Senate Conservatives Fund

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It was announced in July 2012 that the Senate Conservatives Fund will be dissolved and converted into a Super PAC. Jim DeMint will step down according to PAC rules. The Super PAC will be called Senate Conservatives Action.[1] The Senate Conservatives Fund is a political action committee dedicated to electing true conservative leaders to the U.S. Senate. They are not affiliated with the Republican party and do not support RINOs. The SCF supports only the most principled candidates nationwide, the ones that believe in conservative principles of limited government, strong national defense, and traditional family values. They have over 250,000 members and their chairman is Senator Jim DeMint. Every candidate endorsed by the Senate Conservatives Fund is also endorsed by the Tea Party Movement.

Policy Goals

  • Strengthen national security
  • Oppose appeasement
  • Eliminate wasteful spending and keep taxes low
  • Promote energy security
  • Secure our borders
  • Expand private health insurance
  • Give parents more school choices
  • Reform Social Security and Medicare
  • Confirm good judges
  • Support and defend the Constitution of the United States

2012 Candidates

2010 Candidates

External links


  1. Jim DeMint to launch super PAC, ABC News, July 2, 2012