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New Super PAC formed with one goal: Fire Madison Cawthorn


Madison Cawthorn, the Republican candidate for the NC-11 congressional seat, introduces Donald Trump, Jr. during a presidential campaign event at Point Lookout Vineyards in Hendersonville on Sept. 10, 2020.

A new political action committee is taking aim at Congressman Madison Cawthorn, established only with the goal of removing him from the U.S. House of Representatives.

Fire Madison Cawthorn launched June 7, and its “sole purpose is to raise funds to focus on the callous and child-like actions of U.S. Representative David (Madison) Cawthorn,” according to a release. 

Cawthorn’s office, through an email from spokesman Micah Bock, called it “an effort to silence his voice” by “embittered liberal activists.”

David Wheeler, a two-time candidate for the NC Senate in District 47 and Col. Moe Davis, who ran against Cawthorn in 2020, formed the Super PAC, saying in the release that it’s the first time a federal PAC has been formed for the sole purpose of firing a sitting member of Congress. 


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