Editor’s note. This update was provided by Kansans for Life PAC. Dr. Roger Marshall, a pro-life two-term Congressman, defeated three other major candidates in yesterday’s GOP primary to secure the Republican Party’s nomination. His Democrat opponent is pro-abortion state Sen. Barbara Bollier. The winner will replace longtime United States Sen. Pat Roberts, who is retiring.
“The Value Them Both” Amendment is a proposed amendment to the state constitution.
Topeka, Kansas– “Kansans for Life PAC congratulates Dr. Roger Marshall on his victory this evening,” said Melissa Leach, KFL PAC Manager. “After a hard-fought campaign with many pro-life candidates, we urge everyone committed to the protection of the pre-born to unite behind him. We must do everything in our power in the race to November to keep the thin pro-life majority in the U.S. Senate and ensure Barbara Bollier is nowhere near the confirmation of any federal judges.”
“Congratulations also go to former Lt. Governor Tracey Mann (KS-01), Kansas Treasurer Jake LaTurner (KS-02) and Amanda Adkins (KS-03) for battling through hot races,” continued Leach. “Congressman Ron Estes with his stalwart support of the life issue joins these three winners to make up a powerful pro-life congressional slate for voters to send to the U.S. House to stand against Nancy Pelosi and her pro-abortion agenda. We must send a clear message to the abortion industry that they are not welcome in Kansas.”
Last night also brought a very important win for the Value Them Both Amendment. With the defeat of Jan Kessinger and John Skubal, both of Overland Park, every Republican who voted against the amendment has either retired or was removed by voters. KFL PAC looks forward to electing the needed 2/3rd majorities necessary in November to protect women and their babies from unlimited abortion.
Kansans for Life PAC is dedicated to protecting and defending the right to life of all innocent humans from the moment of conception to natural death. We engage in recruiting, evaluating, endorsing, electing, and holding accountable pro-life candidates and elected or appointed officials.