PHOTO RELEASE: Rep. Daniel Webster Earns “A” Grade from Moms for America
Washington, D.C. — This week, U.S. Representative Daniel Webster, R-Clermont, made the “Moms List” by earning an “A” grade on the Moms for America Action’s legislative report card.
“Families are the foundational building blocks of our communities and our society,” said Webster. “I am honored to receive this recognition of my record of fighting to ensure parents are fully empowered to make the best decisions for their son or daughter. I will continue to champion policies that protect the parents’ role in making healthcare and education decisions on behalf of their minor children, expand parental choice in education, and help parents establish a strong, safe family environment.”
“We are excited to give an A to Rep. Daniel A. Webster (R-FL) as we release our first-ever Congressional Report Card,” said Kimberly Fletcher, President of Moms for America. “Our Report Card pulled no punches. From Medical Mandates to Mask Mandates, from radical Critical Race Theory to Gender Equality, from the right to keep and bear arms, to School Choice—our 2022 Report Card finds both political parties lacking the will to take necessary steps to protect the interests of America’s moms.”
Moms for America Action Report Card
The Moms for America Action Report Card examined 20 votes taken by the 116th Congress and ranked members of the House and Senate based on 10 key votes. The goal of the report card is to assign a letter grade so that constituents know what actions their legislators have taken on critical issues facing mothers in America. For information on actions taken by Rep. Daniel Webster visit www.mfaaction.com/congressional-report-card/.