As early voting is underway in the important statewide primary election, Texas’ oldest and largest pro-life organization has picked its preferred pro-life candidates in the upcoming contests.

“Texas Right to Life PAC … only endorses candidates and incumbents who will champion the ProLife cause as officeholders,” the nonprofit wrote. “All Texas Right to Life PAC endorsed candidates have undergone a thorough and vigorous vetting process to ensure that they share the goals of [the PAC] to protect innocent human Life from conception until natural death, regardless of age or disability, through public policy reforms.”

The nonprofit’s endorsements are in races across the state, including those for Congress, state representative and senator, county judge, and Texas’ State Board of Education.

“Anti-Life advocates are out for blood. They not only want to abort children through all nine months of pregnancy, but they want YOU to fund the destruction with your tax dollars,” wrote Texas Right to Life. “Pro-abortion forces will target Texas like never before, trying to sway you, your family, and your neighbors to vote Democrat.”

Notably absent from the list, however, is a pick for governor.

Gov. Greg Abbott currently faces three primary Republican challengers: Lt. Col. Allen West, former State Sen. Don Huffines, and media personality Chad Prather. The crowded contest came after citizens across the state expressed their displeasure with Abbott for shutting down their livelihoods during the coronavirus and repeatedly refusing to get priority work done, such as lowering property taxes, securing the border, fortifying the power grid, prohibiting vaccine mandates, outlawing child mutilation experiments, and protecting women’s sports.

Early voting began on Monday and continues through February 25, with Election Day on March 1.

Texas Right to Life’s full list of endorsements can be viewed here.

Jacob Asmussen

Jacob Asmussen is a Senior Journalist for Texas Scorecard. He attended the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and in 2017 earned a double major in public relations and piano performance.