FRC Action PAC Congratulates Mark Harris on Election to the U.S. Congress
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 7, 2018 CONTACT: J.P. Duffy or Macie Malone, (866) FRC-NEWS

FRC Action PAC Congratulates Mark Harris on Election to the U.S. Congress


WASHINGTON, DC -- FRC Action PAC, the political action committee connected with Family Research Council Action, congratulates Mark Harris on his victorious election to the U.S. House of Representatives in North Carolina’s 6th Congressional District.

This was a priority race for FRC Action PAC. In the state of North Carolina FRC Action launched multiple social media ads, hosted 29 pastor events, distributed nearly 40,000 voter guides, made 30,000 voter contacts, held ten FRC Action Values Bus stops across the state, and joined a campaign rally for Mark Harris with President Trump, all in an effort to actively supported Mark Harris’s candidacy.

FRC Action PAC President Tony Perkins made the following comments:

"We are pleased to congratulate Representative-elect Mark Harris on winning the race in North Carolina for the United States House. Mark’s experience as a leading pastor in Charlotte gave him a unique understanding of the dangers posed when the government tries to overstep religious freedom. We knew his devotion to protect our freedom to live out our beliefs and his unwavering commitment to stand for truth would earn him the support of North Carolina voters. We are confident that in the years to come he will be a strong advocate for constitutional limited government, for individual liberties, and will continue standing for faith, family, and freedom in the U.S. House. We look forward to working with Mark Harris to positively impact both the state of North Carolina and our country," concluded Perkins.

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