Suwanee, GA— Value In Electing Women PAC (VIEW PAC) announced its endorsement of Lynne Homrich in her race for Georgia’s 7th Congressional District. VIEW PAC is a committee focused on increasing the number of republican women elected to federal office and supports credible, electable female candidates.
“Lynne Homrich is model of what a candidate for Congress should be and we are thrilled to endorse her,” said Julie Conway, Executive Director of VIEW PAC. “Lynne’s career as a business executive, small businesswoman, and founder of a nonprofit encouraging women and girls to take leadership roles in their communities, gives her the real world experience that is badly needed in Washington and will allow her to shatter the status quo.”
Accepting the endorsement, Lynne Homrich thanked VIEW PAC for their support:
“I am honored to receive the endorsement of VIEW PAC. Our grassroots campaign continues to build momentum and our message of standing up to the resistance of Democrats to get results for the people of the 7th Congressional District is resonating. I share VIEW PAC’s goal of getting more Republican women elected to Congress and hope that my candidacy will show other women that they can make a difference for our country.”
In addition to VIEW PAC’s endorsement, Lynne Homrich is on Congresswoman Elise Stefanik’s EPAC ‘Women to Watch’ list and was recognized by the NRCC’s ‘Young Guns’ program. Since announcing her candidacy, Homrich has outpaced the rest of the 7th District field in fundraising and her campaign has built a formidable ground game—knocking on over 20,000 doors and contacting more than 90,000 total voters.
Lynne Homrich worked as an executive in human resources at Home Depot. Homrich also founded She’s a 10, a nonprofit dedicated to building confidence and character in young women and preparing them for leadership roles. Lynne and her husband David have lived in the Atlanta area for 30 years and have raised their four children here. Visit LynneHomrich.com to learn more about Lynne and her campaign to bring real world experience and common sense to Washington.