CCV PAC & Socially Conservative Group Leaders Endorse Seth Morgan
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Citizens for Community Values Action PAC, a widely known and respected family values organization from Southwest Ohio, along with a list of respected family values leaders from around the state, have endorsed Seth Morgan, CPA for Auditor of State.
Seth has received the following personal endorsements:
Phil Burress, President, Citizens for Community Values
Kevin Craft, PAC Board Member, Ohio Right to Life
Christi Dodson, Executive Director, Dayton Right to Life
Kimberly Fletcher, President & Founder, Homemakers for America
Bobbi Radek, Director, Concerned Women for America (Ohio)
Barry Sheets, Governmental Affairs Director, Citizens for Community Values
Thea Shoemake, Homeschool Leader, Southwest Ohio
Debbie Smith, Warren County Right to Life
Molly Smith, Executive Director, Cleveland Right to Life
Mark Stevenson, Christian Home Educators Stark County Association
Diane Stover, Director, Northeast Ohio Values Voters
Linda Theis, Former President and Current Member Trustee, Ohio Right to Life
Lori Viars, PAC Board Member, Ohio Right to Life
Lori Willmann, Member Trustee, Ohio Right to Life
Phil Burress, President of Citizens for Community Values and Chairman of the CCV Action PAC, released the following statement:
“Citizens for Community Values Action PAC is honored to endorse Representative Seth Morgan for Auditor of State. As a certified public accountant and small business owner, he is highly qualified to serve as Ohio’s next auditor. Seth’s positions on small government, school choice, abortion, institution of marriage, responsible spending and taxation make him an exceptional candidate.
Since CCV Action PAC’s inception in 2004, we have tracked Seth’s service on Huber Heights City Council and found him to be conservative on issues that matter to the family. Every resident in the state of Ohio will be well served when Seth Morgan becomes our next auditor.”
Among the many issues they work on, CCV’s largest accomplishment was organizing the important 2004 marriage amendment, which most of Ohio’s Republican establishment opposed by voters overwhelmingly approved. Without the amendment, it’s quite possible there could have been a President John Kerry.