Republican Majority for Choice PAC Endorses Scott Brown for U.S. SenatePosted: October 3, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Mallory Schwarz
WASHINGTON, DC (October 3, 2014) – The Republican Majority for Choice PAC is proud to endorse Former Senator Scott Brown in the New Hampshire Senate race.
“To protect the right to choose there must be pro-choice leaders within both parties, and Scott Brown has proven he is willing to cross the aisle on important issues,” said Susan Bevan, RMC National Co-chair. During his time in the Senate, Brown voted to protect funding for the Title X family planning program and supported fiscally responsible Planned Parenthood funding. “We cannot continue to push a one-party monopoly on women’s reproductive health and freedom.”
Republican Majority for Choice works within the GOP to convey mainstream sentiments on commonsense social policy. RMC PAC endorses the election of viable pro-choice Republican candidates who support increasing access to the full range of reproductive options including education, prevention, motherhood, adoption, and policies that ensure abortion remains safe and legal.
“It is clearly a Democratic Party strategy to distort all Republicans’ records on choice because they cannot run on their own records on jobs and the economy,” said Candace Straight, RMC National Co-chair. “We need leaders, like Scott Brown, who are willing to compromise and work towards solutions. That is the only way we will move forward on this issue and advance commonsense policies that actually support women and families.”
RMC PAC supports Senator Brown as a true ambassador for the priorities of mainstream Americans. It is time to end the gridlock in Congress, and Scott Brown is committed to putting politics aside to advocate for effective commonsense policies. Republican Majority for Choice proudly supports Scott Brown’s campaign to represent New Hampshire in the United States Senate.
Republican Majority for Choice
www.gopchoice.org * 202-629-1300
1900 L Street, NW, Suite 614, Washington, DC 20036