The Main Street Caucus is a group of Republican Members of Congress who are dedicated to strong, conservative principles related to economic, business, environmental, and national security policy, and believe in governing in a thoughtful and pragmatic manner. We are committed to implementing pro-growth policies for small business owners, fostering economic and individual prosperity, and delivering real results for the American people. The Main Street Caucus will be a space for conservative Members to come together to find practical solutions to the many challenges our nation faces.
For Immediate Release: December 15, 2022 REPUBLICAN MAIN STREET CAUCUS ANNOUNCES NEW LEADERSHIP FOR THE 118th CONGRESS Washington, DC— The Republican Main Street Caucus today announced new leadership for the 118th Congress. Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-SD-At Large) was elected Chair and Rep. Stephanie Bice (R-OK-05) was elected Vice-Chair. The Republican Main Street Caucus is a group comprised of Member...Read More about REPUBLICAN MAIN STREET CAUCUS ANNOUNCES NEW LEADERSHIP FOR THE 118th CONGRESS
Easing the tax burden on working class families and not penalizing American businesses for being successful.
Easing the regulatory burden on small businesses and removing government-created barriers to productivity in order to let them thrive in a free market.
Empowering American workers and businesses to be productive in a workplace free of government coercion and overregulation.
Recognizing that the economy should be run by regular Americans living and working on Main Street instead of run by bureaucrats and politicians in Washington.
Protecting local choice in educational decisions instead of one-size-fits-all mandates from Washington and empowering parents to have a voice in the education of their children.
Fully funding the US military so that it can keep our enemies far away from the American homeland and recognizing that the American people can thrive only when they are safe.
Empowering American ingenuity in healthcare by removing the government's claws from the industry and removing as much paperwork as possible so that health care providers can focus on treating patients.
Removing government regulations which prevent common sense solutions to supply chain roadblocks and avoiding the trap of thinking that the government can run the supply chain better from Washington than the Americans actually in the industry.