2020 Candidates

Senator Tom Cotton, AR

Tom Cotton currently represents Arkansas in the United States Senate. He is a 6th generation Arkansan who was born and raised on his family’s cattle farm in Yell County. He graduated from Dardanelle High School before going to Harvard and Harvard Law School. The tragic attacks of September 11, 2001, occurred during Tom’s final year of law school, and he began to reconsider his future plans. After a clerkship with the U.S. Court of Appeals and a short time in private law practice, Tom joined the United States Army as an Infantry Officer where he spent nearly 5 years on active duty.

For more information on Tom Cotton and his race, please visit his website: https://www.tomcotton.com/

Senator Joni Ernst, IA

Joni Ernst is a mother, a soldier, and a leader. From day one, she has taken on Washington and delivered on her pledge to “make ‘em squeal”. As the first woman elected to federal office in Iowa, the first combat veteran, and now one of the first Republican women to serve on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Joni is an independent voice for Iowa, who works across the aisle to challenge and change the out-of-touch ways of Washington.

For more information on Join Ernst and her race, please visit his website: https://joniernst.com/

Senator Martha McSally, AZ

Martha was elected in 2014, after retiring in 2010 as a full Colonel in the United States Air Force. During her 26-year military career, she deployed six times to the Middle East and Afghanistan, flying 325 combat hours and earning a Bronze Star and six air medals.

For more information on Martha McSally and her race, please visit his website: https://mcsallyforsenate.com/

Senator Dan Sullivan, AK

Dan Sullivan was elected in 2014 and sworn in as Alaska’s eighth United States Senator. Sullivan has a distinguished record of military and national security service. He is currently an infantry officer and Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Over the past 25 years, Sullivan has served in a variety of command and staff billets on active duty and in the reserves and is the only member of the U.S. Senate still serving in the military. Senator Sullivan holds a B.A. in Economics from Harvard University and a joint Law and Masters of Science degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.

For more information on Dan Sullivan and his race, please visit his website: https://dansullivanforalaska.com/

John James, MI-Senate

John James is a husband, father, combat veteran and businessman. He is a pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, pro-business conservative who has demonstrated energetic leadership, clarity of vision and a passion for service from the battlefield to the boardroom. John’s lived the American Dream and wants to protect that Dream for future generations.

For more information on John James and his race, please visit his website: https://johnjamesforsenate.com/

Dr. Daniel Gade, VA-Senate

Dr. Daniel Gade is a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, professor, and public policy leader running to serve the Commonwealth of Virginia in the U.S. Senate. During more than 20 years of military service, he was awarded the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, and two Purple Hearts. Daniel graduated from West Point in 1997 and served in multiple locations in the United States and Korea. In 2004, his unit deployed to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom. He led his unit of 150 soldiers on many combat missions, was wounded by enemy fire twice, and was decorated for valor. His second combat wounding caused his entire right leg to be amputated, and he spent the next year in the hospital, enduring more than 40 surgeries.

For more information on Daniel and his race, please visit his website: https://gadeforvirginia.com/

Wesley Hunt, TX-7

Hunt graduated from West Point and spent eight years in the Army as an Aviation Branch Officer and AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopter pilot. Wesley’s service included one combat deployment to Iraq and two deployments to Saudi Arabia where he served as a Diplomatic Liaison Officer. While in Saudi Arabia, Wesley served as a liaison officer representing the U.S. Government in missions involving the Royal Saudi Land Forces Aviation Corps.

For more information on Wesley Hunt and his race, please visit his website: https://wesleyfortexas.com/

Young Kim, CA-39

As an immigrant to the United States Young Kim has a unique perspective on the American Dream, one that has led her to devote almost her entire adult life to community service. Kim’s career began as a small business owner and financial analyst. However, representing our area was always a calling that she would one day pursue. Her public service began more than 25 years ago, when Kim began to work for U.S. Representative Ed Royce, eventually becoming his Director of Community Operations. Continuing to expand her public service, Kim was elected to the 65th District of the California State Assembly in 2014.

For more information on Young Kim and her race, please visit his website: https://www.youngkimforcongress.com/

August Pfluger, TX-11

Lieutenant Colonel August Pfluger has dedicated his life to defending the United States from those who would do us harm – from his days as an elite F-22 Raptor fighter pilot flying combat missions against ISIS, to his service on the National Security Council as an advisor to President Donald Trump. Upon graduating with honors from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Pfluger went on to serve his country in uniform for nearly two decades – commanding hundreds of combat airmen and serving in the Pentagon and NATO Command. Today, Lieutenant Colonel Pfluger is a decorated combat veteran with over 300 hours of direct action against radical jihadists in the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

For more information on August Pfluger and his race, please visit his website: https://www.augustpfluger.com/

Maria Elvira Salazar, FL-27

Maria Elvira Salazar is a political outsider who is ready to roll-up her sleeves and fight on behalf of South Florida families in Congress. A renowned and respected political affairs journalist of over 35 years, Maria Elvira brings a unique understanding and fresh perspective to key issues, government policies, and how they impact our community. She is driven by her passion to serve others and is ready to lead on healthcare, mass transit solutions, job creation, education and forging a better and brighter future for our state and our country.

For more information on Maria Salazar and her race, please visit her website: https://mariaelvira.com

Richard McCormick, GA-13

With over 20 years in the U.S. Marine Corps and Navy, Rich served in combat zones in Africa, the Persian Gulf, and Afghanistan. As a Marine, he flew helicopters and taught at Georgia Tech and Morehouse College as the Marine Officer Instructor. In the Navy, Rich earned the rank of Commander and served as the Department Head for the Emergency Medicine Department in Afghanistan.

For more information on Richard McCormick and his race, please visit his website: https://https://www.richmccormick.us

Mike Garcia, CA-25

First-generation American citizen, Mike Garcia is a highly decorated United States Naval Officer whose record-setting flying performance earned him the honor of becoming one of the first Super Hornet strike fighter pilots in the Navy. He flew over 30 combat missions during Operation Iraqi Freedom in the skies above Baghdad, Fallujah and Tikrit.

For more information on Mike Garcia and his race, please visit his website: https://www.electmikegarcia.com

Darrell Issa, CA-50

Darrell Issa is the former Chairman of the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee. Congressman Issa served as the top government watchdog in Congress. Prior to his election to Congress, Issa was a technology industry leader and CEO. He enlisted in the Army during his senior year in high school and attended college on an ROTC scholarship. In the Army, Issa served as a bomb disposal technician, tank platoon commander, and a computer R&D specialist. He attained the rank of Captain.

For more information on Darrell Issa and his race, please visit his website: https://www.darrellissa.com

Ronny Jackson, TX-13

Dr. Ronny Jackson is a physician and a retired Navy rear admiral. He was appointed Physician to the President in 2006, serving George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump. President Trump nominated Jackson to be Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

For more information on Ronny Jackson and his race, please visit his website: https://ronnyjacksonfortexas13.com


Scott Taylor, VA-2

Scott Taylor is a former Navy SEAL who served as the United States Representative for Virginia’s 2nd congressional district. He was previously a member of the Virginia House of Delegates for the 85th district. He served in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a Navy SEAL Scout Sniper and was injured in combat.

For more information on Scott Taylor and his race, please visit his website: https://www.scotttaylor2020.com


Brian Babin, TX-36

Dr. Babin served as an airborne artilleryman in the Texas Army National Guard and the U.S. Army Reserve and held various jobs to put himself through school, including merchant seaman, janitor, musician, disc jockey and U.S. Post Office letter carrier. Following his graduation from dental school, Dr. Babin was commissioned as a Captain in the United States Air Force and stationed overseas at Ramstein, Germany.

For more information on Brian Babin and his race, please visit his website: http://www.babinforcongress.com/

Don Bacon, NE-2

Don served in the Air Force for nearly 30 years, eventually retiring as a Brigadier General.  He served in intelligence, electronic warfare, reconnaissance and public affairs. He deployed four times during his career to the Middle East to include commanding an electronic warfare squadron during the invasion of Iraq and a year-long tour to Baghdad during the surge in 2007-2008. He won multiple awards during his time in the Air Force including the Distinguished Service Medal, two Legion of Merits, and two Bronze Stars. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Bellevue University.

For more information on Don Bacon and his race, please visit his website: https://donjbacon.com/

Warren Davidson, OH-8 

Warren Davidson enlisted in the Army, later earning an appointment to West Point. Warren distinguished himself by finishing in the top ten percent of his class. On active duty, Warren’s reputation as an Army officer was stellar, earning him positions in distinguished units: The Old Guard, The 75th Ranger Regiment, and the 101st Airborne Division. As an Army Ranger, Warren is proud to have served with our nation’s most elite soldiers. In 2000, Warren returned to his Ohio roots to help his father transform the family manufacturing business. As part of that reshaping, Warren started another business and earned an MBA from the University of Notre Dame, graduating with honors. Warren champions conservative Republican values with integrity, a thoughtful, well-developed intellect, and a sincere Christian faith.

For more information on Warren Davidson and his race, please visit his website: https://www.davidsonforcongress.com

Dr. Neal Dunn, FL-2

Neal attended Washington & Lee University where he was honored as a Distinguished Military Graduate. He then attended George Washington University Medical School and completed his residency training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Following over ten years of service in the United States Army, Dr. Neal Dunn started his own Urology practice in Panama City.

For more information on Dr. Neal Dunn and his race, please visit his website: https://www.nealdunn.com/

Mike Gallagher, WI-8

A Marine Corps veteran, Mike Gallagher served seven years on active duty as a Human Intelligence/Counterintelligence Officer and Regional Affairs Officer for the Middle East and North Africa. Earning the rank of Captain, he deployed twice to Iraq as a commander of intelligence teams. He also served as the lead Republican staffer for the Middle East, North Africa, and Counterterrorism on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He currently works in the private sector as the Senior Global Market Strategist at an energy and supply chain management company.

For more information on Mike Gallagher and his race, please visit his website: http://www.mikeforwisconsin.com


Clay Higgins, LA-3

Clay Higgins is an Army veteran and served six years with the Military Police Corps. After his military service, Higgins served as the police captain and public information officer for the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office in Louisiana. Captain Higgins has become one of the nation’s most influential cops. He is best know for recording a series of vides encouraging criminals to turn themselves in. His hard-hitting tough-on-crime videos earned him the nickname “The Cajun John Wayne.” He speaks regularly to law enforcement agencies across America on. He is currently running in a runoff election to be held on December 10, 2016 for Louisiana’s open 3rd Congressional District seat.

For more information on Clay Higgins and his race, please visit his website: captainhiggins.com


Barry Loudermilk, GA-11  

Barry Loudermilk served in the United States Air Force from 1984 until 1992 during the 1986 Philippine Crisis, the 1986 Air Raid on Libya, Operation Just Cause in Panama, Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. He received numerous awards and decorations for his exemplary service, including two Force Commendation Medals, one Air Force Achievement Medal, and the United States National Defense Service Medal.

Barry was first elected in 2004, as a state representative to Georgia’s 14th State House District and in 2010 was elected to serve in the Georgia State Senate.

He continues to serve his country and state as an active officer in the Civil Air Patrol, where he has attained the rank of Lt. Colonel, and is a volunteer search and rescue pilot with the Rome squadron.

To support Barry Loudermilk, visit loudermilkforcongress.com.

Brian Mast, FL-18

Brian Mast served in the United States Army for 12 years, where he served under Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) as a bomb disposal expert. During his service, he received the Bronze Star Medal, The Army Commendation Medal for Valor, The Purple Heart Medal, and The Defense Meritorious Service Medal. Following retirement from the Army, Mast continued his work in counter terrorism and national defense as an Explosive Specialist for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

For more information on Brian Mast and his race, please visit his website: http://www.mastforcongress.com

Brad Wenstrup, OH-2
In 1998, seeing signs of freedom being threatened, Wenstrup accepted an officer’s commission with the U.S. Army Reserve, serving in the Medical Service Corps. In 2005, he deployed for a year of active duty in Iraq where he served as a Combat Surgeon and the Chief of Surgery with the 344th Combat Support Hospital. For his service and actions in Iraq, Wenstrup was awarded the Bronze Star and Combat Action Badge. Wenstrup continues his service in the U.S. Army Reserve as a Colonel and serves at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

For more information on Brad Wenstrup and her race, please visit his website: https://usabrad.com/


Lee Zeldin, NY-1 

Lee Zeldin spent four years on active duty with the U.S. Army serving as a military intelligence officer, federal prosecutor, and military magistrate. In 2006, Lee deployed to Iraq with the elite 82nd Airborne Division. Lee currently serves in the Army Reserves, where the rank of Major. In 2014, Lee was elected to the United States Congress, ousting a twelve-year incumbent in one of the nation’s most competitive House races. The only Jewish Republican in Congress, Lee co-chairs the House Republican Israel Caucus, and serves on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Veterans Affairs Committee, and Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Additionally, he sits on seven subcommittees also serving as Vice Chairman of the Subcommittee on Aviation.

For more information on Lee Zeldin and his race, please visit his website: http://www.zeldinforcongress.com/

Greg Steube, FL-17

Upon completing law school, Greg decided to enlist in the U.S. Army after the September 11th attacks. In the Army, Greg spent one year as a commissioned Airborne Infantry Officer, and three years in the U.S. Army JAG Corps, serving as a Captain with the 25th Infantry Division in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Greg’s service continued with his election to the State House in 2010, and the State Senate in 2016.

For more information on Greg Steube and his race, please visit his website: https://www.electgregsteube.com/


Jim Baird, IN-4

Jim is a lifelong resident of the Fourth U.S. Congressional District, a Vietnam Veteran, a farmer, and small business owner for more than three decades. Mr. Baird, US Army (ret.) is the recipient of the Bronze Star with V device, Purple Heart with an Oak Leaf Cluster.

For more information on Jim Baird and his race, please visit his website: http://www.electjimbaird.com/


Greg Pence, IN-6

Greg joined the Marine Corps at a young age in 1979 in his hometown of Columbus, Indiana. Today, Greg feels that same calling to serve his country and the people in the Sixth District. Having served as an officer in the Marines, Greg understands the Sixth District needs a leader who will serve its constituents rather than serve special interests.

For more information on Greg Pence and his race, please visit his website: https://gregpenceforcongress.com/

Mark Green, TN-7

First elected to the Tennessee State Senate in 2012, Dr. Mark Green is a physician, businessman, veteran, and family man running for Congress in Tennessee’s Seventh Congressional District. Last year, Mark was nominated by President Donald Trump to serve as the U.S. Secretary of the Army, before withdrawing due to obstruction from Senate Democrats and attacks on his Christian faith.

For more information on Mark Green and his race, please visit his website: https://www.markgreen4tn.com/

Dan Crenshaw, TX-2

Dan graduated from Tufts University in 2006, where he earned his Naval officer commission through Navy ROTC. He immediately reported to SEAL training in Coronado, CA. After graduating SEAL training, Dan deployed to Fallujah, Iraq to join SEAL Team Three, his first of five deployments overseas.

For more information on Dan Crenshaw and his race, please visit his website: https://crenshawforcongress.com/

Guy Reschenthaler, PA-14

Guy was raised in southwestern Pennsylvania, graduated from Penn State, The Behrend College, and completed law school at Duquesne University. After law school, Guy joined the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General Corps and volunteered for duty in Iraq. In Baghdad, Guy prosecuted nearly 100 terrorists, including some of Iraq’s most dangerous. He also successfully defended a Navy SEAL falsely accused of mishandling the Butcher of Fallujah.

For more information on Guy Reschenthaler and his race, please visit his website: https://www.guyforpa.com/

Michael Waltz, FL-6

Florida native, a combat-decorated Green Beret, a former Fox News Contributor, and a small business owner. Waltz served his country his entire life, attending the Virginia Military Institute and serving for 21 years in the U.S. Army to the rank of Lt. Colonel.

For more information on Michael Waltz and his race, please visit his website:


Scott Perry, PA-10
Perry began his 38-year military service when he enlisted in 1980. He’s commanded at the company, battalion and brigade levels; notably, then-Lieutenant Colonel Perry commanded the 2-104th General Support Aviation Battalion, which deployed to Iraq from 2009-2010, during which he also flew 44 combat missions. In 2011, he was promoted to the rank of Colonel, became Commander of the Fort Indiantown Gap National Training Site, and was selected to attend the coveted United States Army War College, from which he earned a Master’s Degree in Strategic Studies. Perry was privileged to be selected for promotion to the rank of Brigadier General in 2014, and served as the Assistant Division Commander of the 28th Infantry Division, the Army’s oldest, actively serving Division. He presently serves in the position of Assistant Adjutant General, Joint Forces Headquarters, Pennsylvania National Guard.

For more information on Scott Perry and his race, please visit his website: https://patriotsforperry.com/

Rep. Mike Bost, IL-12

Mike Bost served in the United States Marine Corps for 12 years as an electronic specialist and radar repairman. Following his time in the Marine Corps, Mike Bost served as a firefighter for the Murphysboro Fire Department before eventually taking office as a member of the Illinois House of Representatives. He currently serves in U.S. Congress representing Illinois’s 12th congressional district.

For more information on Mike Bost and his race, please visit his website: http://bostforcongress.com/


Barry Moore, AL-2
Rated the most conservative lawmaker in Alabama, Barry was the first elected official to publicly endorse Trump. A military veteran and small business owner, we can believe in Barry because he’s one of us.

In his two terms in the Alabama House of Representatives, Barry Moore earned the reputation as one of Alabama’s most conservative legislators. Barry fought for lower taxes and less government regulation.

For more information on Barry and his race, please visit his website: https://barrymooreforcongress.com/

Kat Cammack, FL-3
Kat Cammack is a small business owner who grew up on a cattle ranch, a third generation sandblaster, an alumnus of the United States Naval War College, and the longtime former Deputy Chief of Staff and Campaign Manager to Congressman Ted Yoho.

As a staunch defender of our second amendment rights, she sits on the board of the Friends of the Alachua County NRA, and as an advocate for our communities, she also is President of the Newberry Jonesville Chamber of Commerce. As a fierce advocate for President Donald Trump, she joined the 2016 Woman for Trump Bus Tour.

For more information on Kat and her race, please visit his website: https://www.katforcongress.com/

Anna Paulina Luna, FL-13
Anna Paulina Luna is a strong independent leader, earning her stripes by serving her country, not by serving herself. Raised by a single mother in Southern California’s low-income neighborhoods, Anna learned that she must work hard and be independent to succeed. Anna joined the Air Force at age 19, earning the Air Force Achievement Medal. She spent a total of six years in the military, including five on active duty. She is a small business owner with a degree in Biology.

For more information on Anna Paulina and her race, please visit his website: https://www.voteannapaulina.com/

Scott Franklin, FL-15
Scott was a Naval Aviator in the U.S. Navy. During his 26-year career – 14 years on active duty and 12 years in the reserves – Scott flew jets from the decks of 13 aircraft carriers. He was deployed to the Mediterranean, the Persian Gulf and the North Atlantic. He participated in combat operations in the Gulf, Bosnia and Kosovo. After 9/11, Scott was recalled to active duty with the U.S. Central Command.

For more information on Scott and his race, please visit his website: https://www.votescottfranklin.com/


Byron Donalds, FL-19
Byron attended Florida State University and graduated in 2002 with bachelor of arts degrees in finance and marketing. Byron’s career path has included working in the finance, insurance, and banking industries in Southwest Florida. Elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2016, Byron currently sits on five committees and honorably serves as the chairman of the Insurance and Banking Subcommittee.

For more information on Bryon and his race, please visit his website: https://www.byrondonalds.com/

Jeanne Ives, IL-6
Representative Ives graduated in the West Point Class of 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. She went on to serve in the US Army. Her assignments included platoon leader and headquarters detachment commander for transportation units in Germany and ROTC instructor at Wheaton College.

For more information on Jeanne and her race, please visit his website: https://www.jeanneforcongress.com/


Esther Joy King, IL-17
After earning a marketing degree in college, Esther spent time in Kabul, Afghanistan serving as an aid worker. Because of her experiences there, she became passionate about democracy and human rights. Because of her desire to serve our great nation, Esther joined the U.S. Army Reserve as a member of the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps. She was recently promoted to Captain and assigned to the Rock Island Arsenal.

For more information on Esther Joy and her race, please visit his website: https://www.estherforcongress.com/

Tyler Kistner, MN-2
Tyler Kistner was born and raised in Minnesota. He recently got off active duty after nine years of service in the U.S. Marine Corps. Tyler served in the elite Marine Special Operations Forces, the Marine Raiders.

For more information on Tyler and his race, please visit his website: https://www.tylerkistnerforcongress.com/



Kendall Qualls, MN-3
Kendall served as a Second Lieutenant in the Army at 19-years old as an officer in the Field Artillery. While on active duty, he held a Top-Secret security clearance with Special Background Investigation because where he was responsible for tactical nuclear weapons.

For more information on Kendall and his race, please visit his website: https://kendallforcongress.com/



Alek Skarlatos, OR-4
Alek is a former Oregon National Guardsman. He attended both Air Assault School and Sniper School, achieving the rank of Specialist. He completed a nine-month deployment in Afghanistan with the US Army National Guard’s 186th Infantry Regiment, 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team in 2015. Alek, along with four others stopped an armed terrorist on a Paris-bound train travelling from Amsterdam to Paris in August 2015.

For more information on Alek and his race, please visit his website: https://www.alekfororegon.com/

Sean Parnell, PA-17
Army Ranger, combat infantryman with the elite 10th Mountain Division, and veteran of 485 days of fierce fighting along the Afghan-Pakistan border, Captain Sean Parnell’s unique leadership skills, welded his platoon into one of the most fierce and effective American fighting units in modern military history.

For more information on Sean and his race, please visit his website: https://seanforcongress.co/



Nancy Mace, SC-1
Nancy Mace graduated magna cum laude from The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, where she was the school’s first female to graduate from its Corps of Cadets in 1999. She later earned a masters degree in Mass Communication from The University of Georgia in 2004.

For more information on Nancy and her race, please visit his website: https://nancymace.org/



Troy Nehls, TX-22
Sheriff Troy Nehls has dedicated his life to service. At the age of 19, he enlisted in the U.S. Army. He was deployed on combat tours to Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan, among other places. After 21 years of service, he retired with the rank of Major and as the recipient of two Bronze Star medals. Back home, Troy continued his service through law enforcement, a multi-generational tradition for his family.

For more information on Troy and his race, please visit his website: https://www.nehlsforcongress.com/


Tony Gonzales, TX-23
As a career Cryptologist, Tony has deployed multiple times in support of combat operations including Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq, Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, and in support of regional security operations throughout Asia. He previously served on Capitol Hill as a Department of Defense Legislative Fellow in U.S. Senator Marco Rubio’s office where he contributed to the defense, foreign policy, and intelligence portfolios.

For more information on Tony and his race, please visit his website: https://tonygonzalesforcongress.com/

Burgess Owens, UT-4
Burgess Owens is a former University of Miami and NFL star who travels the country delivering a message of optimism, hope, and unity. Following college, Burgess was the 13th player drafted in the 1st round by the NY Jets. Since retiring from the NFL, Burgess has devoted his time to mentoring and improving the lives of our next generation of leaders.

For more information on Burgess and his race, please visit his website: https://www.burgess4utah.com/


Nick Freitas, VA-7
Immediately following high school Nick joined the Army and served with the 82nd Airborne Division and 25th Light Infantry Division as an Infantryman. After September 11th Nick volunteered for US Army Special Forces (Green Berets) and eventually served 2 tours in Iraq as a Special Forces Weapons SGT and Special Forces Intelligence SGT.

For more information on Nick and his race, please visit his website: https://www.nickforva.com/


Aliscia Andrews, VA-10
In 2010, Aliscia deployed with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit for the maiden voyage of the USS Mesa Verde. Her unit was rerouted to Haiti after the devastating earthquakes to provide Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief to the Haitian people. After leaving Haiti, Aliscia’s unit continued their deployment through Europe, the Horn of Africa, and the Middle East.After the Marine Corps, Aliscia continued honing her analytical tradecraft in both the public and private sector, while completing her MBA (2015) and Certificate in Cybersecurity Strategy Management (2016).

For more information on Aliscia and her race, please visit his website: https://andrewsforvirginia.com/

Derrick Van Orden, WI-3
Derrick Van Orden is an American patriot, retired Navy SEAL, husband, father, grandfather, and Christian. Derrick’s journey of public service started when he joined the Navy at the age of 18. He had the honor to serve our great nation for 26 years. He retired as a Navy SEAL Senior Chief with 5 combat deployments and several others to troubled areas in the world.

For more information on Derrick and his race, please visit his website: https://vanordenforcongress.com/


Michelle Steel, CA-48
Michelle serves as the Chairwoman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors, where I have fought against higher taxes, helped guide our county through COVID-19, and provided support for vulnerable communities. During my time in public office, I have returned over $400 million to California taxpayers and have focused on fixing a broken tax system that is holding families and businesses back.

For more information on Michelle and her race, please visit his website: https://www.michellesteelca.com/


Mariannette Miller-Meeks, IA-2
Mariannette enlisted in the United States Army at 18, and served for 24 years as a private, nurse, and doctor (ophthalmologist or eye diseases/surgery) before going into private practice in 1997. Governor Terry Branstad appointed her as the Director of the Iowa Department of Public Health.

For more information on Mariannette and her race, please visit his website: https://millermeeks2020.com/



Pat Fallon, TX-4
Pat served as a United States Air Force Officer and was stationed at Sheppard AFB in Wichita Falls. After being honorably discharged he embarked on a 25+ year successful entrepreneurial journey and now owns several companies that employ nearly 100 Americans.

For more information on Pat and his race, please visit his website: http://www.fallonforcongress.com/



Joe Collins, CA-43
Rising to the rank of Petty Officer First Class, Joe began his career specializing as a naval jet aviation mechanic, working on and then training thousands of sailors on aircraft including the F-18 Super Hornet fighter, E-6 Mercury Airborne Command Post, and MH-60 Sea Hawk Assault Helicopter. Joe served his country with distinction during the successful campaign of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

For more information on Joe and his race, please visit his website: http://www.joecollinsforcongress.com/


Kathy Barnette, PA-4
Kathy is the first in her family to complete college. She spent ten years in the Armed Forces Reserves, and was accepted into Officer Candidate School. Following the Army, Kathy worked in the financial industry, corporate America, and as an adjunct professor of Corporate Finance. She is a regular featured guest on Fox News and the author of the book Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain: Being Black and Conservative in America.

For more information on Kathy and her race, please visit his website: https://kathybarnetteforcongress.com/

Julie Hall, MA-4
In 1978, Colonel Hall enlisted in the Air Force at the lowest rank of Airman Basic. At a time when there were very few women serving in the armed forces, she rose through the ranks to become an officer. Julie’s hard work and a can do attitude made her stand out as a top performer. During her promotion from Captain to Major, she was accelerated to her Major rank two years early – the only officer on her base to earn that distinction. Colonel Hall is a decorated officer, receiving medals such as the Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medals and the Air Force Commendation Medals, just to name a few. She was awarded the Pentagon Badge, the Headquarter Air Force Badge and twice held the position of Squadron Commander.

For more information on Julie and her race, please visit his website: https://hallforcongress.com/