ALLIANCE MOVES TO BACK CANDIDATES DEDICATED TO CHALLENGING THE ESTABLISHMENT AND ADVANCING PRESIDENT TRUMP’S ‘AMERICA FIRST’ AGENDA
Alexandria, VA – Fresh off the resounding victory of Judge Roy Moore, who the Great America Alliance supported in the Alabama Senate runoff, the leading issue advocacy organization supporting the agenda of President Donald Trump today unveiled their first three U.S. Senate endorsements for 2018. The slate includes Matt Rosendale in Montana, Patrick Morrisey in West Virginia, and Marsha Blackburn in Tennessee.
“Establishment forces on both sides of the aisle in Washington have either been unwilling or unable to effectively advance President Trump’s agenda, which is totally unacceptable,” said Eric Beach, Co-Chair of the Alliance. “The best way to advance the ‘America First’ movement is to hold elected leaders accountable – get on board and get the job done or be replaced by someone who will. Our ‘Great America’ slate, which will expand in the coming weeks, is entirely about delivering results.”
Great America Alliance, and allied group Great America PAC, led by veteran strategist Ed Rollins, worked with allies to provide critical outside support in Judge Roy Moore’s campaign in Alabama. The highlight of this effort was a Great America Alliance bus tour featuring high-profile conservatives stumping for Judge Moore, including Sarah Palin and Dr. Sebastian Gorka, helping to deliver a resounding victory for the movement.
“If you don’t do your job, you’re going to see the bus, and you’re going to get bounced,” said Ed Rollins in a recent Washington Post interview. Rollins’ Great America PAC, which raised and deployed over $30 million in support of the President’s candidacy, was the most active PAC supporting Roy Moore in Alabama.
Great America Alliance, is the premiere 501(c)4 research and issue advocacy organization dedicated to advancing President Trump’s America First Agenda for a stronger economy, a more secure nation, and a society with less government intrusion and more freedom for American citizens. The group advocated on behalf of the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, and played a pivotal role in Georgia, Montana, and Alabama this year.