Category Archives: Politics

17 days to go until midterm elections: what do we know?

By Dave Andrusko As we are just over two weeks out from the most pivotal midterm elections in my memory, something attributed to Ben Franklin comes to mind: “We are all born ignorant, but one must work

Panicky Morning Joe Frets Over Possibility of Beto Losing, GOP Keeping the House

By Mark Finkelstein Morning Joe’s word of the day was “message”—and the Democrats’ lack of one with the elections only 18 days away. Mika Brzezinski led the panicky charge, warning Dems that not only could they fail

2018 Elections: Here’s how you can know where candidates stand on Abortion

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The November 6 general election is rapidly approaching. Early voting has already begun in many states. Do you know where your candidates for federal office and the governor’s

‘Clear difference’ between Jim Hagedorn and Dan Feehan in Minnesota’s 1st Congressional District race

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life U.S. Rep. Tim Walz is leaving Congress to run for governor. Jim Hagedorn and Dan Feehan are now seeking to fill his seat representing Minnesota’s 1st Congressional

National Right to Life’s advantage

  Generally speaking, did the abortion issue affect the way you voted in today’s election? Yes — 49% Voted for pro-life candidate — 31% Voted for pro-abortion candidate — 18% Advantage for pro-life candidates 13% 2016 Elections:

20 days to go. WaPo says Republicans increasingly motivated to vote November 6

By Dave Andrusko Picking up where we left off Tuesday, let’s see what more discerning questions tell us about who has not only been truly galvanized by events of the last couple of months to vote in

Gretchen Whitmer, Where Are the Cures You Promised from embryonic stem cell research?

Editor’s note. This comes from Right to Life of Michigan. Ms. Whitmer is the Democrats’ pro-abortion gubernatorial candidate. During the gubernatorial debate on Friday, October 12, Gretchen Whitmer brought up her role of leading “Cure Michigan” in

Congressional candidates Pete Stauber and Joe Radinovich stake out sharply different positions on the right to life

By Paul Stark U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan, who represents Minnesota’s 8th District (a large area that encompasses northeastern Minnesota) in Congress, will retire at the end of the current term. The election to fill his seat on

The mid-term elections: It’s not about us, it’s about the 3,000 babies who will die by abortion today

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director With just 26 days before the November 6 midterm elections. I’m going to say something some may find shocking. It’s not about you. No. And it’s definitely not

Pro-abort Democrat laments Latino support for President Trump

By Dave Andrusko 26 days until the 2018 mid-term elections. We know that pro-life control of the House and the Senate could both be at risk. But pro-lifers don’t need that dire possibility to focus our attention.

Early voting for 2018 mid-term elections kicks into full swing

By Dave Andrusko Over the past decade the percentage of voters who cast their ballots at a polling place on Election Day has declined steadily even as the number of states offering early voting, no-excuse absentee voting,

Democrat gubernatorial candidate Newsom doubles-down on Abortion

Would create the nation’s greatest expansion of the abortion industry By California Pro-Life Council In a revealing move to the left of even Jerry Brown, Democrat gubernatorial-candidate Gavin Newsom yesterday announced his avid support for a measure