Thursday, August 06, 2020

Rick Santorum Endorses Stephanie Bice for Congress


Senator Rick Santorum Endorses Stephanie Bice for Congress

OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 6, 2020) - Stephanie Bice, conservative Republican candidate for Congress in Oklahoma’s 5th Congressional District, earned the endorsement of former Presidential Candidate and Pennsylvania United States Senator Rick Santorum.

“I’m honored to receive the support and endorsement of Senator Santorum,” Bice said. “He is one of our nation's strongest voices for American families. He’s led the way on policies that put American workers first, including prioritizing US manufacturing. Sen. Santorum has fought to address the challenges confronting American workers and I am grateful for his support.”

Santorum, who won Oklahoma’s 2012 presidential primary, said Bice would represent Oklahoma’s conservative values in Congress.


“I am proud to endorse Stephanie Bice for Congress. Stephanie is a proven conservative who is committed to defending our Second Amendment rights, protecting the unborn, and standing up for Oklahoma¹s taxpayers, Sen. Santorum said. “As a state senator, Stephanie led on conservative free-market principles and I am confident she will take these values to Washington.”

“Stephanie will be a strong voice for Oklahoma¹s conservative values in Congress and I look forward to working with her campaign in the coming weeks to help her become the Republican nominee in Oklahoma¹s 5th congressional district,” he said.

Rick Santorum is a widely respected and recognized leader on conservative issues. He is a former United States Senator from Pennsylvania and candidate for President of the United States. He is the author of “Blue Collar Conservatives: Recommitting to an America That Works.”

Bice, a two-term state Senator, is a pro-life conservative. She supports securing our nation’s borders and reforming America’s broken immigration system.

Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District is located in the central area of the state and includes a portion of Oklahoma County, Pottawatomie and Seminole counties.

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