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FRC Action PAC Endorses Rep. Jim Bridenstine for Congress in Oklahoma


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FRC Action PAC, the political action committee connected with Family Research Council Action, is endorsing Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.) in the race for re-election in Congress to represent Oklahoma’s 1st Congressional District.

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

“These are challenging times. Our nation is looking for leaders who are committed to addressing important political issues head-on. From observing Rep. Bridenstine’s work on Capitol Hill, speaking with those who know him, and evaluating his record as a legislator, we believe he will continue to be such a leader in the United States Congress.

“His record of voting to repeal Obamacare, to defend religious liberty, to ensure the American people are not forced to subsidize elective abortion, and to end taxpayers’ government-mandated partnership with Planned Parenthood make him a candidate who stands for the most fundamental freedoms of Americans.

“By his condemnation of executive overreach into school bathrooms, and his co-sponsorship of the First Amendment Defense Act, he has proven he will continue to defend the Constitution and the rule of law. He understands that Big Government is not the answer to America’s challenges, and has supported reigning in an intrusive government bureaucracy. We commend his commitment to our First Amendment liberties, the right of conscience, and our freedom to live out our beliefs.

“FRC Action PAC is confident that he will continue to advocate for limited government and strong family values. We are pleased to offer our endorsement, and will encourage those who care about the future of our nation and our freedoms to support him as well,” Boykin concluded.

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