I look forward to the day all women come to their senses. The number of new, pro-life Republican women elected to the House of Representatives has climbed further, and now stands at 16, with the possibility of three more joining the group. We hear it all the time from Progressives. Let’s pass more laws on killing babies. Or Let’s make abortion even after birth. I always wondered why didn’t their parents feel the same way?
Additional races have yet to be decided, and pro-life leaders hope the number will expand even more. Pro-abortion Democrats still control the U.S. House, but their majority is thinning.
In a story about the upcoming 117th Congress, which convenes Jan. 3, The Christian Post reports the GOP will nearly double its pro-life lawmakers from 13 to 24. All of those freshman GOP lawmakers are women.
Pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List told CP the wave of pro-life women is a “stunning blow to Nancy Pelosi and her pro-abortion agenda.”
“These are all strong women that reject the left’s version of feminism,” Jessica Anderson of Heritage Action for America reports. “They support having a family, love of country, they’re pro-life, and they’re eager to lead … in Washington.”
Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) won election
Sens. Joni Ernst (R-IA), Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV), and Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) won re-election
Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) advances to a runoff to take place Jan. 5, 2021
Maria Salazar (FL-27) – flipped Democrat-held seat
Yvette Herrell (NM-02) – flipped Democrat-held seat
Michelle Fischbach (MN-07) – flipped Democrat-held seat
Nancy Mace (SC-01) – flipped Democrat-held seat
Stephanie Bice (OK-05) – flipped Democrat-held seat
Ashley Hinson (IA-01) – flipped Democrat-held seat
Nicole Malliotakis (NY-11) – flipped Democrat-held
Lauren Boebert (CO-03)
Lisa McClain (MI-10)
Kat Cammack (FL-03)
Diana Harshbarger (TN-01)
Mary Miller (IL-15)
Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA-14)
Michelle Steel (CA-48)
Beth Van Duyne (TX-24)
Victoria Spartz (IN-05)