State of South Carolina Archives: on Abortion


Joyce Dickerson: Women should have the right to family planning

She believes that women should have the right to family planning. It is intrusive for political advocate groups to fight against a woman's right to choose.
Source: 2014 S.C. Senate campaign website, JoyceDickersonSC.com Oct 9, 2014

Brad Hutto: Empower women to make reproductive health decisions

Women's Health: Government should not dictate health decisions for women in this country. Brad believes women should be empowered to consult with their families, healthcare providers, and religious advisors to make reproductive health decisions. Women do not need Washington politicians like Lindsey Graham telling them what to do.
Source: 2014 S.C. Senate campaign website, BradHutto.com Jun 25, 2014

Elizabeth Colbert-Busch: Pro-choice

The candidates differed over issues such as immigration reform, the federal health care overhaul and abortion during the debate sponsored by the Patch news service, the South Carolina Radio Network and Charleston television station WCBD. [Sanford is pro-life].
Source: Post-Bulletin on 2013 S.C. House Dist. 1 debate Apr 29, 2013

Alvin Greene: Pro-choice; but no federal subsidies

Q: Do you consider yourself pro-choice or pro-life?

A: Pro-choice.

Q: Should abortion be legal only within the first trimester of pregnancy?

A: Yes.

Q: Should abortion be legal when the pregnancy resulted from incest or rape?

A: Yes.

Q: Should abortion be legal when the life of the woman is endangered?

A: Yes.

Q: Should federal subsidies be prohibited from being used for abortion procedures?

A: Yes.

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Source: S.C. Congressional Election 2010 Political Courage Test Oct 1, 2010

Alvin Greene: Federal funding for embryonic stem cell research

Q: Do you support federal funding for embryonic stem cell research?

A: Yes.

Source: S.C. Congressional Election 2010 Political Courage Test Oct 1, 2010

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Donald Trump(NY)
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V.P.Joe Biden(DE)
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Sen.Elizabeth Warren(MA)
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