Welcome to the Indiana Republican Assembly Super PAC. We are a grassroots movement working to take back the Republican Party for
the vast and disenfranchised majority of its members: Reagan conservatives, who believe in small government, lower taxes,
free enterprise, a strong defense, securing our electrical grid, supporting the 2nd Amendment, right to life, repealing Common Core and a decent America.
In short, we are the Republican Wing of the Republican Party and are members of the National Federation of Republican Assemblies
one of the oldest and largest GOP volunteer organizations in America.
We work to replace RINO's "Republicans in Name Only" and liberal Democrats at all levels of government endorsing and supporting candidates before the primaries and the general elections.
We have had the privilege of meeting and interviewing many of our country’s top influential conservatives including stalwart Hoosier leaders: Congressmen Todd Rokita, Todd Young, Dan Burton, State Treasurer Richard Mourdock, State Senators Carlin Yoder, Scott Schneider, City Councilman Jose Evans, Election Board Vice Chairman Vincent Perez and grassroots crusaders against Common Core Heather Crossin and Erin Tuttle.
Abraham Lincoln said "let the people know the facts and the nation will be free" and we invite you to listen each week to JD & Kristina as they co-host the Conservative Commandos Radio Show. In addition you can listen by phone the same day or night by calling (832) 999-1199.
For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 8:38-39 NIV
We have been following the RFRA and it's Fix Bill the entire session having been at the State House during critical testimonies and voting sessions. We strongly challenge the claims of massive $$$ would be lost in future convention revenue if Indiana kept it's RFRA unchanged given the stark fact they didn't know what groups could have sought to fill the voids.
Indiana's laws prior to the fix bill were stronger against gay discrimination than in most RFRA states. Now the fix is in and we are in ongoing consultation with state lawmakers and conservative pro-family organizations. We will update you on what religious protections are still deemed to be available as the new laws go into effect on July 1st.