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Posted at 5 a.m. on Feb. 5, 2014
GOPAC, an organization that grooms Republican state legislators to run for Congress, will endorse four candidates in competitive House races Wednesday, according to a release provided first to CQ Roll Call.
The group’s endorsement will come with monetary support, including the maximum allowed federal contributions, GOPAC member-driven donations and independent expenditures on behalf of the candidates, according to GOPAC President David Avella.
The state legislators who earned GOPAC’s endorsement are:
“Because these leaders have participated in our programs, we know they have the knowledge, experience, and integrity to succeed in Washington, and we plan to provide them with the support necessary to get there,” Avella said in a news release.
GOPAC endorsed and spent money for state Rep. Chad Fincher in a September special election primary in Alabama’s 1st District. GOPAC aired ads to bolster Fincher’s candidacy in the race to replace Rep. Jo Bonner, though Fincher lost in the crowded primary.