Family Research Council endorses Judson Hill

Jan. 30, 2017

Family Research Council endorses Judson Hill
Trusted voice of values voters praises proved record of ‘bold conservative solutions’ 

The Family Research Council Action PAC has endorsed Judson Hill in his bid to succeed Health and Human Services Secretary-nominee Tom Price as 6th District congressman.

“In this time of opportunity our nation has made it clear it is looking for leaders who are committed to addressing important issues head-on. We have evaluated Sen. Hill’s record as a leader and state senator serving the people of Georgia and have found his support for bold conservative solutions to be both consistent and persistent,” said Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Jerry Boykin, FRC Action PAC executive vice president.

The FRC announcement comes on the heels of former speaker Newt Gingrich’s endorsement of Judson. As a former congressman of the 6th District, Gingrich announced how eager he was to support Hill as a longtime friend and the kind of “proven conservative leadership Georgia needs.”

“The endorsement of the Family Research Council is particularly special to me because its strong stance on family values, individual liberties and limited government are at the heart of my public service,” Judson said. “In Congress, I pledge to continue my stand to protect our First Amendment freedoms, American families and the unborn We must also rein in the vast and intrusive government bureaucracy. It is an honor to be recognized by such a trusted organization that has consistently been the gold standard for social conservatives.”

The Family Research Council’s statement declared its confidence that Judson will continue to protect family values and advocate for a constitutionally limited government once in Congress.