ACU Endorses Andy Matthews

The American Conservative Union (ACU) today announced its endorsement of Andy Matthews for election in Nevada to the State Assembly in the 37th District.

“Serving four years as president of the Nevada Policy Research Institute, Andy Matthews set the standard for conservatism in Nevada.” said Chairman Matt Schlapp. “Andy Matthews is determined to implement education reform and expand the economy and an accomplished policy expert and a proven leader in Nevada’s strong conservative movement. ACU endorses Andy Matthews without hesitation and urges all Nevadans in the 37th district to vote for Andy Matthews today.”

“The American Conservative Union, our nation’s longest serving conservative grassroots organization, is proud to endorse Andy Matthews for Nevada State Assembly, District 37,” stated ACU Board Member and former Nevada Attorney General Adam P. Laxalt. “Conservative voters and activists throughout Nevada can rely on Andy to preserve and protect our shared values of life, liberty, and property. Now more than ever, Nevadans need a proven and principled conservative champion to help rebuild Nevada’s economy while protecting our Constitutional rights and freedoms. Join ACU and the many other principled conservative individuals and organizations in supporting Andy Matthews for State Assembly.”

Founded in 1964, the American Conservative Union (ACU) is the nation’s original conservative organization. For more than fifty years, ACU has served as an umbrella organization harnessing the collective strength of conservative organizations fighting for Americans who are concerned with liberty, personal responsibility, traditional values, and strong national defense. As one of America’s premier conservative voices, ACU promotes a conservative vision on issues before Congress, the Executive Branch, State Legislatures, the media, political candidates, and the public.

Conservatism in your inbox

Sign up for weekly emails to stay connected, take action, and get informed.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.