By Dave Bauscher, Kentucky Right to Life PAC Chairman No one realistically thought Kentucky House Republicans — who hold 63 of the 100 seats — would lose their majority. But Democrats were hoping to make a dent in the GOP supermajority. By the end of Election Day, the state GOP had lost only two seats. …Continue reading "2018 mid-term wrap-up for Kentucky"
By Dave Andrusko This post won’t be long but I think it might be helpful. Rewire.com is a pro-abortion site whose pro-abortion militancy is matched only by the hysteria with which it treats pro-life legislation and pro-life office holders. They really ought to take a breath. There were a number of new pro-life Republican senators …Continue reading "Story makes clear why pro-abortionists so loathe those who protect the unborn and the “unalienable rights of conscience and religious freedom”"
By Dave Andrusko Like many people, for the last few months I spent a considerable amount of time analyzing and writing about what we thought might happen Tuesday night. Watching Fox News (which was surprisingly less-than-friendly to pro-life Republicans) and CNN (which at times must have surprised itself by actually coming close to acting responsibly …Continue reading "What’s being said about the 2018 elections, three days later"
By Dave Andrusko If ever a pro-lifer needed to know how important state Supreme Courts are, could just refer to Kansas. There the high court has sat on a case for a year which will determine whether a hither unknown “right” to abortion is lurking in the penumbra or emanations of the state Constitution. Alas, …Continue reading "Abortion and the importance of state Supreme Courts"
By Clay Waters Vanity Fair’s Joe Pompeo had an interesting take Monday on a web-based internet phenomenon that political “junkies” (to coin a phrase) are obsessed with: The New York Times election needle is back, after making a botched debut in 2016: “Certain Readers May Have a Nervous Reaction: The New York Times Election Needle …Continue reading "The NYT’s ‘Needle’ and the Damage Done: ‘People Crying in the Newsroom’ on Election Night 2016"
Florida Right to Life, (FRTL) the state’s oldest and largest single-issue organization is beyond thrilled about Tuesday’s victories for life. Governor Rick Scott took on long time pro-abortion incumbent Senator Bill Nelson and shocked the nation with his stunning victory. Nelson is extreme in his support for radical abortion procedures and opposed the confirmation …Continue reading "Florida Right to Life celebrates pro-life victories, and congratulates Senator-Elect Rick Scott and Governor-Elect Ron DeSantis"
By Texas Right to Life While Pro-Life Texans held the state House of Representatives and state Senate and won every statewide office, the November 6 election brought several brutal defeats. We rue the losses of Pro-Life stalwarts, state Senators Don Huffines and Konni Burton, and state Representative Matt Rinaldi, who all lost to abortion extremists. …Continue reading "Thank you – 2018 election Texas results"
By Dave Andrusko Let’s be clear, all pro-lifers wish we had increased the pro-life margin in the United States Senate even more and retained control of the House of Representatives. But that should not deflect our attention away from the bottom line. In the worst possible situation (see below), pro-lifers came away with at least …Continue reading "The 2018 Elections, The Day After"
By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation In spite of an incredibly challenging election year, pro-life candidates in Pennsylvania managed to achieve some key victories November 6th. Following the contentious election, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, buoyed by bipartisan support for the pro-life cause, retains its pro-life majority. Meanwhile, the Pennsylvania Senate also …Continue reading "Pro-lifers in Pennsylvania Achieve Key Victories, in spite of Damage Caused by Redistricting"
By Right to Life of Michigan Before we look at the results, thank you to the many prolife volunteers around the state who outdid themselves these last few weeks. Right to Life of Michigan and our many volunteers made more than 2,050,000 voter contacts in the general election campaign, and our election posts on social …Continue reading "Election 2018: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly in Michigan"
Pro-life Missourians delivered a win over well-funded abortion forces Tuesday by electing Attorney General Josh Hawley to the United States Senate. Hawley defeated entrenched incumbent Claire McCaskill in a decisive referendum on her voting record against the unborn, conservative judicial appointments and pro-life policies. “Senator-elect Josh Hawley is publicly committed to preserving the values of …Continue reading "Pro-Life Missourians Celebrate Election Victories"
By Mary Anne Buchanan It was an historic victory for the taxpayers of West Virginia and for unborn Mountaineers as Amendment 1 passed on election night 52-48%. After years of trying to right the wrong of the 1993 Panepinto decision, the voters had their say. The state constitution is restored to its abortion neutrality and the …Continue reading "Amendment One Passes in West Virginia in Historic Election"