well, many anti-choice people equate with anything that prevents conception as "abortion". which is mildly amusing sincen that would also include their god. But they are generally too ignorant and hypocritical to admit this.
As far as I can see, the current GOP candidates are anti-life since they are not concerned with a child once they are born, unless of course they grow up to be a GOP voter. They do not advocate food programs, education, etc. They only care about a fetus before it clears the vaginal opening. IMO, it is not a pro-child stance at all, it is only a theocratic stance, where anything that the Christians want is more important than the thoughts and feelings of a woman and where control and obediance is the most important thing.
One of the few things that give me some consolation is that if there is a theocracy in the US, it'll be torn apart by sectarian conflict within six months, as each Christian decides that those "others" aren't Christian "enough" and they become jealous of power.