We have some really great ProLife candidates here, in New Hampshire.
I received dozens of Affirmation Statements from candidates all over the state. The Affirmation states in part that a candidate, once he or she becomes a legislator, will do all they can to protect the Right to Life for all human beings regardless of race, age, degree of disability, manner of conception, or circumstances surrounding a terminal illness, that the civil rights of the pre born at an embryonic or fetal level, the elderly and those with mental or physical infirmities are protected by law.
If a candidate will protect your Right to Life, they’ll probably protect your other natural rights too. This is a key concept. We need not be single issue voters, but lets get the first issue right.
Without the Right to Life, what good is anything else? Do dead people care about taxes, schools, jobs?
We have a number of endorsed candidates. These are the people who have Affirmed the goal to protect the Right to Life for all human beings and have turned in specific question responses and have proven by voting records and or testimony that they will honor personhood for all people.
These are additions to the posted list earlier this month. Please look for your candidate.
Jerry Bergerven seeking a State Representative, float District 45 Manchester, Wards 10, 11, 12
Patric Bick seaking State Representative in Salem, NH
Larry Gagne seeking State Representative in Manchester 6
Laura Jones seeking State Representative in Strafford 24
Dave Wheeler seeking Executive Council District 5
Linda Gould seeking State Representative in Bedford
Kathy Souza seeking State Representative in Manchester
Dan Dumaine seeking State Representative in Auburn
There may be more, we are still sorting through the data. We really do have a lot of awesome people running for office.
I have been to two separate events that highlighted these great people. Of 60 or so people at each event, only a handful of constituents came. The rest were candidates and office holders that were there. How can we get the general public interested and engaged?