Concerned Women PAC Endorses Loudermilk for Congress – Barry Loudermilk – U.S. Congress – Cartersville, GA Patch

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Concerned Women PAC Endorses Loudermilk for Congress – Barry Loudermilk – U.S. Congress – Cartersville, GA Patch

Concerned Women Political Action Committee Endorses Barry Loudermilk for Congress in Georgia’s 11th District

Barry Loudermilk’s experience and conservative know how will be vital.

Washington, D.C. – Concerned Women Political Action Committee (CWPAC) has announced its endorsement of Barry Loudermilk for Congress in Georgia’s 11th District.

Concerned Women PAC, established in 2002 by Founder and Chairman Beverly LaHaye, 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.

Since first entering public service in 2004, Barry Loudermilk has been a champion for conservative values. He sponsored Georgia’s Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would close all abortion clinics in the state and require abortions to be performed in hospitals and the Prenatal Non Discrimination Act, which prevents abortions based on gender as well as prohibits women from being coerced into having an abortion. Barry is a Constitutionalist who will vote according to the principles espoused by our founding fathers on limited government.

“Barry Loudermilk possesses valuable experience and the leadership needed in Congress,” said Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women PAC.

“Barry is a pro-life, pro-family conservative who will lead on critical issues from the moment he arrives in Washington.”

Penny Nance and Concerned Women Political Action Committee’s mission is to 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 Barry Loudermilk.

via Concerned Women PAC Endorses Loudermilk for Congress – Barry Loudermilk – U.S. Congress – Cartersville, GA Patch.

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