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There is very little time until the November 8, General Election when our country will decide who will be the next President of the United States. Early voting starts October 20 and runs through November 5. The next president will name the Supreme Court Justice to replace Justice Anton Scalia who died unexpectedly on February 13, 2016.
It is possible given the ages and health condition of other justices that the next president will be also naming more than one justice to the highest court of the land. Naming just one will be momentous; more will mean the court will change dramatically in one way or another.
The fate of the unborn babies, newly born, and the vulnerable will be the hands of the candidates selected on November 8, 2016.
Richard Burr (R) Deborah Ross (D)
Both candidates for US Senate for North Carolina have voting records: Richard Burr’s record is from his service in the Congress; Deborah Ross’s record is from serving in the General Assembly.
Endorsements: National Right to Life and North Carolina Right to Life PAC
Richard Burr served in the US House from 1995 until 2005 and currently serves as our senior senator. His voting record on all the life issues can be found here. Select votes:
Endorsements: Emily’s List, Planned Parenthood, and NARAL Pro-choice America
Deborah Ross served in the North Carolina House from 2003 until June 2013. Her voting record on key life issues can be found here:
2013-2014 Votes (Her votes are listed as Ross, D. for Deborah, not to be confused with Ross, S. for Steve):
Clarify Law/Prohibit Sex Selective Abortion
Insurance and Health Care Conscience Protection (includes Opt Out for Abortion in the Federal Exchange and no elective abortion coverage for employees of cities and counties)
Deborah Ross left the General Assembly before the votes on the Omnibus Pro-Life Bill, Health and Safety Law Changes, was voted on.