Which Republican Presidential Candidates signed the Personhood Pledge and have participated in the ProLife Presidential Forums? Which candidate shares your values? Learn where the candidates stand on the sanctity of human life
Republican Presidential Candidates Sign Personhood Pledge
Of the candidates still in the race, Republican Presidential Candidates Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum both signed Personhood USA’s Personhood Pledge. Ron Paul also signed the Personhood Pledge but added an addendum which Personhood USA took exception with.
Republican Presidential Candidates Participate in the First Ever ProLife Presidential Tele-Townhall
Of the candidates still in the race, Republican Presidential Candidates Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum both participated in the first ever ProLife Presidential Tele-Townhall. Listen to their positions here.
Republican Presidential Candidates Participate in the First Ever ProLife Presidential Forum in South Carolina
Of the candidates still in the race, Republican Presidential Candidates Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, and Rick Santorum participated in the first ever ProLife Presidential Forum in South Carolina. Read the candidates quotes below and/or watch the forum below.
Republican Presidential Candidates to Participate in Florida Awake Presidential Forum
After turning down requests to participate in Personhood USA’s Iowa Tele-Town Hall, then Personhood USA’s Live Presidential Prolife Forum, Governor Romney has dismissed yet another social conservative event, Florida Awake!, a Presidential Candidate Forum sponsored by Liberty Counsel and co-sponsored by Personhood USA.
Speaker Newt Gingrich and Senator Rick Santorum are confirmed to participate in Florida Awake! Congressman Ron Paul regretfully declined, as he is not scheduled to be campaigning in Florida at that time. The event is already sold out, with over 1800 tickets reserved.
South Carolina ProLife Presidential Forum Video and Quotes
During last week’s standing room only ProLife Presidential Forum in South Carolina, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich criticized former Governor Romney’s switch in positions, stating: “Gov. Romney also, after becoming pro-life, passed Romneycare with taxpayer funded abortions…his administration approved paying for an abortion clinic for Planned Parenthood with state funds and he appointed pro-abortion and pro-gay marriage judges to the court. So in terms of who’s likely to change Washington, I would say that his track record has not only not changed but is in the opposite direction.”
Former Senator Rick Santorum expressed the seriousness of the pro-life issue: “We need to make sure that we have someone who is unabashedly—not just pro-life—but unabashedly a fighter for life,” he said. “We are what we allow our society to do,” he said. “And if we allow our society to prey upon innocent human life, we are complicit with it.”
Congressman Ron Paul appeared via satellite feed after returning to Washington D.C. for a vote, and spoke on several issues including defunding Planned Parenthood and the importance of not relying solely on legislation to end abortion: “We cannot change the people’s morality by writing more laws.”