What a night!
Pro-life President-elect Donald Trump has won the Presidency. A pro-life majority remains in the U.S. Senate and House.
For the first time in decade, pro-life officials will lead in Washington D.C.
If the pro-life commitments made during the campaign by Trump are kept, the impact of last night will be felt in Louisiana. From ensuring that abortion businesses do not receive our tax dollars, to the appointment of future Supreme Court justices who could uphold our laws, and much more, the Louisiana pro-life movement has reason to have hope for the future.
But there is no rest for the weary .
In just one month on Dec. 10th, we will head back to the polls to choose our next U.S. Senator. Foster Campbell (D) and
John Kennedy (R)
will square off in a critical race that will further impact the balance of power in the Senate.
When it comes to evaluating candidates, we look at the commitments made (and not made) on paper. Here is how Kennedy and Campbell have
answered our questionnaire
- Foster Campbell (D): Did Not Answer Our Questionnaire
- John Kennedy (R): Answered Our Questionnaire 100% Pro-Life
We also congratulate the pro-life incumbent Congressmen re-elected last night, including Steve Scalise, Ralph Abraham, and Garret Graves. We are thrilled that Congressman Scalise, in his leadership role in the House of Representatives, can play a essential role in shaping pro-life policy.