Club for Growth super-PAC endorses Cramer

Kevin Cramer

FARGO – Republican challenger Kevin Cramer has picked up another notable endorsement in his bid for North Dakota’s U.S. House seat.

Club for Growth – a tea-party, conservative super-PAC – announced today it’s backing Cramer in the June primary contest against Brian Kalk, the North Dakota Republican Party‘s endorsed candidate.

Just yesterday, the FreedomWorks super-PAC also endorsed Cramer.

Club for Growth is among the most powerful conservative super-PACs, with more than $5.9 million raised so far this cycle. The group has also spent nearly $3.9 million, in large part supporting tea-party candidates hoping to knock off sitting incumbents or establishment candidates.

In endorsing Cramer, Club for Growth President Chris Chocola said in a statement today: “We are confident that he will stand on principle for pro-growth policies and against the liberals in both parties. The Club for Growth PAC endorses Kevin Cramer, and we look forward to helping send him to Congress from North Dakota.”

The June 12th primary between Kalk and Cramer will determine the official Republican candidate who will take on Democrat Pam Gulleson in November.

Read Friday’s edition of The Forum for exclusive poll results of North Dakota’s House contest. (The story/data will also go live at midnight on

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