NATIONAL FEDERATION of REPUBLICAN ASSEMBLIES ENDORSES JUDGE ROY MOORE FOR U.S. SENATE SEAT IN ALABAMA
National Federation of Republican Assemblies
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 28, 2017
Media Contact: Willes Lee, NFRA
Cell: (808) 347-8126
In accordance with National Federation of Republican Assemblies (NFRA) By Laws, the Alabama Republican Assembly endorsement of Judge Roy Moore for the US Senate seat in the Alabama special election is carried as an endorsement from NFRA.
NFRA President Willes K. Lee stated “Judge Moore is the candidate Alabama and the United States needs in Washington DC. Conservative in his own right, Judge Moore holds all liberals – Republicans as well as Democrats – to account… as does the NFRA. He is determined to drain the DC swamp and to make America great again.”
Moore has spent his career fighting corruption and liberal judicial activism, even being twice removed from office by corrupt politicians. He is a conservative constitutionalist, and will protect our American and Constitutional values as a US Senator.
According to Judge Roy Moore “The Republican Assemblies, through their respective state chapters, are the backbone of the REAL conservative movement. I am pleased to receive their endorsement in this race which centers on the integrity of the candidates.”
In spite of massive spending from Senate Leader McConnell's Leadership PAC to malign Judge Moore, Moore earned the most votes in the primary election and leads in all the recent polling. Attempting to counter the shady manner in which Moore's opponent was appointed to fill this seat, McConnell's money is not changing the opinion of Alabama voters. Having complained mightily about Democrat outside spending in the recent GA-6 special election, Republican interlopers should use their funds to secure our shaky US Senate majority in 2018.
The Republican Assembly is a conservative, grassroots organization committed to free market principles, individual responsibility, lower taxes and regulation, defense of traditional marriage and protection of the unborn. For more information about the Republican Assemblies, go to RepublicanAssemblies.org