One of our Capitol Hill neighbors, Aaron Mercer–VP of Government Relations for National Religious Broadcasters (NRB)–stops by ERLC’s Leland House to talk Internet freedom, viewpoint censorship, net neutrality, and his former life as a Senate staffer.
- Annual Conference: Proclaim 16, Feb 23-26 – Nashville, TN
- John Milton Project
- NRB Government Relations
- Follow Aaron’s work at @NRBAdvocate
- The ERLC is delivering content to NRB TV. Friday nights at 8:00pm.
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Aaron Mercer is the Vice President of Government Relations for National Religious Broadcasters (NRB). Overseeing NRB’s Capitol Hill office, Aaron is an advocate for NRB members as he communicates with officials of the White House, the United States Congress, the Federal Communications Commission and other government institutions. Aaron spearheads NRB’s efforts to protect and promote our cherished First Amendment rights – particularly religious liberty and the freedom of speech. Prior to coming to NRB, Aaron worked for a decade in government and non-profit sectors in Washington, DC. While in the office of U.S. Senator Sam Brownback (KS), Aaron served as the chief organizer of the Senate Values Action Team. He became a leading voice among Congressional staff for finding creative avenues to honor the sanctity of human life, to promote healthy families, and to ensure respect for religious freedom and our nation’s faith-filled heritage. Aaron is a graduate of Cedarville University in Ohio, he and his family are active members of South Run Baptist Church in Springfield, VA.