FRC Action's Values Voter Bus to Roll Into Holland, Join with Pete Hoekstra and U.S. Rep Bill Huizenga
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FRC Action's Values Voter Bus to Roll Into Holland, Join with Pete Hoekstra and U.S. Rep Bill Huizenga


***Media Advisory***

HOLLAND, MICHIGAN - On Tuesday, FRC Action's Values Voter Bus will roll into Holland and will be greeted by Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra and U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga. They will join with FRC Action PAC's Connie Mackey and FRC's Jay Riemersma for a news conference to discuss the key role values voters can play in the next election. These conservative leaders will discuss what must be done to promote the vital issues of the sanctity of human life, marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and religious liberty.

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.

FRC Action PAC President Connie Mackey made the following comments:

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

"We are pleased to partner with these pro-family leaders in promoting the sanctity of human life, marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and religious liberty," concluded Mackey.

Who:

Connie Mackey, FRC Action PAC President

Jay Riemersma, Regional Director of Development

Pete Hoekstra, candidate for United States Senate

Congressman Bill Huizenga

What:  Values Voter Bus News Conference

Where: Alpen Rose restaurant on the corner of 8th Street and College Ave.

When: Tuesday November 8, 2011

             9 AM

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