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Pro-Life Leader Endorses JD Vance for Ohio Senate: “He Will Protect the Innocent Lives of Unborn Children”

A outstanding pro-life leader is throwing her weight behind Ohio’s J.D. Vance as he and different Republicans vie for the seat Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, is leaving open in 2022.

“I’m proud to assist JD Vance for U.S. Senate,” Concerned Women for America President Penny Nance mentioned Thursday.

“He will protect the innocent lives of unborn children, advocate for pro-family policies and work to preserve religious freedom,” she added.

“He will fight against the Left using the precious lives of the unborn to advance their progressive ideology. JD understand[s] the values and beliefs of Ohio families. He will stand up to the Washington establishment who look down their noses at people of faith who still believe in American exceptionalism and individual liberty. The nation needs strong leaders who will fight for our rights and values.”

Nance, a mainstay in the conservative motion, beforehand served on President Trump’s Life Advisory Council. As CEO and president of CWA, Nance leads 500,000 taking part members throughout the nation.

“Penny has dedicated her life’s work to protecting religious freedom, protecting ‘the least of these’ and ensuring Christian, conservative voices are heard in public policy debates. Her support is testimony to the fact that that I am the candidate in Ohio who will best represent conservative Christian voices and will continue to advocate for those values that we share if elected to the U.S. Senate.”

Vance, of “Hillbilly Elegy” fame, has develop into an icon of the rising populist proper. His web site describes him as “100 percent pro-life.” “Eliminating abortion is first and foremost about protecting the unborn, but it’s also about making our society more pro-child and pro-family,” he mentioned.

His feedback got here amid a raging debate over abortion entry, which many counsel has reached a tipping level after the Supreme Court allowed Texas’ heartbeat invoice to take impact.

Vance has additionally been outspoken about the University of Pittsburgh’s fetal tissue practices. Last month, he joined the mounting calls for an investigation after a number of docs mentioned the college’s statements prompt organs have been extracted from dwell fetuses. The college has repeatedly denied this.

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