“In the race to replace Congressman Salmon, there is one candidate that stands above the rest when it comes to defending faith and family values”
Gilbert – Today, Former Presidential candidate, and Former Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Rick Santorum endorsed Andy Biggs for Arizona’s Fifth Congressional District. Senator Santorum, a prominent national leader in the movement to defend pro-life and pro-family issues, had this to say about Senator Andy Biggs:
“In the race to replace Congressman Salmon, there is one candidate that stands above the rest when it comes to defending faith and family values – that candidate is Andy Biggs,” Rick Santorum said. People of faith in the Fifth Congressional District can trust Andy to defend these values because he has a proven and consistent record of protecting life, promoting the sanctity of family, and defending religious freedom. As the liberals in Washington continue to wage an intense war on these important values in an attempt to completely turn the tide of society, we cannot allow ourselves to elect people to Congress whose positions on these issues are questionable at best. We must elect leaders who have proven they will stand for us and with us no matter the cost. In Arizona, Andy Biggs has demonstrated his unwavering courage in defense of life, family, and religious freedom, and I have complete faith that he will do the same in Congress. Join me and many other faith-based leaders in supporting Andy Biggs for Congress.”
“For a number of decades, Senator Rick Santorum has been a national leader when it comes to pro-life and pro-family issues,” Andy Biggs said. “Throughout his time as a U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, Senator Santorum stood against the Washington Establishment and held firm for our shared conservative principles. Senator Santorum’s efforts to protect and defend the unborn and our religious freedoms has been inspiring to millions of conservatives across the country. I am honored to have the support and endorsement of Senator Rick Santorum.”
About Rick Santorum
Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum is a former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania known for being outspoken on social issues such as abortion and gay marriage. Santorum was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1990, where he represented suburban Pittsburgh‘s 18th Congressional District. He served two two-year terms in the House before mounting a successful challenge to Democratic U.S. Sen. Harris Wofford in 1994. While in office, Santorum was elected by his fellow Republican lawmakers to serve as chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, the third-highest ranking position in the party leadership. He was also a member of the “Gang of Seven,” a group that exposed the notorious congressional banking and congressional post office scandals.