Elise Stefanik's PAC Endorses Sarah Palin for Alaska House Seat

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Elevate PAC, formed in 2018 by House Republican Conference chair Elise Stefanik to support conservative female politicians seeking higher office, has endorsed former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin in her effort to win Alaska’s sole House of Representatives seat. The PAC has also endorsed Catalina Lauf (Illinois), Jennifer-Ruth Green (Indiana), and Carolina Serrano (Nevada) in their House bids.


Stefanik’s press release accompanying the endorsements states:

“I’m thrilled to endorse four more Rising Star GOP women to Congress. We have a record-breaking nearly 300 GOP women running this cycle, and that is not an accident– these women are stepping up, and they’re fired up like never before because they know that the future of our country is on the line.

These women are all American First champions who bring something new and necessary to the table. I couldn’t be prouder that E-PAC endorsed GOP women come from all different walks of life and have built their careers shattering glass ceilings.

Make no mistake: This will be the biggest, most historic, and most diverse class of GOP women ever in our nation’s history, and E-PAC is leading that charge. I look forward to standing with these candidates every step of the way as GOP women usher in the historic 2022 Red Wave and fire Nancy Pelosi once and for all.”

While Palin’s endorsement draws the greatest amount of attention, the other three endorsed candidates are worth noting. Lauf is a first-generation American; her mother emigrated here from Guatemala in the 1980s. Her parents worked their way to success. She works in the private sector with previous experience in the Commerce Department, appointed by President Trump in 2018. Lauf will turn 29 in a couple of days, firmly placing her in the young lioness realm. She is committed to pro-American business measures, supporting law enforcement, defending personal liberties along with the Second Amendment, and getting Critical Race Theory permanently out of schools.


Green is an Air Force veteran who served in Iraq. She remains active in the Air Force Reserve. Her lengthy list of academic achievements includes a B.S. in Asian Area Studies from the United States Air Force Academy, an M.Min. from Golden State Baptist College, and a B.S. in Aeronautics from Liberty University. She is currently enrolled in the Air War College, studying strategic leadership across military operations in joint, interagency, and multinational environments. She is a graduate of the Air Command and Staff College. On the issues, Green is “inject this straight into my veins” material: pro-America first, strong military, pro-life, unwavering Second Amendment support, and other things of pure beauty.

Serrano is Colombian-American. Her resumé includes leading a Las Vegas-based Hispanic outreach on behalf of President Trump. Her main focus issues are reviving the economy, American jobs, and stemming illegal immigration.

The endorsement comes on the heels of world-class heel Steve Schmidt’s Twitter meltdowns this past weekend, all of which were directed at women. He first tore into Meghan McCain over her alleged improper behavior during her father’s 2008 Presidential campaign. Next, Schmidt lit into Palin.


Schmidt’s bile is especially rich considering he co-founded the Lincoln Ped … er, Project. Back in the realm of people that matter, Stefani’s endorsing Palin, who has already been endorsed by President Trump, speaks volumes to her perceptive vision that Palin is an asset and ally.


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