WASHINGTON, D.C. – FRC Action PAC, the political action committee connected with Family Research Council Action, is endorsing Rep. Chuck Fleischmann for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives for Tennessee’s 3rd Congressional District.
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. We believe that the right to life is the most fundamental of all human rights, and likewise believe that the family is the foundation of all societies. We also believe that religious liberty is the bedrock of any prosperous nation, and because it is under unprecedented attack, we believe it is critical to elect candidates who will stand for this first freedom. We believe Rep. Chuck Fleischmann is just such a candidate.
“During Rep. Fleischmann’s time in Congress, including on the House Appropriations Committee, he has taken bold steps to defund Planned Parenthood, curb Obamacare, cut $1.6 trillion from the federal budget, and protect his constituents’ constitutional liberties. An American success story, he has overcome multiple obstacles on his path to small business ownership, a law career, and ultimate service to the citizens of Tennessee. A tried and true fiscal and social conservative, he’s made it his mission to put the people of the 3rd Congressional District ahead of political correctness and partisan grandstanding. A supporter of our nation’s veterans and an advocate of a strong national defense, he has worked consistently to make the American dream accessible and put more money in the pockets of those he represents on Capitol Hill.
“FRC Action PAC is confident that he will be a dedicated advocate for limited government, for individual liberties, and for strong family values. We are certain his congressional record will continue to serve his constituents well. Chuck Fleischmann is the leader that Tennessee needs, and we are pleased to offer our endorsement of his candidacy for re-election to Congress,” concluded Boykin.