Prolife Voters Needed

Our nation has a long history of voters who go to the polls to vote for a candidate or against another candidate based on a single issue. From the abolition of slavery to civil rights for African-Americans and women, people have voted their principles and have made a difference for the better. This kind of voting is not new and is not something unique to only a few voters. In fact, single issue voting is critical, especially for the unborn.

As the primary election approaches, it is crucial that all take the privilege and responsibility of voting seriously. We have an opportunity to elect men and women who will take a stand for the most vulnerable members of the human family, unborn children, those experiencing a disability and people who are facing the end of life.

All human life has value and to make this a reality in the United States and in Michigan, we need to vote at all levels of government for candidates who are prolife. We need to be proud of our single issue voting. We need to share with others our selfless, focused approach to this critical issue of life.

Absentee Voter Ballot Application available here

If you are 60 years old or older, unable to vote without assistance at the polls, expecting to be out of town on election day, in jail awaiting arraignment or trial, unable to attend the polls due to religious reasons, or appointed to work as an election inspector in a precinct outside of your precinct of residence, you qualify to vote by absentee ballot.

Visit www.rtl.org, for an application form. If you have questions regarding local candidates, please contact a Right to Life of Michigan office: State Central in Grand Rapids, 616/532-2300; Ann Arbor, 734/930-7474; Macomb County, 586/774-6050; Lansing, 517/487-3376; Oakland County, 248/553-8800; and Wayne County, 734/282-6100. In addition, endorsement information is available at www.rtl.org..

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