Montgomery, AL-Today the Judge Roy Moore for U.S. Senate campaign announced the endorsement of Focus on the Family founder Dr. James Dobson. Dr. Dobson released the following statement about his endorsement of Judge Moore.

"It is my pleasure to be among the many solid conservatives who are supporting Judge Roy Moore's candidacy for the United State's Senate.

I've known Judge Moore for over 25 years and I know him to be a man of proven character and integrity. I often ask God to raise up men and women of faith who will govern the nation with biblical wisdom. I believe Judge Moore to be such a man for this time.

It is regretful that the Senate Leadership Fund in Washington has smeared the good name of Judge Moore and his wife Kayla in this campaign. I can vouch for him as a man who will bring honor to the United States Senate. He has always stood for our Christian conservative values including the sanctity of life, traditional marriage and religious liberty. He will be a champion for families in the United States Senate.

As a private individual, I am honored to endorse Roy Moore for the United States Senate, and pray that his election will be the start of a new generation of leaders who will return this nation to the constitutional principles upon which it was founded. I urge my friends in Alabama to go to the polls this Tuesday and vote for Judge Roy Moore for the United States Senate."

"I am honored to have the endorsement of Dr. Dobson." Judge Moore said in a statement. "Dr. Dobson and Focus on the Family have been having a positive impact for 40 years, by helping build strong marriages and families, which leads to a stronger America."

Dr. James Dobson is the founder of Focus on the Family and has been called "the nation's most influential evangelical leader" by the New York Times. Focus on the Family is a global Christian ministry dedicated to helping families thrive. Dr. Dobson is also the founder of the Family Research Council, the author of 30 books and host of a daily radio program broadcast on 7,000 stations worldwide.


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