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.

Member Spotlight

Young Kim

California's 39th District

Young Kim represents California’s 39th District, which includes parts of Los Angeles, Orange, and San Bernardino counties. An immigrant, small business owner, community leader, and mother, Rep. Kim flipped the seat from Democratic control and is one of the first Korean-American women to serve in Congress. She started her public service as director of community relations and Asian affairs for former Congressman Ed Royce (CA-39). Prior to serving in Congress, Rep. Kim was the first Korean-American Republican woman to serve in the California State Assembly. As an Assemblywoman, she fought to grow jobs, support small businesses, ensure public safety, promote educational opportunities, support veterans, and protect victims of domestic violence. A graduate of the University of Southern California and a resident of La Habra, Rep. Kim is a small business owner in the clothing industry and a long-time community leader.

Blake Moore

Utah's 1st District

Blake Moore was born and raised in Ogden, Utah. He received the Wendy’s National High School Heisman, which honors seniors for athletics, academics, and citizenship. He then played quarterback at Utah State. After serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Seoul, South Korea, he finished his degree at the University of Utah and then obtained his master’s in Public Policy and Administration from Northwestern University. He has served his country in various civilian roles, most notably as a foreign service officer for the State Department in both Washington, D.C., and Asia, and recently completed nearly a decade with the Cicero Group, where he has helped organizations solve complex problems, including the George W. Bush Institute where he worked with the school leadership team to help school districts effectively recruit, retain, and develop K-12 principals and administrators.

Peter Meijer

Michigan's 3rd District

Peter Meijer is a fourth-generation West Michigander who was born and raised in Grand Rapids. A member of the family that founded the Meijer supercenter chain, he spent a year at West Point before leaving to enlist in the Army Reserves and deploying to Iraq in 2010 as a non-commissioned officer, serving with an intelligence unit in the Baghdad area. After returning from Iraq in 2011 and earning his degree in cultural anthropology from Columbia University, he joined Team Rubicon to lead humanitarian refugee efforts in South Sudan and also led operations in New York after Superstorm Sandy and in the Philippines after Super Typhoon Yolanda. He also worked for a conflict analysis NGO in Afghanistan, managing a large team to help aid workers deliver assistance to the Afghan people. After receiving his MBA at NYU, he returned to Michigan to work in urban redevelopment and real estate. Meijer plans to focus on bipartisan policy like PFAS cleanup in West Michigan and rural broadband access. He replaces former Rep. Justin Amash.

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