The Democrats’ first two debates: Will they discuss Abortion Until Birth and Beyond?

Download a comparison of where they stand on Life

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director

The first of a series of twelve Democrat debates will take place on Wednesday, June 26, and Thursday, June 27. The top twenty Democrat presidential candidates, based on a complicated formula, will participate.

If the five moderators do their jobs, these debates will allow voters to get to know the mostly unknown presidential candidates, all of whom are pro-abortion. One is likely to be the challenger to pro-life President Donald Trump in 2020.

While abortion will certainly be an issue in the 2020 presidential election, will the question arise during the debate? If it does, you can be sure you will see every candidate try to out-do one another to prove he or she is more passionate about allowing the killing of babies through birth and beyond than their 19 competitors.

What voters need to keep in mind is that every one of the top two dozen Democrat presidential candidates supports a policy of abortion on demand.

See where the presidential candidates stand on abortion here: www.nrlc.org/uploads/records/2020POTUScomparison.pdf

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They deserve to know the candidates’ positions on the most fundamental right – the right to life.