State Senator Tim Huelskamp received the endorsement of Concerned Women for America:
Concerned Women PAC Endorses State Senator Tim Huelskamp for Congress January 27, 2009
Senator Huelskamp is a proven pro-life leader and led the effort in Kansas for the state Marriage Amendment.
Washington, D.C. – Concerned Women Political Action Committee (CWPAC) announced its endorsement of Kansas State Senator Tim Huelskamp in his campaign for Congress in Kansas First District.
Concerned Women PAC is affiliated with Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee, the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization with more than 500,000 grassroots members nationwide.
The First Congressional district became an open seat when current Congressman Jerry Moran announced he would be running for the U.S. Senate in 2010 for the open seat created by pro-life Senator Sam Brownback, who is running for Governor.
“Tim was already well known to Concerned Women PAC long before he decided to run for Congress. Not only has Senator Huelskamp been a solid vote on pro-life and pro-family issues, he has been a leader,” said Beverly LaHaye, Founder and Chairman of Concerned Women PAC.
“This is exactly the type of candidate we look for; Tim’s a proven legislator who led the effort to pass a marriage amendment in his state, and has shown time and time again that he will do whatever it takes to protect the unborn. What touched my heart the most about Tim however was his personal story. He has lived in the first district all his life, as a farmer, a legislator and a good husband to his wife Angela and four adopted children. I couldn’t be more pleased to endorse Tim Huelskamp for Congress.”
Concerned Women Political Action Committee was started in 2002 to help elect solid pro-family, pro-life conservatives to Congress. Concerned Women PAC sends out a monthly letter to members encouraging them to financially support candidates like Kansas State Senator Tim Huelskamp. For more information on this race, please contact Mike Mears at 202-408-4941.
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