Janet Porter Biography
Janet L. Folger Porter popularly known as Janet Porter was born on 13 October 1962. She is an American activist, the founder, and president of Faith 2 Action.
Janet Porter Age
She was born on 13 October 1962 and is currently 56 years old as of 2019.
Janet Porter Nationality
She was born in America and therefore is of American nationality.
Janet Porter Weight/Height
Janet’s weight is yet to be confirmed and will be updated as soon as possible. Potter’s height is not yet known and it will be confirmed soon.
Janet Porter Early Life
She founded now-defunct website ReganBook and the conservative Christian ministry Faith2Action in 2003. She is known for her anti-abortion and anti-LGBT activism. The Southern Poverty Law Centre designated Faith2Action a hate group for its anti-LGBT stance in 2018.
Janet Porter Spouse
She is married to David Porter. On June 29, 2008, David got down on one knee and asked Janet to marry him after patiently waiting for too long.
Janet Porter Career
She served as a spokesperson for Roy Moore in his campaign for the United States Senate special election in Alabama, 2017. She drew media attention for repeatedly refusing to answer direct questions about the candidate’s publicly stated beliefs.
Janet Porter Net Worth
Her net worth as of 2019 is yet to be confirmed and will be updated soon.
Janet Porter Occupation
She is a conservative activist known for her anti-abortion and anti-LGBT activism and a radio personality.
Janet Porter Authorship
She is an author of several books published by Random House, including True to Life and The Criminalization of Christianity. Since 2007, she has published a column for WorldNetDaily in which she has promoted conspiracy theories about Barack Obama, including that he is not a U.S. citizen.
Janet Porter Show
Before it was canceled in 2010, she previously hosted a radio show, also called Faith2Action. The show’s parent company, VCY America, said it canceled the show. Porter had expressed views too similar to dominion theology as its host. She posted a blog post denying that she supported dominion theology the following week.
Janet Porter Political Candidacy
She ran unsuccessfully against Larry Obhof in the Republican primary for the Ohio Senate’s 22nd district in 2016. Being a candidate, she criticized her Republican opponents for not supporting her heartbeat abortion bills.
She was supported by Mike Huckabee during her campaign for Obhof’s Senate seat. Huckabee announced that he was supporting Porter because she would fight for faith, family and for freedom in a February 2016 video.
Janet Porter Anti-abortion activism
Porter’s attempt to get fetal heartbeat bills passed in American state legislatures has led to her being described as the godmother of the heartbeat movement. Janet became the legislative director for Ohio Right to Life for nine years.
She served in office as the national director of the Center for Reclaiming America from September 1997 to 2002. She joined the Center, she wanted to focus on more issues than just abortion. Porter led a campaign promoting the idea that homosexuality is an individual choice at the Center.
She materialized the original Ohio Heartbeat Bill who introduced the first version of it in Ohio in 2011. She then recommended for its passing. Prior to its passing, former Governor John Kasich then vetoed it twice.
She played testimony from a fetus in legislative hearings on the bill, by projecting an ultrasound image onto a screen and showing it to legislators back then in 2011.
Her Twitter account is private and protected. You can follow this link to find her tweets;