Greg Burt is a communications, media, and government policy specialist with over 21 years of experience in public relations, marketing, journalism, public affairs, grassroots activism, and legislative advocacy. He has worked as an award-winning investigative reporter, ran Congressional offices in Colorado for Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave; worked for former California Senator Mimi Walters in Orange County and served Senator Shannon Grove as her press secretary for several years at the state capitol when she was a member of the Assembly.
Greg is now the Director of Capitol Engagement for the California Family Council acting as a watchdog over the state legislature on the issues related to religious liberty, parental rights, the value of human life from conception to natural death, and the biblical definition of family and gender. He has a BA in Communications from the University of the Nations, and two MA degrees, one in public policy and the other in journalism from Regent University. Greg lives in Elk Grove with his wife of 23 years and his three children. He is a member of LifePointe Christian Church in Elk Grove.
Independence Day should be an event where families and friends gather for barbecues and community firework shows, celebrate our country, and be grateful for its rich Judeo-Christian heritage. But this year, it’s hard not to be a bit overwhelmed with how divided our country has become.
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