Congratulations to the RLC Endorsed Candidates

Election Day brought mixed results as Republican Liberty Caucus endorsed candidates, Michael Cloud, Greg Stuebe, Christopher Peters, Eric Brakey and Salvatore Caiozzo took their message of liberty and freedom to the polls for the first time. Incumbents, Walter Jones, Thomas Massie, Justin Amash and Rod Blum were seeking new terms as our champions of liberty. The results were mixed but RLC endorsed candidates still did well this elections cycle.

The Republican Liberty Caucus of Louisiana Returns to Active Status

New Orleans, LA — The Republican Liberty Caucus of Louisiana successfully held its first organizational meeting at Mr. Ed’s Oyster Bar & Fish House this past Thursday. The purpose of the meeting was to reestablish the state chapter’s active status with the national organization, elect officers to serve on its state board, introduce others to the RLC, discuss strategy, and build working relationships with others. The meeting was lead by Lee Neher and organized by Rob Maness and Kelly Camp.

Missouri Forms New RLC Charter

Melbourne, FL- On September 12th, the Republican Liberty Caucus National Board voted to approve the new RLC of Missouri state charter making them officially recognized as an affiliate of the Republican Liberty Caucus.

The official statement from the Republican Liberty Caucus board went out shortly after to welcome and congratulate the new state charter and it's board. "We're proud to announce the formation of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Missouri! The liberty movement is poised to now have a permanent presence in the Show Me State." the statement read.

Republican Liberty Caucus of Florida Rebukes Mike Hill for Smear Campaign Tactics

9/11/18 Fort Walton Beach, FL - The election cycle this year has been contentious and we all now breathe a sigh of relief that the primary season has ended. There have been some overtly negative campaigns this year, but the 2018 Republican primary in Florida House District One will go down in history as one of the ugliest. Everyone unfortunately anticipates some degree of negativity from political campaigns, but there is a line. In his campaign for state representative, Mike Hill has crossed that line.

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