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Johnson County 2017 Primary Endorsements

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2017 Pro-Life Primary Endorsements

Click here to easily identify the districts for your address.  Johnson County Endorsements   Statewide August 1st Pro-Life Endorsements by County          

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Vote for Ron Estes on April 11th!

The special election to fill Kansas’s 4th Congressional District seat is quickly approaching and early voting is already underway! Kansans for Life PAC has endorsed the Republican candidate, Ron Estes. Estes is currently the State Treasurer of Kansas and has been involved with Kansans for Life for a number of years. He is pro-life and will […]

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National Right to Life Praises Nomination of Judge Gorsuch to Supreme Court

National Right to Life has released a statement on President Trump’s nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch. Gorsuch does not have a very extensive record in regard to abortion but has written a book on euthanasia and assisted suicide. In The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia, Gorsuch makes a strong case […]

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Help Elect Pro-life Candidates

This is a very important election year! Please donate today to help insure funds are available to inform as many Kansas pro-life voters as possible which candidates are endorsed by the KFL PAC!

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