Family Research Council Action's Values Voter Bus Tour Comes to Gardena, CA
CONTACT: J.P. Duffy or Darin Miller, (866) FRC-NEWS

Family Research Council Action's Values Voter Bus Tour Comes to Gardena, CA

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Family Research Council Action's (FRC Action) Values Voter Bus Tour will visit Calvary Chapel South Bay in Gardena, California, on Sunday, Oct. 30.

The Values Voter Bus is traveling the country mobilizing new voters and bringing a message of real hope and change. Earlier this month, the bus tour kicked off at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C. which was attended by the major GOP presidential candidates and thousands of values voters. 

The Values Voter Bus has since made stops in New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Ohio, Texas and Arizona. In the coming year, the Values Voter Bus will travel through other states, including North Carolina and Minnesota which have marriage amendments on their ballots.

Tony Perkins, president of FRC Action, made the following comments:

"The Values Voter Bus Tour will speak to the views held by values voters in California and across the country who are deeply concerned about issues impacting the family and the broader culture.

"We are pleased to join with our friends at Calvary Chapel to promote the vital issues of the sanctity of human life, marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and religious liberty," concluded Perkins.

WHO: Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council Action

WHAT: Values Voter Bus Tour, voter registration

WHERE: Calvary Chapel South Bay, 19300 S. Vermont Ave., Gardena, CA 90248

WHEN: Starting at 7:30 a.m. Pacific

For a bus tour schedule and more information, please visit or call FRC Action's Press office at (866) 372-6397.


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