Family Research Council Action “True Blue” Award
March 15, 2016

FRC Action released its annual Vote Scorecard for Members of Congress and Senators showing which Members demonstrated an unwavering commitment and consistent support of faith, family and freedom during the first session of the 114th Congress. In all, 89 representatives, including Walorski, scored a perfect 100 percent on this year’s scorecard. Key FRC Votes in the U.S. House included:

  • Eliminating Taxpayer funding for Abortion
  • Repealing Obamacare
  • Repealing the Death Tax
  • Banning abortion on five month-old pain-capable unborn children
  • Short Term Government Funding without Defunding Planned Parenthood
  • Defunding Planned Parenthood and Repealing Key Elements of Obamacare
  • Votes to prevent the relaxation of marijuana laws

Family Research Council Action President Tony Perkins made the following comment regarding Rep. Walorski:

“We thank Representative Walorski for consistently voting to uphold the fundamentals of faith, family and freedom. Rep. Walorski voted to repeal key parts of Obamacare, protect the unborn, end the forced partnership between taxpayers and Planned Parenthood, and protect state marriage laws before the Supreme Court changed the historic definition of marriage.” “We can be encouraged by elected officials who are willing to be criticized by some in the media and the intolerant voices of secularism as they stand for family values.  Congress as a whole is often criticized, and rightfully so, but there are individual Members, like Rep. Walorski, who deserve praise for their unwavering commitment to stand for life, family, marriage, and religious liberty. ” “Family Research Council Action and the hundreds of thousands of families we represent are proud to recognize [Rep. Walorski] for [her] faithful work.  Our hope is that in the next Congress, she will be joined by many more like her,” Perkins concluded.”

Walorski has a 100% voting record with Family Research Council. To view a copy of the Vote Scorecard, visit http://www.frcaction.org/scorecard