Vote for family values

Vote for family values

To the many who vote on family values, I humbly request you vote for Alan LaPolice, a Gulf War veteran, as the best family values person to be nominated in the Aug. 5 Republican primary election for Congress in the First District of Kansas.

I know LaPolice would work within the law to promote family values, unlike his opponent who participated in civil disobedience outside of George Tiller's abortion clinic. On Jan. 22, LaPolice attended the March for Life in Washington, a positive rally, not a negative protest like the one which resulted in his opponent's arrest in Wichita during the Summer of Mercy.

LaPolice has been the target of a smear campaign, which no one would mistake for an act of Christian love. The incumbent says the challenger's past work as a movie actor will not be an issue in the campaign, yet it was Huelskamp's campaign which mailed DVD copies of the film to media outlets, and campaign surrogates continue to misrepresent the matter.

For the record, LaPolice responded by saying: "I am concerned that individuals in leadership roles who claim to share my strong family values would confuse acting with advocacy."

LaPolice is a practicing Catholic and "happily married with three beautiful daughters." Show your family values by being a part of an overwhelming LaPolice victory in the GOP primary election.

Kent Roth,