Reagan’s Former PAC Endorses Rebekah Bydlak For Congress

July 22, 2016

Congressional candidate Rebekah Bydlak of Cantonment announced that she has earned the endorsement of Citizens for the Republic, Ronald Reagan’s former PAC. Citizens for the Republic released the following statement with their endorsement:

Bydlak’s work for the Coalition to Reduce Spending, an advocacy organization dedicated to reducing federal spending and debt, proves she is dedicated to the limited government principles advocated by our 40th president and all Americans who believe Washington has become too powerful and special interests too potent.

Bydlak understands the people of Florida’s 1st Congressional District need an advocate in Washington who will fight for them and work for to ensure greater fiscal responsibility and root out the waste, fraud, and abuse in the government that burdens the American taxpayers.

Diana Banister, Executive Director of CFTR, additionally added:

“We have seen Rebekah in action and know she will fight for American taxpayers and those who cherish freedom in this country. Rebekah has witnessed first-hand how Washington is broken and has policy solutions that can reduce federal spending at its source, knowing we cannot tax, spend and regulate our way to a balanced budget. She will be a tremendous asset to the citizens of the 1st Congressional District in Florida and to the nation.”

“Rebekah’s work ethic, principles, and leadership will serve the people of her home district well. We are proud to endorse a principled conservative candidate for U.S. Congress.”

Bydlak offered the following comment in response:

“The legacy of America’s greatest President lives on to this day, and I am proud to carry it forward. This endorsement illustrates my campaign’s growing momentum and my deep commitment to conservative principles.” photo, click to enlarge.


2 Responses to “Reagan’s Former PAC Endorses Rebekah Bydlak For Congress”

  1. David on July 23rd, 2016 9:08 am

    Yes…go Rebekah

  2. Cricky on July 22nd, 2016 1:41 pm

    Go Rebekah, Go!