Miller will be launching his rally at 10 a.m. Sunday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 344 W. Workman St., Covina, CA.
Miller called to “citizens of faith” to adhere to their “obligation” to oppose Napolitano, Democratic incumbent for the 38th District.
Miller called Napolitano “anti-religious liberty and pro-abortion” in a recent statement.
Napolitano, who identifies herself as Catholic, has a mixed voting record on church and state separation issues, according to Americans United. As a member of the Democratic Leadership Council, she advocates “tolerant traditionalism,” which upholds traditional moral and family values while resisting attempts to impose them on others.
“I believe we need to reinforce our core values and our constitutional rights,” said Miller, a staunch supporter of constitutional fundamentalism. “I will fight for all Americans, and stand for religious freedom our efforts to protect the future for our children and grand children.
Miller will continue to rally at churches every Sunday to promote religious freedom and campaign for a seat in Congress in the weeks ahead of the Nov. 6 election.