Concerned Women Political Action Committee Endorses Businesswoman and Winter Park Councilmember Karen Diebel for Congress in Newest Congressional District
Karen will be a much needed reinforcement for social conservatives in Congress
Washington, D.C. — Concerned Women Political Action Committee (CWPAC) has announced its endorsement of Karen Diebel for Congress in Florida's newest congressional district.
Concerned Women PAC, established in 2002 by founder and chairman Mrs. Beverly LaHaye, is affiliated with Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee, the nation's largest public policy women's organization with more than 500,000 grassroots members nationwide.
Karen Diebel ran for Congress in the 24th District in 2010, and while she was not successful in that effort, she made a lasting impression on many in the pro-life, pro-family movement as someone who will carry a conservative agenda to Washington. While it is still not clear where the lines will be drawn in the new district, it is expected that Karen's home will fall within the bounds.
Commissioner Karen Diebel has been an effective advocate on the Winter Park City Commission for pro-family and business-friendly tax policy.
"Getting to know Karen over the course of campaign 2010, it became clear to me that she would be a positive voice for the unborn and the family," said Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women PAC.
"Karen Diebel's business background coupled with her pro-life convictions will make her a powerful addition to Congress in 2012.
"Concerned Women PAC endorses Karen Diebel because she will be a strong voice for the unborn and conservative values in Congress."
Penny Nance and Concerned Women Political Action Committee's mission is to elect solid pro-family, pro-life conservatives to Congress. For more information on this race, or to set up an interview with Penny Nance, please contact Mike Mears at 202-408-4941.