House Republican Conference Chairwoman Elise Stefanik Endorses Julie Fedorchak

May 14, 2024

BISMARCK – Today, Julie Fedorchak announced she has received an endorsement from a member of the Republican’s House Leadership team, Conference Chairwoman, Elise Stefanik.

“I’m proud to endorse Julie Fedorchak for North Dakota’s at-large congressional seat. We need strong Members of Congress who are committed to fighting for President Trump’s America First agenda who deliver results. Julie will be a much-needed addition to our conference and someone who will fight every day to secure our border, bring down the cost of living, and unleash our country’s energy potential. She is the only person in this race who has a record of serving her state and  getting things done. It is my honor to endorse her today.”.”

Fedorchak said the endorsement reflects a powerful vote of confidence in Fedorchak’s leadership, vision, and commitment to representing the people of North Dakota’s at large congressional district.

“I am grateful for the endorsement of Chairwoman Elise Stefanik. Chair Stefanik has been a ferocious fighter for our shared conservative principles and President Trump’s America First agenda,” Fedorchak said “As North Dakota’s next representative in the U.S. House, I look forward to working with Chair Stefanik, President Trump, and other Congressional Republicans to secure our border, fight inflation, grow American energy, and pushback against federal overreach.”

The House Republican Conference Chair is a part of the Republican House leadership team in Congress working closely with the Speaker of the House, the House Majority Leader, and the House Majority Whip to steer the Republican agenda in Washington. The Conference Chair is elected by her Republican congressional colleagues.


Fedorchak has been garnering widespread support from leaders at the state and federal level, including endorsements from North Dakota’s Governor, Doug Burgum and North Dakota’s U.S. Senator, John Hoeven, and all statewide elected Republican officials in North Dakota, and 55 state legislators.

Fedorchak has also endorsed President Trump, highlighting the importance of putting him back in the White House in November so they can work together to finish his America First agenda and bring back American energy and agriculture independence in our nation.

About Julie:

A fourth-generation North Dakotan, Fedorchak has deep roots in the state. The youngest of eight kids, she was born in Williston, raised in Fargo, graduated from high school in Bismarck, and completed college at UND in Grand Forks. During Julie’s time on the Public Service Commission, she has lowered utility rates, fought back against the Obama and Biden Administration’s attacks on coal, and cut red tape at the commission supporting North Dakota energy production. Julie is ready to bring Fresh Energy to Washington and work with President Trump to secure our southern border, support our agriculture industry, and make America energy independent again. She and her husband Mike have been married for 25 years, have three children, and live in Mandan.

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