Re-elect Dr. Shelley Sekula-Gibbs to Woodlands Township Board Position 5

Dr. Shelley Sekula-Gibbs has faithfully served The Woodlands Township as a board member since 2019. As she seeks re-election to her position, it is more important than ever that she retains her position to stand against new anti-Life attacks.

Dr. Sekula-Gibbs’s Pro-Life record and convictions make her uniquely qualified for the job. She represented Texas’ 22nd congressional district from 2006 to 2007. During her time in Congress, she voted in favor of the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act of 2006, a bill which would have required abortionists to inform mothers seeking abortion after 20 weeks’ gestation that their child can feel pain and that they can request anesthetics for the child. Though the bill was supported by a majority of the House members, including 40 Democrats, it failed on a procedural vote that required two-thirds support.

Despite being a newcomer to the House, Dr. Sekula-Gibbs bravely stood before her colleagues on the House floor and spoke in favor of the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act. She explained that she would “rather be voting to ban abortions” but that the bill was a step in the right direction. She said that the bill was really about informed consent, something she felt was greatly important as a physician.

It was that very experience as a physician that compelled Dr. Sekula-Gibbs to not just recognize the sanctity of Life, but to actively join the fight to protect innocent Life from abortion. She stated that her change of heart came when she “learned a lot more about what goes on with those powerful ultrasounds that people are now offering for women so they can actually see inside the womb and know that life begins at conception and not just whenever it was deemed viable.”

Dr. Sekula-Gibbs’ experience as a Houston City Council member, a Congresswoman, and a two-term member of the Woodlands Township Board make her more than qualified for the job. She is a proven leader, in the Pro-Life movement and beyond. Re-elect Dr. Sekula-Gibbs to the Woodlands Township Board, Position 5!

Early voting begins October 23 and ends on November 3. Election Day is November 7.

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