policy Director, Senate Steering Committee 
Campaign for Liberty 
James Carter – Fmr. Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary 
Center for Energy and Environment
Center for a Free Economy 
Center for Freedom and Prosperity
Center for Individual Freedom 
Center for Military Readiness
Center for Worker Freedom 
Citizens Against Government Waste 
Citizen Outreach (Nevada) 
Civitas Institute (North Carolina)
Coalition of Franchisee Associations
Coalitions for America
Myron Ebell, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Conservative Action Project
Coalition for a Fair Judiciary
Conservatives of Faith
The Conservative Caucus
ConservativeHQ.com
Conservative Victory Fund
Constitutional Congress, Inc.
Consumer Action for a Strong Economy 
Charles J. Cooper, Assistant Attorney General under Ronald Reagan
Ed Corrigan – Fmr. Executive Director, Senate Steering Committee
T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr. -- Fmr. Chief Domestic Advisor
Fmr. Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.)
Digital Liberty  
Family Business Coalition 
Family Research Council
First Liberty Institute

Florida Center-Right Coalition

Freedom Foundation of Minnesota

Frontiers of Freedom

Rebecca Hagelin -- Columnist, The Washington Times

The Heartland Institute

Florida state Representative Mike Hill (R)

Hispanic American Center for Economic Research

Hispanic Leadership Fund

Donald Hodel -- Fmr. Secretary of Energy and Secretary of Interior

Independent Women’s Voice

Institute for Liberty

Institute for Policy Innovation

The James Madison Institute (Florida)

Congressman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio)

Congressman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.)

D. James Kennedy Ministries

Larry Kudlow -- Director of the National Economic Council

Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund
Morton Blackwell
Less Government 
Let Freedom Ring, Inc

March for Life Action

Market Institute

The Martin Foundation
The Martin Organization, Inc.
Massachusetts Center-right Coalition

Edwin Meese III -- Fmr. Attorney General under Reagan

Minnesota Center-Right Coalition

Mississippi Center for Public Policy

Missouri Center-Right Coalition

Montana Center-Right Coalition

Deroy Murdock -- NRO Contributing Editor

National Federation of Republican Assemblies (NFRA)

New Hampshire Center-right Meeting

Becky Norton Dunlop -- Fmr. White House Advisor

NYS Conservative Party
Ohioans for Tax Reform 
Jack Park -- Conservative Activist and Donor
Pegasus Institute (Kentucky)
Vice President Mike Pence

Phyllis Schlafly Eagles

Property Rights Alliance

Charlie Gerow, President of Quantum Communications (Pennsylvania)

Reaching America

The Reagan Legacy Forum

Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity

Richard Rahn -- Chairman, Institute for Global Economic Growth

Rio Grande Foundation (New Mexico)

Taxpayers Protection Alliance

Tea Party Express

Tea Party Patriots Action

There’s Hope America Inc.

Tradition, Family, Property, Inc.

Mary Vought -- Executive Director, Senate Conservatives Fund
We the People Convention
Women for Trump
Ron Robinson, President of Young America’s Foundation

 

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