National Defense PAC Endorses Brian Mast For Congress

Stuart, Fla. – Today, November 4, the National Defense PAC endorsed Brian Mast for Congress. This is the latest in a long string of endorsements.

“NATIONAL DEFENSE PAC today announces with extreme pride its endorsement of SSgt Brian J. Mast USA (Ret.) (EOD) for United States Congress to represent Florida’s 18th Congressional District. Brian is himself the son of a veteran and has served in the military for 12 years, until he was medically retired as a Wounded Warrior double amputee.”

RADM James Carey USN (ret), Chairman of NDPAC, said, “Brian’s august academic and military credentials will make him a great congressman. As an EOD in Afghanistan, Brian proved his courage and willingness to sacrifice everything in the line of duty. Brian is a small-government, fiscally conservative veteran committed to cutting corruption out of Congress and reducing taxes. His vision for the future of our country, particularly on national defense and fiscal policy, is one National Defense PAC believes in. I trust him to do everything in his power to rebuild the US military, reform the VA, secure the border, and protect individual liberties, especially those enshrined in the 2nd Amendment.”

Brian Mast: “I am honored to receive the endorsement of the National Defense PAC in my candidacy for the United States Congress. National security will be a top priority for me as a member of Congress. I have seen the enemy face to face, and know that the war we are in is not only a war of military force, it is also a war of ideology. ISIS seeks to destroy western civilization, and our very way of life. We need a new national security strategy and a defense budget that allows us to implement it. We need leaders in Washington who understand how to protect our interests and those of our allies, as well as America’s unique leadership role in the world. The world is safest when America is the strongest. Congress has an important role to play in terms of national defense. Congress’s oversight function is a critical part of the job that is lost on too many people.”