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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 5, 2017 CONTACT: J.P. Duffy or Macie Malone, (866) FRC-NEWS

FRC Action PAC Supporting Judson Hill to Replace Rep. Tom Price


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FRC Action PAC, the political action committee connected with Family Research Council Action, is supporting Judson Hill in his bid for United States Congress in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, pending approval of current Congressman Tom Price to lead the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

FRC Action PAC Executive Vice President, Lt. General (Ret.) Jerry Boykin commented:

“In this time of opportunity our nation has made it clear it is looking for leaders who are committed to addressing important issues head-on. We have evaluated Sen. Hill’s record as a leader and State Senator serving the people of Georgia and have found his support for bold conservative solutions to be both consistent and persistent. We believe Judson Hill will continue to be such a leader in the United States Congress.

“Sen. Hill understands that expanding an intrusive government bureaucracy is not the answer to the challenges we as a nation are facing and recognizes the importance of strong families if our nation is to flourish. Sen. Hill’s record of voting to defend religious liberty and our freedom to believe, defend the sanctity of life, and protect the consciences of Americans from forced subsidization of abortions has proven him to be a leader who stands for the most fundamental freedoms of Americans: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

“FRC Action PAC is confident that Sen. Hill will continue to advocate for strong family values and Constitutional limited government. Once again, we are pleased to offer our support, and encourage others to support Judson Hill as well,” concluded Boykin.

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