SIOUX CITY, Iowa – After last night’s debate in Cerro Gordo County, Jeremy Taylor, a Republican candidate in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, announced four new endorsements including Franklin County Treasurer Chad Murray, Hamilton County Supervisor Rick Young, Sioux City Pastor Dan Bittinger, and Trump campaign organizer and former Republican Party of Iowa 4th District Political Director Omar Marquez.

Jeremy Taylor said, “I’m just honored to have these men of faith and integrity on board Team Taylor. They know this seat is critical and we must have leadership that can win but won’t compromise our principles for personal gain. They know I will stand rock solid on the issues important to our Fourth District and their support continues to show the broad support my campaign has throughout the district.”

Rick Young, Hamilton County Supervisor, said, “When I met Jeremy and met his family, I knew he was a genuine person who speaks from the heart. It’s time for leadership that works well for Iowa, and I trust Jeremy to provide just that.”

Chad Murray, Franklin County Treasurer, stated, “We need someone who will be a constitutionalist and stand for liberty, even against the establishment. Jeremy Taylor will not be beholden to money interests and the lobby but I trust will fight for us as constituents each and every day.”

Dan Bittinger, a Sioux City pastor, stated, “The reason I’m supporting Jeremy Taylor is that he is committed to upholding the beliefs and values of our individual freedoms. Jeremy’s dedicated to faith, family & freedom for all Americans which he has been consistent in demonstrating.”

Omar Marquez, former Republican Party of Iowa 4th District Political Director and Trump Campaign Organizer, stated, “I encourage 4th District conservatives to support Jeremy Taylor, the only grassroots constitutionalist in this race who can win in November. I appreciate Congressman King’s service, but it’s time to pass the baton. With Jeremy, we don’t compromise on any issue. We can’t let DC Republicans hand pick our nominee to take on socialist JD Scholten. Let’s restore our voice in Congress with a battle-tested constitutionalist.”

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