By Carol Tobias, President The Republican presidential primary is underway. The first GOP debate is over; the second one is scheduled for Wednesday, September 27. The first debate showed there is no singular answer as to how to handle abortion at the federal level. That shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Following the Dobbs v Jackson decision, many different …Continue reading "Focusing on What’s Important"
By Karen Cross, NRLC Political Director Editor’s note. This appears on Page One of the August digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please share this packed 40-page issue with your pro-life family and friends. With so much focus on the 2020 elections, it’s critically important that the 2019 elections don’t get overlooked. There …Continue reading "Don’t forget about the 2019 Elections!"
Pro-life Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith to face pro-abortion Mike Espy (D) in November 27 run-off election By Dave Andrusko With Democrats pulling out newly discovered votes like rabbits out of a hat, it’s not surprising that the November 6 midterm elections are still not decided. But there have been three major “official” pro-life victories in the …Continue reading "Pro-lifers Scott, DeSantis, and Kemp officially declared winners, Rep, Mia Love assumes narrow lead in Utah"
By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Pro-life Congressman Kevin Cramer (R) is challenging radical incumbent pro-abortion Senator Heidi Heitkamp (D) in one of the best pro-life pickup opportunities for Senate races in 2018. Kevin Cramer is pro-life. He opposes abortion on demand, and supports protection for unborn children. Kevin Cramer voted for …Continue reading "Vote pro-life: Kevin Cramer in North Dakota, Heidi Heitkamp voted to allow late abortion after 20 weeks."
By Right to Life of Michigan Editor’s note. Pro-abortion Democrat Gretchen Whitmer is running for governor of Michigan. The election is only days away. The candidates are working overtime in hopes of coming out on top on November 6th. Abortion is on the front of every voter, candidate and reporter’s mind, right? It’s the leading …Continue reading "Seven days out from mid-term elections: Abortion? Shhh… We Don’t Talk About That"
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: 29% of Voters recalled being contacted by National Right to Life Do you recall hearing or seeing any …Continue reading "National Right to Life’s advantage"
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 about me. It’s about the nearly 3,000 unborn children who will die a brutal death by abortion today. …Continue reading "The mid-term elections: It’s not about us, it’s about the 3,000 babies who will die by abortion today"
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, and vote by mail has increased. Today New Mexico joins eight other states which have already started early …Continue reading "Early voting for 2018 mid-term elections kicks into full swing"
Republican women more enthusiastic than Democrat women By Dave Andrusko Granted the obvious caveat—polling numbers will change multiple times between now and November 6—NPR reported Wednesday that “Just over a month away from critical elections across the country, the wide Democratic enthusiasm advantage that has defined the 2018 campaign up to this point has disappeared, …Continue reading "Enthusiasm about November elections now just as high among Republicans as Democrats"
By Dave Andrusko I’ve been fascinated by politics since I was in high school and first watched the Kennedy/Nixon debates. Out of the 50+ years of watching these machinations, among the primary lessons I learned is to take all polls with a grain of salt, a pound of salt if they don’t make intuitive sense. …Continue reading "Two new surveys show much closer 2018 elections"
By Carol Tobias, President Editor’s note. This President’s column appeared in the July edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to read the entire 41 page edition and pass the stories along to your pro-life friends and family. I’ve been thinking back to campaigns of many years ago — back to the …Continue reading "Elections are coming and we need to win!"
By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The 2018 primary election season continues in full swing. On May 15, primaries were held in Idaho, Nebraska, Oregon, and Pennsylvania to determine which candidates will run as the parties’ nominees on November 6. SENATE Nebraska and Pennsylvania are electing U.S. Senators this year. Pro-life incumbent …Continue reading "2018 Primary Elections Update: Idaho, Nebraska, Oregon and Pennsylvania"