IL-11: Catalina Lauf Endorsed by Club for Growth

From the Club for Growth PAC’s press release of June 23, 2022:

Club for Growth PAC Endorses Catalina Lauf for IL-11

Joe Kildea | June 23, 2022
Washington, D.C. – Club for Growth PAC endorsed Catalina Lauf for Illinois’ 11th Congressional District.

“Over the past few years, Democrats have run Illinois into the ground and that’s why it’s so important that we elect conservatives like Catalina Lauf to help turn the state around.

“Lauf is a true free-market conservative who will fight back against Joe Biden’s stimulus spending that has led to runaway inflation and she will fight for school choice and Illinois families. She is a great Hispanic conservative and the perfect candidate to help bring jobs and economic prosperity back to Illinois.”

Club for Growth PAC President David McIntosh


Current Democrat Representative Bill Foster (CFGF Lifetime Rating 8%) is running for re-election. The Republican Primary is scheduled for June 28, 2022.

Club for Growth PAC supports conservatives in key elections across the country.

In 2020, Club for Growth PAC won more than 80% of its races.


McHenry County Blog will continue to monitor the development of Club for Growth backing Lauf, and if it will be backed up by independent expenditure(s) of the Club for Growth Action super PAC.

Currently, Club for Growth’s immediate challenge is to ensure Congresswoman Mary Miller’s (R, Oakland) primary win on Tuesday in IL-15 over Congressman Rodney Davis (R, Taylorsville)

Developing story…


IL-11: Catalina Lauf Endorsed by Club for Growth — 7 Comments

  1. “She is a great Hispanic conservative and the perfect candidate to help bring job“

    Kind of a weird statement as one has nothing to do with the other, and They don’t give an example of how.

    This is a Mickey Mouse Club endorsement.

    Such ageism in this campaign too.

  2. At least Uihlein and the vehicles he uses like Club for Growth will be around this fall to fund Republicans.

    Griffin has left the state.

    I wonder what Durkin and all the others counting on Griffin’s money will do now.

    They’ll blame Trump, Bailey—anybody but their corrupt selves for any losses this fall.

  3. A “great Hispanic conservative”.

    Is this wrong?

    What if some candidate said she, he was a great Irish conservative, or German Conservative, or Italian Conservative, or Polish Conservative, etc?

    Not very smart or appealing to the electorate who are of many origins.

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