In the race to replace the late Congressman Bill Young (R) in Florida’s 13th Congressional district, there was a clear contrast between the candidates on abortion and Obamacare.
Pro-lifers received a nice victory in Florida last night when the pro-life candidate won — setting up what could possibly be an exciting Congressional election year during which pro-life advocates will be working overtime to try to wrest control of the Senate from pro-abortion Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Republican David Jolly is pro-life and opposes Obamacare. He was actively supported by the National Right to Life Victory Fund in the Republican primary. Jolly states on his campaign website, “I believe life begins at conception and that we should encourage a culture that values life – from the unborn, to the young child abandoned by their parents, to the senior residing alone in a nursing facility.”
Conversely, Democrat Alex Sink is pro-abortion and supports Obamacare. She was backed by EMILY’s List. EMILY’s List only supports radical pro-abortion candidates who support abortion-on-demand for any reason and who support taxpayer-funded abortions.
“David Jolly’s victory tonight is an early win for the pro-life movement. Alex Sink’s extreme pro-abortion views may have earned her the endorsement of EMILY’s List and Planned Parenthood’s ‘Choice Award,’ but they also put her far outside the mainstream,” said SBA List Candidate Fund President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Tonight’s result sets the tone for the 2014 midterms: candidates who hold fast to the Democratic Party platform of taxpayer funded abortion on demand, at any time, alienate voters at the ballot box.”