Where do the the US House District 7 Candidates Stand on Abortion

Yesli Vega (R) vs. Abigail Spanberger (D-Incumbent)

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

Yesli Vega opposes the use of our tax dollars for abortion. She also opposes taxpayer funding of abortion providers.

Yesli Vega is endorsed by Virginia Society for Human Life PAC and National Right to Life PAC.

“Our founding document says that life is a human right given to us by our Creator. I believe this statement and believe that every life is precious which is why I’m proudly pro-life. This is a position I’ve had since I was a child and I’ve not wavered on it. We in Virginia know first hand what it sounds like when our elected officials disregard the most innocent among us and talk about them as if they’re some sort of trash to be discarded. We must not become so callous as a society to reward these kinds of views. As your representative in Congress, I will always stand on the side of the words in our Declaration of Independence and on the side of saving innocent life.” –Yesli Vega Campaign Website

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

Abigail Spanberger 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.   

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

“I will always support defending women’s access to reproductive healthcare and federal funding to Planned Parenthood and other providers that protect healthcare access to women and men.”                -Rep. Abigail Spanberger

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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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