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National Right to Life Endorses Daniel Cameron in Kentucky Gubernatorial Race

by | Jun 22, 2023

WASHINGTON — National Right to Life announced its endorsement of Attorney General Daniel Cameron in the race for Kentucky Governor.

“National Right to Life is pleased to endorse Daniel Cameron for Kentucky Governor,” said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life. “As Attorney General, Daniel Cameron has defended commonsense measures to protect the lives of unborn children, and he is a strong advocate for providing pregnant women with the support they need to make life-affirming decisions.”

Daniel Cameron supports protections for unborn children and their mothers, and he opposes using Kentucky tax dollars to pay for abortions. As Governor, he will be a fighter for Kentucky’s pregnancy help centers, which offer women and their families critical support and resources when facing an unexpected pregnancy.

By contrast, Governor Andy Beshear (D) takes the same pro-abortion position as fellow Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. He supports a policy of unlimited abortion for any reason throughout pregnancy, and he supports using tax dollars to pay for abortions. Beshear even vetoed legislation to protect unborn babies past the point by which science shows they are capable of experiencing pain.

“Governor Beshear’s support for unlimited abortions until birth is extreme, dangerous for mothers and their unborn children, and out of touch with Kentucky voters,” said Tobias. “Kentucky deserves a governor like Daniel Cameron who is committed to building a culture of life.”

Daniel Cameron is also endorsed by Kentucky Right to Life Victory PAC, the political arm of National Right to Life’s state affiliate.

“Kentucky Right to Life is proud to stand with National Right to Life in support of Daniel Cameron for Governor,” said Addia Wuchner, R.N., executive director of Kentucky Right to Life. “We look forward to highlighting Cameron’s principled pro-life leadership and exposing Andy Beshear’s appalling pro-abortion record.”

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