BLACK CONSERVATIVES FUND DEBUTS TO SUPPORT BLACK CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATES
TO BE AMERICA’S LARGEST BLACK CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE
Washington, D.C. – Black conservatives are rising and uniting with the announcement of Black Conservatives Fund (BCF) as America’s largest political action committee to elect black conservative candidates at all levels of government.
Black Conservatives Fund is committed to supporting black conservatives who are dedicated to spreading the message of limited government and traditional values. The organization will support candidates through direct contributions in addition to web, TV, and radio advertisements, conducting get-out-the-vote drives, and funding other activities that BCF endorsed candidates may need.
“All across America, black conservatives are running for office in record numbers. The lock that the liberals have held on the black vote is slowly but surely breaking,” said Anita Moncrief, a founding member of BCF’s board of advisors.
Ms. Moncrief is senior advisor at True the Vote, but is best known as the “ACORN whistleblower” that exposed the damage the organization has done to the impoverished and marginalized communities, as well as rampant voter fraud.
“An entirely new generation of black leaders is stepping forward to help save this nation,” continued Ms. Moncrief. “They believe that the welfare state and corrupt education system are destroying our future. They understand that big government has created nothing but big problems. Not only that, they are willing to stand up and fight back against the Left-wing race baiters of the Democratic Party.”
Presently there is no single organization, including any political action committee, truly focused on recruiting credible black candidates, financially backing them, and including the black community on issues like paying down the national debt, welfare reform, strong national defense, limited government, and faith and family values. Black Conservatives Fund intends to fill that void by providing grassroots support not only win elections, but to help transform American politics.