The New Conservative Movement, raising a new generation of leadership based on respect for all people, conservative ideas, and American values

Local Clubs

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Join a club

You can make a difference! Local New Conservative Movement clubs are active across the country, getting involved with their communities and building a new generation of conservative leadership. Clubs do a variety of activities, from assembling hygiene kits for the homeless, to rallying for the Constitution, to meeting with members of Congress. Find a club near you and attend a meeting where you can meet like-minded people, get active in your community, and be part of a new voice in American politics. See the map below for details.

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Locate a Club


Northwest Arkansas

Club Chair: Mary Fishback


Phoenix, AZ

Club Chair: Christie Black


Colorado Springs, CO

Club Chair: Julie Lemke


Chicago, IL

Club Chair: Brad Hoganson

Des Moines, IA

Club Chair: Emma Carnine-Irwin


Central Kansas

Club Chair: Hannah Christine


What We Believe

The Principles for New American Leadership, devised by Evan McMullin’s 2016 presidential campaign, are the foundation of our movement. Download a copy of these principles here.

  1. Our basic rights are God-given.
    Every American is created equal and has the same right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The fundamental purpose of government is to secure, not define, these rights for every member of our diverse society.

  2. We honor our Constitution.
    We must honor the constitution and the rights it enshrines as written, including the freedoms of religion and speech. Any changes to the Constitution must be made through the amendment process it provides, not by Judicial or Executive action.

  3. Government power must be separated and balanced.
    The Constitution grants separate powers to the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches. We must return lawmaking power to Congress, ending Executive and Judicial overreach. Federal activities must be limited to those granted by the Constitution and all other powers must remain with the States and the people.

  4. Our leaders must be honest and wise.
    Our leaders must put the public interest ahead of their own, acting with integrity, transparency, and good judgment.

  5. We share responsibility for service and civic duty.
    Every American has a responsibility to serve our communities and our nation. It is our civic duty to be informed and engaged on important issues, and seek out leaders who will uphold our rights and serve the people.

  6. Our leaders must be fiscally responsible.
    Our country cannot be secure and prosperous with uncontrolled debt and deficits. Our leaders must have the courage to reform entitlement programs and pay down debt, rather than accumulating more.

  7. Government must promote a free market.
    Big corporations should not be able to buy government favors. There should be a level playing field for all companies, large and small. Smart, narrowly-focused regulation must protect health and safety without stifling innovation.

  8. We must help people in poverty overcome it.
    Government must provide a basic safety net for Americans unable to support themselves. Its programs should help people to overcome poverty, rather than simply survive it.

  9. We must protect life from birth to natural death.
    Our respect for life is a true measure of our humanity. We must protect the lives of the most vulnerable, from the unborn to the elderly.

  10. National defense is a primary federal government responsibility.
    Our national security requires unmatched military and economic strength, and a commitment to the cause of liberty.

  11. All Americans should have access to affordable, quality health care.
    The best way to improve Americans’ health care is to encourage competition and innovation. Our health care system must be responsive to patients, not simply insurers and bureaucrats.

  12. Our 2nd Amendment rights must be protected.
    We have a Constitutional right to keep and bear arms, which the government must secure.

  13. Healthy immigration is important to our future.
    We must secure our borders, enforce our laws and facilitate the legal immigration of those who will contribute to American prosperity, security, and culture.

Start a club

If there isn’t a grassroots New Conservative Movement club near you yet, we can help you start one! Club leaders are regular Americans who are concerned about their country and believe in putting principle over party. People across the country are hungry for this movement, and you can bring it to your area.