Chantel Hoyt

Legislative Assistant

Chantel Hoyt serves as a Legislative Assistant for Family Research Council’s Government Affairs team. Under the leadership of the Senior Director of Government Affairs, Chantel tracks legislation and congressional hearings related to the organization’s core issues; writes score letters and talking points that inform members of Congress on key items of legislation; drafts communications that keep constituents abreast of important policy initiatives; and performs other administrative duties as needed to help FRC advance life, family, and religious freedom at the federal and state level.

Before serving in this role, Chantel worked as a data entry specialist for a transportation company and interned with FRC’s Government Affairs team. She graduated cum laude from Regent University with a bachelor’s degree in Government in 2020, building on an associate degree in Business Administration from NHTI-Concord’s Community College in her home state of New Hampshire.

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Recent Activity

House Conservatives Are Fighting Back against Biden’s Extremism, One Appropriations Bill at a Time

‘Don’t Do This to Kids’: State Hearings on Gender Transitions for Minors Draw Large Crowds

‘I Can Never Get My Old Body Back’: Montana Senate Hears Testimony for the ‘Youth Health Protection Act’

Human Rights Watch’s Puzzling Stance on Intersex Children and Surgery

Arkansas SAFE Act Trial: ACLU Argues for Child Sterilization

Marijuana Legalization Is on the Ballot in Five States, But Should Voters Be on Board?

For Montanans, Protection for Abortion Survivors Is on the Ballot This November

‘This Is the Starting Line’: Pro-Life Activists Vow to Support Moms and Babies

States Move to Protect the Unborn, Parental Rights, and Women's Sports

Pro-Abortion States Are Desperately Moving to Codify a "Right" to Abortion

Missouri Moves to Protect Minors from Gender Transition

State Legislators Kick off 2022 with a Bang

Abortion Survivors Are One Signature Away from Gaining Full Protection in Ohio

Good News: Ohio Is Strengthening Protections for Abortion Survivors

Wisconsin's Gubernatorial Election Cannot Come Soon Enough for the Unborn

FRC in the States: Preparing for a Post-Roe World

State Round-Up: Protecting Adoption Agencies and Foster/Adoptive Families

State Round-Up: Chemical Abortion Bans

State Round-Up: Protecting Unborn Children from Discriminatory Abortions

State Round-Up: Protecting Access to Counseling

State Round-Up: Protecting Abortion Survivors

State Round-Up: Defunding the Abortion Industry

State Round-Up: A Growing Number of States Are Protecting Minors from Transgenderism

Arkansas Moves to Protect Children from Gender Transition Procedures

Elected Leaders Are Moving to Protect Children and Religious Freedom

Alabama Seeks to Protect Minors from Gender Transition Drugs and Surgeries