Tag Archives: Thom Tillis

Early voting begins in North Carolina today, Senate race extremely close between Tillis and Hagan

  By Andrew Bair Early voting kicked off today in North Carolina, the site of one of the nation’s most competitive U.S. Senate races. In the Tar Heel State, there is a clear contrast between the Senate

Pro-abortion groups pour in money to prop up Hagan

  2nd in a series of e-blasts highlighting the key U.S. Senate races the National Right to Life Victory Fund is working to win to gain pro-life control of the U.S. Senate. It’s incredibly close! The fight

On the ground in NC: Voters reject Obama-Hagan abortion agenda

  By Andrew Bair The polls are all over the place in North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race. The latest NYT/CBS/YouGov poll has pro-life Thom Tillis, Republican Speaker of the North Carolina House, up two points over incumbent

North Carolina Right to Life Proudly Endorses Thom Tillis for U.S. Senate

  GREENSBORO, NC – North Carolina Right to Life, the state’s oldest and largest single issue pro-life organization, proudly endorses North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis for the U.S. Senate. With its endorsement, North Carolina Right to

New Poll: Hagan Abortion Position out of Touch with Voters

  Thom Tillis’ pro-life stance is an asset in general election WASHINGTON – A new poll conducted by The Polling Company/WomanTrend for National Right to Life indicates that pro-abortion Sen. Kay Hagan’s abortion position is out of

NRL Endorses House Speaker Thom Tillis, early voting in North Carolina has begun

  By Andrew Bair Early voting has begun in the North Carolina primary election. Pro-abortion Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) is facing dismal approval numbers with recent polling showing only one-third of North Carolinians look favorably upon her

National Right to Life: Elect Thom Tillis to the U.S. Senate

  Tillis is “the best candidate to defeat pro-abortion Kay Hagan” in November WASHINGTON – National Right to Life, the nation’s oldest and largest pro-life organization, today endorsed North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis in both the