Basic Freedom and Good Citizenship at Heart of Candidate Endorsement List

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Home schooling organization endorses slate of candidates.

After extensive research, this week the THSC Political Action Committee released its official candidate endorsement list for the upcoming March primaries. The PAC's endorsement list has been compiled to inform Texas' 100,000 strong home school

community and the general public of preferred candidates likely to support the freedom of the home schooling community, based on a comprehensive questionnaire sent to candidates from across the state.

"The slate of candidates that we've recommended was based on the candidates' replies after consultations with home schooling leaders," says Tim Lambert, Chairman of THSC PAC.

The endorsed candidates list will aid thousands of home schoolers who are volunteering in their own neighborhoods supporting candidates with phone calls, block walking, and other methods as part of THSC's Good Citizenship Program. The program is designed to teach children the importance of citizen participation in the voting process.

"Our mandate is to strongly encourage home schoolers to actively and vigorously support candidates who have been supportive of home schooling with their time, energy, and resources," says Lambert.

The endorsement list also includes candidates for open seats whom THSC PAC believes will be supportive of home school freedoms. The list is available online at http://thscpac.org.

For more information about the THSC PAC and their stance on the March primaries or to arrange an interview, contact Tim Lambert at 806-744-4441.

Texas Home School Coalition Association is one of the largest home school organizations in the United States. THSC Association helps new home schoolers in Texas and provides leadership training for local support groups and legal assistance for member home schoolers throughout the state as well. THSC PAC is the political action committee.

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