Election day is approaching, this coming Tuesday, November 6. Perhaps the most heated and intense mid-term elections in modern history (or ever?) and the stakes for Maryland have never been higher. We surveyed our local and state-level candidates again, as we did for the primary election, and have compiled their results here on our blog and social media accounts. Check our Facebook page often this weekend for relevant voter education.
Our second round of surveys yielded few results. The two Libertarian candidates for Senate and Congress let us know how they feel about protecting the unborn and the elderly, infirm, and disabled. A newcomer to the County Commissioner Race let his opinion on the Right to Life be known, and a MD State Senate and MD State Delegate candidate each weighed in on their intent for pro-life laws. See our table below:
For a copy of the questions asked of the candidates, mirroring those drafted by Maryland Right to Life, you may click here:
Trent Horn was our very first speaker to join us at our Annual Pro-Life Symposium here in Southern Maryland. He is a Catholic apologist that frequently makes the case for the unborn and helps us to do the same.
LIVE SPEECH AUDIO:
2017 2nd Annual
Southern Maryland Pro-Life Symposium