The EFM Feature

You may have already seen this, but Gov. Romney announced his National Faith And Values Steering Committee today. There are some familiar names:

The Romney For President National Faith And Values Steering Committee Chairs:
- Dr. Robert Andringa, President Emeritus, Council for Christian Colleges & Universities, Arizona
- James Bopp, Jr., Romney For President Special Adviser on Life Issues, Indiana
- Barbara Comstock, Former Department of Justice Spokesperson and former Susan B. Anthony List Advisory Committee Member, Virginia
- Mark DeMoss, President, DeMoss Group Public Relations, Georgia
- Ovide Lamontagne, New Hampshire
- Chris Long, Chief Operation Officer, Foster Friess & Associates, Delaware
- Gary Marx, Executive Director of the Judicial Confirmation Network, Former Executive Director of the Virginia Christian Coalition, Bush-Cheney ’04 Conservative Coalitions Director, Virginia
- George Seay, Co-Founder and CEO, Annandale Capital; Co-Founder and Chairman, Legacy, Texas
- Jay Sekulow, Constitutional Attorney and Supreme Court Advocate, District of Columbia
- Lou Sheldon, President, Traditional Values Coalition, California
- Matthew Spalding, Director, B. Kenneth Simon Center For American Studies, The Heritage Foundation, District of Columbia
- Jack Templeton, Jr., Chairman, Let Freedom Ring, Pennsylvania
The Romney For President National Faith And Values Steering Committee Vice-Chairs:
- Jim Anthony, South Carolina
- Rep. Dennis Baxley, Speaker Pro Tempore, Florida House of Representatives, Florida
- Dee Benedict, Christian Activist, South Carolina
- Jason Bonham, Illinois State Director, Legacy Law Foundation, Illinois
- Sen. Cameron Brown, Michigan State Senate, Michigan
- Nathan Burd, Director of International Program & Public Policy, Heartbeat International, Ohio
- Steve Chamberlain, Senior Pastor, Branford Evangelical Free Church, Connecticut
- Tom Coates, Vice President, Truth About Gambling, Iowa
- Dr. Jay Dennis, Senior Pastor, Lakeland, Florida
- Dr. Paul K. Driessen, Esq., Senior Policy Adviser, Congress On Racial Equality, Virginia
- Joe Earle, Former Director Of Church and Community Development, Iowa Christian Alliance, Iowa
- James Edwards, Government Relations Consultant, Olive-Edwards, Virginia
- Paul Erickson, Executive Director, Citizens for the Republic, South Dakota
- David French, Senior Counsel, Alliance Defense Fund, Tennessee
- Nancy French, Author, Red State of Mind, Tennessee

- Justin Hart, Vice President of Communications, Lighted Candle Society
- Jeff Hunt, Account Executive, The Clapham Group, District of Columbia
- Keith Hunter, Board Member, Iowa Christian Alliance, Iowa
- Don Hutchings, Senior Pastor, Evangel Temple, Arkansas
- M.F. Jackson, Pastor, South Carolina
- Gary Jarmin, President, American Service Council, California
- Sen. Dave Johnson, Conservative Activist, Iowa
- Jimmy Jones, Director, Christ Central Ministries, South Carolina
- John Kingston, Massachusetts
- Gary La Ferla, CEO, G3 International, California
- Wendy Long, Chief Counsel, Judicial Confirmation Network, New York
- Drew McKissick, National Board Member, Christian Coalition, South Carolina
- Charles Mitchell, Conservative Writer, District of Columbia
- Kathy Oltmans, Christian Activist, Iowa
- John Pudner, RNC Catholic Task Force, Alabama
- Melinda Ronn, Senior Faith-Based Consultant, MKR & Associates, Connecticut
- Sen. Alan Sanborn, Michigan State Senate, Michigan
- Jordan Sekulow, Former National Youth Director, Bush-Cheney ’04, Virginia
- Rep. Fulton Sheen, Michigan State House of Representatives, Michigan
- Camille Solberg, Former President, Wisconsin Coalition for Traditional Marriage, Wisconsin
- David Vicinanzo, New Hampshire
- Mark White, Senior Pastor, Christian Assembly of God, South Carolina
- Lori Wortz, Former Board Member, Citizens for Traditional Values, Michigan
*Organization names are listed for identification purposes only and should not be construed as endorsements by such organizations.

CHARLES adds: Lest anyone think less of me, I just want to make clear that I actually live on what some call the fun side–but what we all know is the free side–of the Potomac, not in DC proper. Oh, and more importantly, a reader commends David Brody’s comments to your attention. Obviously he was talking about Nancy.


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