Category Archives: Politics

2018 Primary Elections Update: Idaho, Nebraska, Oregon and Pennsylvania

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The 2018 primary election season continues in full swing. On May 15, primaries were held in Idaho, Nebraska, Oregon, and Pennsylvania to determine which candidates will run as

Democrats’ advantage in Generic Ballot smallest since day President Trump inaugurated

By Dave Andrusko Just a quick update in ongoing series on how the 2018 off-year elections are shaping up to be much better than our pro-abortion friends in the media have been telling us for months and

Pro-Life Victories in Pennsylvania primaries

By Maria Gallagher, PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The Keystone State’s closely-watched May 15th primaries resulted in pro-life victories at both the state and federal levels. Twenty-nine out of the 30 state House and Senate candidates endorsed

Pennsylvania Governor Wolf and the Issue of Life

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. This appeared in the May digital edition of National Right to Life News. Be sure to share individual stories and the entire issue with your friends and

2018 Primary Elections: Good news in Indiana, Ohio and West Virginia!

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The 2018 primary election season is in full swing. On May 8, primaries were held in Indiana, Ohio and West Virginia to determine which candidate will run as

CNN Reports Dramatic Narrowing of Party Midterm Elections Gap

By P.J. Gladnick CNN had a midterm elections message on Wednesday for its own Chris Cillizza: Don’t count your electoral chickens before they hatch. As recently as Tuesday, Cillizza was hailing that “all signs are pointing to

Mid-term prospects for pro-life candidates continue steady improvement

By Dave Andrusko A brief post to update you on something we’ve written about several times recently—the much better approval ratings for pro-life President Trump and the enhance 2018 prospects of the Republican party whose candidates are

Pro-life candidates fare well in West Virginia primaries

By West Virginians for Life The brightest light in the 2018 primary election returns Tuesday was the win of Attorney General Patrick Morrisey in the Republican primary for the United States Senate. West Virginians for Life Political

Mike DeWine Leads Slate of Pro-Life Victories in Ohio

Voters Choose Strong Pro-Life Candidates for Statewide and Legislative Races COLUMBUS, Ohio–Yesterday, 89% of Ohio Right to Life PAC endorsed candidates won their primary races. At the top of the ticket, Mike DeWine (R)won his race to

WATCH: Media Ask Planned Parenthood Prez If She’ll ‘Run for Office?

By Katie Yoder If the former president of Planned Parenthood wasn’t thinking of running for office, she is now – thanks to the media. April 30 marked the last day Cecile Richards served as president of America’s

AP, Other Outlets Push ‘Blue Wave’ Narrative After Yet Another Dem Special-Election Loss

By Tom Blumer At the Associated Press, Politico (“the latest evidence that Republicans face a punishing midterm environment”), USA Today (where Nancy Pelosi was reportedly “thrilled”), and elsewhere, the establishment press once again attempted to create “blue

Arizona 8 Special Election: Pro-life Debbie Lesko defeats Pro-Abortion Hiral Tipirneni

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director National Right to Life congratulates pro-life Congresswoman-elect Debbie Lesko (R) for her win Tuesday in Arizona’s eighth congressional district special election. Polling had the race in a dead