Former GOP Senator Cory Gardner is leading a pack that will hopefully give GOP candidates a leg up on the competition.
According to Town Hall:
After Democrats swept majorities in both chambers of Congress in November and January, while also winning the White House, Republicans look to rebuild in hopes of taking back majorities in the 2022 midterm elections.
Led by former Colorado GOP Senator Cory Gardner, a group of Republican operatives launched a new political action committee (PAC) aimed at giving GOP candidates substantial resources early on in campaigns. The newly-launched National Victory Action Fund (NVAF) is laser-focused on “early money” for viable candidates, as an answer to left-wing interest groups that bankroll Democrats.
Gardner pointed to his own election last November, during which Democrats were able to “saturate the airwaves” with television ads to influence public opinion, thanks to early money from outside groups. NVAF hopes to bolster small-dollar donations through a grassroots message aimed at the Biden administration’s agenda.
“We speak honestly about what Biden, Pelosi, and Schumer will do now that they have complete control of Washington,” Gardner said of the group’s message to small-dollar donors. “The grassroots is ready to fight against higher taxes, Medicare for All, and the Green New Deal. It’s that energy that will allow us to take back the House and Senate in 2022.”
The group raised $11 million in the Georgia run-offs.