Congressman Lamborn Tapped as a Co-Chair of the Values Action Team
Washington D.C. - Congressman Doug Lamborn (CO-05) will co-chair the House Values Action Team (VAT) for the 116th Congress. He has served as a member of the VAT during his entire tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives. He will formally assume the role in January at the start of the 116th Congress. Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler will continue to chair the VAT along with Congressmen Robert Aderholt and Jody Hice serving as two of the co-chairs.
Congressman Doug Lamborn (CO-05) released the following statement:
"I'm humbled to co-chair such an important group that is dedicated to protecting and fighting for faith and values through the legislative process here in Congress. It is an honor to join the VAT leadership team as we continue to promote pro-life values, family issues, and freedom of religion."
Rep. Hartzler said: "I am pleased to welcome my friend and colleague, Doug Lamborn, to the VAT leadership team. Doug is a stalwart advocate for the unborn and a courageous champion for the men and women facing religious persecution and mistreatment. His experience serving the people of Colorado, both in the Colorado General Assembly and now as a skilled federal legislator, will reinforce VAT's advancement of faith, family, and freedom priorities."
VAT is a registered Congressional Member Organization with a membership of over 100 Members of the House. VAT Members of Congress partner with like-minded citizen groups to achieve common legislative and administrative goals safeguarding women and children, supporting the institution of marriage, and ensuring First Amendment freedoms for all Americans.