Voters in several states will go to the polls this fall to decide questions focused on the sanctity of human life. Some will choose whether or not to protect all unborn children from the heinous act of abortion. Others will decide whether to destroy human embryos for research, and still others may vote to make assisted suicide a simple matter in their state.
As a voter who prioritizes the sanctity of human life, I’m curious about how those running to represent me would vote on these issues. My purpose for writing is to ask: where do you stand on the sanctity of human life? What is your position on abortion? On embryonic stem-cell research? On assisted suicide? In your view, are these activities morally permissible or not?
As a member of the Center for Moral Clarity, a national Christian grassroots organization, I am seriously inquiring into your views so I can cast an informed vote Nov. 4, and I look forward to your reply. Thank you for your time, and for your anticipated response.