Here’s everyone who Alabama Citizens for Life has endorsed in the 2018 election cycle

Alabama Citizens United for Life

The state’s largest pro-life group Alabama Citizens for Life (ACL) — a non-partisan, non-denominational, non-profit, working to restore legal protection for all human life from conception to natural death — has endorsed 14 candidates in the 2018 election cycle.

In 1978, ACL began lobbying for pro-life legislation, including:

  • 1987: Parental Notification and Consent Law Enacted
  • 1997: Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act / Ban abortion on Post-Viable Babies
  • 2002: Women’s Right to Know, Informed Consent with 24 hr waiting Period
  • 2002: Choose Life Tag thru DMV
  • 2006: Unborn Victims of Violence Act including provisions for Court to appoint “Guardian” legal counsel to unborn
  • 2010: Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act Bans Abortions after 19 weeks

Here are the candidates who the ACL has endorsed, who they believe will stand up for and protect life:

Statewide races

  • Governor: Kay Ivey and Bill Hightower
  • Lt. Governor: Rusty Glover
  • Attorney General: Steve Marshall
  • Secretary of State: John Merrill
  • Agricultural Commissioner: Gerald Dial
Judicial Races
  • Supreme Court: Tom Parker

State Senate Races

  • District 21: Gerald Allen
  • District 4: Paul Bussman
  • District 6: Larry Stutts
  • District 10: Mac Butler
  • District 12: Del Marsh

State House Races

  • District 14: Tim Wadsworth
  • District 48:  Jim Carns
  • District 76:  Matt Fridy

Steve Marshall_Alabama AG

Attorney General: Steve Marshall

“Steve Marshall has a solid record of fighting for those who cannot speak for themselves, both as Attorney General and District Attorney,” said Cheryl Ciamarra, Director of Alabama Citizens for Life and Board Member to the National Right to Life Committee.

“He has been a vocal advocate for the Brody Act, a protector of religious liberty, and a defender of Alabama’s abortion laws. In the race for Attorney General, Steve is the candidate who best reflects the values of Alabama voters.”