Kelly: Humbled to have support of fellow Combat Veterans
TUPELO, MS – Trent Kelly, District Attorney, Colonel and two-time Iraq Veteran, received yesterday an endorsement from The Combat Veterans for Congress Political Action Committee (PAC).
“I am humbled to have the support of fellow Combat Veterans,” Kelly said. “Thank you, Combat Veterans for Congress PAC for the endorsement.”
Co-founded in August 2009, the Combat Veterans for Congress PAC endorses candidates, “who previously demonstrated their willingness to ‘Go Into Harm’s Way’ to protect and defend teammates in combat.” Candidates who receive endorsements are fiscally conservative men and women who are committed to reining in Congressional spending and dedicated to defending the U.S. Constitution.
“I have fought for this great nation on the battlefields of Iraq,” Kelly said. “I have fought for victims and law enforcement against criminals in the courtroom. I will fight for the people of Mississippi in the United States Congress.”
A copy of the endorsement of Col Kelly can be found here (http://combatveteransforcongress.org/cand/3156). Text of the Combat Veterans for Congressional PAC endorsement follows:
The Combat Veterans for Congress PAC is endorsing the 103rd Combat Veteran For Congress in 6 years; he is a fiscally conservative candidate who will work to rein in the out of control spending by the Congress and the Obama Administration. He will work toward unleashing the private sector to create jobs, eliminating newly imposed federal regulations that have restricted the growth of small business, take care of the Nations Veterans, and will provide for a strong National Defense, Col Kelly believes in the sanctity of life, traditional family values, the right of citizens to keep and bear arms, and will support enforcement of Immigration Laws to stop Illegal Aliens from crossing the southern border. Col Trent Kelly, Mississippi Army National Guard (MSARNG) resides in Saltillo, MS and is a 29 year veteran of the Mississippi Army National Guard. Colonel Kelly is running in a Special Election to fill the vacant seat that resulted from the untimely passing of Congressman Alan Nunnelee (R-MS-1).