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Florida Attorney General Defends Marriage

By June 5, 2014Florida
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Do you feel like you only hear bad news anymore? Well not today! I have great news!

Your Attorney General, Pam Bondi, took a very public stance in defense of marriage this week with an amazing statement you can read here AND her office filed a legal brief defending Florida voter’s decision in 2008 to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman as husband and wife.

Way to go Pam!

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Now here’s your chance to do something: would you please take a minute out of your day to show Attorney General Pam Bondi that you stand with her? Part of responsible citizenship is encouraging the good and letting our elected officials know we are watching and WILL reward them with our support when they faithfully defend the values we hold dear. So give her a call, show her some love on Facebook, or tweet her a big thank you on Twitter.

You can contact Bondi’s office here:
Switchboard: 850-414-3300

You can reach Bondi’s Facebook page here:

You can reach Bondi’s Twitter page here:

Reminder: The Florida Marriage Protection Amendment was passed by 62 percent of the voters in 2008 when about five million Florida voters voted to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman as husband and wife.

I spoke with CWA of Florida State Director Terri Johannessen this morning who spoke of Pam’s continued great work for the state of Florida on some of our most important issues, including sex trafficking, the sanctity of life, and marriage. Terri said: “We want to send a message to Attorney General Pam Bondi that CWA of Florida agrees with her statement and stance on marriage. CWA of Florida encourages her, prays for her daily, and has her back. CWA of Florida is 20,000+ strong – men and women – who have the same beliefs our Attorney General does and will do all we can to protect the sanctity of marriage in the great state of Florida.”

Act now to encourage good behavior by our elected officials!

Thank you!

Penny Nance
Chief Executive Officer and President
Concerned Women for America