For Immediate Release
Contact: Jonathan Swift
Sandy Adams Endorsed By The Republican National Coalition for Life for Congress in FL-24
Orlando, FL – The Republican National Coalition for Life PAC, has endorsed Sandy Adams for U.S. Congress, District 24. The RNC/LIFE PAC supports Republican candidates who are pro-life without discrimination. So far, the RNC/LIFE PAC has endorsed only one congressional candidate in the state of Florida and based upon her proven conservative record of voting for life, that candidate is Sandy Adams.
In a statement RNC for Life Executive Director Dianne Edmondson said “Your unfailing support for the principles of the Republican Party, and particularly your proven commitment to Life, make you an outstanding candidate” She continued by adding “we are proud to offer you our endorsement in both the Primary and the General Elections.”
“I am honored to have the endorsement of RNC/LIFE PAC and am proud to vote to protect life,” Sandy Adams said in response to the endorsement.
As State Representative, Sandy Adams has a strong pro-life record having fought for the rights of the unborn. Sandy Adams has supported landmark legislation including “Florida Unborn Victims of Violence Act,” for the life of the infirm, for Parental Notification and for Florida’s ultrasound legislation.
The Republican National Coalition for Life PAC, is an esteemed organization that works to protect and defend the Republican Party’s principled commitment to legal protection for all innocent human beings, from conception until natural death.
Sandy Adams is a former law enforcement officer and current Representative in the Florida House, representing the 33rd District. Sandy served her community for 17 years as Deputy Sheriff in Orange County before running and being elected to the Florida State Legislature in 2002. Today, she and her husband, John, reside in Orlando and are the proud parents of three children. For additional information please visit http://www.SandyAdams.com.
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