Where do the the US House District 2 Candidates Stand on Abortion

Jennifer Kiggans (R) vs. Elaine Luria (D-Incumbent)

Jennifer Kiggans is pro-life. She opposes abortion on demand, and she supports protection for unborn children.

Jennifer Kiggans opposes the use of our tax dollars for abortion. She also opposes taxpayer funding of abortion providers.

Jennifer Kiggans has a pro-life voting record in the State Senate and is endorsed by Virginia Society for Human Life PAC and National Right to Life PAC.

“Jen has been a fierce champion for the unborn and a lifelong defender of our pro-life values as a mother, nurse practitioner, and State Senator. In the Legislature, Jen has stood up against Democrats’ attempts to expand abortion access and force taxpayers to foot the bill for abortions in the Commonwealth. In Congress, Jen will remain a champion for the unborn and for women who are impacted by abortion. These women must be supported and offered education and mental healthcare in order to help through a most challenging time. Additionally, Jen will focus on passing pro-life legislation supporting and improving foster care, adoption, and family support services in Virginia and across the country.” –Jennifer Kiggans’ Campaign Website

Elaine Luria supports a policy of abortion on demand, which allows abortion for any reason until birth. She has a 0% pro-life voting record.

Elaine Luria voted for a pro-abortion bill that will cancel all state laws protecting the unborn and their mothers and will allow abortion for any reason until birth.

Elaine Luria voted repeatedly to use our tax dollars for abortion and she also voted for taxpayer funding of abortion providers.

“[The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade] is further proof that we need to enshrine reproductive freedom protections into federal law to protect Americans from government overreach and restore the rights of women across the country. I will continue to be an advocate in Congress for women and fight to protect the rights of all Americans, including the right to choose.” –Rep. Elaine Luria

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Candidate Comparisons for other 2022 Virginia Races

House of Representatives District One:  Wittman vs. Jones
House of Representatives District Two: Luria vs. Kiggans
House of Representatives District Three:  Scott vs. Namkung
House of Representatives District Four:  McEachin vs. Benjamin
House of Representatives District Five:  Good vs. Throneburg
House of Representatives District Six:  Cline vs. Lewis
House of Representatives District Seven:  Spanberger vs. Vega
House of Representatives District Eight:  Beyer vs. Lipsman
House of Representatives District Nine:  Griffith vs. DeVaughn
House of Representatives District Ten:  Wexton  vs. Cao
House of Representatives District Eleven:  Connolly vs. Myles

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