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Jim Anderson (KS-4) Picks Up Major Endorsement from Catholic Families for America

CFA Executive Director: "As our organization rolls out a series of endorsements in 2010 House races, we are proud that Jim Anderson, a rock-solid, traditional values Republican in Kansas' 4th District, is running to protect the Constitution, overblown spending, and the integrity of Kansas families."

Contact: Dr. Kevin Roberts, Catholic Families for America, 512-686-3125, kroberts@catholicfamiliesusa.org

WASHINGTON, Nov. 11 /Christian Newswire/ -- Today Catholic Families for America (CFA) announced its endorsement of Jim Anderson, U.S. House of Representatives candidate for the Republican nomination in the 4th District of Kansas.

"When we started our effort as lay Catholics to promote traditional values and family-friendly tax policies," said Dr. Kevin Roberts, executive director of CFA, "we hoped that we would have candidates of the superb quality of Jim Anderson. He is the 'real-deal' for conservatives: a pro-life, God-fearing businessman who will defend the Constitution."

Catholic Families for America is a national public advocacy group with main offices in Washington, D.C., and Austin, Texas. The organization is building a network of state chapters as well in anticipation of the 2010 midterm elections.

"Jim Anderson is running not for personal pride, gain, or honor -- he's running out of a patriotic and Christian duty to be a voice of reason in a capital city run amok in reckless spending and anti-family corruption," Roberts said. "Jim really personifies the kind of representative common people need in Washington."

Roberts also cited a Catholic voter outreach model that his organization will use in 2010, which CFA will deploy in several dozen House districts, including Kansas-4. CFA is currently in the midst of a major fundraising campaign that will underwrite that effort.

The GOP primary will be held August 3, 2010, with the general election following on November 2, 2010.