Phyllis Schlafly Endorses Jim Duncan in North Carolina’s Second District

Phyllis Schlafly Endorses Jim Duncan
in North Carolina’s Second District

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 13, 2016
CONTACT: Glyn Wright, Executive Director, (202) 544-0353

Washington, D.C. — Eagle Forum PAC, a conservative public policy organization founded by pro-family leader Phyllis Schlafly, is proud to endorse Jim Duncan against incumbent Rep. Renee Ellmers in North Carolina’s Second District. Schlafly released the following statement:

“While President Obama has repeatedly attacked the very foundation of our nation, over the past six years, Republican leaders in Congress have failed to respond in a meaningful way. They have been complicit in funding the president’s priorities and conducting business as usual, and Renee Ellmers has been with them every step of the way.

“Although Ellmers was elected during the conservative wave of 2010, her conservative ratings have fallen with each new Congress. In 2015, a year when standing against executive overreach counted for everything, Ellmers repeatedly fought against efforts to check President Obama’s unconstitutional actions, scoring under 50% on our multi-issue grade card.

“This is the year when we must elect more Republicans who are true conservatives.

“Jim Duncan will be a strong conservative leader in Congress. He understands that limited government and a thriving economy depend on strong families and that our nation’s fiscal health is closely tied to our cultural well-being. His strong work ethic and integrity will help rebuild a culture in Congress that promotes the American dream over special interests.

“More than ever, we need Members of Congress who will stand against the establishment and the status quo in order to restore sound governance to our nation. We know that Jim Duncan will promote the ideals of liberty and prosperity articulated by our Founding Fathers.”

Eagle Forum PAC supports candidates who are committed to a conservative philosophy of limited government, national sovereignty and traditional values.

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