National Organization For Marriage Endorses Fleming For United States Senate

Oct 17th, 2016 | By | Category: News Flashes, U.S. Senate

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Congressman John Fleming (R-LA).

Congressman John Fleming (R-LA).

The Fleming for U.S. Senate Campaign was proud to receive the endorsement of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), the nation’s leading pro-traditional family advocacy organization.  NOM’s endorsement was announced via video message to supporters.  To view NOM’s video endorsement, click here.

John Fleming said: “I am proud to receive the endorsement of the National Organization for Marriage.  It is critical that we preserve the traditional family and our right to religious expression, and NOM has led that fight to preserve the traditional family and religious liberty.  Our culture is under assault and NOM is on the front lines of that fight, and I am proud to stand side-by-side with them.”

Brian Brown, President of NOM, said: “John Fleming has been a champion for marriage, religious liberty, life and family values his entire career in Congress. He’s fought for a constitutional amendment to protect marriage, and for the sanctity of human life; stood for religious freedom and parental rights; worked to promote fatherhood and encourage fathers to take responsibility for their children; and championed a national day of prayer. He’s a proven leader, a true champion, and an honorable man.”

NOM joins a growing line-up of who’s who of conservative luminaries and organizations uniting behind Dr. Fleming’s campaign for United States Senate.  Other noted conservative leaders and organizations that have endorsed the Fleming Campaign include:

GING-PAC

The Club for Growth PAC

Tony Perkins and Family Research Council Action PAC

Former U.S. Senator and Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum

Homeschool Legal Defense Fund

Congressman Jim Jordan

Citizens United

Eagle Forum PAC

Concerned Women for America Political Action Committee

Gary Bauer, Chairman of the Campaign for Working Families

Ret. Lt. General William Boykin

 

 


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