ASHLAND, Mo. – Taylor Burks’ campaign announced today that the Disabled Veterans Coalition PAC has endorsed his run for Missouri’s 4th Congressional District. Disabled Veterans Coalition is an expenditure-only political action committee dedicated to educating leaders about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs, and creating overall better infrastructure for our veterans to get the services they need once they come home.
National Chairman Jason Gilbert said this of Disabled Veterans Coalition PAC’s endorsement:
“As the National Chairman of the Disabled Veterans PAC, this is an official endorsement of Taylor Burks for Congress. He is by far one of the most impressive Congressional candidates we’ve seen out of hundreds.”
“I am honored to receive the endorsement from the Disabled Veterans Coalition PAC. Our veterans deserve better than what they are getting from the VA. For many the battle continues when they come home, and in Congress, I will fight to get my brothers and sisters in arms the help they need to transition back to civilian life,” said Taylor Burks.
Burks served for nearly eight years in the United States Navy on active duty and is now an officer in the Navy Reserves. Burks has received awards for his service including the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Joint Commendation Medal, two Navy Commendation Medals, and two Navy Achievement Medals.
For the entirety of Chairman Gilbert’s endorsement of Taylor Burks for Congress, you can view his recent video here.