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National Right to Life endorses Judge Roy Moore in Alabama senate special election

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National Right to Life today endorsed pro-life Judge Roy Moore (R) in the Alabama special election to serve out the term of Jeff Sessions, who vacated the post in February to become U.S. Attorney General. Moore defeated Sen. Luther Strange, who was appointed to temporarily fill the vacancy, in a special primary earlier this year. Moore faces pro-abortion Democrat Doug Jones in the December 12 general election.

“Judge Roy Moore’s position on life reflects the true values of Alabama’s voters,” said Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director. “There is a stark contrast between Judge Moore, who supports legal protection for unborn children, and Doug Jones, who supports abortion for any reason until birth. Alabama voters concerned with the protection of the most vulnerable members of the human family should vote to send Judge Roy Moore to the U.S. Senate.”

In a letter to Judge Moore announcing the endorsement, National Right to Life cited his support of pro-life legislative efforts such as the Hyde Amendment and the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. National Right to Life also recognized Moore’s longstanding commitment to pro-life principles and for speaking up on behalf of the unborn and their mothers.

In pro-life areas of the country, like Alabama, Democratic candidates must have pro-life voters in order to win. However they must also appease the pro-abortion masters of the Democratic Party. As witnessed earlier this year, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez announced that the DNC would only support candidates who support an extreme abortion agenda calling for unrestricted abortion for any reason – including late abortions after 20 weeks and taxpayer funding of abortion.

The most ridiculous evidence of this took place earlier this year when West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin appeared in a picture holding a Planned Parenthood sign that read, “I stand with Planned Parenthood.” Manchin later appeared in a picture with a pro-life group holding a sign that read, “We don’t need Planned Parenthood.”

Manchin, who claims to be pro-life, has a 25% pro-life voting record in the 115th Congress. There are similar situations in other parts of the country where Democratic senators must have pro-life votes to win including Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly (25% pro-life voting record), Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey (0% pro-life voting record), and North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (25% pro-life voting record.) They will seek to get pro-life votes while trying to please the pro-abortion masters of the Democratic Party.

“This radical abortion litmus test comes from the Democratic Party that is backing Doug Jones in his campaign against pro-life Judge Roy Moore,” added Cross. “But they cannot beat the infrastructure and grassroots base of National Right to Life, its state affiliates, including Alabama Right to Life, which can respond quickly anywhere in the country. For that reason, we are confident Alabama voters will elect Roy Moore on December 12.”

The endorsement of Judge Roy Moore by the National Right to Life organization in the Alabama senate special election reflects the organization’s alignment with Moore’s stance on issues related to abortion and other pro-life policies. National Right to Life, as a leading advocacy group for pro-life causes, typically endorses candidates who demonstrate strong support for their agenda, including opposition to abortion and advocacy for policies that protect the sanctity of human life.

Judge Roy Moore, known for his conservative views and outspoken opposition to abortion, likely aligns closely with the priorities and values of the National Right to Life organization. His track record on issues related to abortion rights and his public statements advocating for pro-life policies make him a natural candidate for endorsement by pro-life groups like National Right to Life.

It’s important to note that endorsements by organizations like National Right to Life can carry significant weight in political campaigns, particularly in races where candidates’ positions on social issues like abortion are highly scrutinized. Moore’s endorsement by National Right to Life may serve to bolster his support among conservative voters who prioritize pro-life issues when selecting candidates.

However, endorsements by advocacy groups also have the potential to be divisive, particularly in races where candidates’ positions on controversial issues like abortion are deeply polarizing. While Moore’s endorsement by National Right to Life may solidify his support among pro-life voters, it may also alienate voters who hold different views on reproductive rights and other social issues.

Ultimately, endorsements by organizations like National Right to Life underscore the importance of social and cultural issues in political campaigns and highlight the role of advocacy groups in shaping electoral outcomes. As the Alabama senate special election unfolds, Moore’s endorsement by National Right to Life will likely continue to be a point of contention and scrutiny among voters and political observers alike.


Chelsea Garcia is a political writer with a special interest in international relations and social issues. Events surrounding the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel are a major focus for political journalists. But as a former local reporter, she is also interested in national politics.

Chelsea Garcia studied media, communication and political science in Texas, USA, and learned the journalistic trade during an internship at a daily newspaper. In addition to her political writing, she is pursuing a master's degree in multimedia and writing at Texas.

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