WASHINGTON — Prominent state elections on Nov. 5 offered mixed results for pro-life and marriage candidates, leading advocates to underscore the importance of pro-life education and work.
In New Jersey, Republican Gov. Chris Christie won his re-election campaign despite criticism for his pro-life viewpoints and his opposition to state legislation to redefine marriage to accommodate same-sex couples.
Even though the state has a large Democratic majority, Christie won with a comfortable majority of the vote, and he gained votes among women, Hispanics, younger voters and blacks.
The governor had faced criticism for his defense of marriage as a union of one man and one woman. In...READ MORE