Hice Receives True Blue Award, Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's Scorecard
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) was recently named an honoree of the True Blue Award, a distinction that the Family Research Council (FRC) Action gives to Members of Congress who have exhibited extraordinary leadership and commitment to the defense of family, faith, and freedom. Hice received a perfect 100 percent rating for votes cast during the first session of the 115th Congress.
“As someone who stands for pro-family issues and the defense of life, I am humbled to be recognized as a ‘True Blue’ honoree,” said Congressman Hice. “Advancing the values of faith, family, and freedom is a task that I take very seriously, and I will continue to work tirelessly as an advocate for these principles in Congress.”
“We thank Rep. Hice for consistently voting to defend and advance faith, family and freedom,”said Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council. “As a 'True Blue Member' he voted 100 percent on FRC Action’s Scorecard including votes to repeal and replace Obamacare, deliver long-needed tax cuts that are already providing much needed relief to working families, stand for religious liberty, overturn President Obama’s transgender military policy, end the forced partnership between taxpayers and Planned Parenthood, and protect pain capable babies.”
“Rep. Hice deserves praise for his unwavering commitment to stand for life, family, marriage, and religious liberty,” continued Perkins. “Georgians should be encouraged to know that they have a Member of Congress such as Rep. Hice who has come alongside other members and our president to begin the work of rebuilding our nation, and protecting the very values that made America great.”
Click HERE to read FRC Action’s scorecard for the first session of the 115th Congress.
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