Little Rock, Arkansas – Today, Governor Mike Huckabee (R-Arkansas) and Huck PAC announced their endorsement of Marco Rubio for U.S. Senate in Florida.

“I am very excited to endorse Marco Rubio for U.S. Senate because he’s a strong conservative who will join us in fighting Obamacare, standing strong against Isis and promoting strong families. Americans are looking for leaders who will keep their promises to the people. In the U.S. Senate Marco is helping lead these fights and is the right choice for conservatives and Republicans in Florida," said Gov. Huckabee.

"Marco is committed to protecting Life and is a strong advocate for traditional marriage. Marco supports tax reform and has been a leader in Washington in the fight to repeal Obamacare. These are the reasons why I am supporting Marco through my political leadership committee Huck PAC.”

For more information about the candidates Huck PAC is supporting, visit

Gov. Mike Huckabee and Huck PAC announced his endorsement of the re-election of Osceola City Councilman Tyler Dunegan. In a statement, Gov. Huckabee said:

"I've known Tyler Dunegan for quite some time and I have seen him in action. The citizens of Osceola benefit by having someone with Tyler's experience on the City Council. His connections in Little Rock certainly help Osceola. Tyler is sincerely determined to make a difference and is well versed on the issues. I am honored to support him."

Gov. Mike Huckabee announced his endorsement of Sonia Barker for Arkansas State Representative today. In a statement, Gov. Huckabee said:

“I am proud to endorse Sonia Barker for State Representative in Arkansas’s House District 7. Sonia is a true conservative whose Christian values are much needed in today’s political arena. She believes in the sanctity of life and marriage, the importance of the right to bear arms, and most of all she will work for limited and responsible government. She is the best candidate for South Arkansas.”

Gov. Mike Huckabee announced his endorsement of Rep. Dave Wallace for Arkansas State Senate today. In a statement, Gov. Huckabee said:

“I’m proud to endorse Representative Dave Wallace for State Senate because Dave has been a much needed and reliable conservative voice in Little Rock. He has worked hard to protect traditional values, support our Second Amendment, cut red tape on small businesses, and grow our rural economy. Dave Wallace is pro-life and shares our conservative Arkansas values. Representative Wallace will be a great Senator for District 22 and all of Arkansas.”

Rep. Dave Wallace said: “I am humbled to have the support and endorsement of Governor Mike Huckabee. He is a trusted voice for conservative values and someone who understands the importance of electing conservatives in Arkansas.”

Dear Friends,

It's easy to get FRUSTRATED by events in Washington. You might be surprised to know that I am actually INCREDIBLY EXCITED. I must confess, though, that it's developments in the other Washington, which have me so encouraged.

My friend, DANILLE TURISSINI is running for State Senate in Washington STATE.

Danille is a servant-leader who has encouraged and equipped men and women of faith to get involved in the public arena for decades. When an opening came up in the state Senate seat where she lives, she rolled up her sleeves and actively worked to find a good person to run.  When person after person said no, she was asked if she would run. After much prayer by she and her husband, Dave, she finally said "yes".

She was then attacked by the leader of the Senate Democrats for being "against LGBTQ rights and women’s health". 

(BTW, Danille's opponent is a male, pro-abortion politician. Why do far-left provocateurs always make the case that a pro-life woman is somehow less interested in women's health than a pro-abortion male?  Most women I know think that another woman would really understand and fight for women's health.)
The leader of the Senate Democrats also said that they must defeat Danille to keep "hate out of our state government".

Let me be clear, the "hate" that this Seattle-area politician is talking about is the love of God that permeates from Danille and motivates her to serve and genuinely value others, in spite of any differences. This Seattle politician would attribute that very same HATE to YOU and me.

Danille has a few adult children and is a proud grandparent like me. She has a proven track record of leadership and the ability to find common ground for bringing people together. In fact, that is how she and I became friends in 2008, when she brought me into her network of musician friends from Music Aid Northwest to participate in a benefit to raise money for music programs in schools.

She is exactly the type of leader that WE NEED MORE OF.

Danille's district is the very farthest one in the northwest of the continental U.S. The crashing Pacific surf hits the base of the towering Olympic mountains. Good men and women make their living there, cutting huge Douglas firs, growing lavender, creating fine arts, crafting wine, and catching wild Pacific salmon. It has a rich Tribal history too. Danille tells me the entrepreneurial spirit there is just as impressive as the surroundings. 

She is prepared to FIGHT for family-wage JOBS for the people of her district. She will fight for FAMILIES. She will fight for their BUSINESSES. She will fight for COMMON SENSE laws that empower the people in her district to be the very best they can be.

Danille has helped me in the past. I would really like all of my friends to be there for her now. Let's give her a BIG push into the General!

The Washington Primary is AUGUST 2nd. Danille is already going through to November because she only has one opponent. However, she's never run for office before so she could really use our help so she can continue to introduce herself to voters. She needs to raise about $150,000 in order to run a successful race in a district like hers.

The limits in Washington are $1,000 for the primary and $1,000 for the general. However, a husband and a wife with a business could actually send $6,000 for all three of them.

But really, anything you can afford would be a blessing to her. If just 150 people contribute $50, it would get her raise $7,500, the cost of a districtwide mailing; 300 people contributing $25 would help her buy another one. You can contribute here.

Log on to and let's HELP our sister TODAY.

God bless you,