Sanctity of Life

It’s a scientific fact:  At the moment of conception, pre-born babies have independent DNA.

        

Not their mother’s.  Not their father’s.  Their own.               

        

From that moment forward, their hair and eye color -- all the way down to the shape of their little toes -- has already been determined.

        

And yet, even knowing all of that, some who don’t want to deal with the “inconvenience” of  having a child have the audacity to deny the preborn their humanity.

               

This is an unspeakable tragedy.

        

What’s worse is that instead of protecting life, the government has just “looked the other way” for over 40 years!

        

Since the Supreme Court ruled on Roe vs. Wade in 1973, over 50 million babies have been aborted.

        

During that time, we have listened to one promise after the other from politicians who are pro-life on Election Day but refuse to lift a finger to fight against abortion-on-demand once elected.  This has resulted in 4 babies being put to death in Alaska every day.

        

I believe this must stop. 

        

But not only do I believe it must stop, I have spent a large part of my life fighting for it to stop.  As the former Executive Director of Alaska’s only statewide organization dedicated to the end of abortion, I have vetted candidates, pled with politicians, and written legislation in an effort to bring about the end of the greatest atrocity of our history. 

        

Through these efforts I have been subjected to the vitriol of the pro-abortion Left and the condescending under-handedness of the apathetic Political Class who have refused to lead on this paramount issue.

        

My work on the Life at Conception Act (which I wrote and was introduced after years of changes and perfecting), showed me that much of Alaska’s Political Class really don’t want to touch this issue.  It’s a devastating reality and one that I am committed to change.

        

Alaska’s pre-born babies deserve a collective and ongoing plea for their lives. 

        

If you give me the opportunity to serve as the Governor of Alaska, I will work tirelessly to:

        

  • Support and sign pro-life legislation that will save innocent human lives

  • End state funded abortion

        

I am 100% committed to the cause of the pre-born and, if elected, you can count on me to stand up for life even in the face of adversity.