FRC Action PAC Endorses Christina Hagan for the U.S. House of Representatives in Ohio
Washington, D.C. – FRC Action PAC, the political action committee connected with Family Research Council Action, is endorsing Christina Hagan in her race for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 13th District of Ohio.
FRC Action PAC Executive Vice President Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William G. Boykin commented:
“Since its inception, FRC Action PAC has supported candidates who take a strong stand for faith, family, and freedom. In this critical hour, Americans are looking for bold leaders who are willing to defend these values. From meeting with Christina, evaluating her record, and speaking with those who know her, we believe she will be such a leader. Christina understands the fundamental importance of protecting the right to life, the central role strong families must play if our country is to thrive, and that religious liberty is the bedrock of a truly prosperous nation.
“During her time in the Ohio House of Representatives, Christina led the way on the issues of life, family, and religious freedom. She has supported numerous pieces of pro-life legislation, including bills that prohibited taxpayer funding of abortion and stopped Down Syndrome abortions. Christina has also been a strong defender of the traditional family and religious liberty during her time in the Ohio House of Representatives. Furthermore, she spoke at our 2018 Values Voter Summit where she shared her passion for defending life, family, and religious freedom. We believe she will continue to fight for these shared values if elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
“FRC Action PAC is confident that Christina will continue to be a dedicated advocate for life, freedom, and strong family values. She is the leader that Ohio desperately needs, and we are pleased to offer our endorsement of her candidacy for election to the U.S. House of Representatives. Together we will create a culture in which all human life is valued, families flourish, and religious liberty thrives,” concluded Boykin.