Our Political Action Committee firmly opposes the death penalty for capital crimes, emphasizing the sanctity of human life and the risk of wrongful convictions. We believe that the potential for even a small margin of error in convicting innocent individuals presents an unbearable ethical dilemma and a burden on the collective conscience of society.

This stance is rooted in the principle that the value of human life must be upheld, regardless of the nature of the crime committed. The possibility of executing an innocent person is seen as an unacceptable risk, undermining the integrity of the justice system and the moral values of society.

In line with this belief, we support initiatives like the Innocence Project, which works to exonerate wrongfully convicted individuals through DNA testing and reform the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice. Our support for the Innocence Project is not influenced by the demographics of those it helps but by the broader commitment to justice and the prevention of wrongful convictions.

We advocate for a justice system that is fair, equitable, and infallible in its respect for life and liberty. By opposing the death penalty and supporting efforts to rectify wrongful convictions, we aim to promote a more humane and just legal system that aligns with our values of sanctity of life and fairness.

Our goal is to foster a society where justice is served without the irreversible and severe consequence of capital punishment, ensuring that the rights and lives of all individuals, including those accused of crimes, are protected and valued.