August 14, 2013
For Immediate Release: August 15, 2013
Contact: Laura Keehner Rigas, (202) 347-9388, firstname.lastname@example.org
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Conservative Union (ACU) Political Action Committee (PAC) today endorsed Quin Hillyer for U.S. House of Representatives in Alabama’s First District.
“Quin Hillyer stands out among the candidates for Alabama’s First District as a principled conservative who will bring Alabama’s values to Washington rather than the other way around,” said ACU Chairman Al Cardenas. “As a commentator and author, Quin Hillyer has dedicated his career to advancing conservative principles of limited government and traditional values through the written word. We urge conservatives in Alabama’s First District to give Quin Hillyer the opportunity to put those words into action by voting for him in the special election on September 24.”
The ACU Political Action Committee is the political arm of the American Conservative Union, the nation’s oldest and largest grassroots conservative organization. The committee supports candidates for office who reflect the conservative principles on which ACU was founded. The goals of the ACU PAC are to increase the number of quality candidates who share our commitment to conservative principles and to protecting and advancing the fiscal, social and security priorities of the Reagan era. These funds are utilized in conjunction with endorsements and public announcements to communicate our support for chosen candidates to their constituents and conservatives across the nation.
The ACU recently announced its 2013 Ratings of Congress, the 42nd edition of the conservative ratings guide. For more information on the ACU PAC or to download the full 2013 Ratings of Congress, please visit conservative.org. To support, or learn more about Quin Hillyer, visit hillyerforcongress.com.
Founded in 1964, the ACU represents the views of Americans who are concerned with economic growth through lower taxes and reduced government spending and the issues of liberty, personal responsibility, traditional values and national security. ACU first began rating members of Congress on key conservative voting issues in 1971, and since then their ratings system has become the most important conservative measuring stick in American politics.
The Hill By: Charles N. W. Keckler
Ten years ago, a promising conservative jurist outlined the principle by which King v. Burwell should have been
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 26, 2015
ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp on today’s Supreme Court decision in “Obergefell v. Hodges”:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2015
For More Information Contact: Ian Walters email@example.com 202.347.9388
(Washington, DC) Today, The American Conservative Union (ACU) Chairman
CPAC 2016 will be March 2nd – 5th, 2016 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center.
This gives conservatives and our like-minded
The Iran Nuclear Deal: What Can We Expect?
This summer, President Obama and Secretary Kerry seek to establish a nuclear
Written By: Spencer Brown
In a speech on voting rights in Houston, Texas, Thursday afternoon, democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton outlined three groups of disenfranchised