Georgia Right to Life PAC Endorsements
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Education is the primary activity of Georgia Right to Life.
Without an informed public there is no shift in public opinion. Public opinion drives public policy, which in turn fuels political action. Success at the polls produces prolife legislation. Please checkout our premier educational programs for your church or chapter.
Political action always precedes legislative objectives.
Without a strong alliance of concerned value voters career politicians, can and do, hide their agendas from the voting public. Politicians "don't do what you expect, they DO what you inspect." Be diligent to excersie your vote "as if someone's life depended on it.
Our goal is full legal protection for all innocent human life from creation to natural death.
A Personhood Amendment to the Georgia Constitution accomplishes this objective. In the last election cycle over 73% of all Georgia voters cast their ballot in favor of a Personhood Amendment to the Georgia Constitution.
The following candidates have been endorsed by Georgia Right to Life PAC for the November 4 General Elections as of 9/22/14. Be sure to check back regularly as we continue to announce additional endorsements.
Our criteria for consideration of candidate endorsement can be found here.
NOVEMBER 4th GENERAL ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS:
|Lt. Governor||GA||R||X||Casey Cagle|
|Attorney Gen||GA||R||X||Sam Olens|
|Ins. Comm||GA||R||X||Ralph Hudgens|
|State School Superintendent||GA||R||Richard Woods|
|US House||1||R||Buddy Carter|
|US House||10||R||Jody Hice|
|US House||11||R||Barry Loudermilk|
|US House||12||R||Rick Allen|
|State Senate||3||R||X||William Ligon|
|State Senate||9||R||PK Martin|
|State Senate||13||R||Greg Kirk|
|State Senate||14||R||X||Bruce Thompson|
|State Senate||16||R||Marty Harbin|
|State Senate||19||R||X||Tommie Williams|
|State Senate||20||R||X||Ross Tolleson|
|State Senate||24||R||X||Bill Jackson|
|State Senate||25||R||X||Burt Jones|
|State Senate||28||R||X||Mike Crane|
|State Senate||29||R||X||Josh McKoon|
|State Senate||30||R||X||Mike Dugan|
|State Senate||31||R||X||Bill Heath|
|State Senate||32||R||X||Judson Hill|
|State Senate||48||R||X||David Shafer|
|State Senate||49||R||X||Butch Miller|
|State Senate||50||R||X||John Wilkinson|
|State Senate||51||R||X||Steve Gooch|
|State Senate||52||R||X||Chuck Hufstetler|
|State Senate||53||R||X||Jeff Mullis|
|State Senate||56||R||X||John Albers|
|State House||1||R||X||John Daffenbaugh|
|State House||2||R||X||Steve Tarvin|
|State House||9||R||X||Kevin Tanner|
|State House||10||R||X||Terry Rogers|
|State House||12||R||X||Eddie Lumsden|
|State House||15||R||X||Paul Battle|
|State House||16||R||X||Trey Kelley|
|State House||18||R||X||Kevin Cooke|
|State House||20||R||X||Michael Caldwell|
|State House||22||R||Wes Cantrell|
|State House||24||R||X||Mark Hamilton|
|State House||25||R||X||Mike Dudgen|
|State House||26||R||X||Geoff Duncan|
|State House||27||R||X||Lee Hawkins|
|State House||28||R||X||Dan Gasaway|
|State House||30||R||X||Emory Dunahoo, Jr.|
|State House||35||R||X||Ed Setzler|
|State House||37||R||X||Sam Teasley|
|State House||40||R||X||Rich Golick|
|State House||46||R||X||John Carson|
|State House||67||R||X||Micah Gravely|
|State House||68||R||X||Dustin Hightower|
|State House||71||R||X||David Stover|
|State House||73||R||X||John Yates|
|State House||95||R||X||Tom Rice|
|State House||97||R||X||Brooks Coleman|
|State House||98||R||Michael Brown|
|State House||101||R||X||Valerie Clark|
|State House||102||R||X||Buzz Brockway|
|State House||103||R||X||Timothy Barr|
|State House||104||R||X||Chuck Efstration|
|State House||105||R||X||Joyce Chandler|
|State House||106||R||X||Brent Harrell|
|State House||110||R||X||Andrew Welch|
|State House||114||R||X||Tom Kirby|
|State House||115||R||X||Bruce Williamson|
|State House||116||R||X||Terry England|
|State House||129||R||X||Susan Holmes|
|State House||132||R||X||Gene King|
|State House||147||R||X||Willie Talton|
|State House||156||R||X||Greg Morris|
|State House||157||R||Bill Werkheiser|
|State House||166||R||Jesse Petrea|
|State House||167||R||Jeff Jones|
|State House||173||R||X||Darlene Taylor|
|State House||178||R||X||Chad Nimmer|
|State House||179||R||X||Alex Atwood|
|State House||180||R||X||Jason Spencer|
Georgia Right to Life PAC is proud to co-sponsor a new weapon in our fight for the most vulnerable members of our society; the elderly infirm and the innocent pre-born.
It is a political fact that "all politics is local". It is a political reality that politicians never do "what you EXpect, they only do what you INspect." It is for these reasons that the Peach TEA Party has formed and registered both a federal and state Political Action Committee (PeachTEA PAC). We are linking to their site because they offer a transparent view into the political process in our state . . . while maintaining the supremecy of the right to life. Peach TEA Party is debuting it's state of the art website Life and Liberty TRACKER.
Pro-lifers are often given the bad rap of being single issue, single minded voters. I say nothing could be farther from the truth. Voters who respect the sanctity of life have many issues they’re equally as passionate about.
So, how do I choose the best candidate? Since life is the paramount concern for me, if a candidate is wrong about that I immediately remove them from consideration. Why? If we don’t have the right to life, nothing else matters, such as taxes, highways or jobs.
On the other hand, when I know that more than one candidate in a specific race has the GRTL PAC endorsement, I can then consider other issues that are also important to me, my family, and my community. In short, being pro-life is not the only reason I vote for someone. However, I will immediately disqualify a candidate if they are on the wrong side of life issues, no matter where they stand on anything else.