Defending the family

Public Advocate Completes National Education Campaign

Citizens throughout America received cards in their mailboxes in the days leading up to the 2002 midterm elections warning of the dangers that were being posed to the American family by many candidates. Public Advocate of the United States, the sponsor of the cards, reached about twenty million citizens through mailings and other direct means.directly and many thousands more through media interviews initiated because of mailings.

In the Madison, Wisconsin area Public Advocate was featured by at least 10 different media outlets including the Capital Times, the Wisconsin State Journal, WERN Radio, WHA Radio, WIBA Radio, and WKOW the local ABC affiliate after a cross section of 400,000 citizens received Public Advocate postcards.

Public Advocate was also featured on Yahoo! News and various local media outlets for their mailings in Montana, Arizona, and Minnesota.

"When voters went to the polls in these races and throughout the country they knew which candidates supported our families and which ones were running as the handpicked lapdogs of the radical homosexual lobby," stated Eugene Delgaudio, Executive Director of Public Advocate. "Even when some pro-homosexual rights candidates, their staff representatives or some members of the liberal media lashed out at us for telling the truth, all they accomplished was informing more voters about the dangers that some of these candidates posed to Americans through new anti-family laws and regulations."

Recipents of the cards were randomly selected from the general population. Public Advocate has been fighting for traditional family values since 1978. The group is a 501.c.4 organization and donations are not tax deductible for IRS purposes.

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