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Bob Vander Plaats, the President and CEO of The FAMiLY Leader, personally endorsed State Senator Randy Feenstra, R-Hull, in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District’s Republican Primary.

“I am pleased to announce my endorsement of Senator Randy Feenstra in his campaign for the Republican nomination for Iowa’s 4th Congressional District.   Randy is a man of integrity who is guided by his faith and someone Iowans’ can trust to faithfully represent them in Congress. As a State Senator he has defended Christian values, protected the unborn and stood tall against the progressive agenda in Des Moines that would undermine religious liberty, sanctity of human life, and our constitutional freedoms,” Vander Plaats said in a released statement.

“Randy teamed with Governor Reynolds to pass the largest income tax cut in Iowa history, protected our 2nd Amendment rights and supported our family farmers.  Randy is a proven conservative who has long record of delivering results for Iowa.   He’ll do the same in Washington as our next Congressman and that’s why I encourage voters across the 4th District to vote for Randy Feenstra in the 2020 republican primary,” he added.

Vander Plaats stressed that this is a personal endorsement, not an endorsement by The FAMiLY Leader.

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