FRC Action PAC Announces Endorsement of E.W. Jackson to U.S. Congress
Washington, D.C. -- FRC Action PAC, the political action committee connected with Family Research Council Action, is endorsing E.W. Jackson in his candidacy for United States Senate for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
FRC Action PAC Executive Vice President, Lt. General (Ret.) Jerry Boykin commented:
“During my many years of working closely with E.W. Jackson, I have been impressed by his commitment to the founding principles of our great nation. His belief that America is best served by the constitutional guarantee of religious freedom is not just empty rhetoric. It informs the actions he takes in his congregation, his non-profit organization, and his community.
“I have witnessed his unwavering dedication to immutable truth as the founder and president of Staying True to America’s National Destiny, the minister of Exodus Faith Ministries, and the founder of the Martin Luther King Leadership Breakfast. In addition to his stellar academic credentials and his professional experience as an attorney, he has fought for our nation in the U.S. Marine Corps. We appreciate his understanding of and commitment to a correct interpretation of the nation’s laws, including those protecting the unborn, promoting the national defense, providing for better healthcare options, and enhancing the welfare of urban communities. We believe that his election to the U.S. Senate will help return America to the nation of limited government, limitless opportunity, and constitutional conservatism.
“We know E.W. Jackson is not the typical candidate. He has set out to break the political mold by holding fast to truth that’s often sacrificed on the altar of political correctness and by putting people before special interest groups and career politicians. FRC Action PAC is confident that he will be a principled advocate for strong family values and personal prosperity. We believe he is the leader that the Commonwealth needs, and we are pleased to offer our endorsement of his candidacy to replace Tim Kane in the U.S. Senate,” Boykin concluded.