2024 Candidates Old


U.S. House Incumbents

Rep. Lori Chavez-DeRemer

Rep. Chavez-DeRemer is a small business owner and former Mayor of Happy Valley. She is serving her first term in Congress after flipping this historically Democrat district red in 2022. Chavez-DeRemer sits on the House Agriculture, House Transportation and Infrastructure, and House Education and Workforce Committees.

Rep. Monica De La Cruz

Rep. De La Cruz is the granddaughter of Mexican immigrants and was a long-time insurance agent and business owner. She is the first Republican to ever represent this district and is serving her first term in Congress. De La Cruz sits on the House Agriculture and House Financial Services Committees.

Rep. Ashley Hinson

Rep. Hinson is an award-winning journalist, former TV news reporter, and former Iowa House Representative. In her second term in Congress, she is seen as a rising star in the Conference and serves on top committees, including House Appropriations and the Select Committee on the Strategic Competition between the U.S. and the CCP.

Rep. Jen Kiggans

Rep. Kiggans is a former state senator, U.S. Navy fighter pilot, and geriatric nurse practitioner. WFW AF engaged in Kiggans’ primary in 2022 to fend off Democrat attempts to bolster the Trump-favored candidate, and Kiggans went on to flip this competitive seat. She currently serves on the House Armed Services, House Natural Resources, and House Veterans’ Affairs Committees.

Rep. Young Kim

Rep. Kim is a Korean American immigrant, small business owner, and former California Assemblywoman. She was elected to a second term in 2022 in her suburban Orange County district and is an active member of the House Foreign Affairs and House Financial Services Committees.

Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks

Rep. Miller-Meeks is a former Army nurse and physician who rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. She is serving her second term in Congress where she sits on the House Energy and Commerce and House Veterans’ Affairs Committees, as well as the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis.

Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar

Rep. Salazar is the daughter of Cuban immigrants, a journalist, and former TV anchor and reporter. She was elected to a second term in 2022 and currently sits on the House Foreign Affairs and House Small Business Committees.

Rep. Michelle Steel

Rep. Steel is a Korean American immigrant, former member of the California State Board of Equalization, and former chair of the Orange County Board of Supervisors. She is serving her second term after successfully unseating a Democrat incumbent in 2020. She sits on the House Ways and Means and House Education and Workforce Committees, as well as the Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the U.S. and the CCP and the Congressional-Executive Commission on China.

U.S. House Candidates

Laurie Buckhout

Buckhout served 26 years in the Army, during which she received numerous awards and commendations, including the Bronze Star. After retiring as an Army Colonel, Buckhout founded a business that specialized in electronic warfare and cyberspace operations and grew the company’s valuation to over $43 million in less than seven years.

Nancy Dahlstrom

Dahlstrom is the sitting Lieutenant Governor of Alaska. She is a well-known and respected public figure in her state, having served in a number of elected and appointed positions over the past 20 years. Dahlstrom brings with her a wealth of experience with military issues and as a successful business leader.

Wendy Davis

Davis was the first female Allen County Circuit Court Judge, serving in the position for 12 years. Her time on the bench gave her firsthand experience fighting some of our nation's toughest issues, including the fentanyl crisis and illegal immigration. Davis is the daughter of a U.S. Army Reservist, the wife of a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Air Force – Indiana Air National Guard, and mother of a West Point graduate.

Alison Esposito

Esposito is the daughter of a former NYPD police chief who served nearly 25 years in the NYPD herself, rising to the rank of Deputy Inspector and Commanding Officer of the 70th Police Precinct. In 2022, she ran for Lieutenant Governor alongside then gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin.

Leslie Lewallen

Lewallen is a lawyer and mother of four. She previously served as King County Prosecutor and now serves as a member of the Camas City Council. She is a fifth generation Washingtonian and her family has a long history of public service in the state.

Catherine Templeton

Templeton is a distinguished attorney and former public official with a small business background. As director of South Carolina’s Department of Labor, she wrote "the toughest immigration law in the nation." She also served as President of US Brick, a $100 million infrastructure company headquartered in SC-01.