Last week, Life Right Action released its endorsements of elected officials running for re-election in Iowa. This week, they released their list of endorsements of “life defenders.” These are candidates who are either challenging incumbents or running for an open seat the organization says is committed to protecting human life.

“Running for office is no easy commitment,” Jenifer Bowen, President of Life Right Action said. “Nor is taking a stand for the most vulnerable among us. We are excited to stand with those who will work to protect all human lives, born and unborn.”

Statewide Office:

  • Treasurer of State: Jeremy Davis

Iowa Senate:

  • District 01: Zach Whiting
  • District 33: Edward Bernie Hayes

Iowa House:

  • District 15: LeAnn Hughes
  • District 26: Rebel Snodgrass
  • District 30: Brian Lohse
  • District 32: William (Bill) Charlier
  • District 33: Greg Malone
6 comments
  1. It it just me, or does this list of endorsements seem kind of bizarre? None of the candidates are in any sort of swing seat, with perhaps the exception of Brian Lohse. It would seem as if they’re making paper tiger endorsements in a handful of seats where the outcome is a bygone conclusion.

      1. Also, House candidates at least are discouraged by House leadership from filling out questionnaires. It was easier for her to endorse elected officials based on their voting records, but you can’t do that with candidates.

  2. Life Right Action has endorsed Rebel Snodgrass, of Indianola, Republican Candidate for Iowa House District 26.

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