Today marks the 90th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment which granted American women the right to vote. Words cannot express the depth of gratitude we owe to those brave feminist foremothers who struggled and sacrificed, endured imprisonment and ridicule, and fought fearlessly to grant future generations of American women a voice. We stand on their shoulders. Our opportunities are their legacy; our achievements, their monument.
In honor of their sacrifice and triumph, I’m proud to endorse another group of strong American women who continue this tradition of service to our country. Their willingness to make sacrifices in order to serve others and make this world a better place by empowering individual Americans deserves our support. Regardless of whether the many candidates I’ve had the honor of endorsing win or lose this time around, I support them because they boldly shake things up in their primary races. They don’t just sit on the sidelines whining; instead, they are in the arena fighting for commonsense constitutional conservative solutions; and in their oft-characterized (and enormously challenging) “underdog” status, they all exemplify the qualities of a winner who will serve admirably and for all the right reasons.
These endorsement include Renee Ellmers (CAN-R-NC-02), Jackie Walorski (CAN-R-IN-02), Vicky Hartzler (CAN-R-MO-04), Martha Roby (CAN-R-AL-04), Beth Chapman (who is running for re-election as Secretary of State of Alabama), and Brenna Findle (who is running for Iowa’s Attorney General).
Since I am following the Florida races, I want to focus on Pam Bondi’s (CAN-R-FL-AG) endorsement:
Pam Bondi and Brenna Findley are running for Attorney General in their states – Pam in Florida, and Brenna in Iowa. These are both bold, sharp, selfless women who will respect our Constitution, defend their states, protect our rights, and push back against any overreach of the federal government. We desperately need these conservative leaders who won’t kowtow to the Obama administration’s big government overreach into our states, small businesses, families, and individual lives.
I mean, if you see the differences between the three, there is no comparison. What we need for Florida’s Attorney General is not a career politician, but an actual hands-on prosecutor. She has fought for Florida before and she’ll fight for Florida as our Attorney General! I support Pam Bondi!