FRC Action Expresses Concern Over Georgia Senate Candidate without Pro-Life, Pro-Family Record
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 3, 2019 CONTACT: J.P. Duffy or Joshua Arnold, (866) FRC-NEWS or (866)-372-6397

FRC Action Expresses Concern Over Georgia Senate Candidate without Pro-Life, Pro-Family Record


Washington, D.C. – Family Research Council Action is expressing concern about news that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is considering a candidate with no pro-life, pro-family record to fill the rest of the term of retiring Senator Johnny Isakson.

Family Research Council Action President Tony Perkins issued the following statement:

“Family Research Council Action is concerned about the likelihood that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is considering a candidate to fill the remaining term of Senator Johnny Isakson that has no public record validating a conservative political ideology. While Governor Kemp does have a conservative pro-family record, Kelly Loeffler does not.

“Governor Kemp could select an individual from several outstanding candidates to fill the term of Senator Isakson. FRC Action’s most recent scorecard shows there are ten congressional representatives in the Georgia delegation who have a 100% FRC Action pro-life, pro-family voting record. We urge Governor Kemp to select someone else from the many possible pro-life candidates who have a record to back up their pro-life credentials,” concluded Perkins.

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