LUM, Mich. — Kevin Daley received the endorsement of the Right to Life of Michigan Political Action Committee in his race for the 31st state senate seat.
“I’m very thankful to receive the endorsement of Right to Life,” Daley said. “I have always tried to do my best to protect the precious gift of life. I am honored to have the backing of Right to Life, and I look forward to continuing to be a voice for the unborn. ”
As state representative from 2009-2014, Kevin Daley was known as a proud pro-life advocate. He sponsored a bill to outlaw partial birth abortion in the state of Michigan, and was a leader in the “Donate Life” movement for organ donation.
Right to Life of Michigan Political Action Committee (RLM-PAC) is the political arm of the Right to Life of Michigan organization. The organization seeks to endorse candidates for political office who would “be the best and most effective voice for the unborn.”
Kevin Daley is a fifth-generation farmer and lifetime resident of the district. He served in the Michigan House of Representatives from 2009-2014, the last four years as Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee. He is pro-life, pro-gun, and a proven tax-cutter who will bring back vocational job training in schools and work to lower auto insurance rates. Kevin is running for the 31st state senate district, which includes the counties of Bay, Tuscola, and Lapeer.
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