Identify the conservative Republican Pro Life Candidates in the Republican primary.
Massachusetts Pro Life Candidates MassMassachusetts voters elect in the Republican and Democrat primaries on September 6. For a list of Massachusetts pro life candidates, we recommend the below. Republican candidates.
Congress District 3 - Tom Weaver
Congress District 4 - David Steinhof
Congress District 5 - Jeff Semon
Congress District 6 - Bill Hudak (Write-in Candidate)
Congress District 8 - Matt Temperley
Congress District 9 - Christopher Sheldon
Mass State Senate District Candidates:
First Essex: Sam Meas
Second Essex and Middlesex: Paul Adams
Fourth Middlesex: DR. Gerry Dembrowski
Second Suffolk and Middlesex: Steve Aylward
Second Worcester: Steve Simonian
MA State House of Representatives District Candidates
18th Essex: Jim Lyons
Sixth Plymouth: Daniel Webster
Deb Beth: 12th Plymouth
Mike Franco 8th District
Mike Franco, candidate for Governor’s Council
Mass Massachusetts has a competitive race for Senate and congress. Mass Massachusetts could elect several Republicans due to the Obama backlash and several congressional races for congress also remain competitive for Christian office holders.
Mass Massachusetts Candidates for Congress Senate Pro Life anti AbortionCheck the above list for Massachusetts anti abortion candidates. The problem with Mass is that the state is so liberal and with so few Republicans, it takes a lot of courage for an office holder to take a stand for life.
Please consider this scenario. Several youngsters are drowning in a neighborhood lake. They are thrashing the water and crying out for help. There is a large, heavy raft nearby that could be used to rescue the drowning youths, but it would take several people to haul it into the water and then row it out to the victims.
Massachusetts Pro Choice Candidates for Congress Senate Pro AbortionPro choice voters in Mass will be voting in the Democrat Primary. Many pro choice or pro abortion office holders are often Republicans. Now, as it happens, there are more than enough people standing around the lake whose combined efforts would be more than adequate to rescue the drowning young people. Instead of grabbing the life raft and heading out to save the victims, however, they all start making speeches.
Wisconsin Pro Life Candidates Pro Choice?Wisconsin voters elect in the Republican and Democrat primaries on August 14. For a list of Wisconsin pro life candidates, we recommend the below.
Wisconsin Christian Pro Life candidates
Mark Neumann (R) -
for US Senate is best choice from Wisconsin. Christian conservative
Lauren Stephens for Congress (WI-6) Wisconsin sixth District for Congress the Tea Party favorite.
Incumbent Tom Petri (R) scores a weak conservative voting record of 60%. http://heritageactionscorecard.com/scorecard/index.html#wi#state#Wisconsin
U.S. Senate Mark Neumann (R) - Conservative Choice Summary information on Wisconsin candidates with their web sites and additional info election. Wisconsin will be electing a new US Senator in the August 14, 2012 election race primary. The pro choice list has not done as well for this election.
Wisconsin Pro Life Candidates for State Legislature and Congress
Wisconsin State Senate Conservative CandidatesSenate District 14 Luther Olsen
Senate District 20 Glenn Grothman, inc. (R-West Bend)
Senate District 24 Scott Noble
Senate District 28 Mary Lazich, inc. (R-New Berlin)
Senate District 18 Rick Gudex (R-Fond Du Lac)
Senate District 30 John Macco, Ray Suennen
District Assembly Dist 3 Brandi Lefeber
Assembly District 13 Rob Hutton, Thomas Schellinger
Assembly District 25 Paul Tittl
Assembly District 26 Michael Endsley, Devin LeMahieu
Assembly District 34 Robert Swearingen
Assembly District 39 Mark Born, or Tracy Heron
Assembly District 49 David Kuhle
Assembly District 53 Michael Schraa
Assembly District 56 David Murphy, or Jim Pleuss
Assembly District 70 Daniel Wald
Assembly District 86 John Spiros
To obtain list of pro life congressional candidates for Congress in Wisconsin for the August Primary, go to: Wisconsin Conservative Congress http://conservativecongress.com/states/wisconsin/
Wisconsin will be electing several in the congressional races for Congress. For information concerning senate and congress races in Wisconsin see: Wisconsin Senate Candidates 2012
Wisconsin Pro Life
For more information, additional candidates including local candidates for the Wisconsin House and Senate Legislature, Congress, and more visit:
Wisconsin Right to Life http://www.wrtl.org/MEC/index.html
We all have a responsibility to become informed about the candidates and the
issues so that our pro choice selections will be based on the truth and will reflect the principles of our faith and our nation.
We wish to underscore the absolute centrality of the protection of human life. Support and promotion of abortion by any candidate is always wrong and can never be justified.
We will never cease to denounce abortion and euthanasia and teach all
Christians that to support those positions is to support death over life.
New York Pro Life Candidates List Election Race 2012New York voters elect in the Republican and Democrat primaries on June 26. For a list of New York pro life candidates, we recommend the below:
U.S. Senate New York - - Wendy Long (R/C) -
U.S. Congress for New York
District 1 Randy Altschuler, or George Demos
District 3 Stephen Labate, or Anthony Tolda
District 4 Frank Scaturro, or Fran Becker
District 17 Nita Lowey or Joe Carvin or Kellie Greene (R) - Tea Party Activist:
District 20 Bob Dieterich
District 21 Matt Doheney, or Kellie Greene
District 22 Michael Kicinski
District 24 Ann Marie Buerkle or Paul Spencer
District 25 Maggie Brooks or Ann Marie Buerkle Endorsed by The Eagle Forum:
District 26 Mike Madigan
District 27 Chris Collins, or David Bellavia
New York State Senate Recommended Candidates 2012 District 41 Neil DiCarlo
District 43 Kathy Marchione
District 51 Jim Blake
District 55 Sean Hannah
District 60 Chuck Swanick and Kevin Stocker
District 62 Johnny Destino
New York State Assembly Recommended CandidatesDistrict 99 Colin Schmitt
District 101 Brian Maher
District 105 --New district-- Kieran Lalor, Pat Manning, Richard Wagner
District 114 Karen Bisso
District 145 Robert Restaino
District 147 Vacant Seat David DiPietro
Liberal Pro Gay Republicans - Those who voted pro gay to make gay marriage legal in New YorkNew York State Senators wearing the GAY BADGE OF SHAME:
Roy McDonald Dist 43 - Liberal Pro Gay Republican
Mark Grisanti Dist 60 - Liberal Pro Gay Republican
James Alesi Dist 55 - Liberal Pro Gay Republican
Stephen Saland Dist 41 - Liberal Pro Gay Republican
New York elects 29 to Congress. Information on key races. Several competitive races are key to the Republican take over of congress. View information of several important congressional races in New York. Issues of the day and conservative recommendations: New York Candidates for Congress, See the list of who is the pro life and Tea Party supported.
New York Senate Candidates
Wendy Long is the Conservative Choice for New York Senate
New York Pro Choice Candidates vs. Pro LifeThe Democrat pro choice list is slate and for pro choice Republicans the positions are not as open. New York has a hard time electing conservatives to state wide office in New York. With the backlash this year, it may be different: Wendy Long has the support of the Conservative Party. is the pro life and Tea Party supported.
New York State Senate Candidates for Pro Choice Abortion
Senator Roy McDonald - Pro Choice Republican Candidate
f Republicans in the 43rd State Senate District are hoping to elect a state senator who reflects the core values of their party, they need to look further than liberal Roy McDonald.
Roy McDonald, throughout his years in the New York State Assembly, had a poor record with New York State Right to Life. McDonald cast votes in favor of lethal human embryonic stem cell research and human cloning. He voted for legislation that would have allowed doctors and hospitals to deny care to patients, even against the wishes of family members. And Roy McDonald, a Republican, even voted consistently, year after year, to use your taxpayer dollars to pay for abortion.
New York is one of only four states to voluntarily pay for abortion through state funds. It is an optional Medicaid expenditure that costs the taxpayers tens of millions of dollars per year. At a time when the New York state budget is being cut from all angles and taxes on all New Yorkers are still out of control, shouldn’t Medicaid funds be used for medical problems? And shouldn’t we be able to count on our Republican state senator to vote against optional Medicaid expenditures like elective abortion, which is not even health care?
The constituents of the 43rd State Senate District, of which I am one, deserve better than a pro-abortion tax-and-spend Republican like Roy McDonald representing them in Albany.
Deb Cody, New York State Right to Life Committee, Clifton Park
Kentucky KY Pro Life Candidates 2012Kentucky elects a governor and state wide offices in Novmeber,
David Williams (R) for Governor - Very Pro Life - Recommended
Kentucky State Wide KY Election Conservative Pro Life RecommendationSecretary of State
Bill Johnson (R) - Recommended
Hilda Legg (R) - also Pro Life
James Comer (R) - Pro Life
Rob Rothenburger (R) - Pro Life
John Kemper III (R) - Recommended
Addia Wuchner (R) - Also Pro Life
Todd P' Pool (R) Recommend
Kentucky Pro Choice Candidates KY 2011Kentucky Democrats and pro choice candidates can be elected by voting Democratic. Frequently politicians make statements like, "I have always been personally pro-life," or, "I would never encourage a woman to have an abortion." Rather than offering comfort to pro-life voters, statements like these should raise red flags, as they are typically followed by, "but I would never impose my personal beliefs on anybody else," or some similar statement. Even in cases in which these words do not follow, they are often implied. In such cases, be sure to look for a clearer statement of the candidate's position, again, in writing if possible.
To make the right decision when deciding on the candidates whom you will support, it is essential that you look carefully at the positions of the candidates in the race. This step in the process is critical in fulfilling your responsibilities as a faithful citizen, as you must participate in the political process with a fully informed conscience. This includes knowing the positions of the candidates. You can find this information in several places, such as newspapers, television news, voter guides, and on the internet. If these sources fail, you can always contact the candidate's campaign to make an inquiry about his or her position. If possible, this should be done well in advance of the election and should include a request for a response in writing. The reason for this is that, especially in local campaigns, phones can be answered by people who think they know more about the candidate than they actually do. Once you find sources of this information, be sure to review them carefully.
Louisiana Pro Life Candidates LALouisiana will hold its Republican and Democrat Primaries on October 22, 2011. Louisiana conservative recommendations for 2011 Louisiana election candidates to be posted here. Bobby Jindal (R) the incumbent LA governor is running for re election, and has done little for pro life. Ignoring life is a pro choice position.
Caroline Fayard (D) - was the previous Democrat Lt. Gov. Nominee. John Georges (D/Independent) - was a previous New Orleans Mayor Candidate. Bobby Jundal has failed to push the conservative agenda and has done the George Bush do nothing dance on immigration to pro life to any of the conservative issues.
Ivo "Trey" Roberts is the recommended conservative candidate for Governor. A vote for Trey will send a message to the do nothing Republican establishment who have done little to stand up to Obama.
Lieutenant Governor Candidates:
Billy Nungesser (R)The recommended conservative challenger
Louisiana Attorney General.
James "Buddy" Caldwell is more conservative than challenger Ex-Congressman Joseph Cao (R) - Ex-Congressman even voted for Obama care.
American Conservative Union PAC has endorsed Jeff Landry in the 3rd Louisiana Congressional District. He will have a contest primary in 2012.
More Louisiana Local Conservative CandidatesA.G. Crowe (R) – District 1, State Senate
Derek Babcock - State Senate District 13
Jane Smith - State Senate District 37
Troy Terrell - State Senate 38
Alan Seabaugh (R) – District 5 – State Representative
Sam Little (R) – District 14, State Representative
Barett Byrd (R) – District 25, State Representative
Lowell “Chris” Hazel (R) – District 27, State Representative
Valarie Hodges - State Representative District 64
Don Menard - State Rep District 39
Simone Champagne (Incumbent) State Representative Dist 49
Laura O’Halloran – Livingston Parish Tea Party President -State Rep Dist 81
Pat Phillips (R) – District 89, State Representative
Mickey McMorris - Sheriff Livingston Parish
Larry LaBorde for Ouachita Parish sheriff (Recommended)
Jay Morris, State Representative District 14, which is Northeast Louisiana near Monroe. (Recommended)
Karen Champagne – Northshore 912 – St Tammany Parish President
Walt Bennetti – GNOTP – Jefferson Parish Councilman District 4
Maureen O Brien – St Tammany Council dist 10
Pro Choice Candidates LouisianaPro Choice Candidates for the Louisiana Democratic Party will be voted on in the Democratic Primary Oct 22 2011. To vote pro choice in Louisiana, vote for the list of Democrat candidate.
West Virginia Pro Life Candidates for Governor 2012West Virginia will hold its election for Governor on May 14, 2011 for the Republican and Democrat Parties. Conservative Candidates West Virginia 2011 Governor WV
For the West Virginia Republican Primary in W VA on May 14, 2011, conservative tea party recommendations:
Bill Maloney (R) - * Recommended Conservative - Leader among conservative activist, and leader in many polls.
West Virginia Christian Candidates 2011 WVConservative Candidates West Virginia 2011 Governor WV
For the Republican Primary in WV on May 14, 2011, conservative and tea party candidate recommendations for Governor of West Virginia:
Bill Maloney Governor (R) - For more information about West Virginia candidates see: West Virginia Governor Candidates W VA
Vote in the West Virginia Republican Primary in W VA on October 4, 2011, conservative tea party recommendations:
West Virginia Senate Candidates
Pro Choice West Virginia Candidates for Governor vs. Pro Life 2011The Democrat and Republican Primary for Governor of West Virgina will be held on October 4, 2011. There are several pro choice Democrats running in the Democrat primary of West Virginia.
Maryland Pro Life Candidates 2012Maryland voters elect in the Republican and Democrat primaries on April 3. For a list of Maryland pro life candidates, we recommend the below.
Co endorse Rich Douglas former aid to Jessie Helms or
Rick Hoover for Senate or
Daniel Bongino (R) - Conservative Challenger
Peter James (R) - Conservative Tea Party Challenger -
6th Congressional District
Pro Life Slate
The following candidates have been endorsed by the Maryland Right to Life Federal Political Action Committee fpr 2012: Office Sought District Candidate Name Political Party* U.S. Congress 1 - Andy Harris Republican
U.S. Congress 2 - Nancy Jacobs Republican
U.S. Congress 5 - Tony O'Donnell Republican
US Congress 8 - Dave Wallace Republican
It is our responsibility to vote for candidates who will promote life and the culture of life over the culture of death. Such persons will care for all the people of this country, including the poor. Such leaders will support families in their choices and encourage communities to take up responsibility for bettering their own neighborhoods. Such leaders will show the world that we are a nation of peace and that we live in solidarity with all peoples and nations of this world. As Christians we stand for life. As citizens, we can do no less than vote for candidates who stand with us.
Maryland Pro Choice CandidatesDemocrats election candidates Martin O'Malley, and J.P. Cusick are running the race for governor against Republicans Ralph Jaffe, Bob Ehrlich ,Mary Kane, Brian Murphy. The Republican and Democrat primaries are on Tuesday April 3. Bob Ehrlich served before and while doing a creditable job, and he has earned the label of being moderate.
Maryland Conservative ProChoice Voter Guide Recommendations. Vote Democrat if you are pro choice.
Maryland congressional candidates, Md has the opportunity to elect several new faces to congress this year.
Ladies and gentlemen, it doesn't take some magical Supreme Court appointment to overturn Roe v. Wade and end abortion-on-demand. If all the New York Republicans who keep telling us that they are "pro-life" (including President George W. Bush) were really pro-life, then why, in spite of having had ample time and opportunity to end the abortion holocaust, have they not done so?
If Mitt Romney, John McCain, Fred Thompson, and Mike Huckabee are truly "pro-life," they need to do more than just talk. They need to put up or shut up!
In fact, the GOP has controlled the U.S. Supreme Court since the infamous Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion-on-demand was handed down in 1973. That means GOP appointments have dominated the Court for over thirty years, and yet abortion-on-demand is still the law of the land.
Beyond that, for six years (2000-2006), "pro-life" Republicans controlled the entire federal government. And, for six years, millions of unborn babies cried their silent screams as the abortionists' scalpels ripped their little bodies apart in abortuaries throughout America. And to use my opening analogy, all these "pro-life" Republicans did was stand by the side of the lake and talk "pro-life," while the youngsters drowned in front of their eyes. During all this time, the life raft sat unused on the shore.
One by one, the would-be rescuers holler out that they believe in life; they believe in saving the lives of the drowning young people. They are all "pro-life." The only problem is, none of them grabs the raft and actually attempts to save the victims. So, here is the sixty-four million dollar question: are these people really "pro-life"? Do they really want to save the victims, or are they simply pro-life
pretenders who only want to talk about saving lives but not actually do anything about it?
Dear reader, the life raft for the millions of unborn babies victimized by abortion-on-demand is the U.S. Constitution. However, we have a bunch of arrogant and conceited imbeciles in Washington, D.C., who have neither the smarts nor guts to use this wonderful life raft. It seems that the vast majority of them have absolutely no knowledge of the Constitution--even though each and every one of them takes an oath to preserve, protect, and defend it.
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I say again, it is time for "pro-life" Republicans to put up or shut up!
Beyond that, it is time for Christian conservatives to stop being so gullible. We need to start looking beyond eloquent rhetoric and campaign clichés. We need to begin demanding results.
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Every four years, Republicans trot out a conservative facade during an election season for the purpose of obtaining the votes of susceptible Christians. And every four years, conservative Christians--like starving catfish--take the bait:
hook, line, and sinker.
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You should also look at a candidate's pro life voting record. This is extremely easy with members of Congress as you can simply contact any one of a number of national organizations that track votes as part of their regular activity. They will be able to inform you how your Congressman and Senator voted on the bills that have come before them. You can often obtain similar information about state candidates from pro-life
organizations within your state.
Pro Life Conservative Candidate Voter GuideFor a list of pro life candidates click to see recommended candidates. It is important to vote for conservative pro life candidates. For a suggested list of conservative office seekers, visit the below and click on the link.
Massachusetts prepares to elect a new governor and state wide offices on September 14, 2010. Candidate information can be found at. Conservative recommendations for congress. Leading Republicans gubernatorial are Charlie Baker (R) - Health Care Corporation CEO & Ex-Gubernatorial Aide and Richard Tisei (R) - State Senate Minority Leader, Ex-State Rep. & Realtor. Democrat Governor Deval Patrick was elected in November of 2006, bringing a broad range of leadership experience at the top levels of business, government, and non-profits. His life has traced a trajectory from the South Side of Chicago to the U.S. Justice Department, Fortune 500 boardrooms, and now the Massachusetts State House. He is very much like Obama in his thinking.
For additional conservative congressional candidates for NY New York see: New York Conservative Pro Life Congress Candidates