By: Brittney Martin

Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, said the organization endorsed Romney in 2012 and McCain in 2008 but that its 16-member board has not made a 2016 presidential endorsement.

“As of right now, they have not decided to release anything,” Pojman said. “We do have our on voter guide up for all of the other endorsements we’ve made, but we’re not listing anything on that race at this time.”

No board member has contributed to Trump’s campaign, according to OpenSecrets.org, which tracks federal campaign contributions.

By: Andrea Zelinski

The state clearly favors childbirth over abortion and should be able to promote that view point in its policies and brochure, said Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, a leading anti-abortion group. “It’s not supposed to be a peer-reviewed paper in a medical journal,” he said. “It’s for people that are under great stress and need to know their options.”

By: Brian M. Rosenthal

“Since Planned Parenthood has only a few dozen sites in the state compared to than 4,600 providers in the Texas Women’s Health Program, we believe there will be ample providers of women’s health services for low-income women across the state,” said Joe Pojman, executive director of Texas Alliance for Life, an Austin-based anti-abortion group.

By: Peggy Fikac and Kelsey Bradshaw

“Can you imagine the gnashing of teeth, the terrible just outpouring of grief and concern from this group if these videos had been on aborted kittens or puppies? Aren’t you tired of these being fetuses?” said Rep. Jim Keffer, R-Eastland, at the rally sponsored by the Texas Alliance for Life in Austin.