Glad you're here. Please take a look at the Welcome Page, where you will find the purpose of this website stated in two posts, when it was launched in September of 2006:
1) To inform pro-lifers in Washington State of where the candidates stand on the pro-life issues, early enough in the campaign season, that you aren't duped into supporting the establishment's choice, rather than letting them hear from you who your choice is in the primary and 2) To make the case to the Republican Party as a whole, that we must stand up for the unalienable Right to Life because it is a winning issue when presented correctly, but most of all, because it is the right thing to do!
Life of the Party, since its launching, has existed through one full even year political season, when we elect legislative and executive offices for state and federal level and announced a statewide list of endorsements based on objective criteria: their stated support of the protection of the Right to Life, from conception to natural death, without discrimination of any kind (such as rape, incest, life or health of the mother, the percieved need to destroy a human life for cells to cure another's disease, etc.). Any interested Republican who does not see their favorite candidate(s) listed on the endorsement list, should know that either a) the candidate chose not to answer the survey of Human Life of WA or the RNC for Life or b) they answered the survey and did not meet the objective criteria for a Life of the Party endorsement.
As the author of this blog, I reserve the right to make this material public for all of WA voters and interested readers from outside of WA as well, particularly for pro-life Republicans and pro-lifers in general, to make informed choices. At times, there may be candidates that I personally support that fall slightly short of an endorsement here, based on my close discernment and evaluation of the candidate to be trustworthy and their openness to consider the points I make here, as well as their position on other important issues. An endorsement from Life of the Party is not automatic for all Republican candidates, no matter how popular they may be among Republican leaders and their followers or the media.