POWELL – This week conservative Congressional candidate Melanie Leneghan received the endorsement of House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows and the House Freedom Fund. This marks the eighth key group in the past few weeks to announce backing Leneghan for the 12th Congressional district primary to be held May 8th.
“Change in Washington begins by changing the kind of people we send there,” Rep. Meadows said. “It starts with electing real conservative leaders like Melanie Leneghan. Melanie is a Christian Conservative, a Constitutional Conservative, and Trump Conservative. She is a fighter who won’t back down. As a Liberty Township Trustee, Melanie has a proven record of saving taxpayers millions of dollars and successfully stopping every left-wing liberal initiative the failed, corrupt establishment tried to force through. Melanie is exactly what we need more of in Congress.”
The House Freedom Fund is the political arm of the House Freedom Caucus who ONLY endorses candidates “who are dedicated to open, accountable, and limited government – candidates who will fight to defend the Constitution and advance policies that promote liberty, safety, and prosperity for all Americans.”
“Even with the election of President Trump, more change is needed in Washington and the House Freedom Caucus is leading the way to stand up for Conservatives,” Leneghan said. “The endorsement of Chairman Meadows and the House Freedom Fund along with our many other Conservative supporters is a clear indication of the momentum our campaign has as we fight for our shared Conservative values.”
The Leneghan campaign’s commitment to conservative voters is earning praise. In the past few weeks, she has earned endorsements of many key conservatives, including:
Congressman Jim Jordan Ohio Right to Life PAC First Freedom Ohio
We the People Convention
National Association for Gun Rights PAC
Ohio Value Voters
Right to Life Action Coalition of Ohio
“I am honored to be on Melanie’s team,” Rep. Meadows said. “We can count on her to stand with us to defend freedom and Drain the Swamp!”
Leneghan’s commitment to families is rooted in her Christian faith. She stepped away from a successful business career to stay at home and raise her two daughters. Currently, Leneghan serves as a Liberty Township Trustee. She and her husband Patrick have been married for more than 20 years.