37 conservative Ohio leaders endorse Cruz


A group of conservative leaders in Ohio have endorsed Ted Cruz for president.

Ohio's primary is March 15, early voting starts Feb. 17.

“There are a number of reasons to consider as key justifications to support a presidential candidate. We see increasingly chaotic situations around the world, and here at home, our basic human rights are under attack,” said Phil Burress of Citizens for Community Values.

Here's a list of the endorsements, according to the group:

*Personal endorsements; Titles for informational purposes only.

  1. Phil Burress* - President of Citizens for Community Values Action
  2. Molly Smith* - President of Cleveland Right To Life
  3. Lori Viars* - Board Member of Conservative Republican Leadership Committee
  4. Diane Stover - Founder of NE Ohio Values Voters
  5. Linda Theis* - President of Ohio ProLife Action
  6. Linda Harvey* - Founder of Mission America
  7. Bobbi Radeck* - Former State Director of Concerned Women for America
  8. Crystal Gurry* - Former Legislative Liaison of Concerned Women for America
  9. Former State Rep. Linda Reidelbach* - Board Member of Ohio ProLife Action
  10. Former State Rep. Diana Fessler - Public Policy Analyst
  11. Pastor JC Church* - Sr. Pastor, Victory in Truth Ministries
  12. Ed Sitter* - Executive Director of Greater Toledo Right To Life
  13. Barbara Burkard* - Miami Valley Citizens Informed
  14. Sue Hardenbergh* - Co-Leader of Anderson Tea Party
  15. Joseph Platt, Esq.* - Board Member of Family First
  16. Mary Clark* - Board Member of Greater Cincinnati Right to Life
  17. Joan Loebker* - Former V.P. of Greater Cincinnati Right To Life
  18. Debbie Smith* - President of Warren County Right To Life
  19. Councilman Don Prince* - Mason City Councilman & former Warren Co. Republican Central Committee Chairman
  20. Pastor Bruce Moore* - Warren Co. Republican Executive Committee member
  21. Candice Keller* - Butler Co. Republican Central Committee member
  22. T.J. Honerlaw* - Warren Co. Republican Executive Committee member
  23. Denver Sallee* - President of Lake Co. Right to Life; V.P. of Geauga Co. TEA Party
  24. Pastor Tim Throckmorton* - Crossroads Church, Circleville OH
  25. Jeannine Jones* - Secretary of Cleveland Right to Life; Member of Ohio Right to Life PAC
  26. Pastor Ernie Sanders* - Exec. Dir. of Geauga County Right to Life, President Geauga County TEA Party
  27. Marlene Johnson* - Greene County Republican Central Committee Member
  28. Mike Kelley - Business Owner & Member of Eastern Delaware County Republican Club
  29. Annette Kocka* - Convention of The States Ohio District Chair 6
  30. Bob Lattimer - State Board of Eagle Forum of Ohio
  31. Lois Arconti*
  32. Pickaway County Republican PAC
  33. Benjamin Mutti - Spokesman, Richland Community Family Coalition
  34. Bonnie Kaufman* - Conservative Activist
  35. Kimberly Fletcher* - President & Founder of HomeMakers for America Inc.
  36. George Opria* - Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. Marine Corps (Retired)
  37. Roseann Siderits* - Board Member of Family First

 


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