Arizona State Rep. Mark Finchem (R), who is running for Secretary of State in the Grand Canyon State, announced his endorsement for three Republican American first candidates this week and ahead of the November midterms.
Finchem gave his seal of approval for Colonel Conrad Reynolds, who is running for Congress in Arkansas’ 2nd district, Jarome Bell for Congress in Virginia’s 2nd District, and for Tina Peters, who is running for secretary of state in Colorado.
“I endorse Colonel Conrad Reynolds for Congress in Arkansas’ 2nd Congressional District. He is a true America First fighter who understands what is at stake in this election. I know he will build the wall, defend our country from invasion, and will protect our guns. Please support Conrad Reynolds today to help him win decisively,” Rep. Mark Finchem wrote on Twitter Monday.
A native Arkansan and military veteran, Reynolds is a retired military intelligence officer, having served in the United States Army for twenty-nine years. He is a decorated combat veteran who has been awarded the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Bronze Star, and the Seal Medallion of the Central Intelligence Agency, according to Reynolds’ congressional campaign website.
Reynolds is challenging the incumbent, French Hill, because Hill has veered in the wrong direction for the people of the Second Congressional District. For example, Hill sided with Democrats in dismissing Trump’s questioning of the 2020 election results. Further, Hill voted with Democrats on the establishment of a partisan January 6 Committee, which has turned out to be nothing other than a tool for attacking Trump, his website states.
Hill also voted with House Speaker Pelosi and Democrats to establish a compulsory national data base for tracking vaccine status. By contrast, Conrad Reynolds supports election integrity, believes the truth about the 2020 election should be exposed, and feels that each American should make his or her own decisions in health matters.