Our Track Record
In the 2002 election, 9 out of the 14 candidates CWPAC supported for Congress were victorious! This was a tremendous accomplishment for us as a new PAC. In contrast, NARAL won only 1 out of its 11 races, while Emily’s List won only 4 out of their 21 races.
In 2004, CWPAC won an amazing 4 out of 5 Senate races and 8 out of 17 House races.
On the other side, National Abortion Right League (NARAL) won only 1 out of 6 Senate seats and 7 out of 19 House seats. Pro-abortion, feminist Emily’s List won 1 out of 5 Senate races and won only 5 out of 14 candidates for House seats.
In 2006, 7 out of 11 CWPAC endorsed conservative candidates won their House races in a tough election year.
In the even tougher 2008 election race, all together our endorsed candidates made up 30 races, 12 of which won their respective races.
In the landmark election of 2010, CWPAC endorsed a record 77 candidates. Of those, 55 of our endorsed candidates won in the House, and 7 won in the Senate.
In 2012, all together our endorsed candidates made up 53 races, 26 of which were won with our endorsed conservative House and Senate candidates.
In our most recent 2016 elections, thanks to big wins with CWPAC-endorsed candidates in Florida, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Missouri, Republicans retained the United States Senate, and CWPAC-endorsed candidate Marco Rubio will continue his leadership as U.S. Senator from Florida.
Unfortunately, we lost 2 Senate races: Mark Kirk, who wasn’t much of a Republican during his career, and Senator Kelly Ayotte, who wasn’t able to overcome massive liberal groups pouring money into her opponent’s race.
Other CWPAC-endorsed House candidates, like Utah’s Mia Love, Indiana’s Jim Banks, Nebraska’s Don Bacon, Claudia Tenney from New York, and others, with CWPAC’s help were able to help fight back a Nancy Pelosi charge to take over the House of Representatives.