What do the following seven people all have in common? They’ve all endorsed Mike Huckabee for President!
Zig Ziglar, internationally acclaimed motivational speaker/teacher who has written 26 books, endorsed Huckabee and said, "I’ve observed him throughout his political career and believe he is the best representative of the conservative movement on the American political scene. I will be encouraging all voters to look closely and seriously at Mike Huckabee, the man I believe will best represent the values and beliefs of conservative Americans." Watch the video!
Jerry B. Falwell, Jr., the chancellor of Liberty University, endorsed Huckabee and said, "My father supported Huckabee before he was number two in the polls. We’re just proud, honored to have you here."
Michael Farris, cofounder of the Home School Legal Defense Association, endorsed Huckabee, saying, "As governor, Mike Huckabee was the first to appoint a homeschooler to the Arkansas State Board of Education, and to our knowledge, he’s the first to do so in any state".
Daniel Webster, Florida Senate Majority Leader, has endorsed Huckabee for President: "Governor Huckabee is a principled, conservative leader who has proven he has the leadership qualities to be the next president of the United States."
Jim Gilchrist, founder of the Minuteman Project, has endorsed Huckabee. He writes: My endorsement of former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee was not decided over night. It was six weeks in the making. Governor Huckabee came to me…solicited me for help. Although I personally sent every candidate for president a certified, registered, return receipt query about his or her position on the immigration chaos, only Governor Huckabee bothered to reply. Not only did Governor Huckabee solicit input from minutemen, he also published on his web site http://www.mikehuckabee.com a written "plan" on how he will address the more salient issues of illegal immigration. When I read his published statements of position on the issue, it seemed as if I had written the "plan" myself. It is tough. It is demanding. And it leads America back to its heritage as "a nation governed by the rule of law".
Beverly LaHaye, founder of Concerned Women for America, endorsed Huckabee with her husband Tim and said, "I support Mike Huckabee because he is genuinely pro-life – true to Biblical morality – a man of absolute faith in God and courageous enough to try to do something to bring America back to its foundation."
Jerry B. Jenkins, co-author of the Left Behind series and former vice president of Moody Bible Institute, endorsed Huckabee and said, "This is the first time I have ever publicly endorsed a candidate, that’s how strongly I feel about Mike Huckabe. I resonate with his values and personal character and believe he is the kind of man who can guide the country through difficult times."