Verona, PA - Former Republican Presidential candidate and Patriot Voices Chairman Rick Santorum announced today that Patriot Voices PAC has announced another round of endorsements in the 2012 campaign. Those endorsements are:
- Lee Byberg, candidate for Congress in Minnesota's 7th Congressional District
- Ed Martin, candidate for Attorney General in Missouri
- Patrick Morrisey, candidate for Attorney General in West Virginia
Rick Santorum said, "I am pleased to announce these endorsements today. Each of these candidates represents the conservative values that we need in state and the federal government. In particular, the candidates for Attorney General are critical because they are on the front lines when it comes to challenging the constitutionality of ObamaCare. I look forward to helping these candidates win next Tuesday."
Former Senator Santorum made the following statements about each candidate:
Lee Byberg, candidate for Congress in Minnesota's 7th Congressional District:
"Lee Byberg is a passionate conservative and Patriot Voices looks forward to supporting his race for Congress. He is a committed fighter for life at every stage, supports free enterprise, will repeal ObamaCare, and believes we must change our burdensome tax structure."
Ed Martin, candidate for Attorney General in Missouri:
"Patriot Voices is pleased to support Ed Martin as Missouri's next Attorney General. Ed believes we must stand up for life & liberty, and he will fight against Obamacare. Ed Martin is committed to protecting life at every stage, and he will stand up for our religious liberties. Patriot Voices looks forward to helping elect Ed Martin as the next Attorney General of Missouri."
Patrick Morrisey, candidate for Attorney General in West Virginia:
"Patrick Morrisey will bring his significant legal and policy experience into the office of the Attorney General to fight against Obamacare and to stand up for our conservative values. Patrick was involved in the 26-state lawsuit challenging Obamacare, and will be a key partner in helping to overturn Obamacare in the months ahead."