Press Release: WV Family Foundation Announces Publication of 2012 Voter Guides and PAC Endorsements

Press Release: Family Group Announces Publication of  2012 Voter Guides and PAC Endorsements

August 20, 2012

Press Release


CONTACT: Kevin McCoy
Phone: (304) 721-4636
Email- info@wvfamily.org


Family Group Announces Publication of
2012 Voter Guides and PAC Endorsements


ELKVIEW, WV – The West Virginia Family Foundation, an affiliate of the American Family Association based in Tupelo, Mississippi, announced Monday the groups PAC endorsed candidates and 2012 Voter Guides of candidates positions  on family values issues.

Kevin McCoy, President of the West Virginia Family Foundation stated, “The information contained in our 2012 Voter Guides educates the public concerning candidates positions on several key social issues most West Virginian’s hold dear” McCoy said.

McCoy stated no candidate must be permitted to allude or avoid being accountable to their constituents concerning their positions on traditional family values prior to any election.

“People elected to public office are entrusted with enacting laws which have a direct impact on their constituents children  and families for many years to come. We believe in open accountability of all those who seek to govern in public policy”.

McCoy continued “It is the duty of all candidates running for public office to be transparent and forthright concerning their positions on public policy issues in order to enable voters with the ability to make an informed decision of a candidates suitability to serve in that position”.

McCoy quoted President John F. Kennedy to reinforce his groups position on accountability.

“The men who create power make an indispensable contribution to the nation’s greatness, but the men who question power make a contribution just as indispensable, for they determine whether we use power, or power uses us.” — John F. Kennedy

“The 2012 Voter Guides will provide voters with critical information on their candidates positions regarding traditional family values. Once voters are educated then they are empowered to make informed decisions before entering the ballot  box and granting power to those seeking public office” McCoy concluded.

The 2012 Voter Guides can be viewed and downloaded at: http://wvfamily.org/voterguides/


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