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Morton, Texas

Morton, Texas is located in Cochran County.


During Cochran County's 2016 Presidential Election 75.4% (679 residents) voted Republican, 21.1% 9190 residents) voted Democrat, and 3.6% (32 residents) voted for other candidates. 

 

During the 2018 Republican Party Primary, voters had the opportunity to vote on proposition #7. This proposition gave voters the chance to voice their opinion if they were "In Favor" or "Against" this following statement: " I believe abortion should be abolished in Texas." In Cochran County, out of 411 votes, 313 voted in favor of the idea of abolishing abortion in the state of Texas and 98 voted against the idea abolishing abortion in the state of Texas. 


The population of the city of Morton is 2,006.


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Morton Speaks Out!

Why Morton Residents Want To See Abortion Outlawed in Their City

“Babies have a right to be born.” - Cindy G.


“Stop murder.” - Edward R.


“Life is precious - especially that of innocent children. It’s argued that abortion is about fairness and rights. With abortion - three people are involved. The Mother, The Father and the child. There is no fairness when two of the three have no say.” - Rina R. 


“I believe, as the church, we need to be a voice for the innocent.” - Paul Z.


“I believe babies are a gift from God, life begins in conception and every baby has the right to live.” - Zayda G.

“I was supposed to have been aborted. But God didn’t allow it. I want to see lives saved not taken.” - Micah Z.


“It’s disgusting to kill babies.” - Makenzi Z. 


“I don’t believe we should be killing babies.” - Bobbie G. 


“It is murder.” - Elizabeth M.


“I am a Christian and babies are humans from conception.” - Mitzi J.


“Because it is murder.” - Hope Z.


“It shouldn’t be legal to kill babies.” - Faith Z.


“I believe life begins in conception, every child is a gift from God and every baby deserves the right to live.” - Andrew G.


“I almost aborted my oldest son when I was in college. I had made the appointment, and at that time I only had to drive a couple of hours to get it. I had a dream from God and the morning of my appointment I woke up and immediately knew I couldn’t go through with it. My son is now 12 years old and is such a gift. I still shudder to think what I would have stolen from the world had I went through with my plans. I want to see our city take a stand for the unborn because I know from experience the easier it is to get to, the easier it is to make that choice. And I do believe it is murder. It breaks my heart to think of who we have killed in this nation and what they would have done for God’s kingdom. I want to see my town stand for God’s word and truth. I believe it will bring blessing on our city when we align our city government with God’s will and take this bold stand.” - Lynna Z.