Minnesota’s Largest Pro-Life Group Endorses Michelle Fischbach in 7th District Race
LITCHFIELD, MN – Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), the largest pro-life group in Minnesota, today officially endorsed former Lt. Governor Michelle Fischbach in her bid for Minnesota’s 7th District. In response to their endorsement, Michelle Fischbach released the following statement:
“Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life has been the strongest advocate for protecting the vulnerable in our state. I am grateful for their support, and I am committed to promoting pro-life legislation in Congress. As a representative for the 7th District, I will always vote to protect the rights of unborn children and their mothers, and I will be a leader on advancing pro-life legislation, as I was during my time in the Minnesota Senate. I will work with President Trump to fight back against Democrats’ radical efforts to promote infanticide and late-term abortion, and I will oppose all taxpayer funding of abortion and abortion providers.”
MCCL released the following statement:
“Michelle Fischbach is a thoroughly proven pro-life leader who perfectly reflects the pro-life values of the 7th District,” says MCCL Federal PAC President Leo LaLonde. “She will take that pro-life conviction and leadership to Congress, where it is very much needed.”
“There is no other candidate in this race—and no Minnesota elected official, for that matter—who has a pro-life record nearly as extensive as Michelle’s,” says LaLonde. “Her accomplishments on behalf of innocent human life speak for themselves, and we look forward to her future work in Washington to advance protection for unborn children and their mothers.”
Read MCCL’s full press release endorsing Fischbach here.
In addition to the MCCL endorsement, Fischbach was yesterday endorsed by National Right to Life Committee, the largest pro-life group in the United States, and is being supported by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Congressman Pete Stauber, former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Senator Tom Cotton, and more than 20 current state legislators who represent portions of Minnesota’s 7th District.