Have you voted yet? Final reflections on the 2018 Midterm elections

By Dave Andrusko Like almost all of you, I voted this morning and, I’m guessing, like almost all of you, the lines at my polling station were long. Neither I nor anyone else can tell you who that benefits—pro-abortion Democrats or pro-life Republicans. (Tomorrow I will tell you why I believe they are a very …

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Vote today. The babies’ lives depend on it!

By Carol Tobias, President Tensions are high and emotions stretched thin. The entire country has been waiting for the results of the midterm elections. So very, very much is at stake. While many people have already voted, most will still vote Tuesday. It is an honor and a privilege as a citizen of this great …

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One day out from midterms, the reasons for optimism

By Dave Andrusko We’ll probably post some election-related material tomorrow, but because the results will come creeping in, today is likely when we’ll say the most. Just by way of notice, we have five other items we hope you read and pass along. But, before anything else, if you haven’t already voted, be sure to …

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3 days to go to midterm elections: what if the media narrative is all wrong?

By Dave Andrusko Every time polling guru Nate Silver — he who in 2016 told us repeatedly that Hillary Clinton’s election was a virtual lock — tells us that it’s all but certain Democrats will control the House after November 6, I feel better. So, with that said, what additionally can we add to our …

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Here’s why we should vote for pro-life candidates

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Health care. Education. Immigration. The environment. Gun policy. Abortion. Abortion is just one of numerous political issues that citizens may take into consideration when deciding how to vote. But abortion is actually very different from the others. Three factors together make the importance of abortion …

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Re-elect Chris Smith, a pro-life champion

By Rai Rojas Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ) is a pro-life champion. During his remarkable tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Smith has supported common-sense pro-life legislation – laws that enjoyed support from the majority of Americans. Congressman Smith has fought for the right of taxpayers not to be forced to pay for abortions. …

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Ted Cruz: the pro-life choice in Texas, Beto O’Rourke voted to allow late abortion after 20 weeks.

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Ted Cruz is pro-life. He opposes abortion on demand, and supports protection for unborn children. Ted Cruz voted for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, legislation to protect unborn children by prohibiting abortion at 20 weeks, when the unborn child can feel pain. Ted Cruz opposes …

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Montanans: Vote your pro-life values for Matt Rosendale Jon Tester voted to allow late abortion after 20 weeks.

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director Pro-life Montana Auditor Matt Rosendale (R) is challenging radical incumbent pro-abortion Senator Jon Tester (D) in one of the most competitive Senate races in 2018. The race is rated a tossup. We need all pro-life voters to give Matt Rosendale the edge. Matt Rosendale is pro-life. …

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5 days to go to midterm elections and what we are being told?

By Dave Andrusko The fact of the matter is, with a handful of exceptions, Republicans are the party of life, the Democrats the party of death. Control of the House and Senate, if it is going to remain under the stewardship of pro-lifers, will be because Republicans remain in the majority. With that truism in …

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State Rep Brian Elder: Profile in Cowardice

By Right to Life of Michigan Flashback: August 2, 2016. It was a great night for the Right to Life of Michigan Political Action Committee (RLM-PAC). It was primary election night, and RLM-PAC endorsed candidates won in 91.7 percent of their races. The greatest victory of the night was the lone head-to-head matchup between the …

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The stakes could not be higher in 2018

By Karen Cross, NRL Political Director Editor’s note. This speech was part of a Friday general session entitled, “Saving Lives Means Saving the House and Senate in 2018 Good morning! It is wonderful to be with you at the National RTL convention! Attending the National convention is like an annual family reunion. The theme of …

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Generic advantage Democratic candidates enjoy is down two-thirds since January

Margin shrunk to 4 points By Dave Andrusko A story in Wednesday’s Washington Post ran under the headline, “Abortion wars are heating up ahead of November midterms.”  I won’t have time to write directly about the ideas expressed there until tomorrow, but the gist fit nicely into our next story. On Wednesday we wrote about …

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