Tag Archive: Democratic Presidential Candidates

Mar 14

Vote for a ProLife, Pro-Family Candidate for President

Republican presidential candidates Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, participate in a debate.

Every four years, voters get a chance to vote for the candidate they prefer for president. This year, we have an opportunity to nominate a prolife, pro-family candidate for president, but only if you vote for a prolife, pro-family candidate. But which candidate is the most prolife and pro-family? Visit www.FLVotesValues.com to find out! The …

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Mar 14

Who is the Most Pro-Personhood Presidential Candidate?

2016 Presidential Candidates ProLife Record

Who is the Most Pro-Personhood Presidential Candidate? Checkout the facts about your favorite prolife presidential candidate. Only self declared prolife candidates are listed. In this voter guide, you’ll see the good, the bad, and the ugly on each candidate. You’ll find that none of the candidates are perfect, but you’ll find that some are more …

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Feb 16

Florida Family Policy Council Releases 2016 Presidential Primary Voter Guide

2016 Florida Family Policy Council Presidential Preference Voter Guide

The Florida Family Policy Council has released it’s 2016 Presidential Primary Voter Guide featuring Republican and Democratic candidates. Topics include: abortion exceptions (rape and incest exceptions), common core, defunding Planned Parenthood, first amendment defense act, natural marriage, homosexual marriage, no new taxes pledge, and path to citizenship. This voter guide is non-partisan and can legally …

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