call upon President Trump to nominate
a pro-life woman for the next Supreme Court vacancy.
The majority of American women support common-sense abortion limits, and we deserve representation on our nation’s highest court.
Four women have served on the Supreme Court, and all four have consistently ruled in favor of the abortion industry. They have even endorsed the misogynistic notion that women rely on abortion for professional success, and that women cannot “enjoy equal citizenship stature” without abortion.
Now is the time for change. A pro-life woman on our nation’s highest court will be a living rebuke to those who falsely equate abortion with women’s empowerment.
President Trump has promised to nominate pro-life Justices to the Supreme Court.
There are currently six women on his short list; however, he may add to the list at any time. Click on each judge's photo to learn more.
Judge Barrett is a judge on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. She served as a law clerk to the late Justice Scalia. Judge Barrett is also a former law professor at the University of Notre Dame. In 2003, she wrote a law review article arguing that the doctrine of stare decisis – often used to defend Roe v. Wade – needs to be more flexible, because its inflexible application deprives litigants of due process.
Judge Eid, who was raised by a single mother, now serves on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, in the position formerly occupied by Justice Gorsuch. Previously, she was a judge on the Colorado Supreme Court, where she voted to review a lower court decision that curtailed pro-life free speech rights; unfortunately, she was in the minority and therefore the Supreme Court of Colorado did not hear the case. She is a former law clerk to the late Justice Scalia.
One of the youngest people on President Trump's shortlist, Judge Grant was born after the Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade. Judge Grant serves on the Supreme Court of Georgia, which unanimously rejected Planned Parenthood's challenge to the state's 20-week abortion limit. She was recently nominated to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Judge Larsen serves on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. She previously served on the Supreme Court of Michigan, and is a former University of Michigan law professor. In her past candidacies for elected office, she has been endorsed by Michigan Right to Life and the Susan B. Anthony List.
Judge Ryan is a former law clerk to the late Justice Scalia. She has spent much of her career in the field of military law, currently serving as a judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.
Judge Sykes, of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, has a mixed record on life issues. Pro-abortion groups opposed her nomination to the Seventh Circuit because, as a trial court judge, she expressed admiration for pro-life defendants who had been arrested during a protest. On the other hand, she concurred in a 2012 decision favoring Planned Parenthood in its suit against Indiana, which had passed a defunding law.