Personhood FL ProLife PAC today announces it’s general election endorsement of over 40 candidates for federal, state, and local offices across Florida and its position on two of the proposed Florida constitutional amendments. Endorsed candidates include current Congressman Tom Rooney; current Florida Representative and candidate for Florida Senate, Kelli Stargel, and current Marion County Commissioner Stanley McClain. Personhood FL ProLife PAC endorsed Republicans, Democrats, and NPA and third party candidates for every office from US Senator to Soil and Water Conservation and every position in-between.
All endorsed candidates signed a Personhood Affirmation indicating their agreement to Personhood FL ProLife PAC’s comprehensive prolife principles covering not only abortion but also abortion funding, RU-486, fetal stem cell research, human cloning, fetal tissue research, and assisted suicide and euthanasia. Candidates also affirmed that all humans should have personhood status under the Florida and US Constitutions from the beginning of the biological development of that human being to natural death. Moreover, candidates agreed to defend all innocent human life including preborn babies, the elderly, and the disabled. (Read Personhood FL ProLife PAC’s ProLife Principles and Personhood Affirmation here.)
Personhood FL Director* Bryan Longworth praised the endorsements and encouraged prolife voters to support prolife candidates, “Personhood FL ProLife PAC has today endorsed candidates who have committed to protect all innocent human life. It’s no longer sufficient to be against abortion in certain circumstances. Being prolife in the 21st Century demands that we defend human life from beginning to end. These candidates have committed to protect human life from experimentation in laboratories and our seniors and the disabled when their lives are seen as expendable. For the first time in Florida’s history, voters will have the opportunity to support candidates who are 100% prolife, without exception. I encourage prolife Floridians to support prolife candidates with their votes, time, and money.”