ATLANTA – After a short and heated primary fight for the Republican nomination in five of Georgia’s Congressional districts, all five incumbents emerged to represent their districts in the November general elections. Notably, all five victors were GLA Certified Pro-Life Candidates.
“The success of each candidate in these races confirms the confidence of their constituents in each man’s commitment to fight on behalf of the unborn” said Executive Director Emily Matson. “From Atlanta to Washington, Barry Loudermilk has remained a solid advocate for the unborn. From Atlanta to Washington, Tom Graves has voted each time to affirm the pro-life agenda. From Atlanta to Washington, Doug Collins has voted for every measure to save the unborn. From Atlanta to Washington, Austin Scott has affirmed his position on protecting the unborn. Since arriving in Washington, Rick Allen has remained solid in his commitment to the unborn. These Congressmen’s leadership, acumen, and principle are key to chiseling away at ‘abortion on demand’.”
Austin Scott, Barry Loudermilk, and Tom Graves will face Democratic challengers in November. None of their challengers have applied for GLA’s Pro-Life Certification.
Georgia Life Alliance is the Georgia affiliate of National Right to Life.