Virginians Elect Pro-Life Candidates
Glenn Youngkin is the Governor-Elect of Virginia–and he describes himself as “unabashedly pro-life.”
Winsome Sears, a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, will become Virginia’s first female and first black Lieutenant Governor–and she is pro-life.
Jason Miyares will be the next Attorney General of Virginia–and he is also pro-life.
The clean sweep is a strong repudiation of the current regime, led by Governor Ralph Northam, who stunned the nation by publicly supporting infanticide, and who also endorsed pro-abortion gubernatorial candidate and defeated Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe.
McAuliffe’s landmark actions included:
- as governor, vetoing a bill to defund Planned Parenthood;
- backing an amendment to enshrine the “right” to abortion into Virginia’s state constitution; and
- describing a proposed bill legalizing abortion up to the moment of birth as “commonsense.”
“On November 3rd, voters in Virginia rejected radical abortion lawmakers,” says Susan S. Arnall, Esq., Director of Outreach and Engagement for the Right to Life League. “Pro-abortion elected officials all across the country, including the most radical state of California, should be worried about their political viability.”