Pompeo receives endorsement from Concerned Women for America
Largest women’s grassroots group in America calls Pompeo a “strong pro-life voice in Kansas”
Wichita, KS – Concerned Women PAC announced the endorsement today of conservative Republican, businessman and military veteran Mike Pompeo in the Kansas 4th District Congressional race.
“Mike Pompeo is one the new trends of conservative candidates who doesn’t brand himself just as a social or a fiscal conservative,” commented Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women PAC. “Mike is the whole package – a true across the board conservative who is pro-life, pro-family, with a business background, and is ready to hit the ground running when he gets to Congress.”
Concerned Women Political Action Committee’s mission is to elect solid, pro-family, pro-life conservatives to Congress. Established in 2002, CWPAC is the largest public policy women’s organization with more than a half million grassroots members nationwide.
“As a man who believes that our nation stands on pro-family and conservative values, I’m proud to accept the endorsement of Concerned Women PAC,” commented Mike Pompeo.
“CWPAC members and I share the same belief that government should protect all life, American sovereignty, religious freedom and traditional, conservative values – while getting out of the way of private industry and entrepreneurship. People in Kansas are concerned about the breakdown of traditional values passed from generation to generation,” concluded Pompeo.
Mike Pompeo has been endorsed by Club for Growth PAC and KOCHPAC – along with a long list of conservative and Republican leaders such as: State Senators Dick Kelsey, Susan Wagle, Carolyn McGinn; State Representatives Aaron Jack, Brenda Landwehr, Phil Hermanson, David Crum, Dan Kerschen, Gene Suellentrop; Wichita City Councilwoman Sue Schlapp; former Bush Administration official Matt Schlapp; and Andover businessman Richard Peckham.