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FRC Action PAC Endorses Denise Gitsham for Congress in California's 52nd District


WASHINGTON, D.C. - FRC Action PAC, the political action committee connected with Family Research Council Action, is endorsing Denise Gitsham in the race for re-election in Congress to represent California's 52nd Congressional District.

On behalf of FRC Action PAC, the political action committee connected with Family Research Council Action, I am pleased to endorse you for United States Congress representing the 52nd Congressional District in the state of California.

These are challenging times and our nation is looking for leaders who are committed to addressing important political issues head-on. Based on your experience and your positions on important policy matters, we believe you will be such a leader in the United States Congress.

You understand the principles that have made our nation great and are committed to upholding them. You support strong family values as a foundational aspect of a prosperous nation. The experience you have as a small business owner, founding board member of one of California's Innovation Hubs, co-founder of a San Diego tech group, and board member of a hospital foundation has given you the type of expertise Washington, D.C. needs. You understand the concerns our nation's workers and families are facing and this will allow you to bring substantive solutions to Congress.

Your desire to embrace your favorite Bible verse, "to whom much is given, much will be required," and give back to the country you love shows your commitment to being a leader who will serve your constituents well.

We commend your advocacy of spending within our means, eliminating unnecessary and complicated regulations, and reducing overly burdensome taxes. You understand that increasing intrusive bureaucracy is not the answer to the challenges our country is facing.

FRC Action PAC is confident that you will be an advocate for Constitutional limited government, for individual liberties, and for strong family values. Once again, we are pleased to offer our endorsement and will urge those who care about the future of our nation and our freedoms to support you as well.

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