Thursday, the Concerned Women For America (CWFA) announced it had endorsed Dave Spence for Governor of Missouri. CWFA is the largest women’s public policy organization in the nation. CWFA represents nearly a half million members from all walks of life who share a vision to restore family values to its traditional purpose.
“I’m truly honored to receive the endorsement of the Concerned Women For America,” said Spence. “The CWFA shares the views of so many Missouri women who are raising families, trying to get our economy going, while remaining active in their communities. Just like the CWFA, I’m proudly pro-life and believe in the same religious liberty the organization ardently supports. Jay Nixon is a pro-choice, liberal, career politician who vetoed Missouri’s religious liberty bill this year. The difference between Jay Nixon and I could not be more distinct.”
The Concerned Women for America endorsement is another in a broad coalition supporting the Spence Campaign this election. In addition to the CWFA, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce’s Chamber PAC, Missouri Right to Life, Missouri Farm Bureau’s Farm PAC, Missouri Corrections Officers Association, the Eagle Forum, and the Missouri Trucking Association have endorsed Dave Spence’s campaign for Missouri Governor.