Club for Growth looks to mobilize Never Trump voters for down-ballot races
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The Club for Growth, an influential conservative group, is working to mobilize Republican voters who oppose Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpKey takeaways from the Arizona Senate debate Major Hollywood talent firm considering rejecting Saudi investment money: report Mattis says he thought 'nothing at all' about Trump saying he may leave administration MORE to get to the polls for down-ballot races this November.


David McIntosh, the president of the group, said it intends to convince so-called Never Trump voters they need a "strong voice in the Senate and House," regardless of their feelings about the GOP nominee, according to a New York Times report on Saturday. 

Republicans have long worried having Trump at the top of the ticket could negatively impact their party's candidates in House and Senate races.

“You hope Trump does well so that the base Republican vote comes out and is strong,” Mr. McIntosh said. “But you also have to plan for if he doesn’t do well.”

The Club for Growth, which advocates for free market economic policies, has long been opposed to Trump, spending millions on ads to target the Republican presidential candidate.