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Ambassador John Bolton Endorses Yvette Herrell for US House of Representatives in New Mexico Second District

Washington D.C. – Former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Ambassador John R. Bolton, announced the John Bolton PAC’s endorsement of Yvette Herrell for US House of Representatives in New Mexico’s Second District. Additionally, the John Bolton PAC will make a contribution of $5,000 to her election campaign.

Statement by Ambassador John Bolton:

“There are just nine congressional districts along the southern border. Yvette Herrell is uniquely positioned to impact the debate around border security if we’re able to maintain our Republican House majority. Border security is national security and it should matter to all Americans that we have competent leadership on our borders. I’m proud to support her in this critical race.”

Statement by Congresswoman Yvette Herrell:

“Keeping our Republican majority in the House starts by winning back New Mexico’s Second District, and I thank Ambassador Bolton for his support in this critical race.”

About the John Bolton PAC (www.boltonpac.com): Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline, and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2022, Ambassador Bolton has endorsed over 250 candidates and raised nearly $30 million for his organizations.

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Ambassador John Bolton Endorses Former Gov. Larry Hogan for US Senate in Maryland

Washington D.C. – Former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Ambassador John R. Bolton, announced the John Bolton PAC’s endorsement of former Governor Larry Hogan in the Maryland Senate race. Additionally, the John Bolton PAC will make a contribution of $10,000 to his primary and general election campaign.  Hogan is running in Bolton’s home state of Maryland.

Statement by Ambassador John Bolton:

“Larry Hogan was an effective Republican governor in a blue state. His skills are badly needed in the Senate.  His candidacy immediately puts this race in play as a likely GOP pickup.  From day one, he will be a key swing vote on critical national security issues like securing our border and providing aid to Ukraine and Israel.  I’m excited for him to represent me as my senator.”

About the John Bolton PAC (www.boltonpac.com): Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline, and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2022, Ambassador Bolton has endorsed over 250 candidates and raised nearly $30 million for his organizations.

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Ambassador John Bolton Endorses Joe O’Dea for U.S. Senate

Washington D.C. – Former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Ambassador John R. Bolton, announced the John Bolton PAC’s endorsement of Joe O’Dea for U.S. Senate in Colorado. Additionally, the John Bolton PAC will contribute $5,000 to his general election campaign. 

Statement by Ambassador John Bolton: 

“The Democrats refuse to stand up to aggressors like China, Russia and Iran. Michael Bennet is no exception. Our security depends on having leaders at home who are determined to face America’s challenges head-on. I believe Joe O’Dea will never approve a new Iran nuclear agreement, but Michael Bennet would. The choice is clear.” 

Statement by Joe O’Dea: 

“Michael Bennet supports Joe Biden on everything, even Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan and the administration’s reckless effort to reenter the Iran nuclear agreement. We need a strong military. We need a strong foreign policy. The world is freer and safer when America is decisive and strong.” 

About the John Bolton PAC (www.boltonpac.com): Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2020, Ambassador Bolton has endorsed over 200 candidates and raised nearly $20 million for his organizations. 

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Ambassador John Bolton Endorses Ted Budd for U.S. Senate

Washington D.C. – Former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Ambassador John R. Bolton, announced the John Bolton PAC’s endorsement of Ted Budd for U.S. Senate in North Carolina. Additionally, the John Bolton PAC will contribute $5,000 to his general election campaign. 

Statement by Ambassador John Bolton: 

“Cheri Beasley has gone out of her way to try and make herself look less extreme than she actually is. We already have enough senators whose views do more damage to American security than our enemies ever could. National security issues are important to North Carolina voters, which is why they know the clear choice for a strong and safe America is Ted Budd.” 

Statement by Ted Budd: 

“Ambassador Bolton has a record of being tough on Iran and Cheri Beasley is on the record being soft on Iran. Beasley has been endorsed by the radical, far-left J-Street PAC that does not support Israel, our most important ally in the Middle East. Beasley also believes the Iran Nuclear Deal ‘was a principled example of how diplomacy can work to promote peace and keep military conflict and devastation at bay,’ which is out-of-touch with the realities of the region. I believe in peace through strength and supporting our allies to ensure that America is safe from foreign enemies.” 

About the John Bolton PAC (www.boltonpac.com): Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2020, Ambassador Bolton has endorsed over 200 candidates and raised nearly $20 million for his organizations. 

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Ambassador John Bolton Endorses Leora Levy for U.S. Senate

Washington D.C. – Former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Ambassador John R. Bolton, announced the John Bolton PAC’s endorsement of Leora Levy for U.S. Senate in Connecticut. Additionally, the John Bolton PAC will contribute $5,000 to her general election campaign. 

Statement by Ambassador John Bolton: 

“Leora’s unique personal story will bring a special perspective to debates in the Senate when it comes to national security. Through her work with veterans’ groups, she is also uniquely positioned to be a voice for the needs of those who serve. I am confident she won’t be intimidated by America’s enemies, which is a big change from what Connecticut has now in the Senate.” 

Statement by Leora Levy: 

Out-of-touch career politicians are failing the American people. Joe Biden and Dick Blumenthal’s open border policies have encouraged the invasion at our southern border as deadly fentanyl, human traffickers, gang members and terrorists flood into our country. They have bolstered our enemies with a disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, and they are legitimizing a despotic, theocratic regime as they attempt to negotiate a new Iranian Nuclear Deal. On top of that, they have made life unaffordable for every American with trillions of dollars in wasteful spending. Unlike Dishonest Dick who stole veterans’ valor, I proudly stand by our veterans and active military, and will champion policies at home and abroad that puts our nation’s interests and the American people first. The only way to change America is to change the leadership. I am honored to receive Ambassador Bolton’s endorsement, and I look forward to restoring common sense to Washington. 

About the John Bolton PAC (www.boltonpac.com): Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2020, Ambassador Bolton has endorsed over 200 candidates and raised nearly $20 million for his organizations. 

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New Poll Finds Trump Hurts Republican Chances in Key Senate Races

July 28, 2022
CONTACT: Sarah Tinsley, Director
John Bolton SuperPAC
202-621-8056
[email protected]

Independents’ Opposition to Trump Could Give Democrats Outright Senate Control.

Washington D.C. – A new national survey conducted by John Bolton Super PAC of likely voters in four key Senate battleground states (Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, and Pennsylvania), results indicate that Donald Trump is a significant drag on the general-election prospects of Republican candidates. Independent and undecided voters, whose votes will be critical, perhaps dispositive in November, nationally and in the four swing states, have decidedly unfavorable views of Trump. In all but Georgia, Republican candidates are trailing.

With Independent voters, Donald Trump is Favorable 38%, Unfavorable 48%, a net negative of minus ten points. Only 12.5% of Republican primary voters identified as ‘Trump Republicans’ and 73% as moderate or conservative.

Ron DeSantis continues to gain on Trump among prospective 2024 GOP primary voters. Trump has just a 2 point lead (33-31). In all, 67% of 2024 GOP primary voters picked a candidate other than Donald Trump.

Georgia: Republican Herschel Walker leads Democrat Raphael Warnock by 4 points, 46% to 42%. With Undecided voters in the Georgia Senate race Trump is Favorable 31%, Unfavorable 43%, a negative of minus 11 points.

Pennsylvania:
Republican Mehmet Oz trails by 6 points. With Undecided voters Donald Trump is Favorable 34%, Unfavorable 48%. An obstacle.

Ohio: Republican J.D. Vance trails Democrat Tim Ryan by six points, 44% to 38%. With Undecided voters in the Ohio Senate race Trump is Favorable 24%, Unfavorable 52%. Another obstacle.

North Carolina: Republican Ted Budd trails Democrat Cheri Beasley by 3 points, 43% to 40%. With Undecided voters in the North Carolina Senate race Trump is Favorable 33%, Unfavorable 33%.

Characterizing the survey’s results, Ambassador John Bolton said:

“These results do not mean Republican candidates should not campaign as true conservatives, only that they stress their loyalty to principles. We can still win these races, but the candidates need to separate themselves from Trump. Whatever Trump’s role in the nominating process, his role in the coming general elections can be fatal to GOP efforts to gain outright control of the Senate.”

“Trump’s fixation on himself and the 2020 election are poisonous to independent and undecided voters. Republican candidates who hope to win in November are risking political suicide if they stress their closeness to Trump, or allow their opponents to portray them as mini-Trumps.”

Other Key findings from the poll include:

-The poll also found that 60.4% believe that a new Republican candidate, “a fresh face,” would be more likely to defeat Biden in the 2024 presidential election, while 22.9% disagree.

-On the critical question of whether Vice President Mike Pence acted correctly or incorrectly on January 6, 2021, regarding the counting of Electoral College votes, 66.3% sided with Pence, while only 14.7% sided with Trump. Of those surveyed, 81% believe that Biden is legally President of the United States, while 13% disagree.

-Americans are equally divided over whether Trump should be prosecuted for the January 6 Capitol riot (45.9% yes, 45.5% no), while 49.5% believe that Trump incited the crowd to storm the Capitol, and 39.8% disagree.

-Among Republicans asked how they describe themselves, 45.1% said they were “conservatives”; 27.7% said they were “moderates”; and only 12.5% said they were “Trump Republicans.” The rest were undecided or did not answer.

Asked who they would support for President in a primary held today, 33.3% said Trump, 30.7% said DeSantis, and all the rest were in single digits.

These findings are based on a survey conducted on behalf of John Bolton Super PAC of likely general election voters in Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina and Georgia was taken between July 22-24, 2022. We polled 1200 voters, 300 voters in each state. Political veteran Carter Wrenn helped analyze the results. The survey of general election voters has a margin of error of +/- 2.8% at a 95% confidence interval.

Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2020, Ambassador Bolton’s endorsed over 200 candidates and raised nearly $20 million for his organizations.

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Ambassador John Bolton Endorses Ron Johnson in Critical U.S. Senate Race

Bolton PAC boosts Johnson in a must-win race to retake the U.S. Senate.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 30, 2022
CONTACT: Sarah Tinsley
[email protected]

Washington D.C. – Former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Ambassador John R. Bolton, announced today that he will once again endorse Senator Ron Johnson for the U.S. Senate and the John Bolton PAC will contribute $5,000 to his primary campaign.

“We live in dangerous times. America needs strong leaders who are committed to fighting for U.S. interests abroad while keeping Americans safe at home. I believe Ron Johnson is prepared to do just that,” said Ambassador Bolton.

“The Biden Administration’s strategic incoherence has put American security, prestige, and credibility on the line. Given Russian threats, Chinese assertiveness, and the growing nuclear menace of Iran and North Korea, now is exactly the right time for voters to take a serious interest in national security.”

Senator Ron Johnson issued the following statement in response to Ambassador Bolton’s endorsement and contribution to his campaign:

“The Biden administration’s embarrassing and dangerous withdrawal from Afghanistan has weakened America and tempted adversaries like Russia, China, Iran and North Korea to become more aggressive. It is not surprising that Russia chose to invade Ukraine with Biden in power. John Bolton and I both agree with Ronald Reagan’s dictum that America achieves peace through strength, and I appreciate his support.”

Ambassador Bolton plans to significantly increase candidate endorsements and contributions in this election cycle. Founded in 2013, the John Bolton PAC continues to be one of the most active leadership PACs in the country.

About the John Bolton PAC (www.boltonpac.com): Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2020, Ambassador Bolton’s endorsed over 200 candidates and raised nearly $20 million for his organizations.
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Ambassador John Bolton Endorses Gail Huff Brown Key House Race

Bolton makes a rare pre-primary endorsement in a key House race.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 30, 2022
CONTACT: Sarah Tinsley
[email protected]

Washington D.C. – Former Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, Ambassador John R. Bolton, announced today that he will endorse Gail Huff Brown for the U.S. House of Representatives in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District and the John Bolton PAC will contribute $5,000 to her primary campaign.

“New Hampshire has always been a critical state for the GOP. Voters are acutely aware that national security must remain at the forefront. From protecting our borders to stopping the flow of illegal drugs, to the need for America to be strong and respected throughout the world, I believe Gail Huff Brown is the right person for the job,” said Ambassador Bolton.

“The Biden Administration’s strategic incoherence has put American security, prestige, and credibility on the line. Given Russian threats, Chinese assertiveness, and the growing nuclear menace of Iran and North Korea, now is exactly the right time for national security to remain at the forefront of the public policy debate.”

Gail Huff Brown issued the following statement in response to Ambassador Bolton’s endorsement and contribution to her campaign:

“I am honored to receive Ambassador John Bolton’s endorsement. With a lifetime of service to our country informing his endorsement, Ambassador Bolton knows I am the only candidate in this race with the foreign policy experience needed to secure our nation’s borders, push back on bad actors abroad, and support a true America First agenda.

“It is incumbent upon Congress to protect American interests at home and abroad, something we aren’t seeing under the current administration. I am ready to get to work on day one to protect our freedoms and restore New Hampshire’s voice in Congress.”

Ambassador Bolton plans to significantly increase candidate endorsements and contributions in this election cycle. Founded in 2013, the John Bolton PAC continues to be one of the most active leadership PACs in the country.

About the John Bolton PAC (www.boltonpac.com): Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2020, Ambassador Bolton has endorsed over 200 candidates and raised nearly $20 million for his organizations.

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New Poll Shows Trump Unraveling

January 19, 2022
CONTACT: Sarah Tinsley, Director
John Bolton SuperPAC
202-621-8056
[email protected]

Voters identifying as “Trump Republicans” drop 14 points, Trump’s support tanking.


Washington D.C. – A new national survey conducted by John Bolton Super PAC of likely voters revealed a 14-point drop in Republican Primary voters identifying themselves as “Trump Republicans.” Voters calling themselves “Trump Republicans” fell to 14.6% from 29.4% in September. Trump’s “very favorable” numbers also dropped 11 points with GOP primary voters continuing their decline, down from 55% in September to 44% now.

The poll also revealed a substantial decline in the power of Trump’s endorsement: Republican primary voters “definitely voting” for a Trump-endorsed candidate are down to just 12.6%, compared with 28.8% in September, a 16-point drop.

Statement by Ambassador John Bolton:

“The trend lines across our polls are definitive – support for Donald Trump is tanking within the Republican party. Trump’s endorsements are becoming irrelevant at best. For over a year, Trump has been telling anyone who’d listen ‘the election was stolen’ – now, when Trump says that voters shake their heads. 79% of all voters say Biden is ‘legally President,’ and 67% of Republican primary voters say Biden is legally President. Voters also think their vote will be counted fairly, and they see Trump’s personality as a major weakness.

“One final example: Last January, President Trump told Vice President Pence to throw out Electoral College votes. Pence said he did not have authority under the Constitution to do so. A majority (53%) of Republican Primary voters now agree with Pence not Trump. In fact, only 20% agree with Trump. Our party is not dominated by Trump.”

Key findings from the poll include:

-Joe Biden has rebounded and now narrowly leads Donald Trump in a general election match up (44%-43%) after trailing in the September poll. Both Independent and Undecided voters now dislike Trump more than Biden. With Independent voters Biden is Favorable 43%, Unfavorable 50% a net negative of -7 points. With Independents Trump is Favorable 36, Unfavorable 56, a net negative of -20 points. With undecided voters Biden’s net negative is -28 points, and Trump’s net negative is -42 points.

-While we saw minor improvements for Trump in ballot matchups against potential GOP primary opponents (from 26% in September to 36% now), he remains 10 points lower than he was in April and July. In all, 64% of Republican primary voters do not support Trump. Ron DeSantis leads among the other possible candidates (19.5%). Liz Cheney, polled for the first time, was at 6%. 22% were undecided.

-Additionally, a majority of primary voters (56%) believe that a “fresh face” is needed to defeat Biden in 2024.

-In a significant reversal, Republican primary voters now feel confident their vote will be counted fairly in the next election (52%-38%) compared with their attitude in September (45%-49%), a net change from -4 to +14.

-By 2 to 1 Republican primary voters believe that Donald Trump should have immediately taken action to stop the rioters on January 6th – only 25% agree with Trump not acting immediately.

-As Biden’s foreign policy continues to stumble, a majority of Republican voters (66%) now fear that Vladimir Putin sees America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan as a sign of weakness, leading Putin to believe Russia can invade Ukraine. Among all voters, 53% see the withdrawal as a sign of weakness.

These findings are based on a national survey conducted on behalf of John Bolton Super PAC of 1,000 likely general election voters. Political veteran Carter Wrenn helped analyze the results. The survey of general election voters has a margin of error of +/- 3.1% at a 95% confidence interval. This poll is the fourth national poll conducted by John Bolton Super PAC over the last ten months. All data collected for this poll and the previous ones can be found on the website. The full topline analysis and crosstabs are available at: www.boltonsuperpac.com

Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2020, Ambassador Bolton’s endorsed over 200 candidates and raised nearly $20 million for his organizations.

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New Data: Voters Upset with Afghanistan Strategy and Outcomes, ‘Botched’ by both Trump and Biden

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 30, 2021
CONTACT: Sarah Tinsley, Director
John Bolton SuperPAC
202-621-8056
[email protected]

Washington D.C. – New data released from the third national survey conducted by John Bolton Super PAC of likely voters revealed only 33% of voters favored withdrawing all troops from Afghanistan. 50% of the Democrats supported withdrawing all troops compared to only 31% of Independents and 17% of Republicans.

Trump and Biden both supported withdrawing from Afghanistan. Withdrawing hurt Biden with Independents where his Favorables dropped 13 points and his Unfavorables rose 17 points, a net drop of 30 points. Supporting withdrawal hurt Trump with conservatives, where in the Republican primary Trump’s vote among Very Conservative voters dropped 23.5 points.

Statement by Ambassador John Bolton:

“Voters rejected the Trump-Biden Afghanistan withdrawal strategy proving that everyday Americans have a better sense of our security needs than the current and previous occupants of the Oval Office. Overwhelming numbers see this as a major failure that makes America less safe and emboldens terrorists and adversaries to challenge the United States.”

New data released from the September poll:

1. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? “President Trump and President Biden both made major mistakes in Afghanistan – to move forward we need new leaders and fresh faces.”

Agree 50.5
Disagree 39.6
Refused/DK 9.9

2. Question: In your opinion, does the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan make the United States safer from terrorism, less safe from terrorism, or does it make no difference?

Safer 5.8
Less Safe 51.8
No Difference 37.0
Refused/DK 5.4

Note: 77% of conservative voters said withdrawal made us less safe.

3. Question: President Trump and President Biden both negotiated with Taliban – they told Taliban: ‘We will withdraw our troops if, in exchange, you do not assist terrorist groups like Al Qaeda.’ In your opinion, did President Trump, President Biden, or both, make the mistake of trusting Taliban to keep its promises?

Trump made mistake 14.5
Biden made mistake 31.6
Both 39.5
Refused/DK 14.4

Note: In total, 71% said Biden made a mistake. 54% said Trump made a mistake.

4. Question – True or Untrue: The Taliban is a terrorist group.

True 88.3
Untrue 5.1
Don’t know 6.6

5. Question: The Taliban is a terrorist organization and former President Trump should not have negotiated with terrorists.

True 55.5
Untrue 30.4
DK/Refused 14.1

6. Question: After 9/11 Taliban protected Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden. Knowing this, do you agree or disagree with the following statement: “Withdrawing from Afghanistan wasn’t a good idea that was botched – it was a bad idea because now Taliban will once again provide terrorist groups – like Al Qaeda – with safe havens and a base of operations.”

True 56.2
Untrue 25.9
DK/Refused 18.0

Note: Liberal voters disagree but both moderate and conservative voters agree. Conservative voters agree most – 69%. Republicans agree (72%), Independents agree (60%), Democrats agree but more narrowly (A-41, D-34, DK-24).

7. Question: True/Untrue: “Taliban supports terrorist groups like Al Qaeda.”

True 80.8
Untrue 5.6
DK/Refused 13.6

Note: Liberals agree 71%, moderates agree 79%, conservatives agree 89%. Republicans agree 91%, Democrats agree 74%, Independents agree 79%.

8. Question: Looking back, do you think the U. S. should have: 1) Withdrawn all its troops from Afghanistan; 2) Withdrawn some but left troops in the country; 3) Not withdrawn any; 4) Not withdrawn and sent more troops.

Withdrawn all 33.1
Left some troops 42.2
Not withdrawn any 9.8
Sent more troops 5.0
DK/Refused 9.9

Note: In all, only 33% of voters favor withdrawing all troops. 50% of the Democrats said withdraw all troops compared to only 31% of Independents and 17% of Republicans.

9. Question: President Trump made a mistake in negotiating only with the Taliban and agreeing to the Taliban’s demand of excluding the government of Afghanistan.

Agree 50.6
Disagree 30.3
DK/Refused 19.1

10. Question: Our failure in Afghanistan will encourage jihadist groups across the globe, encouraging them that they can succeed, thus making them more likely to attack the United States.

Agree 60.8
Disagree 29.1
DK/Refused 10.1

These findings are based on a national survey conducted September 16-18, 2021, on behalf of John Bolton Super PAC of 1,000 likely voters. Political veteran Carter Wrenn analyzed the results. The survey of general election voters has a margin of error of +/- 3.1% at a 95% confidence interval.

Through his PAC, SuperPAC and Foundation, Ambassador John Bolton defends America by raising the importance of national security in public discourse and supporting candidates who believe in strong national security policies. Ambassador Bolton has worked hard to restore conservative leadership, which must reverse the recent policies of drift, decline and defeat. America must rise to the occasion and acknowledge the indispensable role we play in the world. Through 2020, Ambassador Bolton’s endorsed over 200 candidates and raised nearly $20 million for his organizations.

ABOUT JOHN BOLTON

Ambassador John Bolton, a diplomat and a lawyer, has spent many years in public service. He served as the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in 2005-2006. He was Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security from 2001 to 2005. In the Reagan Administration, he was an Assistant Attorney General.