Topeka - Former Governor of Arkansas, Fox News host and the winner of the 2008 Kansas Presidential Caucuses, Mike Huckabee, today endorsed Senator Pat Roberts in his re-election bid for the U.S. Senate.
“We need conservative warriors like Pat Roberts fighting for us in the U.S. Senate, and I am proud to endorse his candidacy,” Huckabee said.
“Pat is a pro-life, small government, family values conservative who has fought tirelessly for lower taxes, less spending and stronger border security. His work to repeal and replace Obamacare and roll back the President’s tidal wave of job stifling regulations is unparalleled. He’s a champion for the Second Amendment and all of our constitutional freedoms, which are under assail.
“We need more leaders like Senator Roberts in our party. I can think of no one better to serve the people of Kansas in the U.S. Senate. I urge you to get out and vote for Pat Roberts.”
Roberts thanked Governor Huckabee for being a part of the Roberts’ team.
“I am honored and humbled to have Governor Huckabee’s support in this campaign,” said Roberts. “Mike is a patriot, a conservative champion, a man of faith and an amazing public servant whose incredible career and dedication to his principles have never wavered. I am thrilled to have him in my corner as we continue to march toward victory.”
Governor Huckabee’s endorsement adds to the overwhelming and unprecedented amount of support garnered by Pat Roberts ahead of the 2014 elections. Roberts is endorsed by 30 state senators, 79 state representatives, the entire Kansas congressional delegation, and all statewide GOP officials on the ballot this year. Additionally, he has support from the American Conservative Union, the NRA, the Chamber of Commerce, the NFIB, National Right to Life, Kansans for Life, the Kansas State Rifle Association, the Kansas Farm Bureau, the Kansas Livestock Association, the Kansas Black Republican Council, Kansas Realtors, Senator Bob Dole, Speaker Newt Gingrich, leading conservative and Washington Times Opinion Editor David Keene, and many others.