Jack Cashill Endorses Patricia Lightner

Media Release
April 24, 2010
For Immediate Release
Contact: Mike Pirner, 913-226-3843
Jack Cashill Endorses Patricia Lightner
Ingram’s Editor Cites Her Commitment to Principle

Kansas City, Mo. – Former State Rep. Patricia Lightner, Republican candidate for Congress in the 3rd District of Kansas, has received the endorsement of conservative author and producer Jack Cashill, who is also the Executive Editor of Ingram’s Magazine, Kansas City’s premier business magazine.

In endorsing Lightner, Cashill cited her commitment to principle — specifically, her belief in limited constitutional government as close to home as possible.

“Patricia’s commitment to conservative principles attracted me to her campaign very early on. From the day she entered the race, she was talking about limited government, economic freedom, individual liberty, and a culture of life. She understands that power centralized in Washington is not only unconstitutional, but also inefficient and corrupting,” said Cashill.

Cashill also noted Lightner was unafraid to challenge Dennis Moore in the summer of 2009 and has not been swayed by changing political winds.

“Many candidates, rumored and real, have entered the race, left the race, or considered running somewhere along the way. The one constant since the beginning has been Patricia Lightner, who had the courage to challenge Dennis Moore from the get go and has never veered off track. Now with Stephene Moore running, I believe Patricia Lightner is in the best position to win in November,” said Cashill.

In accepting Cashill’s endorsement, Lightner issued the following statement.

“I am honored to have received the endorsement of Jack Cashill. He has had a profound influence on many conservatives – including myself – though his many published works and words of wisdom. He understands how America works, and to have his support is a tremendous boost for my campaign.”

About Jack Cashill:

In addition to his work with Ingram’s, Jack has written for Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Weekly Standard, The American Thinker, and regularly for WorldNetDaily. Within the last seven years Jack has written six books of non-fiction – three of which have cracked Amazon’s top ten list. A frequent guest on KCPT’s Kansas City Week in Review, Jack has produced at least a score of documentaries for regional PBS and national cable channels, including the Emmy Award-winning, The Royal Years. Jack’s latest book is Popes & Bankers: A Cultural History of Credit and Debit from Aristotle to AIG. More about Jack can be found on his website at www.cashill.com

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