If Roe vs Wade is overturned, the issue of abortion will likely be thrust to the forefront of the 2022 election. Since abortion may soon be back in the hands of the legislative branch, pro-life activists believe it will be more important than ever to elect pro-life candidates.
Amid the backdrop of the national conversation over abortion sparked by the Supreme Court’s oral arguments in the Dobbs vs Jackson Women’s Health case, Texas Right to Life, the state’s premier pro-life organization, has announced its endorsement of Christian Collins for Texas’ 8th Congressional District.
Texas Right to Life the the oldest and largest pro-life organization in the Lone Star State. The group was the architect behind SB 8, the heartbeat bill recently passed by the Texas legislature.
“Christian Collins has long served the Pro-Life movement by building a Republican grassroots coalition dedicated to protecting human Life from fertilization to natural death,” explain Texas Right to Life Political Director Luke Bowen. “Washington D.C. needs a fighter like Christian, who will never sacrifice his Pro-Life values. We are proud to endorse Christian Collins for Congress, and urge all Pro-Life Texans in District 8 to vote for Christian in 2022.”
Collins, who has made his faith a cornerstone of his campaign, has campaigned as a staunchly pro-life candidate. He has been involved in pro-life causes for many years.
“For many years, I’ve fought alongside many of our faith community and pro-life activists to uphold the principles of Life in our community,” said Collins. “Being pro-life isn’t just a policy or political position I take or a talking point that I make at political events, but it’s a part of who I am because we know it’s an Imago Dei issue that is deeply close to the heart of God. As Christians, I believe that God calls us to speak up against injustice and fight for those who can’t fight for themselves.”
To learn more about Texas Right to Life, visit: https://texasrighttolife.com/
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