The Republican Main Street Partnership PAC supports a growing alliance of more than 60 sitting members in Congress dedicated to enacting common-sense legislation on issues including healthcare, equal pay, childcare, higher education, infrastructure, and other quality of life initiatives.
Our Members run and win in the most highly contested swing districts in the country, which is key to taking back the House and the Senate. When you give to the RMSP PAC, you help secure the future of the Republican Party.
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The RMSP PAC supports Members who share a commitment to government that works to better American communities. We know how to reach across the aisle to build initiatives that not only work but endure. We have a long track record of crafting and passing effective legislation.
Oregon's 2nd District
Cliff Bentz is a third-generation Oregonian, raised on his family’s cattle ranches in Harney County. A graduate of Eastern Oregon State College with his law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, he became a partner at Yturri, O’Kief, Rose and Burnham in 1981, four years after joining the firm. He continues to practice part-time, specializing in ranch reorganizations and water law. He served five two-year terms as an Oregon State Representative, resigning in 2018 to become an Oregon State Senator. He resigned from the Oregon Senate in January 2020 to run for Rep. Greg Walden’s Oregon congressional seat. Rep. Bentz now represents one of the largest congressional districts in the country, which includes nearly two-thirds of eastern Oregon.
New York's 2nd District
Andrew Garbarino represents Long Islanders from New York’s 2nd Congressional District. A graduate of George Washington University with a law degree from Hofstra University, Rep. Garbarino worked in a law firm in his hometown of Sayville. Since 2013, he represented much of the South Shore in the New York State Assembly, focusing on increasing state funding for local school districts, protecting Long Island’s environment including the Great South Bay, opposing tax hikes, and fighting the opioid crisis. As a member of the Codes Committee in the State Assembly, he spoke out against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s bail-reform laws that have allowed criminals to walk free and, in many cases, reoffend. He is replacing retiring Cong. Peter King.
Maria Elvira Salazar
Maria Elvira Salazar was born in Miami’s Little Havana to Cuban parents, who emigrated to the United States following the arrival of Fidel Castro to power. A graduate of the University of Miami and then Harvard University, Salazar began a career in journalism covering local stories for Univision. She became the anchor for CNN Español, the first time a major news network had a broadcast fully in Spanish. Salazar then covered the White House, the Gulf War, the Salvadoran Civil War, and ultimately Cuba, where she witnessed the atrocities of the Castro communist government and became a leading voice against Fidel Castro. Salazar would go on to be a national news anchorwoman at Telemundo and have a long run with her own top-rated show on Mega TV. Winning five Emmy Awards, she was recognized for her passion for freedom and uncovering oppressive, communist and socialist regimes in Latin America.