Attorney General and GOP gubernatorial primary contender Daniel Cameron says he and his wife, Makenze, are “heartbroken” that a constitutional amendment stating there is no right to an abortion, or to fund an abortion was defeated on Tuesday.
Cameron, who is running to become the Republican gubernatorial nominee next year, has focused much of his early campaign around the abortion issue and moves he’s made in court to end abortions.
In a video posted online, Cameron said he would continue to stand up for pro-life values and would “continue that work in our office as well.”
The couple congratulated Republicans for their victories on Tuesday night, including state House Republicans who added five new members to their caucus bringing their supermajority to 80 members of the 100 in the lower chamber.
“Stay tuned, 2023 is going to be a exciting and big year,” he said.