Maggie's List Endorses Kat Cammack
"I am truly honored to earn the endorsement of Maggie’s List and I look forward to working with these incredible patriots for many years to come."
Gainesville, FL - Kat Cammack, the Republican nominee for Florida's Third Congressional District, has received an endorsement from Maggie's List. Maggie's List is a Federal Political Action Committee created to raise awareness and funds to increase the number of conservative women elected to federal public office. Since 2010, this group of dedicated women have had an outstanding record for endorsing successful candidates for United States Senate and U.S. House of Representatives. Sandra B. Mortham, Chairman of Maggie’s List and former elected Florida Secretary of State gave the following statement: “Maggie’s List is proud to endorse Kat Cammack, a true conservative. She has the tools to make a difference in Congress and will fight for the needs of Florida’s 3rd district. She will hit the ground running in Washington. “Cammack embraces the core values of Maggie’s List: fiscal conservatism, less government, more personal responsibility, and strong national security.” Kat Cammack released the following statement in response: “As a strong conservative woman, I am proud to stand alongside so many others who are prepared to defend our values in Washington. We must work together to continue to show all Americans in every corner of our country that the principles we fight for offer the best path forward. As we rebuild our economy, we know that the policies of a limited government that empowers our small businesses are the ones that will bring us back to the strong economy we had just one year ago. "Through voices like ours, we can ensure that message is heard loud and clear this November. I am truly honored to earn the endorsement of Maggie’s List and I look forward to working with these incredible patriots for many years to come.”
Kat Cammack is a small business owner, a proud wife to a first responder, an alumna of the United States Naval War College, and the longtime former Deputy Chief of Staff to Congressman Ted Yoho (R, FL-03).