Indiana Right to Life PAC Endorses in Federal Races

April 3, 2018

Fichter: “We urge pro-life Hoosiers to vote for our endorsed candidates in the May 8 Primary Election” 

INDIANAPOLIS – Today, Indiana Right to Life Political Action Committee (PAC) released its list of endorsements in federal races. The following candidates are endorsed by Indiana Right to Life PAC for the May 8 Primary Election:

Jackie Walorski, U.S. Representative, District 2
Jim Baird, U.S. Representative, District 4
Steve Braun, U.S. Representative, District 4
Diego Morales, U.S. Representative, District 4
Greg Pence, U.S. Representative, District 6
Jeff Smith, U.S. Representative, District 6
JD Miniear, U.S. Representative, District 7
Larry Bucshon, U.S. Representative, District 8
Trey Hollingsworth, U.S. Representative, District 9
Mike Braun, U.S. Senator
Luke Messer, U.S. Senator
Todd Rokita, U.S. Senator

“Pro-life Hoosiers are counting on our federal lawmakers to protect the right to life,” said Mike Fichter, Chairman of the Indiana Right to Life PAC. “All the candidates receiving Indiana Right to Life PAC’s endorsement are committed to saving the lives of the most vulnerable among us, the unborn. We urge pro-life Hoosiers to vote for our endorsed candidates in the May 8 Primary Election.”

Indiana Right to Life PAC only endorsed in contested primaries. It will make general election endorsements following the May 8 Primary Election.

The Indiana Right to Life PAC makes its endorsements based on its focused mission of protecting the right to life, especially of the unborn. Factors considered when making endorsements include incumbency, voting records on abortion-related issues in the legislature and survey responses.

Indiana Right to Life PAC works to elect pro-life candidates to public office for the purpose of enacting public policy that protects the right to life of all persons, including the unborn. Indiana Right to Life PAC believes that the issue of life is paramount to all other issues because without the right to life, all other freedoms are without meaning.
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