Whenever I meet someone who is discouraged by the reach of the far Left, I talk about the pro-life movement. As a model of unwavering devotion to principle in the storm of modern politics, it’s hard to come up with a better example than pro-lifers.
For more than four decades, the pro-life position has been under constant assault in every possible way. From Hollywood. From the media. From activist groups that use both the courts and the executive branch to achieve what they can’t through Congress and the legislatures.
Every weapon in the arsenal of the radical Left has been hurled at the pro-life stance … and yet, they are stronger than ever before. They’ve stopped taxpayer funding of abortion, elected pro-life candidates (including our current President and Vice President), and shut down abortion clinics across the country.
All because they remain committed to one unifying point – a belief in the sanctity of human life.
Part of that success comes from the fact that pro-lifers vote. After seeing their share of faithless and lip service politicians, they’re savvy about who they support. This is what we mean when we talk about voting your values. Pro-lifers always vote their values.
That’s why I want to share some important information from Texas Right to Life. CAAP works with Texas Right to Life, and with the upcoming primary elections in Texas, we wanted to help get the word out about their voting guide. Below, you’ll find a list of their endorsed candidates (which has our full support):
2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY RUNOFF
Remaining Early voting: Friday
Election Day: Tuesday, May 22
Please vote for all of Texas Right to Life’s endorsed candidates and legally take a PAPER COPY of this Pro-Life voter guide with you into the voting booth. You cannot use your phone in the booth.
U.S. House of Representatives, District 5: Bunni Pounds
U.S. House of Representatives District 6: Ron Wright
U.S. House of Representatives District 21: Chip Roy
Texas House of Representatives District 4: Stuart Spitzer
Texas House of Representatives District 8: Thomas McNutt
Texas House of Representatives District 13: Jill Wolfskill
Texas House of Representatives District 62: Brent Lawson
Texas House of Representatives District 107: Deanna Maria Metzger
Texas House of Representatives District 121: Matt Beebe Justice
3rd Court of Appeals Place 6: Michael Toth
Justice 5th Court of Appeals, Place 12: Jim Pikl
Judge Tarrant County Probate Court No. 1: Patricia Cole
Judge 342nd District Court: Kimberly Fitzpatrick
Erath County Judge: Alfonso Campos
Judge, 295th District Court: Richard Risinger
Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 2: Mike Wolfe
Judge, Fort Bend County Court at Law No. 3: Tricia Krenek
Please feel free to send this guide to any family or friends you may have in Texas. And remind them to vote.
Of course, even if you’re not a Texas resident, we still need you help and support. Education and activism efforts like this are at the heart of RISE, our nationwide grassroots network.
We’ve started our annual RISE membership campaign in preparation for the midterm elections and are asking our partners to respond to the call and join RISE today. (The minimum suggested donation of $25 goes to help fund RISE’s education and outreach efforts.) You do not need to be a pastor, nor do you need to be African American to join. All you need is the desire to join this movement for faith, family, and freedom.
If you’re in Texas, be sure to vote in the coming election. And no matter where you are, please help us support the election of those who will help us fight for our Christian rights.