Personhood SC has secured the commitment of SC Governor to sign the Personhood Act of SC ( S.719 / H .3530 ) into South Carolina Law !
Presently S.719 is in the SC Senate Judiciary Committee after passing a SC Senate Judiciary Subcommittee favorably April 26, 2017
SC Governor Henry McMaster’s letter of commitment to sign Personhood Act of SC ( H.3530/S.719) into SC Law:
SC Governor Henry McMaster (R):
“Please know that I strongly support the Personhood Act (H.3530 and S.217) and look forward to signing it into law.
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From: Personhood South Carolina <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: October 10, 2017 at 9:35:55 AM EDT
Subject: McMaster Signs Personhood Pledge!
Governor McMaster Signs Personhood Pledge…
We heard from another candidate in the upcoming race for SC Governor! Current SC Governor Henry McMaster affirmed our questions and has pledged his support of S.217/H.3530 and personhood legislation. Thank you, Gov. McMaster!
The Governor also sent us a wonderful letter, a portion of which we share with you:
“I believe human life begins at conception. Life should be protected and defended from conception to death. As governor I will vigorously defend the rights of the unborn…. Please know that I strongly support the Personhood Act and look forward to signing it into law.”
We are thankful for Gov. McMaster’s solid commitment to personhood legislation!
Two Republican candidates have yet to respond to our pledge: McGill and Templeton. As soon as we hear anything, we will let you know. Please share this email and let others know what is going on with the Republican candidates for SC Governor.
Sincerely in Christ,
Personhood SC Board
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Gaffney, SC 29342
Christians for Personhood Note / Update:
Personhood SC has since confirmed the positions on the Personhood Act of two more Republican candidates for SC Governor: Yancey McGill supports the Personhood Act, however Catherine Templeton supports “exceptions” to a ban on murdering unborn children, and therefore does not support the Personhood Act.
In Summary, three of the four Republican candidates for SC Governor support the Personhood Act:
– Governor Henry McMaster
– Lt Governor Kevin Bryant
– Former SC Senator Yancey McGill
Only Catherine Templeton does not support protecting all human beings in the womb.
SC Gov. McMaster pledges to sign bill that could ban abortion