SAINT JOHN, N.B., January 12, 2006 ( –Â – Former Saint John Member of Parliament Elsie Wayne, announced, today, that Vote Marriage Canada endorses ten New Brunswick pro-marriage candidates in the federal election.

Said Elsie Wayne, “On behalf of Vote Marriage Canada, I am announcing our endorsement of the following New Brunswick candidates in the federal election:

Serge Savoie of Acadie-Bathurst
  Omer Leger of Beausejour
  Pat Lynch of Fredericton
  Rob Moore, M.P. of Fundy Royal
  Jean-Pierre Ouellet of Madawaska-Restigouche
  Michael Morrison of Miramichi
  Charles Doucet of Moncton-Riverview-Dieppe
  Greg Thompson, M.P. of New Brunswick Southwest
  John Wallace of Saint John
  Michael Allen of Tobique-Mactaquac.

Both Rob Moore and Greg Thompson voted against Bill C-38 and opposed the change in the legal definition of marriage in the last Parliament. Each candidate we endorse has taken a stand and given clear indication of supporting marriage as the legal union of one man and one woman in the next Parliament.”

The National pro-life organization Campaign Life Coalition urges Canadians to also check the stands of these candidates on the life issues. So far three are rated as pro-life, two have refused to answer abortion questions, four have still not responded to the CLC questionnaire and one is rated as pro-abortion.

See the Vote Marriage Canada website

  See The Campaign Life Coalition Election 2006 candidate evaluations atÂ