Phyllis Schlafly Elected as
National Delegate at Missouri Convention
Branson, MO: Today at the Missouri Republican State Convention in Branson, Phyllis Schlafly, founder and chairman of Eagle Forum, was elected as a national delegate to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Phyllis has participated in every convention since 1952.
“Politics is where the action is and the Republican Party is where we can make a difference. I am proud to be a Republican and attend our Conventions,” Schlafly said. “I look forward to joining other conservatives in Cleveland to pass our solid, conservative platform that includes a strong defense of the unborn, traditional marriage, and the American military superiority that has given us ‘peace through strength.’
“I hope that my fellow delegates, especially those being elected to the Platform Committee, will read my new book released this week called How the Republican Party Became Pro-Life. I detail our fight to change the Republican Platform and turn the GOP away from it’s pro-abortion days under Nixon.
“We need solid, authentic conservative delegates this year to beat back the plans of the Kingmakers and the party bosses! I am hopeful my new book will help serve that purpose. I look forward to serving the conservative movement once again in Cleveland this July.
“In Cleveland, I will proudly cast my vote for the next President of the United States of America, Mr. Donald J. Trump.”