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U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder, has a 100% pro-life rating!

01 August 2016

Message to the 3RD Congressional District in Kansas:   Committed pro-life U.S. House member Kevin Yoder of Kansas is being incorrectly described by an opponent as not being pro-life. This is an inaccurate and unfair attack by political newcomer Greg Goode, who wants Yoder’s seat. Both Kansans for Life and the National Right to Life […]

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“Being Catholic” is no guarantee politicians vote pro-life

28 July 2016

There’s been a long line of abortion-supporting politicians who try to fool pro-lifers into believing that they were “catholic” and “personally pro-life” during campaign seasons. Democrat Vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine, who hails from Kansas, described himself in his 2005 gubernatorial campaign as,“I’m Catholic; I’m against abortion.” However, as governor of Virginia and as a Virginia […]

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KFL warns: Kansas “shadow” groups mislead on pro-life

27 July 2016

Advance voting for the Kansas primary elections began last week and the political advertising battles are in full swing in mailboxes, on TV and in deceitful, newly-created websites of advocacy groups the public has never heard of. The authentic pro-life candidates have the endorsement of Kansans for Life. Period. Those who do not, will try […]

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2016 Johnson County Precinct Committee Endorsements

07 July 2016

 *Missouri Pro-Life Endorsements can be found here- http://www.missourilifepac.org/ Click here to easily identify the legislative districts for your address.               

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State Sen. Garrett Love: Prolife Legislative Summary

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