Doug Ducey on Abortion
Ducey held a convincing lead of 37 percent in the six-way race after most of the ballots had been counted. His closest rival, ex-mayor Scott Smith, took some 22 percent of the vote.
"Now the real race begins," said the staunchly anti-abortion
Ducey, 50, a former chief executive of ice cream company Cold Stone Creamery, whose supporters include Tea Party favorite Texas Senator Ted Cruz and hardline Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Source: Reuters coverage of 2014 Arizona gubernatorial race
, Aug 27, 2014
Defend the most fundamental right--the right to life
Child Protective Services: We need to commit ourselves to being the safest state in the country for children. We need to help and protect those who can't protect themselves, and as governor I will ensure we have the tools and the resources to do the job
Defend the most fundamental right of any person--the right to life. We need to encourage across our state a culture of life in which the most vulnerable and needy are not viewed as a problem, but as a priority.
Source: 2014 Gubernatorial campaign website, DougDucey.com, "Issues"
, Aug 15, 2014
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