Tshibaka endorsed by Family Research Council Action PAC

The Family Research Council (FRC) Action PAC, which supports pro-family candidates and pro-family issues in elections nationally, today announced their endorsement of Alaska Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka. Tshibaka is a strong conservative who will fight for pro-life and pro-family policies when she is elected to the Senate from Alaska.


FRC Action President Tony Perkins issued the following statement:


“Since its inception, FRC Action PAC has supported candidates who take a strong stand for faith, family, and freedom. In this critical hour, Americans are looking for bold leaders who are willing to defend these values. From meeting with Kelly Tshibaka, evaluating her positions, and speaking with those who know her, we are confident she will be such a leader. Kelly understands the fundamental importance of protecting the right to life, the central role strong families must play if our country is to thrive, and that religious liberty is the bedrock of a truly prosperous nation.”


Tshibaka issued the following statement:


“I and honored and grateful to have the support of FRC Action PAC, which has been on the front lines fighting for pro-life and pro-family issues through so many important policy battles. As the Supreme Court ruling on abortion proves, it matters tremendously who serves in the U.S. Senate making policy for our country. Religious freedom and pro-family policies are also on the ballot in November, since the radical left is intent on shattering norms, undermining families, and ignoring basic biology to make their extreme ideological points.


“This race presents a clear choice, since no one really knows what Lisa Murkowski thinks about these important issues, while Democrat Pat Chesbro toes the Democratic Party line and agrees with the most radical leftists. When I’m the next senator from Alaska, I will always support pro-family policies and I will never forget that it was the people of Alaska who hired me for the job.”



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