NC Values Coalition Endorses Chad Slotta for Congress

NC Values Coalition Endorses Chad Slotta for Congress

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 4, 2022

Executive Director Tami Fitzgerald: “Chad’s faith, experience, and rock-solid conservative credentials make him the best choice for Congress.”
Holly Springs, N.C. – The N.C. Family Values Coalition, one of North Carolina’s largest faith-based grassroots organizations, today endorsed Chad Slotta in the election for North Carolina’s 13th Congressional district.

Slotta, a pastor of 20 years and father of three teenagers in Wake County Public Schools, said,“Congress needs people who are there to do something, not be something. For too many up there, politics is their religion and government is their savior. I’m grateful for the support from the N.C. Values Coalition, and in Congress I’ll work to realign America with the Judeo-Christian values, constitutional conservative principles, and America First policies that make us great.” 

Tami Fitzgerald, Executive Director of the N.C. Family Values Coalition, said, “Chad Slotta is a life-long leader in the pro-life movement, and we expect he will be a staunch advocate for the unborn and their mothers in Congress. His own daughter’s early birth at 23 weeks taught him the value of protecting every precious life.” Fitzgerald continued, “It is refreshing to see such an outspoken leader on issues dear to North Carolina families when one of his leading opponents, Bo Hines, said he’s‘not a social conservative’ and ‘is a lot more liberal on certain social issues.’ We believe that Chad Slotta will represent North Carolina and the 13th Congressional District with integrity, great intellect, and the values that conservative voters of faith believe in.” 

About Chad Slotta 

Chad served as a Christian pastor for 20 years, including seven at a church in Cary, North Carolina. Following the passing of his father, Chad took over his family’s small business. He has remained active in the faith community through Slotta Global Mission. Chad and his wife Leah have three children in Wake County Public Schools. Chad has been active in pushing to reclaim the primary role of parents, not bureaucrats, in public education. Read more here.