Category Archives: Politics

National Right to Life Congratulates Pro-life Gianforte for Victory in Montana

Third consecutive pro-life win in 2017 elections WASHINGTON – National Right to Life congratulates pro-life Republican Greg Gianforte for his solid win against pro-abortion Democrat Rob Quist in yesterday’s special election in Montana. Gianforte will replace pro-life Rep. Ryan Zinke,

Montanans: please vote tomorrow for Greg Gianforte!

On Thursday, May 25, please help us continue to pass pro-life laws and save babies’ lives by voting to send Greg Gianforte to Congress in Montana’s special election. National Right to Life has endorsed Greg Gianforte, who is pro-life and

Ossoff ad distorts Karen Handel’s pro-life position in Georgia 6 runoff

WASHINGTON – In an attempt to thwart pro-life Karen Handel’s election in Georgia’s 6th congressional district runoff on June 20, pro-abortion Democrat Jon Ossoff distorted Handel’s position on government funding of Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider. Ossoff is

Georgia 6 special election, Omaha Mayoral election: Shaping the political narrative for 2018?

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The special election to replace pro-life Rep. Tom Price (R) in Georgia’s 6th congressional district is being lauded by many as a bellwether race for the 2018 elections. Eighteen candidates vied

Pro-abortion EMILY’s List official new CEO for Democratic National Committee

Jess O'Connell

By Dave Andrusko You might call it the multiplier effect in reverse or doubling down on disaster. Instead of a small amount of input creating a much larger increase in output, Democrats are working to hollow out the party by

Pro-life victory in Omaha

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Omaha Mayoral Election Demonstrates Continued Problem Democrats Have With Pro-Abortion Stand WASHINGTON – Yesterday’s mayoral election in Omaha won by pro-life Republican Jean Stothert highlighted the problem Democrats have that will continue to cause them to lose elections across the

South Carolina special primary yields no winner, runoff on May 16

South Carolina Speaker Pro Tempore Tommy Pope

Two other Special Elections upcoming By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director A special primary election was held in South Carolina’s fifth congressional district yesterday to replace pro-life Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R), now the director of the Office

Pelosi and the pretence that there is room for pro-lifers in the Democratic Party

By Dave Andrusko It is unfair on many grounds to expect pro-abortion House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Ca.) to offer a cogent, or even coherent, explanation of her position on abortion. She’s been at this a long time, so when

Sen. Joe Donnelly’s Silence on abortion legacy award

Sen. Joe Donnelly

Editor’s note. This comes from Indiana Right to Life, NRLC’s state affiliate. Yesterday we called upon Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly, a Catholic Democrat from South Bend, to publicly denounce the Indiana Democratic Party’s honoring of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and

One pro-life win down, three to go in upcoming Special Elections

Former Secretary of State Karen Handel with Karen Cross, political director of National Right to Life

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Yesterday we celebrated National Right to Life’s meeting with pro-life Congressman Ron Estes (R-Kansas), who just won a special election to fill the seat of pro-life Rep. Mike Pompeo, President Trump’s

National Right to Life congratulates Ron Estes for special election win in Kansas

Leaders from National Right to Life and pro-life Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kansas) congratulated newly elected Congressman Ron Estes (R). Pictured (L-R): Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director; Senator Pat Roberts; Congressman Ron Estes, Dr. David O'Steen, National Right to Life executive director; and Jennifer Popik, National Right to Life legislative director.

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Leaders from National Right to Life were pleased to meet with and congratulate newly elected pro-life Congressman Ron Estes (R-Kansas) at a reception in his office on the day he was

Follow up thoughts on the exclusion of pro-lifers from the Democratic Party

By Dave Andrusko So what’s different about DNC chairman Tom Perez’s fiery declaration that there is no room for a pro-life candidate in the Democratic Party? Hasn’t the party been, at best, non-supportive of pro-life candidates, and, at worst (and