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Elections have consequences.

It is a line that gets tossed out a lot in politics. And it’s true.

One of the major consequences of the 2020 elections in Iowa came last night when Iowa House Republicans nearly unanimously voted to support the Life Amendment.

At this time, it is important to recognize that all seven Republican House freshmen who won in a district that was previously held by a Democrat voted for the Life Amendment.

All seven.

Without their presence in the House, the Life Amendment doesn’t pass. It is that simple.

So, take some time to reach out to these individuals and thank them for their courage of conviction and their commitment to the principles of the Republican Party.

Their support of the Life Amendment did not and cannot go unnoticed.

Rep. Cherielynn Westrich: [email protected]

Rep. Chad Ingels: [email protected]

Rep. Martin Graber: [email protected]

Rep. Garrett Gobble: [email protected]

Rep. Steven Bradley: [email protected]

Rep. Brooke Boden: [email protected]

Rep. Eddie Andrews: [email protected]

Keep these names in mind, folks. All seven won seats that Democrats previously held, which means they’ll be in battles for re-election come 2022.

When the time comes to make your campaign donations for the 2022 cycle, these seven individuals represent a great starting point for candidates you should consider supporting.

Author: Jacob Hall