Friday, September 5, 2014

Congressman Blackburn Receives Endorsements from the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste PAC, National Right to Life

Press Release - Congressman Marsha Blackburn received the endorsement from the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste PAC, or CCAGW PAC, yesterday. Congressman Blackburn was once again, named "Taypayer Hero," due to her CCAGW lifetime score of 92%.

CCAGW PAC Chairman Tom Schatz: "During her tenure, Rep. Blackburn has served the citizens of Tennessee with great distinction and has evinced an abiding commitment to fiscal conservatism. On top of her prestigious voting record, she has worked with her colleagues to restrain the growth of federal spending to help make government more accountable and transparent to taxpayers. Rep. Blackburn's commitment to fiscal common sense and government accountability is one of the many reasons that I urge voters in Tennessee's 7th Congressional District to vote for her on November 4 so she can return to Washington, D.C. and continue to protect the interests of both her constituents and all Americans."

Yesterday, Congressman Blackburn also received the endorsement of National Right to Life for her continue fight to protect the lives of the unborn. During the 113th Congress, Congressman Blackburn has a 100% voting record with the National Right to Life.

National Right to Life: "All voters who are concerned with the right to life and with the protection of the most vulnerable members of the human family should vote to return you to Congress, so that you can continue to work to advance vital pro-life public policies."

Earlier this year, Congressman Marsha Blackburn has also received the Distinguished Leader Award from the Susan B. Anthony list. The national group honored Blackburn with their highest achievement award for her ongoing work to protect life.

Congressman Blackburn is an ongoing champion for the rights of the unborn. In June 2013, she led the floor debate for H.R. 1797, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, playing a leading role in its passage. She introduced H.R. 61, the first pro-life legislation of the 113th Congress. As well, Blackburn helped lead the debate for passage of H.R. 7, the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act, which would prohibit all federal funds from subsidizing abortion services.


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