Des Moines, IA – U.S. Congressman Mike Pence, the third ranking Republican in the House of Representatives, today endorsed Brenna Findley for Iowa Attorney General.
"I am proud to endorse Brenna Findley for Attorney General of Iowa," Pence said. "Brenna’s commitment to supporting Iowa’s small businesses, cultivating economic growth, defending the Constitution and protecting life and marriage makes her the right choice in this race. I hope Iowans will support this dynamic, talented candidate and vote for a new Attorney General on November 2nd."
Said Findley, "Rep. Mike Pence is a strong and principled leader. He fights for the people of Indiana, and I will work hard and fight for Iowa jobs, stand up for our Constitution and protect our values."
Pence, already widely recognized for his conservative leadership in the US Congress has recently risen to national prominence as the winner of the Values Voter 2012 presidential straw held at this year’s Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C.
An attorney and former broadcaster, Pence was first elected to represent Indiana in the Congress in 2000. Currently in his fifth term, Pence was unanimously elected to serve as the House Republican Conference Chairman.
Pence will be in Iowa on Saturday, October 2, as the guest speaker at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition Fall Banquet in Des Moines.