Organizers Pledge to Engage and Mobilize Disenchanted GOP Voters
WASHINGTON, DC – Hundreds of former George W. Bush presidential administration, campaign and political staff have joined together to form the 43 Alumni for Biden political action committee (PAC) to support Joe Biden and drive a mission of restoring the principles of unity, tolerance and compassion to the greatest elected office in the world.
Through our advocacy, 43 Alumni for Biden seeks to unite and mobilize a community of historically Republican voters who are dismayed and disappointed by the damage done to our nation by Donald Trump’s presidency. Our efforts will focus on engaging voters with shared concerns about the future of our country and compelling them to make the right choice by supporting Joe Biden.
“For four years, we have watched with grave concern as the party we loved has morphed into a cult of personality that little resembles the Party of Lincoln and Reagan,” said Karen Kirksey, 43 Alumni for Biden PAC Director. “We endorse Joe Biden not necessarily in full support of his political agenda but rather in full agreement with the urgent need to restore the soul of this nation. Once elected, we look forward to working in a bipartisan way through civil, spirited debate on the many important issues facing Americans today and for decades to come.”
43 Alumni for Biden was formed and organized by a group of alumni from the 43rd Administration but welcomes the participation and support from family, friends, colleagues and others who believe in our mission to elect Joe Biden as the next President of the United States.
“Joe Biden called on every American to, ‘Look at where we are now and think anew. Is this who we are? Is this who we want to be? Is this what we want to pass on to our children,’” said organizing committee member Kristopher Purcell. “We believe that a Biden administration will adhere to the rule of law, ensure equal protection for all Americans and restore dignity and integrity to the White House. This November, we are choosing country over party.”