Ohio Right to Life PAC Endorses Chip Miller For Hamilton CountyJudge

Ohio Right to Life PAC Endorses Chip Miller For Hamilton County Judge

Hamilton County Judicial Race Significant to the Pro-Life Community

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                            CONTACT: Mike Gonidakis

DATE: Wednesday, March 19, 2014                                                 PHONE: (614) 565-5522 

COLUMBUS, Ohio— Today, the Ohio Right to Life PAC endorsed pro-life attorney Charles “Chip” Miller for judge of the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas. Mr. Miller, a partner with KMK Law, has been a friend and advocate to Ohio’s pro-life community.

Charles “Chip” Miller

The Ohio Right to Life PAC does not typically engage in local elections, but this judicial race is of particular importance to the pro-life community at large. Miller is seeking the judgeship currently held by incumbent Judge Jerome Metz. Metz recently allowed Martin Haskell’s abortion clinic in Sharonville to remain open during appeal despite the clinic’s ongoing illegal operation without a transfer agreement.

“We know Mr. Miller and we have found that his regard for innocent life and for the unborn is unquestionable. If you are a pro-life voter in Hamilton County, the choice is crystal clear in this race,” said Kayla Smith, spokesperson for the Ohio Right to Life PAC. “Judge Metz’s recent unfortunate opinion has led to one of the largest abortion mills in Ohio to remain open for business while operating illegally.”

In contrast to Judge Metz’s activism for Haskell’s abortion clinic, Miller served as counsel against Planned Parenthood in 2009 in Roe v. Planned Parenthood. Miller represented parents whose consent to an abortion on a minor was falsified.

“We are proud to endorse Chip Miller for this important seat in Hamilton County,” said Smith. “We know Mr. Miller will stand firmly and uphold Ohio law for the common welfare of Southwestern Ohio’s women and children.”

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To learn more about Ohio Right to Life please visit our website at www.ohiolife.org.

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