STATEMENTS ON ISSUES AFFECTING OUR STATE!
ROE VS WADE
I am proud to be pro abortion/ pro-reproductive rights today because of the many who fought on the streets, in front of the state capital in every state, in courts, hospitals parking lots, in churches, temples, on the bridges over bloody rivers. I have not always been a liberal or a democrat at one time I drank the cool aid but thanks to very strong women I am who I am today. It’s my body and no government of men ( white privilege male have the rights to tell me how to treat it.)
“For 50 years, women have relied on their constitutional right to make their own medical decisions, but today that right has been tragically ripped away. That means it’s now up to the states to determine whether women get reproductive health care, and in North Carolina they still can.The Governor and Democratic members of the NC State General Assembly as well as candidate who are Pro-Reproductive Freedom Candidate like myself will continue to trust women to make their own medical decisions as we fight to keep politicians out of the doctor’s exam room."
Today's U.S. Supreme Court opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization reversed Roe v. Wade, the constitutional protection that pregnant people have had for nearly half a century to legal abortion. In doing so, the highest Court in the land has effectively handed immense power over women’s bodies to state legislators.
The North Carolina General Assembly is our last line of defense against anti-choice forces intent on dismantling access to abortion and reproductive health care. Republicans in the legislature have already shown us what will happen if they retake the ability to override Governor Cooper’s veto in November’s election, making our work of electing pro-reproductive rights women all the more important.
Rev. Dr. Wendy Ella May
Candidate for NC State House District 28
Statement on the mass school shooting today.
UVALDE, Texas (AP) — A Texas hospital says two people have died after a shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde. Update from (AP) and (ABC news) 19 students, 2 adults dead after shooting at Texas elementary school: as of 10:44 pm our time
Wendy Ella May Statement on school shooting.
Rev. Dr. Wendy Ella May released the following message.
It is always sad that we must make a statement about the deaths of anyone by gun voilence she remember a time when schools were safe for children to learn and not to have to worry about someone coming in the school to kill, Dr May spent most of her adult life as a public servant and fells gun smart laws would prevent this type of event from happening. She also fells that better school safety and access to school campus is needed, we should have learned from previous events that safety is and always should the first priority￼ for every school district. Wendy Ella May is the owner of Safety Color Codes Training Center in Selma, North Carolina where she trains people in situation awareness and preparedness. Ms May also is a Mom’s Demand Action member as well as receiving the￼ 2022 Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction, she believes that it is time for the following Rev. Dr. May
We all want to keep our families safe. That’s why we fight for policies that are proven to reduce gun violence, protect children, and make our communities safer.
This isn’t about “gun control.” It’s about preventing gun violence in all its forms, and encouraging gun safety and responsible gun ownership.
No one law can stop all tragedies, but there are critical steps we can take now that will make a difference and save lives.
The American people are demanding leaders who will stand up to the gun lobby and fight for common-sense gun safety measures that will help keep guns out of the hands of people who shouldn’t have them:
Background checks make it harder for people who aren’t allowed to own guns to get them and are the foundation of any effective effort to reduce gun violence.
When a loved one is in crisis, red flag or extreme risk laws, give family members
and law enforcement a tool to intervene if there is evidence that someone poses a
risk to themselves or others with a firearm, while protecting due process.
Combatting daily gun violence that doesn’t always make national news, by funding
research into the gun violence crisis and the programs that address its causes, including community violence intervention programs.
Rev. Dr. Wendy Ella May also ask you to please in your own way keep the families of the victims and the community in your thoughts as they deal with this horrible situation and event.
For more statements or questions please contact the candidate via the campaign at email@example.com
My statement on the remarks made by NC Lt. Governor at the NRA convention.
The people of North Carolina deserve better then a hater who has the blood on victims on his hands.
The Lt. Governor is a hater who has attacked the Jewish faith and the LGBTQQIA2GNC community, and has called us Filth and then makes remarks like this(￼ "I got them AR-15s in case the government gets too big for his britches because I'm going to fill the backside of them britches with some lead," he says in the video. "I'm going to say it to you plain. Your boy ain't going down without, he isn't going down without swinging.") Mark Robinson’s rhetoric is dangerous and fails to represent the best of North Carolina. Our elected officials should not be advocating for a violent overthrow of the government. This speech puts our safety and democracy at risk.
He as well the elected republicans on Jones Street who continue to vote against Gun laws which could save lives and which do not effect the rights of our constitution need to be fired and sent home.
We need smart gun laws not remarks made by a mad man who hands are covered by the blood of every gun victim. My question is how many children do you need to see gunned down, communities torn apart, and lives upended, before you’ll finally decide to put lives ahead of the gun lobby and actually do something to stop this senseless violence? As a gun smart candidate I will fight him and every Republican in Raleigh when I am elected in November.
Rev. Dr. Wendy Ella May candidate for N.C. State House District 28
A proud US Army Veteran, Retired Emergency Service Member, 2nd Amendment supporter, Mom’s Demand Action Gun Smart Candidate, Certified Gun Instructor.