House Freedom Fund Endorses Colby Jenkins

SALT LAKE CITY – The House Freedom Fund announced today that they have endorsed nine pro-Freedom Caucus conservatives running for Congress in key districts across the country, including Colby Jenkins in Utah’s 2nd congressional district. In announcing these endorsements, they posted the following statement:

“Winning these races is key to keeping the Democrats from taking over the House and electing Republicans who will truly fight for our principles and values.”

The House Freedom Fund only supports candidates for Congress who are dedicated to open, accountable, and limited government – candidates who will fight to defend the Constitution and advance policies that promote liberty, safety, and prosperity for all Americans.

Colby Jenkins issued the following statement in response to the endorsement from the House Freedom Fund:

“Our campaign is grateful for the trust, endorsement, and support given to us from the House Freedom Fund. I look forward to joining the House Freedom Caucus and fighting alongside other constitutional conservatives to push back against the DC establishment and advance the principles of freedom and limited government.”

This endorsement comes after Jenkins received the endorsement of Senator Mike Lee, former Trump Administration Official Kash Patel, and 57% of Republican delegates in CD 2.



About Colby Jenkins:

Utah native, Colby Jenkins, is a combat veteran with over 25 years of military service. He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, led a Green Beret Special Forces A-Team on multiple global deployments, served as a Green Beret liaison to Congress, a counter-terrorism policy advisor to the US Secretary of Defense, and served in the Pentagon as the senior legislative advisor to the Vice-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He went on to work in the private sector where he had opportunities to work with some of the world’s most innovative people solving complex problems. Colby is approaching three decades as a Colonel in the Army Reserve. He recently took first place in the Utah Republican State Convention with 57% of the vote, just 3% shy of winning the nomination and avoiding a primary. He and his wife Heather reside in St. George, Utah and are the proud parents of two incredible daughters.