Kendall Qualls is a U.S. Army Veteran, healthcare executive, and community volunteer is running in Minnesota’s third congressional district against Democrat Congressman Dean Phillips. His motto of “putt aside partisan game-playing and focusing on the issues that matter” is gaining more traction.
The Kendall for Congress Committee today announced it has received the endorsement of Empower America, a nonpartisan nonprofit. Empower America ‘s mission is to identify, train and invest in diverse leaders who advocate limited government, individual liberty and opportunity for all.
The Executive Director of the Empower America Project, Jimmy Kemp, described Qualls as a “fresh face advancing opportunity for all Americans.”
Kendall Qualls is honored “to be trained and endorsed by Empower America, an organization that shares our campaign’s objective of preserving America’s enduring principles, and moving people toward a goal that is larger than each individual and that transcends racial, economic and gender differences.”
Qualls’ endorsement by Empower America continues a long and distinguished list of national leaders, including Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina. Kendall Qualls has accrued additional endorsements from former Congressman Erik Paulsen, the Freedom Club of Minnesota, 23 Republican Party chairs, co-chairs, deputy chairs and county chairs in the Third District, Qualls has been added to the National Republican Campaign Committee’s Young Guns program.
In his own words, Qualls says his “life hasn’t always been easy, but it’s been a blessing through the good times and the tough times. It has provided me with a foundation of commitment, compassion and courage, as well as the leadership skills I’ll take to Congress to put to work for you.”