Source: Press Release
Fort Thomas, Kentucky - State Senate candidate and lifelong conservative Deb Sheldon received her third endorsement in her bid to replace retiring Senate Katie Stine. Sheldon received the endorsement of the conservative, pro-family Commonwealth Policy Center. Sheldon is the only 24th district Senate candidate to receive the nod of support` from the Commonwealth Policy Center. And Deb is one of only two Senate candidates in all of the Commonwealth to receive the coveted endorsement--incumbent Senator Sara Beth Gregory also received the endorsement. Sheldon previously received the endorsement of Northern Kentucky Right to Life and the College Republicans at Northern Kentucky University endorsed her.
The Policy Center’s executive director, Richard Nelson, said,
“Your commitment to protect innocent life, marriage between one man and one woman, religious liberty and sound economic policies garnered our endorsement.”
Mr. Nelson was recently a keynote speaker at the Pendleton County Republican Party’s first ever Lincoln Reagan Dinner. The purpose of the Commonwealth Policy Center is to preserve the bedrock values of life, marriage and fiscal responsibility in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It seeks to educate the general public on critical issues of the day, work for policies that grow the Commonwealth, protect our freedoms, and influence elections on behalf of conservative candidates.
On receiving the endorsement, Deb commented, “I am humbled that in my first race for public office, the Commonwealth Policy Center is confident I will bring the same maturity, leadership style, and work ethic to replace Senator Katie Stine. I will always be a principled leader for the families and children who live in Campbell, Pendleton, and Bracken counties.”