Anuzis, Collins, and Priebus Talk Social Conservatism

Politico’s Andy Barr reports:

Wisconsin Republican Chairman Reince Priebus, Michigan National Committeeman Saul Anuzis and former RNC political director Gentry Collins each sat for interviews via skype with SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser and National Organization for Marriage Chairwoman Maggie Gallagher. . . . 

All three of the candidates who were interviewed vowed to support anti-abortion causes as well as socially conservative candidates, as chairman of the RNC.

“I believe, absolutely, that life begins at the moments of conception,” Priebus declared during his conversation with the two social conservative leaders. “It’s a core principle of mine.” . . .

Collins used the question to pivot to his criticism of Steele, arguing that a stronger RNC will be better able to support anti-abortion candidates. And Anuzis pointed to his past support of anti-abortion groups during his time as chairman of the Michigan Republican Party. 

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