From Homelessness to the House of Representatives

In 2011, Kat Cammack’s family lost the cattle ranch she grew up on and was forced into eviction and pushed into homelessness for months. Later the same year, Representative Ted Yoho (R-FL) invited Cammack to join his campaign. She went on to serve as his campaign manager and became deputy chief of his staff for a long time.

Cammack will represent the constituents of Florida’s 3rd Congressional District when she joins the 117th Congress as the youngest GOP woman in history. She feels it’s important to share American comeback stories like hers: “My story is not a Republican story. It’s not a Democrat story. It’s an American story,” she said. “At this point in time, in our divided nation, we need people that look at the problems and solutions as Americans. Not as one party vs. another.”

Consider: You never know how someone you minister to might be able to rise up and serve because of your investment in their life.

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