By Karen Cross, Political Director
We have one more opportunity to stand up for life in the face of an opposition that is dead set on instituting unlimited abortion nationwide and forcing every single American pay for it with their tax dollars.
In Georgia, football legend and businessman Herschel Walker (R) is facing off against pro-abortion Senator Raphael Warnock (D) in a Senate runoff election to be held on December 6th. In the November general election, Walker and Warnock finished within one point of each other. (Neither received more than 50% of the vote, which by Georgia law triggers a runoff election.)
National Right to Life has worked diligently to educate Georgia voters about the clear contrast between Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock on abortion. Walker opposes unlimited abortion, and he supports measures to protect unborn children and their mothers. He also opposes the use of tax dollars to pay for abortions. Conversely, Warnock supports a policy of unlimited abortion for any reason, even late in pregnancy, and he has voted to use your tax dollars to pay for abortions.
Pro-abortion Senator Raphael Warnock is a key vote that President Joe Biden and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer need to advance their radical pro-abortion agenda in the Senate.
Despite the millions of dollars that Warnock and his pro-abortion allies have spent on attacking Herschel Walker, polling on the race has the candidates virtually tied or within the margin of error. Walker is holding strong and remains in a position to win this race. If you live in Georgia, your vote will determine the outcome of this election. Your vote will also determine the dynamics of the U.S. Senate heading into the 118th Congress.
We cannot let Warnock return to Washington and vote once again for legislation that would enshrine unlimited abortion in federal law and strike down state-level protections for unborn children and their mothers. We cannot let Warnock cast another vote for policies that force American taxpayers to fund abortions.
Georgians, make your voice heard on December 6th!