Elections 2020  * * *  Targeted Races

The selected house races:  In these selected races, the incumbent is Democrat, but the Republican challenger  has  a strong chance of winning.  For Republicans to re-take the house, we must win ALL twenty-two  "toss-up"  elections and four more "lean Democrat" seats.  

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            MI Senate:  Gary Peters,  the incumbent Democrat, voted to impeach President Trump, saying that he was holding him “accountable for his actions.”   Now Sen. Peters should be held accountable for his actions.  The Republican candidate  John James  is running a strong campaign against the entrenched but vulnerable Democrat.  

           MI House:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   MI -8, Elissa Slotkin, incumbent Democrat, won by promising to be a moderate.  Yet rather than working with Republicans and the President, who won the district by 7%, Slotkin led the charge on impeachment.  She votes with Nancy Pelosi 96% of the time.  Paul Junge is a former prosecutor and recently served in the Trump Administration at U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services.   Find out more at

                        MI -11, Haley Stevens, incumbent Democrat, wants to raise payroll taxes, have government control our health care,  supports giving members of Congress $5 million of tax money to campaign for re-election, and of course supports Nancy Pelosi nearly 100% of the time.   Republican candidate Eric Esshaki has both a medical background and a law degree making Esshaki a uniquely powerful leader at this time when the left wants to take over our health care and raise taxes while trampling our constitutional rights.  

             Both of these House seats were won by Democrats in the 2018 "Blue Wave."  They are vulnerable first-termers.  The districts favor Republicans.  Both races are now rated "Lean Democrat" by the Cook Political Report but can move to "Toss-up" as the Republican candidates' campaigns  gain in strength.

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Minnesota has not voted for the Republican candidate for president since 1972.  This is the year to change that.  The riots, violence, looting and burning have caused many Minnesotans to see "Law and Order" as a major issue this year, and that means voting Republican.  These candidates are waging strong campaigns to replace the current Democrats. 


MN Senate: Tina Smith, Democrat incumbent, voted to impeach President Trump, but does not seem to be very concerned about the looting, burning, and violence in Minnesota cities.   Republican candidate  Jason Lewis speaks out against the radicalized Democrat party and for protecting life, liberty, and property.

MN House:

                               MN- 2,  Angie Craig, Democrat incumbent, voted to impeach President Trump, who carried this district in 2018.  The Republican candidate,  Tyler Kistner, is a former Marine Spec. Ops. officer.  Unlike his opponent, Tyler has spoken out against the violence and lawlessness in Minnesota cities.

         MN-7,  Collin Peterson, Democrat incumbent,  age 75, voted against  impeachment because his district is  conservative.  After 30 years, it is time for a conservative representative.   Republican candidate  Michelle Fischbach has served as President of the Minnesota State Senate  and Lieutenant Governor.  She is  a strong supporter of our right to bear arms, to protect the unborn, to secure our borders, and protect our farmers.    


WI House:

WI-3, the incumbent Democrat, Ron Kind, has held this seat for far too long.  It is time to elect former SEAL Derrick Van Orden  for common sense policies and law and order.  www.




                        John James for Senate                           17336 Laurel Park Drive N., Ste P-30                                 Livonia, MI   48152

            House of Representatives:

                        Paul Junge for Congress                             P.O. Box 2201                                                                  Brighton, MI    48116

                         Eric Esshaki for Congress                                                             P.O. Box 2397                          Birmingham, MI   48012




                        Jason Lewis for Senate                                                                                                                                                                                  P.O. Box 4515                                                                                                                                                                                                            St. Paul, MN 55104

             House of Representatives:

                        Tyler Kistner for Congress
                        14870 Granada Ave., #1035                                                                                                                                                                                Apple Valley, MN   55124

            Michelle Fischbach for Congress
PO Box 190
Litchfield, MN 55355


House of Representatives

                        Van Orden for Congress
PO Box 824                                                                                                                                                                                                                Chippewa Falls, WI 54729        




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