The House District 7 candidate outlined a strong pro-life vision
for Florida at the Capital City Republican Club earlier today.
Lynda Bell today addressed the monthly meeting of the Capital City Republican Club, where she discussed her experience briefing President Donald Trump on pro-life issues at Trump Tower during the 2016 campaign. Later today, she will testify in the Florida Senate against a bill that will make it easier for palliative care professionals to end the lives of patients whose death is predicted to be imminent.
“The value our culture places on human life is of preeminent importance,” said Bell. “I’m grateful we have a president in the White House who is boldly enacting a strong pro-life agenda, and we must do the same at the state level. Too often, measures that, on the surface, appear to be compassionate actually mask an anti-life agenda. It is incumbent on us to vigilantly protect the most vulnerable among us, from the preborn to the elderly, and I consider it a great honor to be engaged in the fight for life.”
A Republican, Bell is running in the special election to succeed Representative Halsey Beshears in House District 7. She began her address earlier today with a salute to the veterans in the room, saying “our veterans and first responders fight for our freedom and our safety and we should fight for them.”
Bell currently serves as the President of Florida Right to Life and was endorsed by the group’s political arm last month.