Latest poll show Youngkin and McAuliffe tied

By Olivia Gans Turner

Election Day is only 11 days away. Yesterday a Monmouth University poll showed pro-life Glenn Youngkin and pro-abortion Terry McAuliffe deadlocked at 46 percent each.

Pro-abortion forces are pulling out all the stops to turn out their pro-abortion voters. According to US News and World Report, “NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia, another abortion rights group, tweeted that it is still looking for people to knock on doors prior to Election Day — and paying canvassers $25 per hour.”

Terry McAuliffe is running to be the “abortion governor”.

At a recent campaign event with advocates for the largest abortion provider chain in the country, McAuliffe said:

“Women, everybody needs to understand how important this issue is. It is dangerous for women if we were to outlaw abortions.”

I am sure you have seen his campaign ads promoting abortion.

He wants to enact the Right-to-Abortion Amendment to the Virginia Constitution which is so extreme it would allow partial-birth abortions and eliminate Virginia’s Parental Consent law.

McAuliffe even held a campaign event at an abortion clinic a few weeks ago.

Glenn Youngkin has repeatedly said he is strongly pro-life and that he supports passing legislation such as the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.

VSHL PAC is also focused on turning out voters for the other two statewide races—Lt. Governor and Attorney General– and key races for the House of Delegates. Pro-lifers only need to pick up six seats to gain control of the House of Delegates.

And this effort is very important.

Which is why I am asking you today to volunteer to help VSHL make calls to pro-life voters.

VSHL PAC also has a targeted advertising campaign designed to reach pro-life voters who don’t always vote in off-year elections. The advertising campaign includes:

  • Video Ads
  • Radio Ads
  • Digital Ads
  • Social Media
  • Phone Calls
  • Pro-Life Voter Guide on the VSHL PAC Website

Let me close with this report from Politico:

McAuliffe continues to be hindered by an enthusiasm gap for Democrats in the state. Significantly more Republicans (49 percent) say they are more enthusiastic about this election compared to past gubernatorial elections than Democrats who say the same (26 percent). It is tighter when asked how motivated voters are to cast their ballots: 79 percent of Republicans say very motivated, while 72 percent of Democrats say the same.

I pray that you are just as enthusiastic about Glenn Youngkin as I am.