This page links to candidate records and statements regarding positions on abortion and euthanasia, and other life issues.
We focus on records and actions, and recommend that all of our members put principles before parties or personalities when they go to vote in November.
MCFL's Federal Political Action Committee, which is a separate entity from Massachusetts Citizens for Life, but dedicated to endorsing pro-life candidates, endorsed President Donald J. Trump on his reelection bid for President.
Read for details on Pence and Harris, and a summary of the debate.
Kamala Harris's record as attorney general in California demonstrates she will defy justice, and the Constitution, to support Planned Parenthood.
Joe Biden, in word and action, refuses to concede there might ever be a place for pro-life democrats in his camp.
Through their proven track record, these candidates show themselves as champions of human life and rights in our state.
Pro-Life Rep. John Rogers (D-12th Norfolk) won his primary challenge. MCFL rented its list of over 1,000 names in the district to Rogers’ campaign sharing the candidates’ positions on life.
Pro-Life Sen. Nick Collins (D-1st Suffolk) won primary election. He’s running unopposed in the general.
Pro-Life Rep. Paul Donato (D-35th Middlesex) won his primary challenge.
Pro-Life Republican Candidate, David Rosa, lost primary for 4th congressional seat to Republican Julie Hall* whose positions on life are unknown. He requested an endorsement weeks ago. We waited until the day before to announce.
^Pro-Life Rep David M. Nangle (D-16th Middlesex) lost his primary to a Democrat who will run unopposed and whose positions on life are unknown.
^Nangle, indicted in February on more than two dozen federal fraud charges to which he has pleaded not guilty, has served in the House for 11 terms and was a member of Speaker Robert DeLeo’s leadership team until stepping down from that post after his arrest.
Pro-Life Democratic candidate, David K. Bartley, lost to Patricia Duffy* whose positions on life are unknown.
Pro-Life Republican candidate, Thomas F. Keyes, lost to Steve Xiarhos* for the 5th Barnstable District. Xiarhos’ position on life is unknown
Pro-Life Republican candidate, Dan Allie, lost to Kelly Pease* for the 4th Hampden District. Pease’s position on life is unknown
Pro-abortion Sen. James Welch (Hampden) lost is seat to Adam Gomez. Gomez filled out a progressive group’s questionnaire saying he would support the repeal of parental notification laws. Unknown on DPS so we should approach him to persuade him to vote against DPS instead of abortion issues.
Democrat Rob Consalvo will replace retiring Pro-Life Democrat, Rep. Angelo Scaccia, for the 14th Suffolk district. Find out if he is pro-life or not.
* Republican Julie Hall won Republican primary for 4th Congressional District. Her positions on life are unknown.
*Democrat Patricia Duffy won the 5th Hampden primary. Her positions on life are unknown.
*Republican Steve Xiarhos won the 5th Barnstable primary. His positions on life are unknown.