A Flower Mound resident’s congressional campaign secured the endorsement of the biggest independent PAC in the United States.

On Monday, the Club for Growth PAC threw its support behind Brandon Gill, the former investment banker and analyst who launched the right-leaning news outlet DC Enquirer.

“Brandon Gill is a free market economic conservative who is committed to cutting federal spending, lowering taxes, and eliminating special interest tax credits. He is also a proud supporter of digital assets and term limits,” said David McIntosh, president of the Club for Growth PAC, according to a press release. “Gill will be a great member of Congress, and Club for Growth PAC is committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure he wins the race.”

Gill is running for Texas’ 26th congressional district, which is currently held by Rep. Michael Burgess (R-TX). Burgess said last year that he would not be seeking re-election.

Several high-profile Republican figures have also endorsed Gill’s congressional bid, including former President Donald Trump, Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-R), and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).

Gill is facing a crowded field in the Republican primary, which is scheduled for March 5.

Other candidates that have thrown their hats in the race include Southlake Mayor John Huffman, private wealth advisor Scott Armey, geriatrician Dr. Neena Biswas, entrepreneur Luisa del Rosal, technologist Jason Kergosien, political consultant Joel Krause, retired state district judge Doug Robison, mechanical contractor Mark Rutledge, engineer Burt Thakur, and attorney Vlad De Franceschi.

Texas’ 26th congressional district comprises parts of Denton County, including Flower Mound, Lewisville, and Carrollton, as well as rural portions of Cooke County and Wise County.

“Most people, definitely outside of Washington, would like to see some fresh faces here,” Gill told Punchbowl News last month. “Oftentimes, we’ve had the same people doing the same things for a very long time, and people are looking for a change. I think a new generation is helpful.”