No one can deny, it is a right and a privilege to let your voice be heard on issues that matter to you and your family. Dr. Dobson urges every Christian to stand up and be counted in your caucus' and primaries – AND in the national election in November. Also find out how you can rally your friends and neighbors to come to the polls with you.
Capitol Hill Switchboard: 202-224-3121
House Republican leadership:
Speaker of the House, John Boehner
Majority Leader, Eric Cantor
Majority Whip, Kevin McCarthy
Judiciary Committee Chairman, Lamar Smith
Ask your Republican leadership to please bring HR 3541, the Prenatal Non-Discrimination Act, to the House floor for a vote.
Bill Dallas is the CEO of United in Purpose - a Non Profit Organization whose mission is to help bring God's name back to the center of every day life in America. A graduate of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Bill lost his thriving real–estate business when he was convicted of embezzlement and sentenced to five years in San Quentin State Prison.
Congressman Trent Franks: After his release in August 1995, he founded the Church Communication Network (CCN), a satellite and Internet communications company which served over 8,000 churches across North America. CCN, was the world's largest satellite–based training network for churches. Bill was the host of Solutions, a weekly satellite program with Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend. He is the coauthor, with George Barna, of Lessons from San Quentin: Everything I Needed to Know about Life I Learned in Prison. Bill lives in northern California with his wife and daughter.
Congressman Trent Franks is a conservative Reagan Republican, and he has spent most of his life working on children’s issues and trying to build a better future for all children.
Trent is someone who still believes that there is such a thing as the truth and that people and principles should be at the center of political discourse in America. He works very hard in The United States Congress for smaller government by cutting government waste, reducing taxes, bureaucracy, and regulation. Trent believes in personal responsibility, free enterprise and that government's first purpose is to protect its innocent citizens.
Trent is a former member of the Arizona House of Representatives. While in the House, he served as Vice-Chairman of the House Commerce Committee and Chairman of the House Sub-Committee on Child Protection and Family Preservation.
In January of 1987, Trent was appointed by the Governor to head the Arizona Governor's Office for Children, which is a Cabinet level division of the Governor's office responsible for overseeing and coordinating state policy and programs for Arizona's children.
Trent served four and a half years as the Executive Director of the Arizona Family Research Institute, a non-profit organization associated with Dr. James Dobson's Focus on the Family for the purpose of advocating public policy to protect children and families in Arizona. The Arizona Family Research Institute later became the Center for Arizona Policy.
Trent Franks is past Chairman of the Children’s Hope Scholarship Foundation and a Republican Member of The United States Congress. He has served on the Budget Committee, the Small Business Committee, and now serves on the Armed services Committee and the Judiciary Committee, and is now Chairman of the Constitution Subcommittee.
He is a member of the Republican Study Committee, the House Working Group on Judicial Accountability, House Working Group on Waste, Fraud and Abuse, the Congressional Hispanic Conference, the Liberty Caucus, the DUI Caucus, the Human Rights Caucus, the India Caucus, the Refugee Caucus, and the Education Freedom Caucus.