The Brian Reilly for Congress Campaign just issued this press release announcing several influential community leaders who have publicly stated their support for his campaign, as well as publicizing an endorsement he received from the Florida Right to Life organization. The Florida Right to Life is a heavily sought after endorsement that could pave the way for future endorsements.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Kimberly Moore, Communications Director
Brian Reilly Announces Set Of Key Endorsements From Dennis Baxley, Reverend O’Neal Dozier, Barbara Collier, And Florida Right To Life
Hollywood, FL (April 28, 2010)— The Brian Reilly for Congress Campaign is pleased to announce that Brian has received the endorsement of several influential conservative leaders and organizations from across the state including Dennis Baxley, Former Speaker Pro Tem of the Fla. House and Former Executive Director of Christian Coalition of Florida; the Reverend O’ Neal Dozier from the Worldwide Christian Church; Barbara Collier, Chairwoman of the Broward Christian Coalition; and the Florida Right to Life organization.
“Brian Reilly is exactly the kind of emerging leader needed in the U.S. Congress today. He has his core values in place and understands how American free market capitalism has raised the quality of life for people all around the world. Defending faith, family, freedom and opportunity will put America back on track and give the next generation the same wonderful America we were given. Brian Reilly gets it,” wrote Baxley in his endorsement.
“I am truly humbled to have received the enthusiastic support of these influential leaders from within our community and throughout the state. Florida Right to Life has been on the front lines defending the sanctity of life, and I am grateful to receive the endorsement of an organization that does such necessary and vital work. I look forward to working with our campaign’s newest supporters as we advance the principles and causes we all value that will ultimately bring about a more caring and just society,” said Brian Reilly, candidate for Congress in Florida’s 20th Congressional District.