SC Personhood Amendment – Focus on Seven Senators ( 5R, 2D ) on Senate Judiciary Committee

Focus on Seven Senators ( 5R, 2D ) for Tuesday, April 5 meeting of Senate Judiciary Committee:

Please continue to contact / lobby these seven non-supporting SC Senators.

Contact information on the SC Legislature website for all SC Senators is posted here.

Freshman Republican Senators:

Sean Bennett ( R – Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester )

Greg Hembree ( R – Dillon, Horry )

Paul Thurmond ( R – Charleston, Dorchester )

Multi-term Incumbent Republican Senators:

Luke A. Rankin ( R – Horry ) [ incumbent Senator 1993 – 2016 ]

George E. “Chip” Campsen, III ( R – Beaufort, Charleston, Colleton ) [ incumbent Senator 2005 – 2016 ]

Freshman Democrat Senators

J. Thomas McElveen, III ( D – Kershaw, Lee, Richland, Sumter )

Ronnie A. Sabb ( D – Berkeley, Florence, Georgetown, Horry, Williamsburg )

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1) See the list posted here of the 22 SC Senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee ( 13 R, 9 D ), and these Members’ Positions on the S.719 SC Personhood Constitutional Amendment.

2) As described on this list of these 22 SC Senators, seven ( 7 ) are co-sponsors and/or have signed the pledge to vote for the S.719 SC Personhood Constitutional Amendment.

3) In addition, Senator Larry Martin ( R-Pickens ), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has agreed to vote for S.719 in the Judiciary Committee; however, as a judicial supremacist, he reportedly remains opposed to S.719 and plans to vote against S.719 if/when S.719 makes it out of Judiciary Committee onto the Senate calendar, and if/when S.719 comes up for debate on the floor of the SC Senate.  Also, Senator Larry Martin has in the past voted for “exceptions” to a ban on child-murder-by-“abortion”, and for the SC taxpayer funding of those “exceptions” ( i.e., he has voted in support of the use of SC taxpayer funds to murder certain children in the womb based upon the circumstances of the their conceptions.  This is murder, because God says, “Thou shalt not kill ( murder ).”  Exodus 20:13, KJV.

4) In addition, one other non-supporting Senator has agreed to abstain from voting, and to at least not vote against S.719.

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Therefore, with a maximum of 21 Senators voting, eleven  ( 11 ) would be needed for a majority, and yet only eight ( 8 ) ‘Yes’ votes in favor of passing S.719 out of the Senate Judiciary Committee have been identified at the present time.

Please contact one or all of these seven ( 7 ) Senators, asking them:

Sean Bennett ( R – Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester )

Greg Hembree ( R – Dillon, Horry )

Paul Thurmond ( R – Charleston, Dorchester )

Luke A. Rankin ( R – Horry ) [ incumbent Senator 1993 – 2016 ]

George E. “Chip” Campsen, III ( R – Beaufort, Charleston, Colleton ) [ incumbent Senator 2005 – 2016 ]

J. Thomas McElveen, III ( D – Kershaw, Lee, Richland, Sumter )

Ronnie A. Sabb ( D – Berkeley, Florence, Georgetown, Horry, Williamsburg )

1) To please vote to pass S.719 SC Personhood Constitutional Amendment next Tuesday, April 5th in the Senate Judiciary Committee, to move forward the effort to put S.719 on the ballot in the November 8, 2016 General Election and let the people of South Carolina have the opportunity to vote on what is in our own State Constitution !

2) And if they cannot vote ‘Yes’ to pass S.719, then ask them to at least not vote against S.719, and to please abstain.

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If you are a Bible-believing, born again Christian, please pray for the Lord to turn the hearts of these seven ( 7 ) SC State Senators.

“The king’s heart is in the Hand of the LORD, as the rivers of water:
He turneth it whithersoever He will.”

Proverb 21:1, KJV ( with deity capitalized )

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