ProLife Democrats endorse Cox for governor

Republican venture capitalist John Cox is running for California governor in 2018

John Cox (image from California Prolife Council)

Today California ProLife Democrats joined with the California ProLife Council, the state affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee, In supporting John Cox for Governor of California.

“Mr. Cox is taking exactly the right approach in this state. Very few registered Democrats actually agree with the current, unlimited abortion and unlimited government-sponsorship of abortion industry required by Democrat leadership. These voters are looking for common sense on abortion, and some kind of protection for the child in the womb, not radical abortion polices of Newsom and the other Democrats,” said Brian Johnston, Chairman of California ProLife.

“Now, with the vocal support of traditionally minded Democrats, John Cox is picking up a vital constituency in this uniquely open, cross-over primary.”

Full story at California Prolife Council.

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  1. Joel Fago says:

    Support politicians who are against the killing of unborn babies.

  2. Elizabeth M. says:

    Do you mean that there is really a pro life Democrat? Wow. Here is NYS Gov. Cuomo, good Catholic that he is, said that there was no room for them here..

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