The Republican Main Street Partnership PAC is a multi-candidate federal political action committee. We offer our individual and corporate/association members the opportunity to support the governing wing of the Republican Party.
Our endorsement list is made up of the sitting members and prospective candidates on whose success the Republican majority rests. These are the most challenging battlegrounds in the 2016 election.
Any candidate can win in a “safe” Republican district, but Main Street’s members can win in swing districts — that’s why we’re the Republican majority-makers.
The Republican Main Street Partnership now includes 72 members of Congress — an all-time record. Our membership makes up nearly 30 percent of the House Republican Conference.
The governing Republicans of Main Street have worked together to revive Congress as an effective institution after years of deadlock and extremism.
But the 2016 elections will be difficult. Republicans will face a presidential-year electorate that’s more favorable to Democrats. This year’s bruising presidential nomination struggle may have a negative impact on races further down the ticket.
Main Street Republicans will face some of the toughest (and most expensive) battlegrounds in the entire 2016 elections. And of course the Democrats will be particularly anxious to take out our freshmen members — the future stars of the Republican Party — before they can acquire more national visibility and support.
Democrats have a real chance of retaking control of the Senate and even the House. The Republican Party must retain the majority — and Main Street’s members must continue to play a central role in Congress.
The RMSP PAC exists to support governing Republicans who face the most challenging races. Can you help us to help them? We have an unparalleled record of success in defending our members and electing new members, but we can’t do it without your help. Your contribution will allow good governance and pragmatic conservatism to continue to thrive in Congress. Our nation’s future depends on the outcome of these critical contests.