Recommendations are not endorsements. Endorsements are highlighted in red.
U.S. Senate: Mike Lee
- Republicans for National Renewal recommends incumbent Senator Mike Lee. While Lee has disagreed with our positions on immigration, his primary opponents are challenging him from the left, promising to work more collaboratively with Democrats. Lee has voted in line with America First values on foreign policy, opposing $40 billion in taxpayer aid to Ukraine and criticizing State Department funding for color revolution activity in Eastern Europe. As a result, he is the best candidate on the ballot.
1st congressional district: Andrew Badger
- Republicans for National Renewal recommends Andrew Badger, a patriotic veteran who is running on a firmly America First platform against anti-Trump RINO incumbent Blake Moore, a prominent ally of Liz Cheney and a supporter of the Democrats’ January 6 Commission.
2nd congressional district: Chris Stewart
- Republicans for National Renewal recommends incumbent Chris Stewart. Although Stewart’s record is far from perfect, his RINO challenger Erin Rider is challenging him from the left, vocally opposing his correct vote to decertify the stolen 2020 presidential election. A tactical vote for Stewart will help keep Rider out.
3rd congressional district: Christopher Herrod
- Republicans for National Renewal recommends Christopher Herrod, a strongly conservative challenger to incumbent RINO John Curtis. Curtis supported the Democrats’ January 6 Commission, and co-sponsored the ‘Fairness for All Act’, which would dismantle traditional conceptions of gender identity. In contrast, Herrod supports traditional values and takes a pro-Trump stance.
4th congressional district: Burgess Owens
- Republicans for National Renewal recommends incumbent Burgess Owens. His opponent, Jake Hunsaker, is a vocal opponent of President Trump’s America First trade policies, describing them as “unwarranted isolationist and protective economic policies that inhibit our nation’s ability to grow”. Owens has espoused a generally conservative record during his first term in Congress.